Arthi Rabikrisson is a dynamic young woman who has worked and achieved success in corporate South Africa for the past 13 years. Her role and expertise has been within the financial sector where she was a sell side equity research analyst for many years before opting to move into a more client-centric business development role.
Arthi is an academic achiever, attaining her Bachelor of Business Science qualification in Economics from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Durban, South Africa. Some 9 years thereafter, she graduated with her MBA (dissertation with distinction) from Henley Business School. Since then her passion for coaching has allowed her to fulfil her desire to qualify as a certified coach and learn intricate neuro-linguistic programming techniques which assist her in her coaching practice. She also gained these qualifications from Henley Business School.
Arthi resides in Johannesburg, South Africa with her spouse. This book is her first published work. She will progress with further titles in this series over the coming years.
When did you first start writing?
Well, this is my first published book. But my love for writing began in primary school. I had a vivid imagination and used to love essay writing. My mum and dad fuelled that creativity by ensuring I had enough reading material on hand with which to generate my own stories.
Who are your favorite authors?
There are so many but my long favoured is Tolkien, in his ability to create magical worlds through his words.Someday, when I write a fictional work, I hope to be as vivid he was.
This book aims to enable you to work through the difficulty of a traumatic event of being fired from the workplace. It is a concise way for you to take control back, by facing the challenge and opportunity this event presents, head on. The book is structured with space for you to reflect and think, react and become emotional, engage and discover. Find your inspiration (prerna). All the best!