All posts by Rohini Wwagh

About Rohini Wwagh

VP and Head HR

  • Org Development
  • Business Strategy
Rohini focuses on HR strategy, talent management, performance enhancement, and corporate social responsibility at Nitor. She offers guidance on career development and psychological counselling. She has over 15 years of HR Management experience in large corporations in India and the Middle East. Her team conducts a program “Udaan” to unearth hidden talents. It focuses on multi-faceted personality development and streamlines giving back to society through social engagements. Prior to Nitor, Rohini worked with Kirloskar Brothers, a fortune 100 company in India.

Creating Nitopia

Do you remember Judy Hopps? Yes, the bunny cop in Zootopia, a strong-willed, self-motivated, and endlessly optimistic rabbit. Judy believes the world is a great place and she can help to make it even better. Even in the most difficult times faced by Zootopia and its future, Judy never loses focus, and through strong self-belief and positivity, works towards […]

When Calls the Heart

Does this title ring a bell? Yes, I am referring to the popular Netflix web-series,” When calls the heart”. Elizabeth Thatcher, daughter of a rich business tycoon leaves her cosy life in the city full of comfort to follow her heart’s calling, and moves miles away to a tiny town ‘Coal Valley’ as a school […]

Respect and Care-Embark Upon A Journey to Holistic Wellness

I have been reflecting on the bygone year, as we are well into the new year 2021. Last year this time, in the first few months of 2020, none of us in our wildest of dreams imagined what is in store for us. A small virus appears out of nowhere and gains so much strength that […]

Inculcating Values, Creating the Foundation of Our Being

VALUES- THE FOUNDATION As a kid, I distinctly remember being reprimanded for tiny mistakes like scooping into the Bournvita jar when mom was asleep (back then I thought it was quite tiny). Elders, I believed, simply over-reacted, while another instance of getting rewarded for running behind a pedestrian and returning his ten-rupee note that he unknowingly […]