It is a matter of great pleasure to inform you that this is my 5,000th post. From 4th November 2006, I have come a long way. In my uninterrupted journey in Citehr Express, I saw so many stations; I had so many fellow travellers. The travel exposed me to the newer and newer dimentions of the HR world.
Membership of Citehr came handy to me dually. Majorly, I could offer my advices to the upcoming HR/Training professionals. There are large numbers of HR/Training professionals, who work without guidance of their senior HR. It was great pleasure to offer suggestions or advices to these needy members. While doing so, I did not pull my punches but ensured that I did not use these members as punching bags. Many times, rather than offering solution, I asked more questions. Answers lay in my critical questions.
Upshot of my membership of Citehr was that it helped me in promoting my business. However, what gratifies to me is that I have given to this forum far more than what I have taken. It is sad to note that that few service providers, especially training companies or training professionals, use this forum only to promote their business. Possibly keeping in closet pearls of wisdom could be definition of their leadership. Be as it may!
To complete 5,000 posts it took me almost seven and half years. Had I started downloading something from some website and started uploading it here, I would have attained this landmark long ago. However, I did not believe in this postman-ship. I did not consider number of posts on Citehr as my target.
The credit for creating this forum goes to Mr Siddhartha Roy (Sid). What makes this forum to tick? I am nursing this curiosity forever. This forum derives its vibrancy from the quality replies from the senior members like Mr Narasimhan, Saswata Banerjee, Nathrao, Bhaskar S, Adv Sushil Luthra, Harsh Kumar Mehta, Sateesh TS and so on. My kudos to them!
My 5,000 posts have given me complete sense of fulfilment. I wish all of you to have similar fulfilment. While striving to make HR world better, I wish Citehr goes on forever.
Hi Mr. Dinesh
Congrats. It is really great to have lovely & long journey in this blog. Even I use to find many of your postings & its really great to be in touch. Keep going & let your postings help for all of our fraternity
From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr. Dinesh.
Greetings. Please accept our Heartiest Congratulations on achieving the Milestone of 5000+ posts benchmark. Your long journey since Nov 2006 to till date, in guiding the young and aspiring HR fraternities are really praiseworthy.
Whenever I get demotivated, I get energy from Mr. Nashbramhall, Mr. Samvedan, Mr. AV Srinivasan, and other senior members like you and the youngsters like Mr. Anil Arora, Mr. Saswata Banerjee, Mr. Keshav Kargaonkar, Ms. (Cite Contribution) Majumdar and other HR Team members.
We are inneed of your support and guidance forever and please guide us as usual Mr. Dinesh Divekar.
From India, Kumbakonam
Dear Mr. Dinesh
Your articles, suggestions and posts have enriched citehr.
Through your wisdom, you have created a wonderful world of knowledge for all the fellow members.
Wishing you on your achievement.
Looking forward to more of your enriching posts.
From India, Delhi
Truly an incredible feat!! Well done! You are most definitely underestimating the value you have created here, because there are going to be hundreds of thousands of young professionals who will read through these same posts and learn over many generations. I also hope all these accumulated posts will bring you a lot more business as many of them will be viewed multiple times by many thousand users over the course of the years to come. The new developments should help in that direction.
Congratulations!! Here's to 50000 more from you!
From India, Gurgaon
Many heartiest Congratulations to you. It is not the numbers but extent of knowledge you imparted to mankind which always remain scribed in hearts and minds of everyone. A great service to mankind you have rendered whereby many who would have led astray but for your humble advice in these posts. Looking for another 50000 plus vibrant posts from your hands.
Thanks and regards
From India, New Delhi
Dear friends and seniors, Thanks for your congratulatory messages. Few members have sent me private message to congratulate me. Your encouragement is my motivation. Thanks, Dinesh Divekar
From India, Bangalore
Congrats. I have learnt a lot abut HR from the valuable posts of Shri Dinesh.. Looking forward for many more informative and educative posts.
From India, Pune
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