TOSB has been shaped by the values of openness, optimism and being outstanding in everything we do. For our team, these aren’t just words but the spark that lights up our work, every single day. It’s what sets us apart in our interactions and approach – being open to new ideas, optimistic in the face of rising pessimism, and striving for the outstanding, always.
We are in the business of conversations. And we understand that no dialogue, no learning is possible without the foundation of an open mind. Our work relies on openness – from transparency in all we do to adaptability in how we do it.
In a world where pessimism has become the new norm, TOSB’s approach is one of thoughtful optimism. We believe we are problem solvers, above all else. Because ultimately, it is both new ideas and challenging perspectives that will shape a better world.
Our passion lies in seeking the outstanding, even in the most unlikely places! We find the spark that elevates the ordinary to the remarkable – be it a disruptive idea, an untold story, an opposing view, or a fresh outlook.
In conversation with TOSB speakers Deepa Malik, Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee and Shruti Swaroop for International Women’s Day 2020. TOSB’s exciting TweetChat with our leading women speakers offered some interesting takeaways on why individual action is important and what each of us can do in our own capacity to be #EachForEqual.Read More
I am not necessarily an art connoisseur, but a Rembrandt caught my eye. It is a portrait of “a Caucasian male with facial hair, between the ages of 30 and 40, wearing black clothes with a white collar and a hat, facing to the right”; it can be found on nextrembrandt.com. It is exquisite, a typical painting by the great Dutch Master, with his unique interplay of light and shadow and a liberal use of paint on canvas, in what is called the impasto technique. The only problem is that it was not painted by Rembrandt.Read More
It is an irony that in our country where the woman is called “Devi” or “Shakti”, the male to female ratio is skewed. For every 1000 men there are 930 women. Only 65% women in India are literate compared to 85% men. In every sector – be it government jobs, private sector, sports etc. – there is gender inequality. A birth of a girl is still considered a stigma in many parts of our country.Read More
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