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Thursday, July 28, 2016

[Recap] Enhancing the Harley-Davidson Mission

On a recent Called to Coach, we spoke with Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Prabha Karhana.








Prabha Karhana is the HR Business Partner for Harley-Davidson in India. Harley Davidson has three concepts they focus on with their employees: knowing, believing and growing. They use CliftonStrengths to enhance those concepts and to help their employees become more aware of what they do best. They have found that the more insightful their employees are about their individual strengths and the strengths of their team members, the more engaged they are in their jobs. They have also seen that the more engaged their employees are, the more engaged customers they create. As a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Prabha is able to teach teams how to function better together and help employees to become better versions of themselves. 

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Prabha Karhana is the HR Business Partner at Harley-Davidson India. She has well-rounded experience in Human Resource Practice across sectors like FMCG, IT Services, Engineering and Automotive. This experience is diverse not only in terms the core area of business but more importantly varied in terms of size of operations, internal work organization and related priorities. Her experience covers working in all spheres of HR practice and includes Business Hiring, Driving Organizational Effectiveness, Talent Acquisition and Retention, Change Management, Compensation & Benefits and coaching. Her role also involve working in environments  under matrix structures and handling multinational cultural sensitivities where strength-based coaching experience serves as an added advantage. 

Prabha's Top 5 Strengths are: Strategic, Maximizer, Relator, Achiever and Responsibility

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