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“We should never become complacent about what we have achieved in the past. Businesses that become laid back from past accomplishments become footnotes in a history book.
“I would like the story of Reliance to be told in this book which has no final chapter and which is continually updated with records of bolder initiatives and brighter successes and where successive generations create value greater societal development and are contributing to India’s growth, ”Ambani says.
“This is the only way for the leaders of today and tomorrow to earn the right to call themselves the true heirs of the legacy of
“We must continually review, iterate, reiterate and communicate the common philosophy of ‘WE CARE’ which guides and inspires Reliance,” Ambani said on the second imperative.
“This common goal creates a shared identity for every old and new member of the Reliance Family. It strengthens their sense of belonging and their sense of pride in working for one of the largest companies in the world,” he added. .
Ambani added that Covid has taught important lessons.
“The first lesson is health first. Covid has made us all more health and fitness conscious. Health is a real wealth.
“We have now started to realize it more acutely than ever before,” he added.
The second lesson is safety first, he said. “The pandemic has taught us that everyone’s safety is inseparably linked to everyone’s safety. In other words, no one is completely safe in this world unless we are all fully immunized with effective vaccines.” , Ambani said.
The third lesson, Ambani said, is family first. “At Reliance, our families are the greatest sources of our strength for all of us.
“During the pandemic, working from home has allowed all of us to spend more quality time with our children, spouses and parents.
“In the future, technology will provide even more exciting ways of hybrid and virtual work,” Ambani said.
“Which means that we can work more efficiently and also devote more time to our families and friends. We can also invest more time to cultivate our interests and enjoy the intimacy with nature. This will give us the opportunity to create an even better work-life balance by focusing on the things that matter most, ”he added.
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