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The logo of Chrysalis is a unique mark that tells the story of what we stand for. The logo is a vignette of a larger ripple effect. We may only see a small part of it, but the work we do has a far-reaching impact. The more effort we put, further will the ripples go.
The logo also resembles a fingerprint. We make a unique and indelible mark on the people we touch through our work.
The new logo has clean cut lines and is contained within a circle - this represents the duality of our working environments - the structured environments of our client organizations and the warm enveloping culture of our own.
The new logo is modern and clear, simple and strong.
Improved Learning Quotient, Increased Knowledge, Improved Business performance.
Improved mental and behavioral capabilities for higher performance.
for our clients only when our learning solutions are valued for the results, they achieve.
for our people only when they can learn, grow and prosper.
for our shareholders only when we deliver sustainable growth & governance.
for our business associates only when they are respected and grow with us.
We will do what we love and love what we do.
Our sum of whole will be greater than sum of our parts.
We will do what is right, each time, every time.
We will not lose our sense of humour.
Our actions will be relied upon with certainty.
At 16, Jadav Payeng came across some snakes that died from excessive heat. He planted 20 bamboo seedlings on a sandbar. Over the course of several decades, transformed the entire area into a forest with more than 100 elephants, tigers, rhinos, deer, rabbits, apes and a wide variety of birds.
Dashrath Manji, a mine worker, lost his wife when she didn't receive medical care after she fell while bringing him lunch. That very night, he decided to carve a path through the mountain so it never happened to anyone again. Over the course of 22 years, he carved a 360 ft long road, shortening the distance from 55km to 15km.
Vinod Bhave, created the Bhoodan Movement, where wealthy landowners voluntarily gave a small piece of land to the landless people for building homes and growing their own food.