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Overcoming the Leadership Clog through Self Leadership

Happiness Committee | Mumbai Chapter


The pandemic has shaken the foundation of many businesses. Team building suffered due to prolonged virtual meet, low participation due to continuing work from home, and repeated lockdowns have hit the level of work efficiency in the corporate world. Leadership is in the midst of redrawing their plans after getting fearful of moving forward and not being able to sustain the business. In DLC Talk, Ashu Khanna with a vast experience of coaching entrepreneurs, CEOs gives a wonderful insight on how to ignite self-leadership of inner self that would explain how to overcome inner clutter of fears, attachments, perceptions, assumptions, expectations, etc that obstructs leaders from knowing and trusting their inner self in the most difficult of times

About the Speaker

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Ashu Khanna
CEO & Founder
Arka Leadership

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