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Anshu Arora’s deep experience with diversity and cross-cultural exposure in the leadership coaching and speaking arena comes from more than 26 years of international work as a Global C-Suite Master Facilitator, executive coach, Pecha-Kucha (20x20) coach, assessor, speaker, experiential training lead, author, and podcaster. Anshu is a TEDx & Pecha Kucha Speaker and a charismatic leadership storyteller.  She has worked with 90+ partners across EMEA, APAC, US, CWAR, UAE, Australasia, Nordic Region, and Sri Lanka.

Her TEDx Talk on: 'Redefining Leadership Gravitas'  has been gaining traction with global leaders. It is a culmination of her Leadership Coaching Experience and the top learnings from her book - 'Candid Conversations with Anshu Arora'.

Anshu’s experience includes:

  • Coaching and training across a wide variety of industries, from IT to engineering, alcobev to fast-moving consumer goods, hospitality to manufacturing and luxury brands.
  • Offering one-to-one Leadership coaching, progressive coaching for leadership readiness, customized simulation-based experiential solutions, power-talks that lead change and drive values and culture in global organizations. 
  • Certifying and helping trainers enhance their facilitation skills through her flagship program, “Train the Trainer.”
  • Acting as the internal trainer certifying partner for fast-moving consumer goods and manufacturing industry giants.
  • Coaching speakers for TEDx and Pecha Kucha 20x20 platform. 
  • Coaching Leaders from 'content to delivery' to speak at International forums and imbibing storytelling as a skill to drive change, communicate values and motivate teams. 
  • Talks based on her book that has 11 true stories of extraordinary grit, courage and resilience.

    Anshu has eleven training-product certifications. She holds a degree in English literature, an MA in public administration, and diplomas in advertising, communications, and public relations.

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