Sadhguru's Isha Leadership Academy hosts 3-day virtual event to empower entrepreneurs
Cochin Herald|November - December 2020
NOT A SHARK IN A SUIT. NOT A CORPORATE WOLF. IN BUSINESS, ALL YOU NEED TO BE IS A HUMAN BEING WITH INSIGHT.

With the aim of helping entrepreneurs explore the art of scaling up the business as well as one’s own self as a leader despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, a three-day virtual event titled ‘Isha Insight: The DNA of Success’ was held from November 27 to 29 under the auspices of celebrated yogi and mystic Sadhguru’s Isha Leadership Academy. Led by Sadhguru, the sessions were facilitated by noted Indian entrepreneur B S Nagesh, founder of TRRAIN and executive vice-chairman of Shoppers Stop Ltd.

The event was attended by 350 entrepreneurs and they included CEOs, potential CEOs and senior business executives apart from founders and promoters of SMEs who want to see their enterprises grow to a global stature. It offered them a platform for interaction as well as the chance to view the success saga of towering figures in the business sphere and explore the DNA of success. This year’s event showcased the success of businessmen who’ve turned the pandemic crisis into an opportunity.

On the first day of the event, programme host Nagesh welcomed the participants and the 31 resource leaders from different walks of life who have done great service to the community, society and shareholders. “This is a great chance of learning as there is a very diverse group of people brought together. The whole thing is about learning, sharing and collaborating and cooperation,” he said, adding that resource leaders will guide participants and mentor them.

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