Pragati Leadership: Transforming today’s Leaders for Tomorrow
Since 1988, Pragati Leadership is focussed in developing future ready leaders who co-create profitable, sustainable and joyful businesses. Founded by Anu Wakhlu and Arun Wakhlu, the company has been chiseling leaders to develop holistic teams and companies.
Anu Wakhlu receives Prestigious Women Economic Forum 18 Award
Our Chairperson, Anu Wakhlu was awarded prestigious Exceptional Women of Excellence – WEF 18 award at Women Economic Forum – Hague, Netherlands. She also shared her valuable insights on “Energizing Women to be nation builders” at the conference.
Pragati Leadership listed among the 25 Most Promising Learning and Development Consultants – 2017 in the July edition of Consultant Review Digital Magazine.
Appreciation letter from Bharat Ratna APJ Abdul Kalam
Former President of India and Bharat Ratna recipient APJ Abdul Kalam appreciated Arun Wakhlu’s mission
Appreciation From Sudarshan
Sudarshan Chemicals appreciated Pragati Leadership’s contribution in building leadership competencies.
HR awards 2015 for Excellence in People Development Solutions
Arun wins Learning Luminary Award
Winner of the prestigious ‘Learning Luminary’ Award at the Best Change Interventions of Asia Study & Awards, organized by the L&OD Roundtable, July 2013.
Arun Wakhlu’s quote in Business World
A good leader needs to use 16 colours, but is stuck using just two or three where just one side of the brain is utilised
Arun Wakhlu gets quoted in The Times of India
“Money cannot be the only motivation—it wears off after a while. The key is to inspire people from within. So that they feel they are doing meaningful work and feel part of a community.
Pragati Leadership Ethics workshop for Class -1 officers of BMC
Pragati Leadership organised Ethics in Public Governance’ workshops for 46 Class-I officers in Mumbai. It helped them reflect upon their vision, the current reality and the gap in civic administration, to tap their own inner resources for inspiration to learn from each other.
Anu honoured with All Grassroots Roots Women of the decade achievers award
Assocham Ladies League (ALL) has honoured Anu Wakhlu with prestigious All Grassroots Roots Women of the decade achievers award for her outstanding contribution in promoting leadership development. She received the award from Union Minister Mr. Venkaiah Naidu.
“You Don’t have to be a superwoman” Anu’s interview in sakaal times
Anu shares her insights why women need more mentors to succeed. Women need to have a strong network; people with whom they can informally chat and talk about unpleasant situations. People who can support and offer them guidance to have the right perspective.
Do not multitask beyond a point – Anu Wakhlu’s article in DNA
Multitasking is not only about doing more than one work at a time, but also how to prioritise your work and complete a task in the least possible time.
Pragati Leadership gets quoted in The Indian express
A nine-day training programme on “Ethics and Values in Public Governance” for employees of the Administrative Training Institutes and Central Training Institutes was conducted by IC Centre for Governance and Pragati Leadership.
Arun Wakhlu’s article – You are not going to get light by cursing darkness
At a time in this materialistic world when man in pursuit of wealth and power, in increasingly indulgung in acts of moral corruption, Arun Wakhlu has been trying to spread the message of “One Wholesome World” through his Pragati Leadership institute.
Cafe Carpe Diem
Carpe Diem event provided a platform to industry stalwarts and senior leaders for an engaging exchange of ideas and breakthroughs
Anu shares her thoughts in DNA
Anu share thoughts on how to exercise self control not to fall prey to the wave of consumerism
Arun’s Quote In Sakal Media
Focus on improving the quality of education, health and transporation could help Pune become a model city.
Vivek Yatnalkar at NIPM panel discussion
National Institute of Personnel Management organised a panel discussion on ‘Driving Business through L&D – ROI Approach