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Podcast with Bagchi Group's Ravila Gupta

Coaching the Next Generation of Leaders: Ravila on Podcast

Ravila Gupta recently joined Donald Thompson’s podcast, High Octane Leadership, to discuss leadership lessons learned in her career. As a successful executive coach, it was an honor to be featured in this episode to provide actionable advice for professionals seeking to evolve their careers.  

This podcast episode, “Coaching the Next Generation of Leaders,” also featured Walk West CEO Abha Bowers, known for her dynamic and strategic approach to marketing for some of the world’s biggest brands. She brings a breadth of expertise and a fresh perspective, discussing community-building as women’s most significant tool for breaking glass ceilings.

On the podcast, Ravila shares advice that she practices herself: When you do speak, make it powerful. She explains the importance of leading with authority, logic, and gravitas, embodying these attributes as she speaks. She explains the value of including women when developing professional relationships outside the office. Watch this video to hear her take:

As CEO of Bagchi Group, Ravila brings her clients this same competence alongside creative, practical financial and business planning guidance as well as executive coaching. Ravila and her team understand the need for personalized support and comprehensive, specified solutions to help your organization thrive over time.

To learn more about Ravila, listen to the episode anywhere you get your podcasts (Spotify, Apple Podcasts) or by visiting Donald Thompson’s website. Thank you to the CEO and Executive Producer of Earfluence, Jason Gillikin and Donald Thompson himself for the opportunity to share these insights.

If you’re ready to optimize your business strategy or want to learn more about Ravila’s approach to creating effective, equitable workspaces, contact Bagchi Group today.


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