Top Ten Speakers list of SpeakIn acknowledges four women influencers

 

SpeakIn’s recent list of top ten speakers is a testimony of women’s growing impact on global leadership scenario across a wide spectrum of activities. The November 2020 list begins as well as ends with women leaders, and out of ten mentions, four are credited to women.

Every month, India’s fastest-growing online business learning platform, SpeakIn, publishes the list of top ten personalities, who are influencing people and businesses through their lectures and speeches. As November witnessed the world’s biggest political event, the US elections, where Kamala Harris was one of the most discussed figures as Vice President, elected. On the other hand, Mr Nitish Kumar once again has proved his mettle in Bihar’s Politics. Hence, they both emerged as the strongest contenders in SpeakIn’s top ten speakers list.

The other eight names in the list are — Rajnish Kumar (Former Chairman, State Bank of India); Tahira Kashyap Khurrana (author, filmmaker, theatre director); Vir Das (Standup Artist); Shantanu Moitra (award-winning music director); Vikram Sathaye (stand-up comedian); Soon Yu (international speaker, award-winning author); Surekha Kothari (hypnotherapist and Reiki expert); and Sudha Menon (author and a writing coach).

On possible leadership opportunities for women in the future, Kamala Harris, said, “While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last, because every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities.”

SpeakIn has been hosting online discussions covering the most relevant issues featuring the top brass and the most experienced minds. On the backing of over 17,000 industry stalwarts at SpeakIn, its founder, Deepshikha Kumar says, “With the environment changing by the minute, it’s important to connect with thought leaders and constantly reinvent ourselves. Keeping this in mind, SpeakIn’s array of live sessions such as the SpeakIn Leadership Program, are carefully designed to cater to the current needs of people who are keen to build personal and professional excellence.”

 

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