In professional settings, the expectation to conform often means sacrificing our true voice, yet suppressing our true voice makes us uncomfortable and not feel like our authentic selves.
If you find yourself masking your feelings to meet external expectations, it’s important to ask yourself: What is my truth? Why do I feel the need to do this?
Understanding our identity and role in the world empowers us to navigate interactions, even with those who may make us feel inadequate or vulnerable.
Whether you’re launching your career or are in a leadership role, this event will teach you simple strategies to gain insight into your own existence and equip you with valuable tools for addressing challenges in your professional journey.
Learn how to overcome obstacles in your work routine, break down barriers in your climb up the corporate ladder or tackle any hindrances to success you currently face.
Your journey to be your best self begins with self-discovery. Don’t let fear hold you back! Register now to discover how you can foster continuous personal and professional development.
Golddy Kaur has more than three decades of MedTech experience and held many positions, including executive leadership roles. She has experience across general business management, strategy development, commercial functions, operations, engineering, quality, regulatory & clinical research. She possesses a unique blend of Med-Tech industry subject knowledge and business/financial acumen.
As part of the executive leadership roles, she coached a diverse group of individuals and personalities. She has a proven track record in consistently delivering business results, bringing innovations globally through research to commercialization stages, developing talent, and building winning teams. She focuses on achieving personal greatness and finding greatness in others to achieve business goals.
Golddy has a Bachelor’s degree with a major in biology and physics from Ranchi University, India. She started her MedTech journey in 1990 at C. R. Bard, Mississauga. She continued her education by attending several professional development programs in Canadian and US Universities including the Executive Development Program at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.