Ritu Mehrish is a woman on a mission to humanize leadership. She provides a refreshing and unique angle in presenting the human side of leadership by talking about the challenges, dilemmas, and setbacks of leaders in their leadership journey. Ritu believes leaders don’t have to be superheroes, and they don’t have to try to be perfect all the time.
”Humanising Leadership. Great leaders are not superheroes!” –Ritu G. Mehrish
There are thousands of motivational talks, books, and articles that tell leaders how to be more profitable, how to be more effective, how to be more productive, how to be more successful BUT rarely and barely does anyone talk about the challenges, fears, and dilemmas that leaders experience in their leadership journey. Ritu has given a name to their temporary challenges and dilemmas – she calls it – ‘Leader’s Block’, Through her keynotes, coaching, and masterclasses she shares insights on how to Un:Block!
Currently her most sought-after keynotes include:
- Leaders Deliver: Leading Hi-Performing teams
- How engaged are you? (Employee engagement)
- Leader’s Block: How Great Leaders Recover After They Stumble
”Thank you for your great speech and thoughts! For me this was an eye opening new approach to look at how to develop as a leader.”
–Aslak de Silva, CEO, Nordics Business Forum
”We loved your speech, very relevant for all our leaders!”
–Christian Roejkjaer, CEO, IKEA SEA
Ritu Mehrish is a global speaker, executive coach, and author, with 20 years of corporate experience with P&G, GE Capital, and GE spin-off Genpact. In her last role, Ritu ran a multimillion-dollar business vertical with 1000 people across eight countries and five continents.
Her business and leadership experience has enabled her to bring in a pragmatic approach to leadership development. Her client list of Google, PayPal, Swiss Re, JP Morgan, Applied Materials, Intel, Knight Frank, Johnson & Johnson, Deloitte, AIA, Medtronic, IKEA, Amazon, and Wharton Executive Education, highlights the level of expertise she brings to the leadership topic.
Ritu Mehrish has lived in multiple countries and is now based in Singapore with her husband and two lovely children.