Hi, I am

Swati Khede

If you asked me 15 years ago, ‘would you like your life to be a brilliant and wonderful experience both for you and those around you?’, I would have answered a loud and clear ‘yes.’

Then, if you had probed further about how I intended to make this happen, I probably would have mumbled that ‘I do not know’.

But I’ve learnt a lot over all these years, and my purpose now is crystal-clear.

In the year 2015, after almost 10 years of working in Corporate Human Resources and Training, I followed my dream of becoming an Executive Coach and Consultant. And now I offer a range of impactful, high-value learning and development experiences that enable individuals to –

  • maximise confidence and develop an authentic presence,
  • improve communication and people handling skills,
  • create better first impressions, and manage personal reputation.

My work and life experiences have taught me that when you present and express yourself well, you find it easy to gain trust, build better relationships, solve issues, and succeed at work. Others take you seriously and collaborating with others doesn’t feel like solving a Rubik’s Cube.

Therefore, I help individuals to make strategic use of communication and interpersonal competence so they can accelerate the process of achieving more success in their career or business. 

And I have been incredibly fortunate in my career and life to have many people take an interest in the work I do.

Here’s a glimpse of my licenses, and certifications-

Alongside training and coaching, I am passionate about sharing high-value, insightful resources on personal development and career advancement.

My articles are aimed at addressing some of the common career questions and challenges I hear about leading team(s) efficiently, getting promoted quickly, achieving career goals faster, managing work stress effectively, landing a job at a great company, and attaining true work-life integration.

Please read my blog and share the articles with people in your circle and your team you think might benefit.