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Two-day Guardian Leadership Conclave underway in Gurugram

Two-day Guardian Leadership Conclave underway in Gurugram

The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, one the largest mutual life insurance companies in USA, is organizing 'GUARDIAN LEADERSHIP CONCLAVE' in India with the theme of 'Defining the Leadership Algorithm' and Equality Equation. The two-day event commences today i.e. Feb 14, 2019 at Gurugram.

The Guardian Leadership Conclave will have Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, one of the world's foremost leadership experts and a bestselling author, who will coach Guardian Life insurance Company's key executives. Dr. Marshall Goldsmith is a renowned American leadership coach and author of several management related books. During the leadership conclave, the next generation of Guardian leaders will learn and grow together through the best emergent learnings from thought leaders across the globe.

Dr. Marshall Goldsmith's books 'What Got You Here Won't Get You There' and 'How Women Rise' will form the basis of discussions in the two-day Guardian Leadership Conclave. Global Guardian leaders will interact and mentor the current and emergent Guardian leadership. Guardian has also extended invitations to eminent CXOs for their outside-in perspective. Honing leadership skills, addressing issues of diversity and inclusion, harnessing collaboration and empowering Guardians will form the broad themes through the conclave.

At the recent Thinkers50 ceremony in London, Dr Goldsmith was recognized again as the World's #1 Leadership Thinker and #1 Executive Coach. He has been Thinkers50's 'World's Most-Influential Business Thinkers' for the past ten years and has also been recognized by Fast Company, INC Magazine and Global Gurus as the World's Leading Executive Coach. Dr Goldsmith also enjoys a tremendous following online. He has over 365,000 followers on LinkedIn and his YouTube channel has garnered over 760,000 views.

Dr Goldsmith is also the author and editor of 35 books that have sold 2 million copies globally. 3 of his books – Triggers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won't Get You There - are New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers. Gender equality and diversity in the workplace are causes close to Dr Goldsmith's heart and are areas he has frequently examined in his books. His latest book How Women Rise is considered a seminal work in the area of gender dynamics at the workplace.

Guardian @India started in 2016, with best in class infrastructure, facilities and multi-cultural talent to provide administrative support, IT services, consulting and business solutions to Guardian and its affiliates. A wholly-owned subsidiary, Guardian derives its core values and stability from its 158-years old parent company. Guardian India employs around 1800 employees in Chennai and Gurugram and is the technology and innovation hub.

Every day, Guardian gives 26 million Americans the security they deserve through its insurance and wealth management products and services. It all began in 1860 at Delmonico's restaurant in New York City, where a group of 21 prominent German-American businessmen led by civil rights lawyer Hugo Wesendonck gathered to create the Germania Life Insurance Company of America. Renamed "The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America" in 1918, company's long-term view has helped its customers prepare for whatever life brings - starting a family, planning for the future or taking care of employees.

Guardian's customer base has evolved, especially in the recent years and it has reinvented ourselves to remain their partners in life, health and wealth. Guardian's new global brand and logo represents both its deep roots as well as determination to remain leaders in its domain through changing times. Guardian continues to be a rock through the often-tricky eddies of time for its customers and employees. Guardian's new brand signifies the strength, longevity and warmth as well as the freshness of the new generation that will bear the flag of this organization in coming times.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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