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Join Coonoor Behal and the rest of the Nasty Woman-verse on December 15, 2021, 4:00 PM and dive in the conversation about the act and courage that comes with quitting and triumphing over societal, family and personal status quos.
Join LTHJ Global’s Leadership Roundtable conversation on the topic of Quitting on November 3, 2021, featuring Mindhatch’s CEO and Founder, Coonoor Behal.
Join our Founder + CEO, Coonoor Behal for a Creative Mornings interactive FieldTrip chat on August 30th. Registration is free and available now for 500 attendees. ❓Do you think change is inherently less risky than staying put? Do you think “sticking it out” in life, labor, and/or love and doing the “right” thing all the … Continued
What comes to mind when you hear “I quit”?’ Shame? Horror? Defeat? Or PURE JOY? Our Mindhatch Founder and CEO and author of “I Quit! The Life-Affirming Joy of Giving Up”, Coonoor Behal, joined the Marketing Mambo podcast with Terry McDougall to chat how quitting has been long been misused as a bad thing to … Continued
“Design and…” recently presented a fireside chat with Coonoor Behal about innovation, design thinking, and quitting as a means for reinvention.
Entrepreneur and CEO of Mindhatch Coonoor Behal talks about the joy of quitting, how she revealed her love for improv, and how she helps make organizations a better place by instilling creativity through her trademarked Organizational Improv methodology on the CurryUp StartUp podcast with Priyanka Komala. (November 16th, 2020)
Sow to Speak asked Mindhatch CEO Coonoor Behal into the closet to discuss how improv is the way to strengthen everything from diversity and inclusion in the workplace, the job interviewing process, re-engaging your team, and increasing soft skills across the board. You will also get a sneak peek of Coonoor’s book “I Quit! The Life-Affirming Joy of Giving Up”. Effectiveness (and apparently quitting) can be fun – promise! Listen in to see for yourself.
This article was originally published as a part of Maggie Greene Style’s Women In Business showcase. Some of her closest friends call her “elegant yet foul” and she loves it. The phrase captures two truths about her personality: she presents well and can command a room. She’s also got a well-developed bullshit detector and isn’t … Continued
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