Revolutionizing Work Culture: Shreyasi Singh, CEO of Harappa, on Developing Essential Skills for Navigating the EdTech Landscape

Every quarter, I feel like I’m running a different company because the context of the world is changing so quickly.
– Shreyasi Singh

Dive into the realm of work dynamics transformation as host Debbie Goodman speaks with Shreyasi Singh, Founder & CEO of Harappa, on the On Work and Revolution podcast this week. This episode covers:

  • Strategies for cultivating essential Thrive skills, encompassing cognitive, social, and behavioral aspects crucial for individual and organizational success.
  • Exploring the dynamic landscape of EdTech, spotlighting key segments in the Indian market: K-12 tutorials, test prep, and professional skilling.
  • Recognizing the often underestimated impact of middle managers on team engagement and productivity, especially in the context of today’s hybrid work setups.

Tune in to this conversation to uncover valuable perspectives on skill development, EdTech trends, and the pivotal role of middle managers in shaping a thriving workforce.

ABOUT OUR GUEST SHREYASI SINGH

Shreyasi is the Founder & CEO of Harappa, a learner-centered institution of the future that is committed to delivering programs that drive transformative career success using Thrive Skills—an essential set of cognitive, social, and behavioral skills to enable individuals to continuously succeed, at every stage of their career. She has also written two books on entrepreneurship, including a children’s book called The Girl Who Thinks In Numbers, and was part of the founding team of a women’s only management program. She often jokingly refers to herself as the 2%, to nod to the dismal number of women CEOs in India.

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