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Adila Budullah becomes a World Leader!

05 December

Congratulations to our Helen O’Grady Drama Academy Principal of Mauritius,  Adila Budullah. who has received yet another award – the African Woman’s Leaders Award

This was presented a gala event at the World Women Leadership Congress held in Mauritius The event celebrated some of the finest woman leaders and achievers in organizations who believe in producing leaders - leaders of change, leaders who are iconic and foster talent management strategy alliance with the vision & the mission of the organization.

This award was intensely researched. It is the job of the research team was to produce a shortlist of Individuals who are doing extraordinary work and track the record of their achievements. The shortlist is then reviewed by a Jury comprising of senior professionals from across the globe. The criteria adopted in preparing this award are:

  • Building A Sustainable Leadership Pipeline In Organizations
  • Story Telling
  • Gender specific specialization at work
  • Empowerment
  • Social Change
  • Ability To Influence
  • Opportunities & Resources

The entire program is chaired by the undersigned. The jury consists of senior leaders, researchers and academicians include some prominent names as below:

  • Arun Arora, Former-President, The Economic Times (The Times Of India Group)
  • Dr Saugata Mitra, Chief People Officer And Member Of Management Team, Mother Dairy Fruit & Vegetable Ltd
  • Dr. Chandan Chattaraj President - Global Humanresourcesuflex Limited
  • Dr Prasad Medury, Managing Partner, Odgers Berndtson India
  • Dr Indira Parikh, President, Antardisha

In receiving this award, Adila said, ‘I acknowledge this achievement and award and congratulate all participants. Stay positive, some people dream and others make it happen. Never stop believing in your dreams.’

Duncan Rice, Director of Helen O’Grady Drama Academy Africa, said, ‘Adila is a remarkable person. She is driven by a desire to change the lives of people around her by developing 21st Century skills which include Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Critical Thinking. She is one of the best exponents of our programme nurturing children and adults to become confident individuals on the world stage.’

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