When you are
on air …..
…… make sure
you are flying high.
Sanjay Jha, a leading public figure, will guide you through the art and science of being on television.
Sanjay Jha is the Executive Director of the world-famous Dale Carnegie Training operations in India, which has a global experience of having worked with over 400 of the Top Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Jha is also the National Spokesperson of the Indian National Congress Party since 2013 and represents his political party in TV debates and panel discussions. He is the President of All India Professionals Congress, Maharashtra.
Sanjay has been a TEDx Speaker and has addressed enlightened audiences at Dell, Columbia Business School (New York), ICICI Pru, IBM, University of California (Los Angeles), Axis Bank, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Oracle, British Gas, Brookings, The Doon School, Toastmaster, St. Xavier’s College, Dainik Bhaskar, Crompton Greaves, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Bajaj Electricals, SHRM, United Nations Young Achiever’s Conclave, SRCC, IIT, Standard Chartered, Tata Motors, CII, IMC, Venture Capital Association, NHRD, Apple, Bharat Petroleum, Citibank, Mahindra & Mahindra etc. He is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, National Herald and the Daily O of the India Today Group. He is one of India’s top influencers on social media like Twitter.
Sanjay has also written a cricket anthology titled 11—Triumphs, Trials and Turbulence in Indian cricket. Jha has recently authored a book on leadership called The Superstar Syndrome (The Making Of A Champion), co-authored with Dr. Myra White, who is a Professor at the Harvard Medical School. This book was launched in August 2013 and featured in the Crossword Bestseller list.
Experienced Executive Director with a demonstrated history of working in the professional training & coaching industry. Skilled in Political Communication, Coaching, Entrepreneurship, Sales Management, and Political Management. Strong business development professional with a MBA focused in Principally, HR. from XLRI, Jamshedpur.