Jagjeet was nominated for her work as a business mentor and coach. She helps individuals, teams, start-ups, and businesses that want to refocus and effectively work towards their goals. Jagjeet does this using 1-2-1 coaching and mentoring and personal branding sessions. This empowers them to reach their personal and professional goals without compromising their day to day responsibilities.
The global HERoes Women Role Model List showcases leaders who are championing women in business and driving change for gender diversity in the workplace across the world. Representing multiple sectors and industries, those on the HERoes Role Model Lists have not only achieved success in their own careers but used this to actively drive for more inclusive workplaces.
Jagjeet joined the BRC Learning team earlier this year as Learning Services Manager. She previously held roles within major retail brands such as Vision Express, Specsavers and Caffè Nero.
“I am honoured to be placed on the annual HERoes role model list 2020 surrounded by such inspirational women! I am excited to see the difference I can make with this incredible recognition as part of my accomplishments.” commented Jagjeet.
“We are delighted that Jagz has been added to the HERoes Women Role Model List 2020. Since she joined us earlier this year she has become an integral part of our team and is fully deserving of this credit.” commented Lucy Crowther, Director of BRC Learning.
About INvolve & HERoes:
The HERoes Lists are produced by INvolve. INvolve are a global network and consultancy championing diversity and inclusion in business. Through the delivery of events, programs, thought leadership and advisory solutions, INvolve helps firms drive cultural change and create inclusive workplaces where any individual can succeed.
They also publish annual Role Model Lists, supported by Yahoo Finance, recognizing and celebrating business leaders and future leaders who are breaking down barriers at work and inspiring the next generation of diverse talent.
For more information please visit: www.involvepeople.org