Gayathri Shukla is the founder of Campfire Kinship, a social enterprise on a mission to unlock the power of empathy through story-based solutions. She practices human-centered design and is also certified in an innovative method of storytelling called guided autobiography.
- Entrepreneurship as a sense of calling [02:22]
- A journey to what unity means [04:56]
- What happens to teams that can’t deal with diversity [08:43]
- The results of having purpose aspiration [11:56]
- Threads of ways to deliver your offerings to an audience [13:40]
- How to make an analysis of what business model to follow [17:13]
- How to move yourself back into an objective lens [19:54]
- Clarity: the number one advice for anyone considering transition [21:29]
Gayathri empowers individuals to discover their authentic strengths while creating inclusive cultures via workshops, keynotes, and creative storytelling campaigns. Gayathri transitioned to entrepreneurship after a 17-year career in the energy sector. She has an electrical engineering and Executive MBA degree and volunteers on the Board of Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association.