This is the Leadership Journey series on the Choosing Leadership Podcast.

I believe we all have a lot to learn from each other’s stories – of where we started, where we are now, and our successes and struggles on the way. With this series of interviews, my attempt is to give leaders an opportunity to share their stories and for all of us to learn from their generous sharing. If you know a leader whom you would like to see celebrated on the show, please send me a message on LinkedIn with their name.

Join us for an inspiring conversation with Juhi, founder and CEO at Divin Grow Private Limited and Divin Pro Foundation, as she shares her journey of empowering women through employment and social impact. 

From her family’s four-generation legacy of women’s empowerment to her vision of becoming one of the most respected organizations globally by 2040, Juhi’s story is a testament to perseverance and purpose-driven leadership. 

Discover how she balances practical business strategies with her mission to create meaningful change, and learn valuable insights on leadership, financial empowerment, and prioritizing responsibilities. 

Tune in for an episode packed with wisdom, passion, and actionable advice for leaders striving to make a difference.

You can find Juhi Garg at the below links

In the interview, Juhi shares

  • “My great grandmother and her grandmother were working for women tirelessly before independence. This purpose is perhaps in my genes, and I don’t credit myself for anything.”
  • “To be a leader, you must learn the art of following your purpose and listening to your inner call. And of course, learn from the worthy people around you.”
  • “Just be a parent, take leadership as a parenting job. If you take care of your employees’ hearts, if you can empathize with them, everything will fall in place.”
  • “My clients are my investors. I have not raised any funds from any other party. I have not taken any loans. People believe in causes and good causes.”
  • “By 2040, I would like to be one of the most respected organizations across the globe. Respect doesn’t come easily; you need to prove yourself at every step.”
  • “I would like to be more financially apprised and sensitized so that I can achieve what I want. I still feel that I somehow lack that now, and I am working towards that.”
  • “Perhaps my biggest strength is building institutions, teams that stick with me. Having people in my life and bringing them together and keeping them with me is my biggest strength.”
  • “Create that fertile land wherein you all work and bloom together. Respect differences, be vulnerable, and let people help each other grow.”
  • “Let people say whatever they want. Let me not doubt at least, let me be confident about myself. If I am confident, if I feel that what I know and what I do not know, I accept gracefully.”
  • “You need to make choices and take decisions. When you make choices, you will have to understand what is the right thing that is going to help you rise above.”