“Training alone can improve performance by 22%, while training accompanied by coaching can improve performance by 88%.” – Harvard Business Review

As the levels of complexity and change increase exponentially, so does our need for being able to simplify this complexity and what it means to us. Our coaching focuses on exactly this – whether it is simplifying your career transition challenges or coaching leaders and people managers to develop agility and growth mindsets. Our coaching is highly responsive to your needs including in-person, virtual, one-on-one and group formats.

Through our work with diverse individuals – early careerists, mid-career professionals, change leaders and entrepreneurs, we challenge and support you in reimagining your career and work.


Career transition/change can make you feel uncertain, lonely, confused, overwhelmed.We simplify your transition to a fulfilling career by helping you acquire the knowledge, mindset and skills needed to build a career on your own terms.


In a VUCA world, change and disruption are continuously experienced realities for individuals and organizations. Our coaching helps you to build your capacity for inner agility and develop a growth mindset.


Kavita, an alumna of IIM Ahmedabad, brings over 16 years of experience in the domains of Experiential Learning, Adult Learning, Personal Growth & Change and Organization Development.

Kavita has completed her internship in Applied Behavioural Sciences from the Sumedhas Academy for Human Context She has worked with leading Indian and international companies including Johnson & Johnson India Ltd, Xseed Education, Goldman Sachs and Usha International Ltd. As a facilitator and coach, Kavita brings sharp insights along with a deeply supportive and empathetic style. She has worked with clients across domains, including IT, higher education, social entrepreneurship, development sector and healthcare.

Kavita’s forte is Transition coaching and facilitation. Her work around Transitions is influenced deeply by developmental and social psychologists (such as Robert Kegan, Jean Piaget,  Clare Graves, Suzanne Cook-Greuter etc) and looks at how individuals and collectives (such as organizations) go through stages of development, with associated behaviours, perspectives and challenges.