Desa Global Leadership’s training is world class, but don’t take our word for it – check out what our clients declare as success stories, impact and outcomes.

workshop Results

Tania’s session about “The Art of Strategic Networking” was a highly interactive and engaging session for 30 of our leaders from our employee network groups in Canada. The simple pre-work helped her customize the content for our specific group, and the evaluation results from the session definitely demonstrate that this event delivered a positive ROI. I look forward to future work with Tania and would recommend her to any organization, big or small.

Jennifer Heynen

Director Talent Acquisition

Accelerator Results

Networking, mentoring and personal branding are life skills we are expected to know, yet never formally learn. Our most in-demand Leadership Accelerator is our signature Networking Mastery Program. Networking Mastery is the first program to empower professionals with actionable systems and tools to put essential life skills into action. This program is often part of global diversity and inclusion initiatives and top talent development programs.

Wow – just completed the Networking Mastery bootcamp and have to say it was one of the best classes I’ve taken in my career. The structured approach helped open my eyes to blind spots I had in the areas of networking and sponsorship. I thank Tania for her master facilitation skills; her follow up during and after the course proves that she practices what she preaches. You want this woman in your circle! This is a unique course that is well worth your time & one I will be recommending to all of my colleagues.

Julie Soave


Keynote Results

From TEDx Talks in Europe to speaking tours across India, our CEO Tania is one of the most in-demand female speakers on global stages. Her style is inspiring, interactive and inclusive.

Tania is a powerful speaker with an ability to influence and energize the audience. At the DisruptHR conference, she spoke about how Sponsors can become game changers for Protégés as compared to Mentors. And why we need more and more sponsors for women in today’s workforce than mentors. Given an opportunity, I would love to explore on leveraging this concept personally or professionally.

Vindhya Anatharaman

Compensation Manager, Scotiabank