Positive Leadership Awards 2023

Positive Leadership Award 2022 is presented to

Amardeep Gill

who has been selected from 11 688 nominations submitted from 22 countries across six continents and recognized as a positive leadership champion, helping people, teams and organizations thrive

Winner’s Best Practice

I would love to see more leaders practice courage to tackle some of the larger organisational or community issues (affected by culture or history) that have been detrimentally affecting people, systems or organisational/community sustainability. What I’ve noticed is that acting with courage creates a culture of transparency and solution orientation where others are imbued with the courage to take action towards better business, workplace and community practices. To practice taking courageous action, I suggest identifying some of the smaller issues you’re observing, the impacts, creating a plan of action and then executing immediately, capitalising on the initial energy and motivation.

Quick Facts


Amardeep Gill is currently the Chair of Young Sikh Professional Network (YSPN), a professional development and networking platform helping young Sikhs access opportunities to LEARN, LEAD and SUCCEED. Driven by seva (selfless service), one of Sikhism’s core values, he and 50 other passionate volunteers across 3 countries are helping to develop a new generation of value driven leaders and professionals to create positive impact in the organisations and communities they live in. Amardeep has over a decade of experience in project delivery, entrepreneurship and coaching and has worked for some of the biggest multinational corporates, consulting firms and start-ups.

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