Video of Welspun India CEO Dipali Goenka dancing with employees goes viral1 min read . Updated: 19 Feb 2020, 03:27 PM IST
- CEO and Joint Managing Director of Welspun India is seen dancing on the remixed version of song Muqabla from the movie 'Street Dancer 3D'
- Many social media users appreciated Dipali Goenka on her 'enthusiastic' workplace
A refreshingly joyful video of Welspun India CEO Dipali Goenka dancing with her employees has gone viral with everyone praising her for a happy workplace environment.
The undated video that emerged on social media, it shows CEO and Joint Managing Director of Welspun India dancing on the remixed version of the song Muqabla from the movie Street Dancer 3D. With her, the video also shows how other employees are encouraged to eventually join her and copy her steps while she happily finishes her routine. The 45-second video ends with all the employees applauding her performance.
Chairman of RPG Enterprises Harsh Goenka was among the first to praise the Welspun CEO and mentioned such an environment is the "way to create a happy culture" at work. His tweet with the video has garnered about 161K views till now on Twitter.
Welspun India CEO also retweeted Harsh Goenka's tweet and thanked him. She also tagged a couple of other industry leaders including Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Gautam Adani along with Harsh Goenka and added that she would love to see thier #WorkPlaceHappy videos.
With the tweet blowing up Twitter, most of the social media users appreciated Dipali Goenka on her "positive thinking", "fitness" in Indian corporate offices. The post has got innumerable likes and much more praises.
A graduate in Psychology and a Harvard alumnus, Dipali Goenka has been serving as the chief executive officer of Welspun India since 2002. She is currently both the CEO and Joint Managing Director of company's India arm and has been a global leader in home textiles with a focus on customers. A health and fitness enthusiast, Dipali Goenka believes that a healthy body and mind is the key to success.
In 2016, she was recognized as the 16th most powerful woman in Asia and 4th in India by Forbes magazine.