DU student named one of Australia's young executives of 2011
A 35-year-old Indian, Preeti Bajaj, has been named one of the Australian Financial Review's Young Executives of the year 2011.india Updated: Aug 01, 2011 10:33 IST
A 35-year-old Indian, Preeti Bajaj, has been named one of the Australian Financial Review's Young Executives of the year 2011.
The annual BOSS Young Executives of the Year Awards are run by the prestigious AFR magazine in association with global talent management consultancy Development Dimensions International.
The awards, now in their seventh year, recognise the achievements of aspiring future leaders and is said to identify six young Australians with the skills, talent and drive needed to make a successful future leader.
Bajaj, a Delhi University student, was among the six winners this year who were tracked down on the basis of an analysis of how they perform compared to more senior executives.
She currently works as regional manager of an Australian property firm, Brookfield Multiplex Services.
She leads a team providing facility management, predominantly for government departments.
She said building a business was her most satisfying experience, as prior to her current role, she worked as a managing director of a software company, Vision Software.
First Published: Aug 01, 2011 10:31 IST