Sunil Savara

Sunil Savara

Co-Founder and Master Sorcerer
My purpose in life is to be a catalyst in the transformation of human beings.

Transformation of oneself, people, companies, and poverty is what Sunil Savara stands for. A compassionate and generous human being with extreme clarity of thought and action, Sunil is a visionary with authenticity and integrity at his core. As the Co-founder and Master Sorcerer of Impossible Transformations LLP, Sunil considers his organisation as the vehicle for extraordinary transformation and leadership in the world.    

Having founded multiple organisations over the span of more than three decades, Sunil’s core work has always revolved around transformation – of processes, of businesses, of systems, of poverty, and of people. Head Held High, an organisation with a vision of eradicating poverty on the planet and Global Action on Poverty (GAP), a platform which accelerates the journey of change-makers to eradicate poverty are among the impactful organisations that Sunil envisioned and co-founded. He has been leading personal transformational workshops for 25 years that have catalyzed individuals to discover themselves, unearth their life purposes and lead fuller lives.

Another organisation founded by Sunil is Automated Workflow Private Limited which is currently Asia’s leading Business Process Solutions Provider. He has led programs that transformed the way people work in financial organisations like Aviva, Prudential, ING and others. Prior to this, he ran IBM’s business in Asia Pacific in Content and Business Process Management Solutions. Sunil also founded and ran an IT company for a decade before joining IBM.

Sunil feels blessed and humbled to have built strong relationships with everyone he engages with personally or professionally. He recognises abundance in the world, abundance in everyone’s hearts, and the work he does in transformational leadership development is a continuum of this philosophy. 

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