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Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen shares his insight with Dean Sally Blount '92 during a Brave Leader Series event on March 9.

Punit Renjen

Deloitte’s Punit Renjen: ‘There is no shortcut to success’

Incoming Global CEO talks success, mentorship and growth


3/16/2015 - When he speaks to students, Punit Renjen is often asked if there are any shortcuts to becoming a success. As the incoming Global CEO of Deloitte, the largest of the “Big Four” global accounting and consulting firms, it’s safe to say that Renjen is familiar with the subject.

Yet, his answer is always the same. “There is no shortcut to success,” Renjen said. “I put in the work and got a few lucky breaks.”

Renjen shared his thoughts on mentorship, growth, culture and success with Dean Sally Blount ’92 and a packed hall of Kellogg students during the Brave Leader Series.


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