Men are central to allow for women to surge in leadership
“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre Women in Leadership. That’s what am I supposed to write here. I could have chosen to write about the leading banker women of India. Or the former Indian Presidents and Prime Ministers. But that’s(…)
Travel may actually put you ahead. Enhancing your understanding of yourself and the world around you, here are 5 reasons why women who travel become better leaders.
Not only is the ratio of working women to working men is shockingly low, pay scales for the same job between men and women have been famously known to differ.
Across geographies and demographics, it’s neither the product nor the process but the people who put forth organizations on the road to success. I have worked for a while now, spanning sectors like hospitality, aviation and real-estate, as a woman employee I’ve had this realization that unlike the posters on notice boards or the pink(…)
The world has things everywhere that make us feel ashamed of how we look. But why?
If there is One Question you should start by Asking Women, it is This. And this question is the first step to more Women in Leadership in Indian businesses.
It’s been eight years that I’ve been a part of the corporate world and I still remember my first interview as if it took place just yesterday. I had applied for a role which would involve leading a small team and while the interviewer found me to be qualified and competent, he wasn’t quite sure I(…)