Have you ever been at crossroads, confused about which direction to take… wondered if you needed to quit or continue, leave or stay, do or not do, act or just wait till things tide over?
The value of diversity and inclusion at work cannot be stressed given the world we live in today, which is
undergoing rapid transformation.
In the past three decades, women in India have been taking control of their own career trajectory, breaking the societal view that they are only meant to handle home and family.
Despite modest efforts for higher women representation at the workplace, there’s a deficit of women in senior leadership positions in India and an even lesser percentage of women of colour at C-suite positions globally.
The International Women’s Day on March 8 is a day to commemorate and celebrate social, economic and political achievements of women, demand gender equality and reflect on the progress made in providing equitable platforms for women.
From working with the human resource company TeamLease to establishing her own HR consultancy company with a turnover of over Rs 360 Crore, Ms. Bhavna Udernani’s journey has been inspirational in more ways than one.
Women have played just as important a role in the shaping of human history as men have. Career advancement can be a challenge for anyone, but for women in India, the journey can be particularly tricky.
Chanakya is one of the greatest figures of wisdom & knowledge in Indian history. He is touted as the “Pioneer Economist of India.” His famous works include “Chanakya Neeti”, “Arthashastra” and “Neetishastra”. Chanakya is also known by the name of Kautilya & Vishnugupta.
Ethos describes the beliefs or ideals that characterize a community, nation and its ideology. The expression “Indian Ethos in Management” refers to the experiences of Indian civilization over the centuries for managing both the professional as well as personal front.
According to research by Deloitte, 94% of executives and 88% of employees believe a distinct corporate culture is important to a business’ success.
The list of gender discrimination issues at work, particularly in India, is endless. But let’s start right at the top. Only 5% of India’s CEOs are women.
Holi is a Sanskrit word which is also known as the Spring Festival and sometimes, also referred to as the Festival of Love.