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What does Gender Bias look like?

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I recently conducted an informal survey asking my friends and colleagues both men and women if they had experienced or witnessed someone experiencing gender bias…most people said no. When probed further most of the women and men (after being explained the 4 patterns of gender bias) could come up with so many examples. Some of […]

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9 key lessons from #WomenLead #Leadership #Workshop

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“Women Lead – Leadership Workshop for Young Women Leaders” was conceptualised to provide young women leaders with strategies that work for women in leadership. As a team, when we conceptualised this workshop it was because we realised that most workshops we conducted on leadership which we thought were gender neutral were actually not gender neutral. […]

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Whatsapp Best Practices or Drama…Your Choice!

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Today I once again witnessed “Whatsapp drama” in a professional group I am part of…Interestingly a group of L&D professionals because that it my community. Someone posted a post that was deemed frivolous… it was followed by public censure…followed by some members quitting and some being asked to leave. The rest of the members were […]

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Change…perspectives

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A conclave on #change management, “Parivartan Ek Nayi Disha”. A confluence of ideas, perspectives and experiences and many luminaries & the unenviable role of giving a vote of thanks. My first thought was, “OMG! I will have to really listen.” The fact is that many conclaves have nothing really exciting to listen to. But then […]

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2016: An impactful year?

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When I look back at 2016 I see a couple of events that have really impacted me… my mom’s demise in late 2015, WomenLead initiative, Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid and of course DeMo aka demonetisation. So what did I learn from these events? 2016 was a year where my world shook, dramatically. It was a […]