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Women At The Top Is Better For Growth

Two leading women – IMF’s Christine and Norway’s Erna – put up a case for accelerating gender equality in labour force that can lead to an estimated 9% and 27% GDP growth in Japan and India respectively. Indeed a strong economic impetus for countries to push the agenda.

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Taking Diverse Roles Will Help Women Establish Themselves: Monika Mital Gupta,Microsoft India

Monika Mital Gupta talks about the challenges for women in climbing the ladder of leadership, women in tech and gender diversity.

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Samsung Has Funded 1,000 Girls For Technical Education: Deepak Bhardwaj, VP – CSR, Samsung India

Women like Seema Nagar have come through the ranks of the technical school and now imparting the same education to the women in rural areas in Rajasthan

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Women Need To Stand Up For Their Own Progress

Gender diversity in the workplace has been a much debatable issue for the welfare of the women and countries have started making progress in terms of gender diversity

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Women Can Succeed In HR, But Are Not Limited To It: Kat Kennedy, Degreed

Kat Kennedy, Chief Product Officer, Degreed; shares her views about gender diversity and women in technology

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Heartening To See Discussions About Gender Equality: Apala Lahiri, President, Human Factors International

Human Factors International (HFI) is the world's largest company specializing in user experience (UX) design. Apala Lahiri, President of Human Factors International talks about women leadership, and gender diversity

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"Enjoying What You Do Makes Work-Life Balance Less Of An Issue"

Marshall Goldsmith, has recently launched his book titled ‘How Women Rise’. Around the sane lines, Marshall talks to Rajguru Tandon about women leadership and challenges.

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Success In Leadership Will Bring More Acceptance To Women Leaders: Savvy Dilip, COO and Co-founder, Video Tap

Talking to BW Businessworld, Savvy Dilip, COO and co-founder of VideoTap talks about her journey as a leader, challenges for a woman as a leader and work-life balance issues. Edited Excerpts:

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Woman Actors Need To Stand Up For Pay Parity, says Kitty Koo, Director, New York Film Academy, Mumbai Campus

Women have cut across barriers through sheer determination and will; and films have contributed a lot towards this change in mindset, says Kitty Koo, Director, New York Film Academy, Mumbai Campus

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The Glass Ceiling Is Not An Illusion In The Tech Industry In India: Report

According to the report, among the tech companies in India for every female engineer, there were three male engineers

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Tata Steel Working Towards Gender Diversity

Women availability is gradually improving with the required skills in manufacturing, mining and engineering

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A Teacup And A Storm

Tata Tea has tied up with social activist Ranjana Kumari and Olympic medallist Dipa Karmakar as the brand ambassadors of the campaign for the issues of women safety and sports encouragement, respectively

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'Indian Women Were Always Empowered'

In an engaging one-on-one with Businessworld Editor-in-Chief Anurag Batra, at the forum’s valedictory session, Chandra said that “Indian women were always empowered, whereas Europe began empowering women only seven decades ago”

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