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It is difficult for a woman to break the glass ceiling alone, but Employee Resource Groups can be a very useful tool for your career.
While long travel for work can be hard on working mothers, these career opportunities are often too good to miss. Here’s how to take up the challenge!
Finding a mentor is not easy. Here is an insightful post about finding your reciprocal mentor and creating an arrangement for success!
Swaathi Kakarla is Co-Founder at Skscript, a start-up technology firm. But here's what's interesting - while a tech entrepreneur, she is still at college.
Pursuing a hobby business while holding a job is engaging, and a good source of income. Here are tips to handle a hobby business smoothly.
Payal Gandhi Hoon, the Founder of Tamarai, an emotional wellness training company in Delhi NCR talks about sustaining life as an entrepreneur.
We talk to Amba Salelkar, a disability rights activist, on her journey to make a more inclusive society for people with disabilities, its obstacles, and triumphs.
Superheroines are real, proves Anu Vaidyanathan. Watch her talk about her journey, triumphs, and challenges in becoming India's Ironman.
MBA graduate turned Sarpanch, Chhavi Rajawat has been working towards transforming her impoverished ancestral village in the desert state of Rajasthan to meet the 21st Century.
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to become a writer. How can someone with a flair for writing find opportunities?
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to socialise at work when there are very few women in the team
Reporting to two managers can be tricky. In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan talks about handling dotted line reporting in a matrix organisation structure.
While strategies such as Lean In focus on individuals, the glass ceiling breaks only when society, organizations AND individual women come together.
Women can't have it all precisely because they are responsible for too many things! Would creches at Indian offices help to level the playing field for women?
There is no easy way to handle a boss who is a bully, but early intervention may help, rather than staying quiet and waiting for things to turn peachy.