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If you work in a corporate job, start-up or a business and constantly feel the pressure to make your presence felt at work, then this blog is for you.
Moving for your husband's or partner's job? Don't give up your career yet! Career continuity resources for working women in India.
Saying No is difficult especially if it is at work but the repercussions are huge as it hampers efficiency. Read on to know more about what #WomenatWork in India think.
As an aspiring entrepreneur, ask yourself: Does my business truly fulfil a social need? Aparna Raman, the Founder of Timbuktoo Publishing, shares her entrepreneurial journey.
How to raise funding is the most pressing question for many budding entrepreneurs today. Jayanti Kathale, Founder of Purnabrahma shares her experiences with raising funding.
Meet three creative women entrepreneurs who have used their creativity to not only start business ventures but create opportunities for the less privileged too!
Excerpts from an interview with Kunzang Choden, writer of Circle of Karma, who is the first Bhutanese woman to have published an English novel.
Vani Venkataram, who has spent 42 years working for the welfare of women and children in rural Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, still believes she has much to contribute.
Mother-daughter duo, Malati Srinivasan and Geetha Rao, authors of The Udupi Kitchen shine a light on lesser-known recipes from the popular Udupi cuisine.
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.
On International Yoga Day, we interview Yoga Therapist Rajalaxmi Rao, who talks about why Yoga is just not an exercise and is meant for all.
Negotiating for a better salary is something research shows women do less of. We learn from the experiences of other women at work in this #StepAbove tweetathon.
The Work From Home (WFH) concept is portrayed as being the best of two worlds, but is it really that easy to work from home?