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Have you ever wondered who are the top 10 Indian women HR leaders who are shaping our economy? Fret not, we have a list for you!
10 Indian Women HR Leaders You Must Know About!
Human resource is civilization’s greatest strength. Without the physical and mental skill-sets of humans, we as a society wouldn’t progress! Manpower, for lack of a gender-neutral term, has been the key factor behind any advancement.
More than often, to utilize and enhance, this infinite resource of people’s power, we need help from people’s leaders! These leaders are the bridge between a worker’s personal goals and an employer’s ambition. In the modern world, a company cannot function and profit without keeping in the interest and welfare of its employees!
The HR department, or human resource management team, has often been mistaken as the place for grievances and recruitment, thanks to its biased portrayal in popular media.
The function of the HR department is to keep the communication between employees and employers smooth, address violations of codes and ethics of the workplace and provide help and resources to anyone in the company who is in need.
The history of the rise of human resources management and later departments became more defined and easier to understand when various Management schools began offering MBAs in this subject. Managing humans, who are all differently wired and yet have common interests and aspirations, is not an easy task!
HR leaders have to constantly negotiate, manage, research and come to a common ground, which will serve the best results for all!
In India, HR leaders have an extremely crucial role in helping a company run without glitches and controversies! Have you ever wondered who the top Indian women in HR leaders who are shaping our economy?
Gauri is a strategic, Multi-Award-Winning HR leader with 16+ years of experience in crafting and aligning HR strategy with business goals. She has been recognized with multiple awards.
Group Chief HR Officer, Dynamix Group
Highly skilled HR professional, offering more than 19 years of experience, has also been awarded the Women Chief Human Resources Officers – 2022.
Chief Human Resources Officer, GoKwik
HR Professional with a total of 19+ years of experience, she focuses on objectives transforms vision into effective organizational processes, & influences employee behaviour.
Chief Human Resources Officer, Manyavar Mohey
She has been associated with some of the biggest firms in India, now Vedant Fashions Ltd. Her key competency lies in the ability to partner with Business functions.
Vice President-HR, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories
With over 2.5 decades of experience in hiring, managing and developing talent, she was the IWLF Women Leader in HR, in 2014.
Human Resources Director, Teachmint
HR professional with proven expertise in Corporate HR and Headhunting roles in domestic and international markets.
Chief Human Resources Officer, K Raheja Corp
She has been instrumental in inducting the choicest talent pool and integrating best people practices at K Raheja Corp, leading the group’s human resource function as CHRO.
MD & CHRO, Brickred Systems India Pvt Ltd.
A highly personable, results-oriented-born leader with 16 years of experience, Upasana brings a wealth of hands-on experience to her leadership role.
Human Resources Leader, Tesla India
Chithra has 18+ years of experience in human resources and is well-equipped with knowledge and practice over time. She is the country HR leader of Tesla India.
Human Resources Head, Microsoft India
Ira leads HR for Microsoft across India. Ira is also an Independent Director on several boards of companies in India.
Are you impressed by their achievements? Being an HR leader is an easy task, are you inspired to follow in their footsteps? Let us know what are your thoughts!
For March, we are featuring, women leaders and pioneers from different industries! If you know someone who deserves to be on our list, please let us know!
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