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A marketing professional with a background in research and business development, she is truly excited by the wave of women entering the workplace as well as starting businesses. She believes that while working outside the home enlarges the lives of women, at the same time, women at work are also impacting the workplace in positive ways that will lead to fundamental changes in how we work.
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She is an alumnus of the Mudra Institute of Communication, Ahmedabad and Mount Carmel College, Bangalore.
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We are conditioned to normalise domestic violence out of fear of abandonment. Thinking that 'trauma bonding' is better than no bonding holds us back from speaking up!
(Trigger Warning: This post may be triggering for survivors of domestic violence. This post has been published especially to honour the International Day For The Elimination of Violence Against Women.)
Everyone said my perfect husband was like Lord Ram…. but this is how he took unfair advantage of my tolerance!
My grandmother was very fond of my husband whose name is synonymous with Lord Ram’s name. Every call she made to my husband started with the bhajan “Aaj sab mil mangal gao, Awadh mai, raam aye hain“. (Hail everyone, sing praises, Lord Ram has come in the kingdom of Awadh.) It was a mandatory welcome song whenever she met him or even spoke to him on the phone. Yes, his attributes were like that of Lord Ram. His attitude, chivalry, persona, fair skin, smile, height, physique and charm illustrate the perfect image of Lord Ram.
He was a generous man but she hardly knew much about the investments or their financial health. A couple of times, she had asked him and he had been vague. Now when she thought about it...
He was a generous man but she hardly knew much about the investments or their financial health. A couple of times, she had asked him and he had been vague. Now when she thought about it…
The Muse of the Month is a monthly writing contest organised by Women’s Web, bringing you original fiction inspired by women.
Chandrika R. Krishnan is one of the winners for the November 2021 Muse of the Month, and wins a Rs 750 Amazon voucher from Women’s Web. The juror for this month, Anuradha Kumar commented, “This introspective, quiet, story with its depiction of the relationship between two relatively older people is quite impressive. A lifetime spent together can bring familiarity and still allow for many mysteries and secrets. Also, the structure of the story, shifting from an external perspective to an internal monologue is well-done.”
Vineeta Singh first appeared on the cover of The Week in 2007 to be the first lady IIM graduate to decline a 1+ Crore salary in favour of starting up her own venture.
After founding & running a HR Outsourcing organization for 5 years, she switched gears in 2012 to launch Fab Bag, a beauty subscription service for women, that recently crossed a million-dollar turnover
An avid marathoner, she has run more than 20 international races including the 89km Comrades Ultra Marathon in South Africa thrice. Accolades include being the fastest Indian woman at the 75 km Bangalore Ultra-Marathon 2010 and the Nashik Half-Marathon 2013.
Aditi is a Leadership Coach and holds an Associate Coach Certification (ACC) from International Coach Federation (ICF). She works with Business leaders, Entrepreneurs and Working women in order to support them in managing change, enhancing productivity and creating a deeper level of alignment inside out. Aditi is also the Head of Business at Sierra Next, a boutique leadership-consulting firm based out of Gurgaon. In this role, she supports leaders from diverse industries in meeting their desired business outcomes by helping them optimize on their internal leadership capability. Sierra Next helps organizations hire better, retain talent and develop & grow their leaders for the next level. Sierra Next is also the distributor of Hogan suite of Assessments in India and has clients from top consulting firms, MNCs and leading Indian companies.
In her 14 years of industry experience, Aditi has worked with both MNCs and start-ups. She has also headed the Education chair for the ICF, Delhi Chapter from 2014-2015 where she was responsible for bringing together the community of coaches based out of NCR and putting together several live and online events for the chapter