Article by I-Winner Ms.Shoba Krishnan
After working for more than a decade it was difficult for me to decide if I need to take some time off my career to take care of personal responsibilities, finally I gave in to my heart and took a break to fulfil my responsibilities as a daughter and a mother. Once the situation was settled after two years, my effort to get back to work proved to be a HERCULEAN task. Read More » “WILL BE BACK…AFTER A SHORT BREAK!”
For women to stay active participants of the economy, it is important that they are in an environment where their economic centeredness is allowed to thrive. The most important change initiator in this regard would be the Indian Woman Professional herself.
Read More » “Financial Independence: What Women Should do for Themselves (Infographics)”
There has been much talk about the importance of positive thinking, the benefits of looking at the sunny side of things. This is not to ignore the facts of life, but to hold on to what gives us strength and resilience to down the negativity. Not by ignoring the negative but by giving more fire to the good, healthy, positive side of things.
Read More » “What’s your word cloud?”
Article By I-Winner Ms. Kavita Jhaveri
The Resume is considered the professional face of a worker. It connects the past with the hopeful future. It all looks good if you have gone from strength to strength and been exposed to reputed brand names throughout or most of your career. The deflect sets in once there is a break or a downgrade in your career.
Read More » “Build a better Resume after a Career Break”
Young, brown and female – it’s what the world at large and the corporate world in particular, remind me I am every single day, while all I am trying to be is me. And if there is anyone who can stop this, if there’s anyone who can convert this labelling to a strength rather than a weakness, it is only me.
Read More » “Advancing Your Own Career”
As I sat in the soundproof newsroom of TV18’s studio, listening intently to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s presentation of the Union Budget 2017, I was struck by how “corporate” he sounded. His talk was extremely well-researched (ever heard any other FM providing data points on exactly how many tax-payers were in each slab of income tax??), his budget paper was well-structured (describing the 10-point presentation) and he came across as someone cool and confident (laughing genially even when interrupted by Mallikarjun Kharge’s comments). His boss sat poker faced and watchful. Read More » “The budget from the eyes of a Woman and an Entrepreneur”
‘Women, the sales & the discounts’ – what is so novel about it, one may ask? It is as normal and self-explanatory as a phrase can get like say.. ..‘Bread, butter & jam’! With the e-commerce boom feeding the frenzy, it is nothing less than ubiquitous. Ladies & Gentlemen – While I am in complete cognisance of the fact that half of the world’s obsession with shopping is worth mulling over, this isn’t about it. Read More » “Women, the sales & the discounts!”
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The much-awaited budget has been announced – an unconventional one in many sense! For the record – a) the rail budget was merged with the union budget, breaking the legacy and b) the announcements have come almost a month earlier than the usual practice of the budget being presented on the last working day of February. Read More » “#UnionBudget2017: The Highlights”
The big day has dawned. Probably one of the most anticipated budgets of recent times, let’s look at what we can expect in the field of Women’s empowerment and the job scenario in general.
The 2016 budget saw a good trend towards bringing gender equality by re orienting and prioritising the resources for women. Read More » “India Budget 2017: What to expect?”