Rise of women to CEO roles strewn with challenges
Many Indian companies have institutionalised practices to boost representation of women in senior leadership and executive positions, but the rise to the corner office is still strewn with challenges.
Watch: Dipali Goenka’s ambitious plans for Welspun
In an exclusive interview conducted just before the second wave of the pandemic devastated India, Dipali Goenka, CEO and Joint MD, Welspun India Ltd., spoke about her company's growth plans.
Watch: Radhika Gupta on the need for gender diversity
In a chat with Fortune India, Radhika Gupta, MD and CEO of Edelweiss Asset Management, talks about how the fallout of the the Covid-19 pandemic can be used in a positive manner, among other things.
Women and their relationship with power
When women discover how to step into their power, they become more emotionally mature, stronger, independent, balanced, and better leaders.
Women leaders and the pandemic
The path towards leadership is fraught with many challenges for women. Thankfully, with a growing understanding of how successful women leaders can be, the future looks more promising.
A masked form of sexism
Benevolent sexism represents gender evaluations that may appear subjectively positive, but in reality, are damaging to people and gender equality at a broader scale.
The ‘good girl’ syndrome
Why you should stop trying to fit into the stereotype and other lessons in talking about your contribution, accepting compliments, and asking dumb questions.
Not enough women in senior roles in alternatives: Preqin
Women in senior roles are still a minority in the global alternatives industry; their representation grows just 0.9% in two years.
MPW Summit: Change and the role of millennials
Successful women leaders have to be a catalyst for empowering other women at the workplace. Change is happening, but slowly. Women leaders believe the millennial woman can speed it up.