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Lean In India is the India chapter of Lean In organisation which is a global organisation that aims to promote women to conquer their dreams
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Sanya Khurana Apr 18
And the trailer of the book is OUT !! P.S. Thank you Khushi Khurana for shooting the video <3 <3
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Adam Grant Mar 27
If you quit at a low point, you’re putting too much weight on present pain and too little weight on potential future growth. Quit on a high note, and you’ll be left with fewer regrets. :
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Adam Grant Mar 21
When men make self-deprecating jokes, they’re seen as more capable leaders. When women do it, they’re judged as less capable. Reminder: if a woman pokes fun at herself, it’s not a sign of incompetence. It’s a sign of humility and wit.
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Lean In India Mar 7
in collaboration with Lean In India Corporate Network brings one of a kind event on 16th March'19 , powered by in collaboration with . Hurry up, and register here -
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Lean In India Mar 6
Learn from the best in the industry. Lean In India Corporate Network and bring Women Negotiating for themselves ,powered by . Register here. Hurry Up.
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Lean In India Mar 5
Women ask for more ! Join us on 16th March, 19 at , sector 18 , Gurgaon. Hurry up, register here -
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Lean In India Mar 4
Come and learn How to Stand up for Yourself and ask for more. Join us on 16th March, 19 , Sector 18, Gurgaon . In collaboration with and Hurry up, register here -
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Lean In India Feb 27
Reasons to attend the event. #10 Because nobody wants to be paid less for their efforts
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Lean In India Feb 26
Reasons to attend the event ! #9 Every young girl deserves a role model like Wonder Woman
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Lean In India Feb 25
Reasons to attend the event. #8 More than half our nations are still run by men and we need more women representation at the top.
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Lean In India Feb 24
Reasons to attend the event ! #7 More Women need to support each other by joining hands and being a part of a larger community
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Lean In India Feb 23
Reasons to attend the event ! #6 Women do not sit at the table and barely raise their hand in important conversations.
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Adam Grant Feb 23
"Power corrupts" lets powerful people off the hook. The way you use power reveals on the outside what was already inside. The ultimate test of character: how you treat people who lack power.
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Lean In India Feb 22
Reasons to attend the event ! #5 Women are hard wired to not speak up in social setups .
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Lean In India Feb 21
Reasons to attend the event ! #4 Women tend to put themselves at back seat.
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Lean In India Feb 21
Reasons to attend the event ! #3 We still don't have enough women at Leadership Positions. setups by social norms.
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Lean In India Feb 19
#1 Women need to speak for themselves at workplace. Reasons to attend the event .
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Lean In India Feb 17
Reasons to attend the event on 16th March. #2 Women get paid less than men for doing the exactly same job. Let's Negotiate for ourselves better. . Register here -
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Lean In India Feb 16
Reasons to attend the event on 16th March. #1 It is important to raise your hand and opinion at workplace. . Register here -
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Shantha Mohan, Ph.D. Feb 15
Several women engineers from my book “Roots and Wings” come to mind. And I had several years of break before getting my Ph.D. and embarking on my second career. And all this several decades ago! You can do it too!
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