Twitter | Search | |
Kaur Rashmeet
Entrepreneur . Writer. Mechanical Engineer. Automobile Enthusiast. Feminist. Passionate Dancer and Swimmer. Wannabe photographer.
3,206
Tweets
296
Following
744
Followers
Tweets
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 13
To get ahead in the , you have to be seen. Being visible at work allows employees to demonstrate their skills, land prominent assignments, and build strategic relationships. For , however, the importance of creates a conundrum.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 14
India🇮🇳 climbed one spot to 130 out of 189 countries in the latest rankings released by United Nations Development Programme (). India’s value for 2017 is 0.640, which puts our country in the medium human development category.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 14
Between 1990 and 2017, India’s value increased from 0.427 to 0.640, an increase of nearly 50% – and an indicator of the country’s remarkable achievement in lifting millions of people out of .
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 14
As India 🇮🇳 inches towards ... Let's all join our hands in our fight against . Let's all in building a nation where each citizen has n . A nation can only thrive when its Women are 🙏🇮🇳
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Dr. Saundarya Rajesh Sep 14
Ok folks! Today's just getting better & better! Seriously cool achievement by India's 102 year old woman athlete. Here's a super moment for every woman thinking of re-starting her career! began hers at 93! !!
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
UNDP India Sep 14
’s value for 2017 is 0.640, which puts the country in the medium human development category according to the latest . Read more here:
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
UN Women Sep 14
A message from Paraguay on : We don't just need women in politics. We need women from all walks of life represented in the decision making processes.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
NASSCOM Sep 14
India holds the world's largest services base with over 7,500 firms in the sector. Here's a view into the division of the firms in the sector-
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 15
India 🇮🇳 Up One Spot in Rankings, But Falters on
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 16
We are super pumped to announce our '18 coming up soon. Watch this space for more details coming soon. Let's all
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Ananya Kamboj Sep 15
 is the key to eliminating gender inequality, to reducing poverty, to creating a sustainable planet, to preventing needless deaths and illness, and to fostering peace.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Stanford Business Sep 8
How big a role do diversity and inclusion play in your career choices?
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
R U OK? Sep 9
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. Every life lost to suicide represents someone’s partner, child, parent, friend or colleague. We need to work together to prevent suicide - we've all got a role to play.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
UN Women India Sep 10
"'s phone 📱 gap – 33% – is among the highest in the 🌏, surpassing several countries with comparable incomes, levels, & mobile phone costs". Read more here: via .
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
UN Women Sep 10
When did the word become so negative? Be a feminist, be proud.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 11
This Comic Perfectly Explains the Working Mothers Bear often have to do all of the planning and organizing around the house.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Lean In India Sep 2
Why "I'm a . I'm looking for part time work" is the wrong way to start
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Melinda Gates Sep 2
For most women, returning to work after a pregnancy brings challenges. It’s moving to hear speak so openly about the challenges she’s faced— and inspiring to see her determination to overcome them.
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
UN Women Sep 2
If current trends continue, the gender pay gap in the labour force will not close for another 68 years. Are you ready to wait until 2086? Certainly not! More inclusive global economic growth is possible:
Reply Retweet Like
Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Stanford Business Sep 2
We have no idea what innovations will rock the professional world 20 years from now. And, as Sheryl Sandberg explains, that’s exactly why it’s important to keep your career plans flexible. Read more:
Reply Retweet Like