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Kaur Rashmeet
Entrepreneur . Writer. Mechanical Engineer. Automobile Enthusiast. Feminist. Passionate Dancer and Swimmer. Wannabe photographer.
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Kaur Rashmeet retweeted
Rachel Thomas Nov 29
A meaningful and moving talk by on how acceptance and healing are a continual process after hardship. This is a must-watch. Thank you, Boz for sharing your story and inspiring us to take an active approach to life’s challenges.
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Rachel Thomas Dec 18
In the six years since Lean In was published, the phrase “lean in” has been used to mean many things — often far from what we intended. Here’s what it really stands for.
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Lean In Dec 31
As we close the books on 2018, we celebrate this history-making year for women. And as we do, let’s keep up the fight—and turn these firsts into seconds, thirds, and many more. 💪
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Janine Clayton, MD Jan 3
I recently sat down w/ Rachel Thomas of ’s Tilted podcast to discuss the role of sex and gender in health & disease. & Dr. Esther Choo of also provided their thoughts. You can listen online here:
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Rachel Thomas Jan 3
Congratulations to the 100+ women sworn into U.S. Congress today—the most diverse group elected yet. I am cheering you on! 👏 Photo Credit: Chip Somodevilla /
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Rachel Thomas Jan 9
Lean In Circles are small groups where women support each other — and they are the heart of Lean In. Last year, over 5,000 new Circles were started — the fastest growth we’ve seen in four years. See how they are driving change around the world at
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Rachel Thomas Jan 10
More proof that women can be a powerful force for change in the world:
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Rachel Thomas Jan 11
These women inspire me — and they are all part of Lean In Circles, small groups where women come together to support each other. Circle by Circle, they are pushing back on bias, lifting each other up, and making our world a more equal place.
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Rachel Thomas Jan 15
As President of Lean In and a mother of a 13-year-old son, thank you for stepping up and taking on one of the most important issues related to gender equality – toxic masculinity. This is a crucial step in supporting women—and helping raise the next generation.
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Prashant Bhatnagar Jan 17
Re-skilling will assist in matching new age jobs with the talent pool, but an enabling environment needs to be created.
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Sanya Khurana Jan 17
There is no one set of people that can be held accountable. Instead of upskilling, awareness and consistent discussions on breaking barriers can help retain women
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
- Training women to negotiate for their own worth.  - Skill development programs at work place to ensure women don't feel under confident.
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
Women's issues at work place are not a laundry list of human rights. They are actual time management problems that need to be taken care of through policy making
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
Women talking about their stories more often in both internal and external forums
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
Trainings to encourage women to speak up and put forth their opinion by raising their hand
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
Promoting a culture where women see more women role models for more realistic realization of their dreams.
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
Male female mentoring models to set the conversation between the two and reach a comfort level.  Sharing success stories of men supporting women with everyone through newsletters.
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
Customized programs and policies in the organization spear headed by women leadership to embolden their trust in organization,Regular interaction between the two set of women to break the ice,Encouraging difficult and vulnerable conversations through open dialogue forums.
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Kaur Rashmeet Jan 17
Some solution sets are: a)Women supporting other women 1. Personal challenges while rising to the top makes their journey very difficult and the leaders very indifferent to the issues of their juniors.  2. More focus on conscious peer Mentoring by women at leadership positions.
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JobsForHer Jan 17
Excellent point what are the steps that companies can take today to hold on to the mid-level female employees?
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