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Kaur Rashmeet
Entrepreneur . Writer. Mechanical Engineer. Automobile Enthusiast. Feminist. Passionate Dancer and Swimmer. Wannabe photographer.
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Lean In India Jul 4
Responsibility of taking care of the children n elderly at home is one of the main obstacles to moving into better jobs. According to International Labour Organisation (ILO), in 🇮🇳 women spend 297 mins per day on the care, 9.6 times more than men.
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Lean In India Jul 4
Millennial exude confidence like never before, ready to break through the old boys’ networks n make a mark of their own. The female of the real world are not satisfied being on the sidelines n are ready to fight their own battles.
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Lean In India Jul 4
Why Workplace Mentoring Programs Fail
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World Economic Forum Jul 4
Breaking gender stereotypes, one 'little person' at a time. Read more:
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MardonWaaliBaat Jul 4
Working dads increasingly expect (and want!) an equal home role. Enabling this will help mums and families to thrive too...
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Lean In India Jul 4
If are to succeed at work and have a fulfilling home life it requires to do exactly what they are starting to do in bigger numbers: take at home and demand at work where they need it.
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Lean In India Jul 5
Huddle Up with n entrepreneurs of Delhi/NCR, start-up expert n global business leader . Save ur Saturday to engage with n , brainstorm n collaborate on methods to propel Indian startup ecosystem. Sign:
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Lean In Jul 5
Networking can feel intimidating—but it's an effective way to make new connections and get ahead. Here’s how to build a network that can help kick-start your career.
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Lean In Jun 29
Tip: When you walk into a meeting feeling insecure, remind yourself that you’ve earned your position. Then take a seat at the table, raise your hand, and surprise yourself. Get more tips:
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Lean In Jun 28
Congratulations to the ! 🎓 Read our top 10 tips for graduates to help you on your next adventure.
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Lean In Jun 28
Simple steps to create allies and empower your children.
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Lean In Jun 28
Did you know? Boys who grow up in more equal homes are more likely to create equal homes as adults. Learn how to raise your children in an equal home with these tips.
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Lean In Jun 27
When dads challenge gender bias at home, kids see more possibilities for themselves. Here's how to raise your kids to believe they can be anything.
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Lean In Jun 27
People decide how competent you are in a fraction of a second. 55 percent of that decision is based on body language.
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Lean In Jun 26
These two women built the most powerful supercomputer in the world. 💪
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Lean In India Jul 5
We are super proud to announce as our 'Community Partners'. We are so happy to join hands with the incredible team of . Let's .
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Lean In India Jul 5
We are super proud to be a partner for Career Konnect 2018, India’s largest career event for to get connected with leading employers who are committed to build a workforce. Register here:
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Lean In Jul 5
It can be hard to feel confident when you’re just starting your career—and research shows it’s even harder for women. Learn how you can communicate with confidence with these tips.
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Elizabeth Nyamayaro Jul 5
German women can now find out what men earn — why don’t they? via
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UN Women Jul 6
Young girls shouldn't be stopped from: 🏌️‍♀️playing a game, 👩‍🏫taking a school course, or 👩‍🔧choosing a future career just because of gender stereotypes and expectations. RT if you agree!
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