Women Lead
Aug 26, 2016
10:00 AM - 06:00 PM (Asia/Kolkata)
AWS, 5th Floor, Salcon Rasvilas
New Delhi,India View map →

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Women Lead - Leadership Lab for Young Women Leaders.

The aim is to equip us with strategies that work for women in leadership roles. The lab will have limited no’s and will be highly interactive & experiential. There will be experience sharing by a couple of women leaders and we will look at leadership through the lens of gender. The focus will be on actionable strategies that research has shown to work for women leaders.


Women in leadership positions (people managers) in corporates, government, NGO’s or entrepreneurs.


The methodology will be highly experiential with a mix of video’s, group discussions, experience sharing by women leaders, questionnaires, management games and activities.


Rs 5,000/- + tax / participant

Why should you attend?

Looking at leadership through the lens of gender bias

Focus on actionable strategies

Interactive & experiential workshop

Experience sharing by women leaders

Experience sharing by woman leaders

Payal Koul Mirakhur – Chief Strategy Officer Aricent.

Deepika Chaudhury Executive Director Legal Xerox APAC.

Megha Consul, Neonatologist and Head NICU at Max Gurgaon


 Lovely Kumar     Gitanjali Saksena    Anila Rattan

They are experienced facilitators, trainers , psychometric assessors & coaches with over around 60 years of cumulative work experience.

They help organisations align their people strategies to their business goals.

Over the course of their careers they have worked with leading players across industry segments like Telecom, Banking, Hospitality, Media, IT/ITES, Manufacturing, etc.

  1. ​AWS,
    5th Floor, Salcon Rasvilas,
    New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Organiser : Lovely kumar

Lovely Kumar 

Mob: 91-9899108659Chief-Projects, Larks Learning Pvt. Ltd.


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