Mentoring Journeys : The Giver of Stars

Mentoring Journeys : The Giver of Stars

After a steady dose of business non-fiction be it Deepa Narayan’s Chup or Sally Helgesen’s How women rise, I bought The Giver of Stars on a whim. As a corporate athlete turned entrepreneur and with Thrive entering the arena of social entrepreneurship, I am eager to...
Finding my tribe- makes it easy to be Woman

Finding my tribe- makes it easy to be Woman

The relationship between women is like a really complex biryani. It has so many ingredients, it needs to be marinated, to be cooked well, to be served with love, to be appreciated for all the effort. It is nuanced, flavoured differently at each bite. It makes you feel...
YOU ARE WINNING IT.

YOU ARE WINNING IT.

Homemaker. Career woman. Coach. Mother to two boys. Farmer. Entrepreneur. Friend. Wife. Woman. I am sure this hasn’t even scratched the surface when it comes to listing the so very many hats that a very close friend of mine dons. Entrepreneur. Has turned her passion...
Women and their love- hate relationship with Power

Women and their love- hate relationship with Power

I remember how as a junior associate I hated going to her meetings. My boss, Anne three levels up, had this way of dominating the entire meeting. If a shared services meeting wasn’t going well, she would somehow make it about herself. Of how the team was wilfully...
Can mentoring help female leaders navigate the double bind?

Can mentoring help female leaders navigate the double bind?

Kara had been with the organisation for almost a decade now. But with ailing parents at home and a partner who was recently diagnosed with a chronic illness, she found it difficult to manage her kids, home and work at the same time. It was better for her productivity...

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