Do Women have what it takes to Lead?

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This topic has been debated many times when it comes to gender and leadership. Some of the challenges for women, while climbing up the corporate ladder, can be gender bias, stereotypes and wrong judgement. But women in leadership roles have always proved their potential in taking up new challenges, being flexible at work and performing a delicate balancing act by using communal and inclusive approach to motivate her team. But yet…

Why don’t we have more female leaders navigate up the corporate ladder?
Can women in leadership roles set the stage for growth?
How does gender diversity at board and senior management positions promote corporate growth?

Let’s hear from our honored guests!

Join us, while we discuss the Do Women have what it takes to Lead? (the second part of Women at work series) with our honored guests Harlina Sodhi, Head of Centre of Excellence for Employee Engagement, Communication and Diversity at Reliance Industries Limited and Rashmi Putcha, Co-founder & CEO of DMTIIndia on Dec 10th, Tuesday at 8PM IST / 8.30 CST / 9.30 EST.

Meet Harlina Sodhi CPLP®, PMP, APMC

Harlina is the Head of Centre of Excellence for Employee Engagement, Communication and Diversity at Reliance Industries Limited. She also leads Reliance’s HR Academy – a powerhouse of building deep HR domain expertise in partnership with SHRM.

She has 22 years of experience having worked in companies such as Xerox, General Electric and Genpact prior to Reliance Industries…which is where she gets her DNA of Quality, Process Excellence, Project Management, Leadership and Organizational Development with fanatic focus on Employee engagement practices.
She has done her Master in English from Punjab University and has multiple professional certifications to her credit. Some of the notable one’s are – PMP from PMI – US, Six Sigma in GB/BB from GE and CPLP from ASTD. She is now well on her way to getting the GPHR from SHRM as well…..

Harlina has been closely associated in the field of Diversity for nearly 10 years, first as an active member of GE Women’s network, moving on to setting up and leading GenWin (Gender Diversity Initiative of Genpact), has been a core member of WILL (Women in Leadership) forum and now as Head of Diversity for Reliance Industry.
At Reliance Harlina has been at the core of Learning and Development Business Transformation journey for Reliance Industries and was the Head – HR for Shared Services before her current role.

Harlina’s personal interest range from Adventure sports to Urdu poetry and she is now experimenting with the amazing world of Social Media. She has been invited by NHRDN to be on their committee for Diversity and Inclusion and help draft out policies and practices to help corporate India. Follow her on twitter @Harlinasodhi

Meet Rashmi Putcha

An advertising professional since 2003 and an INSEAD grad, Rashmi is the founder & CEO of the Digital Marketing Training Institute. Her company has provided digital marketing training to some of the top business schools and corporate houses in the country. DMTI is supported by the top digital marketers of the country and has become a brand to be reckoned with in a short span of time.

Before founding DMTI, Rashmi was also running an advertising agency called RedEye Media which she co-founded in 2002. She specializes in the area of student acquisition for Higher Education. In the last year, however, most of her waking hours are spent at DMTI. Rashmi is an artist & dabbles in oils. She loves home decor & has undertaken several interior design projects for close friends and family. Follow her on twitter @RashmiPutcha

Join us while we discuss!

Do you have any questions for our guests, hit the hashtag #IndiaHRLIVE during the LIVE show!!

Where can you watch the LIVE show?
You can watch the LIVE show at our website Home Page or at our Youtube
channel during the scheduled time


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