How to Chart Your Leadership Journey?

India’s overall Female Workforce Participation rates which continue to hover at 20% have long been a much talked about area of concern for policymakers, government and economists alike. At the same time, another related challenge that needs to be addressed is the representation of women in leadership roles.

Gender parity at leadership level roles within Corporate India will not only pay a social dividend in the form of a more balanced and inclusive society, but diversity at leadership levels in corporate organizations has its own merit. Research clearly shows that diverse companies do better in the long run even financially and are more responsive and adapt better to changing market dynamics. They are simply more sustainable and likely to do well over longer periods. Additionally, more women in leadership roles are usually linked to higher job satisfaction and commitment to the organization — for people of all genders.

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