A question that begs an answer is, where are all those women, who were recruited between 2001 and 2010, should they not have been at leadership levels today? Why were we not able to retain them, nurture them, grow them?
The answer lies somewhere between the approach taken by the organisations and the deep rooted biases and stereotypes that still exist, and need to be broken. And to do that, we will have a candid conversation with Minal Srivastava, who will take us through her journey of navigating through personal and professional life, breaking barriers and emerging as a leader on her own terms.
An alumnus of MICA, Minal Srivastava comes with more than 19 years of robust work experience. She joined the Dalmia Bharat Group, a manufacturing conglomerate dealing in Cement, Sugar & Refractories from Shalimar Paints- the oldest paints brand in South Asia. She has worked with brands like Apple, Kohler, Usha international. She is actively involved across various mentoring platforms helping hone more women leaders and encourage participation of women in business.
Over the years she has also consulted many starts ups and helped craft their strategy, growth and marketing.
She is a Recipient of multiple awards -recognised as ‘Exceptional Woman Of Excellence’ 2019 – conferred by WEF, 50 Most Influential Strategy Leaders 2019, 50 Most Influential Women, 2020.
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