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Want To See More Women On Shop-Floor: Sminu Jindal

Want To See More Women On Shop-Floor: Sminu Jindal

May 14 2014

May 14: Traditionally owned family businesses in India have had big issues of attracting the right kind of talent. Watch as Mini Menon asks Sminu Jindal, MD, Jindal SAW, if enough is being done by organisations to attract talent and retain talent in the long-term.

Women Make Great Managers: Sminu Jindal

Women Make Great Managers: Sminu Jindal

May 14 2014

May 14: Indian business is dominated by family owned enterprises and most of them have been traditionally patriarchal. But a lot has changed over the years and new generation of educated young ladies are walking in wanting to drive change. Sminu Jindal, MD, Jindal SAW, has been a torchbearer of this trend. Mini Menon caught up with Jindal and asked her how she manages her hectic work schedule along with family priorities.

Was Very Resilient: Sminu Jindal

Was Very Resilient: Sminu Jindal

May 14 2014

May 14: Overcoming challenges has been a part of her life and you could say that Sminu Jindal has had more than a fair share of it. Born into a traditional Marwari business family an accident left Jindal partially paralyzed when she was 11. But, that didn’t deter her ambitions and what stands out when you meet the MD of Jindal SAW, is the fact that she has taken it all on her chin and turned adversity into opportunities.

Cos Need More Women: Chitra Ramakrishna

Cos Need More Women: Chitra Ramakrishna

May 02 2014

May 2: Chitra Ramakrishna, MD, NSE, has pull off a tough balancing act to juggle family and work, in order to reach the top. Watch as Mini Menon asks Ramakrishna about some of the learnings from her journey that can help young female aspirants to climb the corporate ladder.

It’s All About Planning: Chitra Ramakrishna

It’s All About Planning: Chitra Ramakrishna

May 02 2014

May 2: Today some of India’s biggest financial companies are led by women. Most came in to the work force in the 1980’s and interestingly many grew out of the government owned institutional lending set up. Chitra Ramakrishna, MD, NSE, herself started her career at IDBI. Mini Menon finds out if the old government run undertakings really helped women in seeking fulfilling opportunities.

Few Takers For New Challenges: Chitra Ramakrishna

Few Takers For New Challenges: Chitra Ramakrishna

May 02 2014

May 2: She heads India’s largest stock exchange and carries her responsibility pretty effortlessly, but few know the workings of NSE as well as Chitra Ramakrishna. As a part of the five-member team, Ramakrishna and her colleagues set out to do what seemed impossible i.e. to take on BSE and that too just when stock markets in India had been shaken up by one of the biggest scams. Mini Menon caught up with the MD of NSE and began by asking Ramakrishna about her journey so far.

Lessons In Strategy

Lessons In Strategy

Apr 29 2014

April 29: Bloomberg TV India brings you Harvard Business School Professor Tarun Khanna's views on the BRIC economies potential every Wednesday. Today, Bloomberg TV India is hosting a special strategy event in Mumbai. Mini Menon, who will be hosting the series, shares more details on the same.

Not Scared Of Risks: Shikha Sharma

Not Scared Of Risks: Shikha Sharma

Apr 28 2014

April 28: Shikha Sharma, CEO, Axis Bank, is someone who does not fear giving up her comfort zone to take risks. Watch as Mini Menon asks Sharma how she overcame her introvert personality to reach the helm of the third largest private bank of the country.

Looked Beyond Money: Shikha Sharma

Looked Beyond Money: Shikha Sharma

Apr 28 2014

April 28: Shikha Sharma, who is an alumnus of IIM- Ahmedabad, began her career with ICICI bank in 1980. She believes that as much as she helped ICICI transform, it helped shape her career. She laid the foundation of ICICI's personal finance services business and insurance arm, an experience that Sharma believes opened up a whole new world for her. Even today she counts her former bosses K.V. Kamath and Narayanan Vaghul as mentors who influenced her.

One Needs To Be Confident: Shikha Sharma

One Needs To Be Confident: Shikha Sharma

Apr 28 2014

April 28: She is someone who does not fear giving up her comfort zone to take risks. In fact, Shikha Sharma, CEO, Axis Bank, will tell you just how important taking that leap of faith is to get ahead. After three decades at ICICI Bank, leading and heading some of the bank’s big subsidiaries as they grew, Sharma took the role of the CEO of Axis Bank in 2009. Watch as Sharma says, “Nobody is going to be kinder to you because you are a woman.”

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