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SheThepeople February 16, 2019
Fifty per cent of our working population will be millennials and Gen Zers by 2020 comprising of aspiring young girls and boys wanting to make to it to the corporate sector. How do we leverage the available talent—particularly the under-utilized talent of women across South Asia to make a more gender-neutral workforce? To attain an answer to this, and many more questions related to the declining women in the workforce, TalentNomics India held a conference on 15 February in New Delhi. TalentNomics India partnered TiE Delhi NCR to organise a conference on 15 February in New Delhi.
Franchise India 16 February, 2019
TiE Delhi-NCR, one of the most vibrant chapters within the global TiE network, has partnered with TalentNomics India to organize a conference in New Delhi titled "Leading a world where uncertainty is the only certainty: Talent Agility 2025". Hosted yesterday, the conclave focused on the need for qualified and competent leadership in today’s rapidly changing world, with a special emphasis on women leaders.
Talent Agility Conference to Focus on Need for Women Leaders
SheThepeople February 13, 2019
TalentNomics India is joining hands with TiE Delhi-NCR to organize a conference in New Delhi titled “Leading a world where uncertainty is the only certainty: Talent Agility 2025”. It is scheduled to be hosted at WelcomHotel Sheraton in Saket on February 15. The conclave will focus on the need for qualified and competent leadership in today’s rapidly changing world, with a special emphasis on women leaders.
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