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CII Telangana Woman's Day Seminar
CII Telangana Woman's Day Seminar

Woman’s competing priorities limit her progress in career, says CII Telangana Chairperson Vanita

Woman’s competing priorities limit her progress in career, said CII Telangana Chairperson Datla while speaking in a seminar on International Women’s Day in Hyderabad yesterday.

The seminar on ‘Woman –An Anchor for Life:  New Possibilities…New Horizons’ was organized by CII Indian Women Network in association with NHRD and SCSC.

Addressing the audience at the seminar, Ms. Vanita said she believes that a woman constantly engages in multiple roles in her life.

“Many a time, woman’s competing priorities limit her progress in career primarily because of the challenges associated with juggling work and family,” she noted.

“It is commendable that women in general have risen up to the challenge of multitasking under pressure and deliver efficiently both professionally and personally.

“However, the onus is also on the family and the organizations to create an environment conducive for her constant professional growth and success.”

Panelists at the seminar discussed their personal challenges in their leadership journey and attitudes a woman should possess to emerge as a leader. The seminar was attended by over 500 working professionals, entrepreneurs and industry leaders.

Among prominent speakers at the event were: Ms Suchitra Ella, chairperson, Bharat Biotech International Ltd, Ms. Kiranmayi Pendyala, CVP, HR, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Ms. Ananda Shankar, Classical Performer and IAS, Ms. Karuna Gopal, Smart Cities Advisor to Government of India, Mr. Madhu Poomalil Managing Director, D. E. Shaw India, ans  Bharani Kumar Aroll, Secretary, SCSC (Society for Cyberabad Security Services).

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