The Power of Allyship to Advance Women’s Leadership

This month, Tap In was the knowledge partner for a G20 #Empower Jan Bhagidari event hosted at The Lalit, in partnership with the wonderful FICCI CSR team. We brought together some incredible leaders and had very engaging, interactive discussions. You can watch and share your comments.

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The event kickstarted with a power-packed panel discussion that delved into the crucial topic of #allyship and its role in driving the advancement of women in leadership positions. The speakers Shereen BhanMonika HalanShivraj Parshad, and Amrita Tripathi shared their insights and engaged in thought-provoking discussions.

🤝 Recognising the Importance of Allyship
🤝 Policies that are open, accessible, consistent and transparent across the board and work for the people
🤝 Creating an environment that is consistently collaborative
🤝 Mentoring and Sponsorship for Women Leaders
🤝 Embracing Collective Responsibility
🤝 Change begins at home
🤝 Build a listening culture & culture of gratitude

Together, let’s continue to champion allyship and drive meaningful change in advancing women’s leadership. 

“The world is sitting on a $27 trillion lever, that we can unlock if we enable equity and women’s participation in the workforce,” says Dr. Sangita Reddy

💪 Embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion isn’t just a moral imperative, it’s a smart business move. It drives innovation, attracts top talent, and fuels sustainable growth

Watch an Incredible panel discussion featuring Asha Kharga Kanta Singh Eittee Gupta Shubhrata Prakash Poonam Tyagi and Preetha Athrey in conversation on DE&I as Good Business Sense. Insightful and inspiring, our panellists shared experiences and highlighted the power of diversity and inclusion in driving employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and long-term business success.

And the final panel of the day addressed the issue of removing blockers for women to scale up. Sairee Chahal, Founder-CEO, Sheroes, Founder, Mahila Money, Shreyasi Singh, Founder-CEO of Harappa, Nagma Mulla, CEO, EdelGive Foundation speak to Prachi Rastogi, Diversity and Inclusion Leader – APAC, of IBM about what the blockers are when women founders kick off.

From writing cheques instead of ‘just’ offering advice, to refusing to be stereotyped, and paying it forward, the three CEOs shared some very actionable insights and real talk.

Watch this incredible panel discussion here and do share your thoughts with us. #Onward

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