Ashoka University’s Genpact Centre for Women’s Leadership(GCWL) on 15th November 2018, culminated the final phase of its Breakthrough training programme for returning and working mothers. The two-day training conducted from 14th – 15th November in Gurugram focused on managing power& influences at workplace, building networks for career growth and navigating difficult conversations at home & work through the reintegration process.
This year, 45 women participated in the programme taking the total number of women trained under Breakthrough to 70. Last year, GCWL conducted the training for 25 working mothers from various organisations.
The trainings, conducted over three phases from August to November, have been designed to equip the participants with specific skillsets that are mastering key leadership behaviors and skillsets that propel participants towards the C-Suite career track, assess & re-engineer existing support systems for improved work-life balance, navigating professional hurdles through mentoring opportunities, and navigating tough conversations.
As part of Phase 3, GCWL has engaged subject matter experts and industry professional tofacilitate different components of the training and offer mentorship through experience sharing. Some of the key speakers for the final phase of training include Vrinda Grover, Lawyer & Human Rights Activist, Dipali Sheth, Vice President – People Strategy & Organisational Development, Ashoka University, Gagan Adlakha, Leadership Coach & Senior Partner – Vyaktitva, and Sonali Jain, Assistant Vice President, Genpact, Diversity & Inclusion.