About Womentoring

The 'WoMentoring' Committee has a mission to connect and inspire women to advance in their careers. This committee will help network and forge connections to encourage our talented female population to build their careers in India. Our members include Heads of HR, senior-level managers, business owners, as well as women at mid and entry levels in their careers. 
 
In 2013, NHRDN Mumbai Chapter has initiated and led a number of initiatives under the aegis of ‘WoMentoring’ These include:
 
  1. Quarterly Workshops covering Self-empowerment, Genders at Work, Building business leaders mindset to embrace diversity, Gender and Leadership style, Personal Safety for Women and many others
  2. Conferences to celebrate and learn from leaders especially women leaders
  3. Partnered research with Bright Horizons Consultancy, USA on Women's issues in the workplace
  4. Training on Mentoring, Gender sensitization etc. to be offered on demand to corporate and educational institutions
  5. Training on Prevention of Sexual Harassment for faculty of educational institutes, students and to be offered on demand to corporates
  6. Mentoring of twenty female students of the Welingkar institutes MBA batch on a pilot basis
  7. Power sessions to share Diversity Best practices with participants from the industry  and other corporate on request
  8. Developing the WoMentoring brand by launching a web page and brand awareness initiatives
 
….and many more!
 

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The Case for a OE group in organizations & a OE body of Knowledge in HRD By R. Anand, Convener, OE Core Group, NHRDN; Amit Malik, Co-Convener; Dhananjay Singh, Executive Director, NHRDN;
The Case for a OE group in organizations & a OE body of Knowledge in HRD By R. Anand, Convener, OE Core Group, NHRDN; Amit Malik, Co-Convener; Dhananjay Singh, Executive Director, NHRDN;
The distance organizations need to travel from ‘Good’ to ‘Great’ depends a lot on their ability to deliver sustained business performance that creates a win-win for all key stakeholders. A key enabler to this is a robust Performance Management system that motivates employees to take stretch goals and reward them for the meaningful contributions.
Planning for talent – quality and quantity – and then attracting them is one of the constant challenges HR professionals face in today’s War for Talent. Does your organization have a formal manpower planning process? What are the recruitment channels you use most frequently? What recruitment metrics are used by organizations?