Business Today, Electrolux's women themed seminar tomorrow

NEW DELHI: Electrolux Kelvinator has adopted a unique platform to recognise women’s unmatched contribution to the world’s social, political and economic development. The company is organising a daylong knowledge series on Women who made a difference, in partnership with Business magazine, Business Today.

Elizabeth Coffey who wrote the novel 10 Things That Keep CEOs Awake At Night will attend and conduct the knowledge series. The event takes place on 6 November. .

The knowledge series will include two sessions. The first part will be a workshop conducted by Elizabeth Coffey, followed by a thought-provoking session along with super-women achievers of India. The workshop will include an interactive session on leadership styles energising organizations; bi-focal vision - short and long term; hands on/off, work-life balance. The event will also witness the release of a Business Today’s special issue titled: India’s Most Powerful Business Women.

Electrolux MD, CEO Rajeev Karwal added, “As an organisation, Electrolux Kelvinator has always paid special attention to women who have been associated with us - as customers, as colleagues and as opinion leaders. Since, we firmly believe that success and leadership are not gender bias, we are proud to be associated with this prestigious event and hope to absorb some of the leadership secrets shared by these extraordinary women in our organisation.”

Business Today's executive director Ashish Bagga said, “As India’s number one business magazine we tell it as it is. The fact is that women are increasingly playing an important role in business, even at the highest level. Women are also an important audience for us as evident in some of our editorial offerings such as the survey we have done with NFO India on the Safest Cities for Working Women, which appears in this special issue. Our Managing Tomorrow series is a value-add we offer to our readers and I am happy that we have been able to dedicate an event to women executives.”

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