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The everywomanWorld series catches up with Change Manager Saraswathi Hariharasubramanian (she goes by Saraswathi H for an easier life!), as the Royal Bank Of Scotland’s India office makes its annual preparations for International Women’s Day.
In the beginning
To celebrate women everywhere, we want to showcase the lives of women living all over the world.
Every woman is a role model for someone else, no matter what they do, or where they are in the world. Send us a picture of you, your job title, and where you are in the world, using #everywomaneverywhere, and we'll share it with the world to inspire others.
Do you use the words ‘sorry’ or ‘err’ far too much? The language you use is central to building respect and leadership credentials in the workplace. These small utterances, and much more, will affect the way others see your ability to lead.
Catch up with the highlights of our Twitter chat with Trudy Norris-Grey.
Trudy Norris-Grey is a General Manager for the mammoth brand Microsoft and the Chair of WISE (Women in Science, Engineering & Technology) an organisation that encourages women and girls to pursue careers in the industry.
Watch our interview with Hayley Tatum, Senior Vice President of People at ASDA. Hayley leads a team that oversees over 200,000 people in the UK - so it's fair to say she knows a thing or two about recruitment. Frequently voted the best place to work and lauded with awards, ASDA is renowned in the world of HR. At the helm of this commendable operation, Hayley speaks to us about her HR principles and the lessons she’s learned in her career up to date.
Hearing Mitzie Almquist share her stories with audiences of hundreds of the world’s most senior business executives, you’d find it hard to believe that Gap International’s Chief Leadership Officer ever struggled to find her voice.
Did you know that 94% of women are happy to have a career in technology or that 82% of the industry think the sector isn’t accurately portrayed in the media?
Get to know the industry inside out and how it’s continuing to shape the world. Explore the latest technology research and the organisations connecting women and girls.
The everywomanWorld series catches up with Financial Controller Enid Katorobo as she prepares to leave her current role – and her home country – to head up change in the financial control division of Barclays Africa’s head office in Johannesburg.
Be a role model - share your story with thousands of women.
In the run up to the everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology, we're reaching out to individuals in and around the sector to find out how important technology is to them - and we need YOU!