TalentNomics India is joining hands with TiE Delhi-NCR to organize a conference in New Delhi titled “Leading a world where uncertainty is the only certainty: Talent Agility 2025”. It is scheduled to be hosted at WelcomHotel Sheraton in Saket on February 15. The conclave will focus on the need for qualified and competent leadership in today’s rapidly changing world, with a special emphasis on women leaders.
The event will include discussions about the future of jobs for all, especially women, and how it is going to take high key leadership skills, competencies, and traits driving success in a world of uncertainties. It will help in building a gender-balanced pipeline of tomorrow’s successful leaders. Through this conference, TalentNomics India and TiE Delhi-NCR aim to provide India’s finest minds a space to engage in meaningful conversations. Also, to exchange insights and cross-examine ideas that can make the future business landscape into a satisfactory reality for both men and women.
At the end of the conference, each participant will leave with a better socio-economic understanding of the world and an appreciation of their role in values like agility, adaptability, and other key traits that are becoming of successful leaders
The conclave will also serve as an opportunity for leaders of tomorrow to connect with the various domain leaders of today.
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TalentNomics India is dedicated to growing the pool of women leaders in South Asia. It seeks to eliminate the gender gap at leadership levels. They believe that having more women in leadership positions has a very positive effect of enhancing female participation in the workforce. Their vision is to reimagine the leadership canvas in South Asia with an equal representation of women.
TiE has a wide range of programs, including TiE Global Summit, TiEcon, Startup Expo, Special Interest Groups (SIGs) across sectors, TiE Institute & TiE Young Entrepreneurs.
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Sonakshi Goel is an intern with SheThePeople.TV