Central Coordination Cell, SGT University organized its second lecture on “Women Leadership” with Mrs. Sheenu Banerjee.

With an aim to develop leadership potential amongst its female faculties and professors, SGT University today welcomed Mrs. Sheenu Banerjee, an entrepreneur, educator, and consultant with over 17 years of diverse experience, including stints with the Australian and New Zealand High Commissions. Mrs. Banerjee was also the recipient of the “Women Leader of the Year 2023” award. This event marked the second edition of SGT University’s “Women Leadership” lecture series, started by the Central Coordination Cell of the university. Dr. Waheeda Khan, Professor and Advisor of the Faculty of Behavioral Sciences; Rajneesh Wadhwa, Dean, Office of External Affairs; and Rajeev Gulati, Advisor, SGT University, were present on the occasion.

The program started with the lighting of the lamp and the presentation of a bouquet and memento to Mrs. Banerjee. The title of her lecture was “Striving to Thrive: The Status of Women in Leadership.”

During her time on stage, Mrs. Banerjee discussed the various incidents of her wonderful professional life and the factors that contributed to her advancement to her current position. She credited her ongoing curiosity and self-assurance in her communication skills for earning her first promotion.

She continued by discussing the traits of female leaders that enable them to succeed, such as the capacity for multitasking and superior soft skills not present in their male counterparts. “Data from around the world has demonstrated that boards with a higher proportion of women have a more positive economic impact on a company.” “No question.”

Her very last piece of advice to the professors in the audience was to write down their achievements and qualities and think of one attribute they would need to grow in and work on for the next year. She stated that this was her first time giving a lecture in front of so many professors and expressed her best wishes for the “Women Leadership” lecture series run by SGT University, adding that she is impressed by SGT’s efforts to want and actively look for women to lead in education.

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