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ET Prime celebrates women’s excellence in business and innovation at inaugural Women Leadership Awards

This was the inaugural edition of the awards, which have been instituted by the new members-only, alldigital offering of The Economic Times, ET Prime
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From left, Nidhi Pant, Gayatri Yadav, Divya Kohli, Anu Aga, Aditi Avasthi, Safeena Hussain, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Alice Vaidyan, Vibha Padalkar, Mira Kulkarni, Rashmi Daga, Preeti Gupta BCCL
From left, Nidhi Pant, Gayatri Yadav, Divya Kohli, Anu Aga, Aditi Avasthi, Safeena Hussain, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Alice Vaidyan, Vibha Padalkar, Mira Kulkarni, Rashmi Daga, Preeti Gupta
"I would like to touch upon two emotions which trouble women and come in the way of their growth: guilt and lack of self-confidence. I urge women to battle these emotions and change the scripts that were handed over to them in their early years,” said Anu Aga, former chairperson, Thermax, while delivering her keynote address at the ET Prime
to settle down,” Meena Ganesh, said at the panel. Geetha Manjunath, founder, Niramai Health Analytix, advised women to follow their dreams. “My personal mantra is, learn something new everyday and remember that whatever happens is for the good,” she said. The curtains went down on the awards ceremony with an electric performance by the rock band Dharavi Reloaded.
"I would like to touch upon two emotions which trouble women and come in the way of their growth: guilt and lack of self-confidence. I urge women to battle these emotions and change the scripts that were handed over to them in their early years,” said Anu Aga, former chairperson, Thermax, while delivering her keynote address at the ET Prime to settle down,” Meena Ganesh, said at the panel. Geetha Manjunath, founder, Niramai Health Analytix, advised women to follow their dreams. “My personal mantra is, learn something new everyday and remember that whatever happens is for the good,” she said. The curtains went down on the awards ceremony with an electric performance by the rock band Dharavi Reloaded.

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