Prominent industry leaders exchanged ideas on the impact of changing nature of technology, ideologies, geopolitics on the employment patterns and skills.
TiE Delhi-NCR, one of the most vibrant chapters within the global TiE network, has partnered with TalentNomics India to organize a conference in New Delhi titled "Leading a world where uncertainty is the only certainty: Talent Agility 2025". Hosted yesterday, the conclave focused on the need for qualified and competent leadership in today’s rapidly changing world, with a special emphasis on women leaders.
The conference brought together more than 150 change-drivers, students, and aspiring leaders from urban and rural sectors on a common platform to talk about mission-critical issues that can leverage the principle of "change" for inclusive progress.
Geetika Dayal, Executive Director, TiE Delhi-NCR, said, "Change is inevitable, which makes it all the more necessary to cultivate leaders for tomorrow. These leaders will not only be able to adapt to any unpredictable circumstance, but also drive positive changes for the overall benefit of everyone around them. It is for this reason that we are proud to associate with TalentNomics for this conference. We believe that by providing the leaders of today with a platform to inspire the leaders of tomorrow, we are bringing a positive change in the world."
Ipsita Kathuria, Founder & CEO, TalentNomics, stated, "We are delighted to have provided this platform to change-drivers and initiative-takers so that they could make their voices heard. It is no secret that gender-based biases still exist in the world today but it is heartening to observe that times are a-changing with more and more male leaders coming to the fore to support women."
Debjani Ghosh, President of NASSCOM, added, "One of the key traits that all leaders must inculcate today is the ability to be flexible. When a new regulation comes in or disruption occurs, the ability deal with changing circumstances expertly, with flexibility, is what makes a good leader stand apart from the rest."