Struggle of working Women across the globe is similar

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Pune, February 13: Life of working women is often filled with loads of compromises, adjustments and regrets to prove their devotion to their careers. All such working women are bound to handle tricky situations like balancing the work and personal life simultaneously. The new book by Author Sudha Menon brings out an exploration of the complex issues faced by Indian women at the workplace like dealing with family pressures, gender perceptions, leadership challenges and bringing up children while also excelling in their careers. With insights from renowned and successful female like film director Farah Khan, food writer Karen Anand, actor Lillette Dubey, boxer M.C. Mary Kom, journalist Sharda Ugra, corporate head honchos Devita Saraf, Nisaba Godrej, Aruna Jayanthi, Manisha Girotra and Mallika Srinivasan, casting director Shanoo Sharma and banker Pankajam Sridevi, among others, this book will help the contemporary Indian women negotiate the professional world.

Titled as, ‘Devi, Diva or She Devil: The Smart Career Woman’s Survival Guide’, this new book of author Sudha Menon was unveiled in the presence of Celebrity food writer and entrepreneur Karen Anand & Laleh Busheri, Chief Executive Officer of Cancer Care Mission recently in the city.

Speaking during the event, Author Sudha Menon said, “It’s a pleasure to launch this book in Pune as the city is very close to my heart as I explored my skills of writing here and I also found the author inside me in this very city. While writing this book, I interviewed many accomplished women of our country and found that every woman among them had a unique story however the narrative of women’s struggles is the same across the world. All these working females mentioned in my book have learnt to face and evade the challenges they faced on day to day basis. The one thing similar among them all is a great awareness of their self-worth and passion for their chosen career.”

This book is very though-provoking, filled with real incidences and anecdotes and is also a survival guide for today’s career women.