• News

    March 9, 2022

    What Prevents Women From Taking Leadership Roles? The Cause, Concern And Cure

    Women have been facing challenges due to gender inequality and stereotyping at the workplace for years. It may sound clichéd, but sadly, this bias is still present not only in emerging and developed economies but also...

  • News

    March 9, 2022

    Smashing the Stereotypes with Women in Tech

    A day marked in history for celebrating women and their astonishing achievements without keeping a disparity in the national, economic, religious or linguistic arenas. From flying in the space, to working on field of manufacturing units,...

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    March 8, 2022

    Women should be the biggest cheer leaders for other women

    About Your Journey I am a Communications professional, started my career in technology communications.  I’ve had an opportunity to work with some of the leading MNC tech firms in India, right from launching their operations, products...

  • Podcast

    March 3, 2022

    Sabre Souvenirs : Ep 19 | #BreakTheBias

    In this episode, one of our women leaders - Bindu Surendran explores the theme #BreakTheBias and talks about ways in which we can build a more equal world for all.

  • News

    December 30, 2021

    The New-Age Workplace – Enhancing Employee and Customer Experience

    Looking into 2022, employers have a powerful opportunity to combine the best of remote work and in-office experiences in a way that benefits the organisation, its employees and customers. More and more companies are exploring new organisational structures that will support the weight of their goals and simultaneously address their employee needs. The future of work will see employers leading with empathy and understanding that the future of work is interlinked with the future of the employees.

  • Article

    November 19, 2021

    International Men’s Day: Time to Relook at Modern Masculinity?

    International Men’s Day is around the corner and before I go any further, let me share a quick reminder on its roots and origin. It was celebrated for the first time in 1992 and was originally...

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    November 19, 2021

    Men Can Cry

    I am sure many of us were raised in an environment where boys and girls have been brought up differently A boy has to be ‘this way’ and a girl must be ‘that way’. Our parents...

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    November 12, 2021

    An Ode to Men on International Men’s Day

    International Men’s Day is around the corner – it’s a day to celebrate all that men do for their family, society, nation, and the world. I believe that without the partnership of the men in our...

  • Podcast

    October 18, 2021

    Sabre Souvenirs: Ep 15 | Milestones and Memories

    Preeti Sahu (PS): Welcome back to another episode of Sabre Souvenirs. This is Preeti Sahu, your host for today!  I hope you enjoyed listening to our last episode with Aayusi Biswas where we talked about various...

  • Article

    August 11, 2021

    The Acceptance Of the ‘Work from Home’ Concept and What We Can Learn From It!

    When I started my corporate journey in the early 2000s, WFH as a concept was not an ‘acceptable option’ in most companies in India. In my first job, I remember I was almost ridiculed when I...

  • News

    March 16, 2020

    Inclusivity begins with ‘I’

    Why consider inclusivity? Well, inclusive teams were 10 times more productive than their non-inclusive counterparts with a lesser likelihood of workers being harassed at work, more likely to have higher job satisfaction, and nine times more...

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    March 15, 2020

    #EachForEqual at Sabre

    Employees at Sabre Global Development Center, Bengaluru reflect on how ‘Together’ we can make an equal and enabled world This International Women’s Day, employees at Sabre’s Global Development Center in Bengaluru, reflected on how far we...