June 8th 2019
This is a generation driven to thrive on success. Dealing with the pressure of the unknown, the fear of failure, and living life on the edge of uncertainty can unravel the best. But then, it’s not circumstances or situations themselves that can cause stress. It’s often our approach to those situations that cause stress. What we consider as pressure or stress is really a matter of perspective. In this webinar Vani Kola would share tips on how to change that perspective which we have built on stress and pressure by society, our own mindset, and personal circumstances.
- What to do to change the perspective on pressure?
- Developing an array of tools to handle pressure positively.
- How to create a culture of positivity to eliminate pressure from one’s workplace and lifestyle.
Speaker : Vani Kola is the Managing Director at Kalaari Capital, an early stage venture capital firm based in Bangalore. She is a renowned investor and a visionary known for identifying emerging markets. Her leadership at Kalaari centers around her commitment to the development of entrepreneurs and her conviction that Indian companies are poised to become global players. Vani is a technology focused investor with many of her investments having now become very successful, validating her aptitude for picking the best young minds and mentoring them to build high growth enterprises. She currently serves on the board of several companies that are redefining the landscape of Indian Business such as Dream11, Curefit, Milkbasket, Agnext, Upstox and, Affordplan.
Vani is profiled in numerous books and has been identified as one of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business. She is actively involved in various organizations focused on fostering entrepreneurship and women leadership. Outside of work, Vani enjoys spending time with her family, practices yoga and heartfulness meditation devotedly. She believes in sustainable living and grows enough organic produce in her garden to meet her family’s needs.
Who can join?
All are welcome – those who have felt under pressure at one time or the other …!