Hire only if it makes Business sense| Meera Shenoy | IIS

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Published on October 30, 2017 by Team India Inclusion Summit

Entrepreneur and author Meera Shenoy, in this inspiring talk of creating better world, shares small stories from her 4 year old young organisation- Youth4Jobs. While she explores her karma of “you can” mindset, nuggets from her alumni now working for big companies like Microsoft and Google is very heartwarming. Hear her speak at IIS 2016, where he shares his views to build an #Inclu-siveIndia ,specially in Inclusive Job market. About India Inclusion Summit India Inclusion Summit is a community driven initiative that brings togeth-er thought leaders from the field of inclusion to deliberate, discuss and take forward diverse talents available in our society. The Summit is an egalitarian platform attracting people from a range of fields. Along with you, we aspire to create the world’s largest platform that fosters diversity and inclusion in the society. And, we dream to inspire 10 million lives in our journey of inclusion by 2020 Follow IIS on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IndiaInclusi… web: http://www.indiainclusionsummit.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/indiainclusion

 

Bio of Meera Shenoy: Meera Shenoy is the Founder-Chairperson of Youth4Jobs, which focuses on helping companies build an inclusive workforce. Her recent book You Can (co-author Prasad Kaipa) is an attempt to invert the world – get the non-disabled inspired by the ability in disability. She has also written for magazines such as Forbes, and blogs such as HBR and SSIR. She is the only person from India inducted to the Happiness Hall of Fame, US. She has spoken at TEDxBerkeley, received the Women Super Achiever award by the World HRD Congress (2016), and Americares Spirit of Hu-manity Award, amongst others.

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