Dimple Das – Capgemini

Dimple Das – Capgemini

Dimple Das – Capgemini

Leadership and Diversity Hiring APAC | Capgemini Financial Services

Dimple brings nearly ~14 years’ experience in Executive Search, Research and Talent Acquisition. Prior to joining Capgemini , Dimple was heading the global Leadership and Sales hiring for QuEST Global. Dimple’s current focus is hiring key leadership talent across APAC  and  Diversity hiring in India for Capgemini Financial Services vertical.

Dimple spent close to 3 years in Sydney ,with  Odgers Berndtson – a global Executive Search firm where her remit was delivering C Level searches in the ANZ region; she was instrumental in working on a market intelligence report for one of the top three Australian universities to find a Nobel Laureate in Economics to be part of the University’s teaching body.

Dimple has also worked at Hutchison, Egon Zehnder (executive search firm ), Intel and Sun Microsystems

Married to Abhishek , Dimple now lives in Bangalore and loves to explore the world whenever the opportunity presents.

 

Dimple will be speaking about:

Gender Diversity and Inclusion in Tech

Dimple talks about women at the leadership level are very hard to find. We need to build an equal system that is a well-balanced mix. The tech industry acknowledges that there is a gender disparity, it’s a global issue. Dimple says that companies are aware they need to create a more inclusive workplace and are doing this through initiatives however the imbalance still exists. It’s not going to go away overnight. She notes that females makeup 40-50% of entry level roles but only 10 % of executive level roles. Dimple gives some great advice to women when it comes to applying for roles.

Personal Brand

Dimple says that your resume is only 10% of your personal brand. Your roles and responsibilities don’t do justice to the person that you are. She gives some great practical advice and notes that you must make yourself visible. You need to have a social media presence, in this day and age it is important. Dimple talks about content being significant and how you need to create some content around your skills, you need to know what you bring to the table. Remaining a lifelong learner to keep improving.