Interview of Mrs. Manesha Teeluck-Chadee, Head of Human Resources of MITCO Group – A passion for Talent and Performance
On the 8th of December 2020, the Head of Human Resources of MITCO, Mrs. Manesha Teeluck-Chadee was awarded the Africa’s Woman Leaders Award by the WORLD WOMEN LEADERSHIP CONGRESS (WWLC).
About Manesha Teeluck-Chadee
Manesha has joined MITCO on the 7th of January 2020 with almost 14 years of progressive experience in the field of human resources. She started her career at DCDM Recruitment Services (now Alentaris) and is an alumni of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Rogers Group and Cim Group; companies where she has acquired a wealth of experience and nurtured her palette of skills.
What is the WWLC?
The WWLC honors the strategic and influential role of various Women leaders in the development of the modern economy, technology, and administrative methodologies which promote the advancement of the government and business organisation according to the standards of global competitiveness.
Interview of Manesha Teeluck-Chadee on her participation in the WWLC
- What encouraged you to participate in WWLC?
One of my former colleagues nominated me for the award. We have crossed paths at one point during our career journey, and she has been instrumental to my personal growth, albeit for a short period of time.
- How did you experience this adventure?
The nomination came as a surprise! It was a wonderful experience to meet women coming from all walks of life and to hear their personal experience. It was also a privilege for me to receive the Africa’s Woman Leader’s award alongside notable women in various industry sectors in Mauritius as well as in Africa.
- What do you want to tell women who want to participant in the WWLC award?
There is a saying that goes “Empowered women empower women”. Women and girls are key agents of development and change. Achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls is vital to building fair, inclusive, prosperous, and peaceful societies everywhere. The WWLC is a platform to know these women and getting acknowledged for the work being done in that aspect.