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This post is for all the women I’ve coached over the years, all the women who’ve struggled to get their voice heard and all those girls who are wondering who they dare to be.
Ready to move on in your role? Applying for promotion? Think you deserve a pay rise? Those who don’t ask, don’t get.
Although it’s easy to see the benefits of forging work relationships, there are a number of factors that can get in the way. Some people find it difficult to be sociable alongside the day job, whether due to their personality type or previous experiences.
The interview is a situation where you might feel you don’t have any power because you want the job, and you’re probably in competition with others to get it.
If you want to go for a new opportunity, you need to perform well at interview.
As a leader, you need the ability to handle difficult conversations at work.
Central to any leader’s role is the ability to engage, persuade, motivate and inspire. You want your teams to be inspired to follow you.
This story once again brings into focus the sickening double standards faced by women. Organisations want to be seen to be inclusive yet they subject women to sexist behaviour at the same time.
Ever seen a speaker deliver a presentation that holds the audience spellbound?
My recent article was about allyship, defining it and explaining why it’s important. This time, I talk about some of the practical steps you can take.
Did you know Dictionary.com named ‘allyship’ word of the year in 2021? It became popular after the death of George Floyd in 2020 and the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement.
This year, International Women’s Day (IWD) is 8 March 2022 with the theme of #breakthebias. The aim is to achieve a gender-equal world, free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination.