Work

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10 Career Tips for Women. Number 7

Number 7 – Aim As High As You Can (and then go higher!) Women tend to play safe. That’s the consensus of the literature, research, and my own experience. Answer these few questions honestly:
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Jul 15, 2014

9 Etiquette Tips for Women on Way Up

I was browsing again through my copy of ‘A Woman’s Place is in the Boardroom’ by Peninah Thomson ; Jacey Graham (Palgrave Macmillan) when I came across the chapter on using personal power and charm. I really like their 9 etiquette points and thought I’d share them with you:
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Jul 15, 2014

Glass Ceilings Are So Pretty...?

I wonder how we came up with such an attractive phrase for something so intrinsically unattractive. The idea is that women can get trapped somewhere in middle management, can see where they want to go but are prevented from reaching it.
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Jul 03, 2014

Job-hunting issues for young people - 1

​"I'm really scared about all this - I just want to stay at home and never have to go for a job!" Nicola Morgan tackles the first of a series of questions or worries that young people (or their adults) might have about getting into work
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Jul 03, 2014

Why are we addicted to doing?

For many of us we don't know we're in overwhelm until that moment where something happens that forces us to stop and take note. So why is it we just keep adding to our to do lists? The truth is we're getting something from it.
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Jul 02, 2014

Slow Down your Thinking

Slow Thinking The idea of slow thinking feels contrary to our Western take on problem solving. However, there has been some scientific research that demonstrates that the more patient, slow type of thinking is more effective than deliberate, logical thinking when we are trying to solve a problem that is ill defined; when we don’t know exactly what we are looking for, what the parameters are, or simply where to start.
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Jun 30, 2014

Lucy Ann Holmes, No More Page 3.

Lucy Ann Holmes is an impressively busy woman, writer, actress and political activist! I am totally in awe of her and her campaign to end the page three anachronism (in case you don’t know a topless women in a provocative sexual pose features every single day in this national newspaper) that goes out in The Sun daily. I wanted to find out a bit more about what inspired her to start this campaign.
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Jun 30, 2014