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:
The pace and complexity of life have increased but we can learn from the tortoise..
Nicola Morgan's series to help adults support young people approaching the world of work
If there’s one word I’m hearing more and more these days it’s this: Overwhelm.
Nicola Morgan continues her advice to young people and their adults, on the topic of job-hunting and work experience
The fourth in teenage expert Nicola Morgan's series on job-hunting for young people
The third in the series in which teenage expert Nicola Morgan covers job-hunting for young people
Continuing this series in which teenage expert Nicola Morgan will cover every aspect of job-hunting from the viewpoint of young people and the adults who care about them
Step back, zone in and ask yourself “What’s my ‘why’?”
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.
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.