How Neuroscience Can Make You More Confident

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On 8 March, at the workshop I delivered about the Imposter Syndrome one of the participants asked the question, why is it that many capable women feel a lack of confidence, and men seem to stroll through, sometimes without the necessary capabilities. The conversation went on to discuss how we are neuroscientifically wired differently. My fascination with this topic has … Read More

How to Address a Lord Correctly

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Last week was quite a week. I had been invited to participate in a debate at the House of Lords in honour of International Women’s Day. 20 women were invited. Interestingly, to host a historic event such as this took it took the cooperation of a man and woman. It was the joint effort Lady and Lord Popat who managed … Read More

The World’s Biggest Imposter

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I’m the worlds biggest imposter.  I’ve just written an article about this. Ever since all around me are other articles and workshops about the imposter syndrome. I no longer feel that I too had some instances where I have felt that any success achieved by me is merely down to luck, and that any minute now I will be found … Read More

Women in Leadership and The Bottom Line? There’s Good News

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Recently I had lunch with a friend and we were chit-chatting about work, my business and women in leadership. Reflecting on what qualities are needed for women at the top she noted surely the women you work with must be ‘masculine’. Referring of course to the notion that to succeed women tend to emulate men. She did not understand the … Read More

Ever wonder why Gender Inclusivity is beneficial to your Business? Find out from the expert

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Gender inclusivity, gender equality and equal opportunities are issues all business need to address. If they do not they will find they are missing significant opportunities and talent. According to research by Catalyst, good workplace diversity benefits not only the business but the economy it operates in. More women enter the workforce than men, yet there are fewer women at … Read More

Good News For All You Procrastinators Out There – It Could Be A Good Thing

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There has been a lot of talk this week around procrastination. This is a clear sign that that which you are putting off is the most important thing to focus on at this moment. It could be writing that book, or what I often come across, re-writing your CV for that all- important career change. Frequently the reasons we put … Read More

Work Life Balance – Is it a Fantasy?

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“Striving for excellence motivates you; striving for perfection is demoralizing”. Harriet Braiker Balance, the ultimate quest. The world we live in today pulls us in multiple directions, with life satisfaction now taking prime position. We are no longer satisfied with a job that pays the bills. We now want a job that is meaningful, impactful, satisfying (and pays the bills). … Read More