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If your last project didn’t turn out quite how you’d hoped, you might be asking yourself how you’ll do things differently next time. The good news is that fixing problems needn’t require a total...
In his book, The Power Of Habit: Why We Do What We Do In Life And Business, investigative reporter Charles Duhigg found that many business leaders are almost obsessive when it comes to their morning r
You know that if you don’t get a good night’s sleep, your work suffers the next day – the benefits of those eight hours of slumber are well documented. But what about rest – that subjective activity...
In 2014, Katrina Roberts was nominated in the FDM everywoman in Technology Awards . Despite being “astonished” to be put forward by her colleagues at American Express in the UK, she went on to win in...
You know you’re stressed – you’re tossing and turning in the early hours, snapping at your colleagues and struggling to let go of work problems during your precious days off.
Storytelling is one of humankind’s oldest art forms, but it’s only recently that it’s become a business buzzword, synonymous with professional growth and career success. In our recent webinar, How to...
*/ Are you yearning for the next challenge but unsure what that might be? You’re not alone. Over half (52%) of attendees on our webinar Uncover your working identity described themselves as “...
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What does Resource Management mean to you? If you’re a team leader, you probably consider people to be your key resources. You might also manage a budget or rely on knowledge banks, information...
*/ 25% of mums returning to work say their line managers were unsupportive through the transition. 60% feel less employable since having a child. 75% say it was harder to progress in their career. 47...
So, you’ve mastered the art of working the room, but that drawer full of business cards is meaningless if you don’t put just as much work into the follow-up.
If you’ve earned a reputation as a solid, serious hard-worker, there’s no chance the new Director is going to see your creativity and sparkle. Right? Wrong, says everywoman expert Jennifer Holloway,...
It’s an important date for your calendars - 26th September 2016 marks the beginning of the annual National Inclusion Week , a UK-run event with global reach. This year’s theme is ‘Everyday Inclusion...
Even though my mother was a successful entrepreneur, it never occurred to me that I could be. So when all my university friends started drifting into corporate jobs, I thought I should too. I craved...
Having two careers – one in sports, the other in a part-time corporate role – meant I was used to juggling and planning my time. So, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer and opted for a mastectomy...
It’s more than just recipes, kittens and celebrity selfies – we present ten of the best Instagram accounts to follow for career advice and inspiration… 1. @Businessinsider Keeping you updated on...
Five seconds. That’s how long Harvard University professors say it takes a new person to form a lasting judgement about you. Research by Princeton scholars suggests you have an even shorter window to...
14 September 2016: Hundreds of senior figures from retail brands gathered at The Langham Hotel in London last night to applaud 12 inspiring women who have been appointed the 2016 Worldpay everywoman...
*/ “Thin-slicing is not an exotic gift. It is a central part of what it means to be human. We thin-slice whenever we meet a new person or have to make sense of something quickly or encounter a novel...
Nine in ten of you fear something about the job interview experience, even when it’s for an internal role where you’re on great terms with the hiring manager. In the everywomanNetwork webinar...