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July 10, 2015
Roz Chalmers
10
Jul

Roz Chalmers – Audio Describer of live performances

Audio description (AD) captures the visual elements of a theatre piece, painting or environment that a blind or partially sighted person might otherwise miss and describes them in clear, vivid language. Born in London, mother and grandmother Roz Chalmers is a highly experienced nationwide audio describer. Originally active in the Civil Service as a Fraud...
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Dojo featured
10
Jul

All Girls Dojo held in London!

On Saturday, 20th June, CoderDojo London and Thomson Reuters held a Girls Only CoderDojo, a groundbreaking initiative in the world of technology. John claffey and Thomas Attree are volunteers for CoderDojo London and hold technology roles at Thomson Reuters. They made a commitment at Mozfest last year to run a ‘Girls Only’ event as part...
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Coder DOJO
10
Jul

Girls Only CoderDojo

Girls Only CoderDojo @ThomsonReuters – a Social Story On Saturday 20th June 2015, CoderDojoLondon and Thomson Reuters embarked on a new and ground breaking initiative in the world of technology – a Girls Only CoderDojo. This is our Social Story! So, what exactly is CoderDojo? CoderDojo is a global community of free programming clubs for...
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Jennifer
10
Jul

Introverted Women: Tap into your quiet strengths

In every performance review, I’m told I need to speak up, that I need to spend less time in my office with my door closed. My boss says I have to ‘sell’ my ideas with more enthusiasm. My co-workers say that I need to be more of a ‘team player’ and less of a ‘report...
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Tracey Curtis-Taylor
10
Jul

The Trouble with Women | City Eye Blog

The trouble with women is that they’re so multi-talented, it’s difficult to put them in one category. Aviator, scientist, sporting hero, even mother. “The Lionesses go back to their families.” City Eye began by looking at invisible women, the incredible talented women who’d been written out of history or missed the Nobel Prize, Marie Curie,...
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10
Jul

Just watch your language

Watch your language when you speak to others. We might not be aware of particularly vocabulary, that devalues contributions to a conversation or meeting, or even interaction with colleagues. Being aware of the language we use and how we use it assists when we are asserting ourselves in different business situations. Even if we are...
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