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October 3, 2017
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Oct

Should you take a promotion for a job you don’t like?

Stop us if this sounds familiar: You’re working a job you don’t like. Maybe it’s not in your chosen field nor is it set to get you there. Maybe the work itself isn’t stimulating, or perhaps you’re simply more talented than it. But then, sometime into your tenure with the company, you’re called in to...
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Financial Times
03
Oct

Financial Times | Women at the Top Summit | In Words

Financial Times welcomed delegates to the Women at the Top Summit last week, at Sheraton Grand Park Lane Hotel to discuss the gender pay gap, Trump’s presidency and how to fix the gender imbalance in business. Opening remarks were made by Angela Mackay, Chair of Women at the Top, welcoming guests to the event, alongside...
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03
Oct

100 Great Black Britons campaign is relaunched to celebrate 30 years of Black History Month

The 100 Great Black Britons campaign has been relaunched for 2017 to celebrate 30 years of Black History Month. There are currently three categories available for people to nominate in – 100 Great Black Britons of all time; Unsung Heroes and Community Champions; and International: Supporting the UN Decade of African Descent (2015 – 2024)....
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03
Oct

Inspirational Woman: Kirsty Maxey | Joint Managing Director, Teamspirit

Kirsty Maxey is Joint Managing Director for Financial Services and Fintech specialist agency, Teamspirit. She is dedicated to transforming both consumer and B2B brands by creating innovative solutions that deliver measurable success. Tell us a bit about yourself, background and your current role With over 20 years’ experience in marketing communications, I started work as...
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03
Oct

Cara Delevingne opens up about battling depression

Actress and model Cara Delevingne has spoken out about battling with depression as a teenager. Speaking to Net-a-Porter’s The Edit online magazine, the model revealed that she never felt “good enough” when she was a teenager. “I felt alienated and alone, because I was like, what’s wrong with me? I always wanted people to love...
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03
Oct

How to unlock potential and narrow the technology gender gap

Take a look around any IT company and you’ll be struck by a simple inescapable fact: there are an awful lot more men than women, especially when it comes to leadership positions. IT is not unique, of course. There have always been industries that are more appealing to men than women – and vice versa....
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03
Oct

Worldpay to headline sponsor TechWomen50 Awards

WeAreTechWomen is excited to announce the headline sponsor for the TechWomen50 Awards is Worldpay. It is no secret that the technology industry lacks female representation at all levels. However, many Women in Technology awards choose to focus on inspirational women that have already achieved seniority, in roles such Director, CIO or CTO. Whilst we feel...
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How to get a good work life balance (F)
03
Oct

Seven ways to get a better work-life balance

The expectation for staff to stay at their desks after their working hours has increased significantly over the years, so its no surprise that there’s been a surge in mental health related problems in the workplace. With people working longer, stress and anxiety are becoming more prevalent work and related stress is costing Britain 10.4...
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