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October 26, 2017
Allbright
26
Oct

First exclusive private members club for working women is coming to London

A private members club aimed at working women, created by working women, is launching in London. AllBright is an education, networking and funding collective that aims to provide the support needed for female leaders to succeed. Currently, the initiative comprises of the AllBright Fund and the AllBright Academy, but will be expand to include The...
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Thoughtful Woman-Future Leaders
26
Oct

Is it time to make a change?

The benefits of changing career and how to go about it. Harrison Ford is well known for film roles such as Indiana Jones and Han Solo. However, before becoming a full-time actor, he spent 15 years as a professional carpenter. Anybody can make a career change and it doesn’t have to involve becoming a celebrity....
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26
Oct

Is it a good time to be a young woman?

This year’s International Day of the Girl had the theme ‘The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030’. In June over 300 female students aged 12-17 from schools in Norwich and from other Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) schools across the UK gathered together for our Inspiring Females Summit at OPEN, Norwich. They were...
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Almar
26
Oct

Almar Jesolo, Italy – City, Beach & Spa | Maiden Voyage Blog

After a hectic year of long-haul business travel, I couldn’t bear the thought of yet another long-distance flight for my well overdue summer holiday. I was looking for something special in Europe that ticked a number of boxes, so I put in a call to the friendly people at Wellbeing Escapes, the experts in spa...
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woman-being-comforted-by-colleague-mental-ill-health
26
Oct

Government report reveals how your workplace should treat mental health issues

The government have released their report into mental health in the workplace. The report implements six mental health standards that all organisations should be doing, or can start to do. Theresa May commissioned the document back in January, explaining that  “the UK is facing a mental health challenge at work that is much larger than...
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26
Oct

Oxford Executive MBA Women’s Scholarship Winners Q&A

Two exceptional female candidates have been awarded with scholarships for the September 2017 iteration of the world-class Oxford Executive MBA, a programme designed to help business leaders to study whilst continuing to thrive in their careers, no matter where they are based. Dr Pamela Walker, Head of Health and a Director at Incite, has been...
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26
Oct

Disney Channel to air first gay storyline

In a first for Disney Channel, a key character on its popular series Andi Mack will come out as gay. Andi Mack’s second season premiere will show one of the main protagonists, Cyrus, coming to terms with his sexuality and feelings for a male classmate. The episode, airing Friday, will show Cyrus confiding in his best friend,...
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26
Oct

Do you take No for an answer? | Turning a No into a Yes

As career women navigate their path inside corporations they so often tell me about something they ‘wish’ they could have or do, or be involved in. Often my first question is in response is “well…do they know that?” or “who have you asked about that?”  I’m often either met with a blank stare or a...
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