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June 29, 2018
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Jun

Takeaways from the Women in Silicon Roundabout Conference | Ellen Donnelly

This week the Women of Silicon Roundabout conference took over the London ExCel centre: hosted by Maddox Events as part of their event championing diversity in the workplace. After attending, here are some of the insights that thought leaders in technology shared that I believe are key for anyone advancing a career within the industry:...
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Jun

Carrie Gracie reaches an agreement with BBC over pay row

Journalist Carrie Gracie has reached an agreement with the BBC over her equal pay row. In January, Gracie resigned from her role as China Editor over pay inequality for the BBC’s international editors. In an open letter accompanying resignation Gracie said, “I believe I am very well paid already – especially as someone working for...
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Jun

Be a disruptive leader | Step two: Leave your ego at the door

We’ve come to the second step of positive disruptive leadership – leave your ego at the door. We all have egos, and at times they positively spur us on, they keep us focused and going. But egos can also be detrimental to success. Egos can make us blind to new thoughts and ideas, if we...
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Jun

“We want to mirror the society we defend”, says Sarah Maskell MBE on educating the RAF

The RAF is on its way to embracing diversity and promoting gender equality and Sarah Maskell MBE is helping to drive that change. In 2012, Maskell took up her current role as the lead for Diversity and Inclusion Policy for the Royal Air Force and has strived to improve the lived experience of personnel. Speaking...
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