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May 17, 2019
Leadership featured
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May

The Leader’s Guide to Impact

What impact are you having on people around you? And what results does that impact create? Are they the results you want? Our new book “The Leader’s Guide to Impact” explores that topic of leadership impact and how incredibly important it is, in building relationships at work, in collaboration, in goal achievement and much more....
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Charlotte Caldwell featured
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May

Inspirational Woman: Charlotte Caldwell | British campaigner

Charlotte Caldwell is joined at the hip to epileptic and autistic son Billy, now 13. Billy fights for life every day. Billy depends on a specially formulated medicinal cannabis medicine to stave off dozens of potentially-fatal seizures every day. Together they made history in 2018 when, after Billy’s medicinal cannabis was confiscated at Heathrow Airport...
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Mental Health Stress
17
May

How to manage stress at work effectively

With the news coming out that civil servants are being offered counselling to deal with the strain of the Brexit process, it is a timely reminder especially during Mental Health Awareness Week, that we must look after our mental health at work. Being able to effectively deal with stress at work involves developing coping strategies,...
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Bloomberg
17
May

Bloomberg expands eligibility for 2020 Gender-Equality Index to include nearly 6,000 companies across 84 countries

Bloomberg has expanded its eligibility for the 2020 Gender-Equality Index to include nearly 6,000 companies, across 84 countries. The submission period for the 2020 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) opened today to more public companies around the world than ever before. Now in its third year, the GEI recognises companies that are committed to transparency in...
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Gender Say Gap featured
17
May

Why Business Needs More Visible Women: Let’s Close The Gender Say Gap

By Claire Mason, Founder and CEO Man Bites Dog Society has failed to acknowledge a quiet revolution. For the last decade women have outnumbered men in many high-status professions. We’ve celebrated 100 years of the women’s vote, we have the powerful legacy of the #MeToo movement, and yet we have witnessed the shocking results of...
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