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Alison Simpson
Said Business School Diploma featured
23
May

Your bridge to board level performance | Oxford Executive Diplomas

Launched in 2006, the Oxford Executive Diplomas are four part-time postgraduate Oxford University qualifications designed for experienced professionals. These individual programmes provide a deep-dive into; Financial Strategy, Global Business, Organisational Leadership and Strategy and Innovation. Taught in Oxford in four, four-day modules over a year, the diploma format maximises organisational and personal impact, while minimising disruption to work...
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Imposter Syndrome featured
20
May

49 per cent of millennials struggle with imposter syndrome at work

Nearly half of millennials struggle with imposter syndrome at work, according to a new survey. The research, conducted by online careers platform, Careercake, found that 49 per cent of those surveyed said their biggest worry at work was ‘not being “good enough” or being found out that you don’t have the ability to perform your...
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Agents of Change featured
20
May

Management Today, the Women’s Business Council and Sky unveil their Agents of Change

Management Today and the Women’s Business Council have unveiled their 2019 Agents for Change. The organisations have come together to highlight 30 male business leaders who are fighting for equality in the workplace. The list features male leaders from companies such as Deloitte, RBS, PwC, Sky, Marks & Spencer, Dell Technologies, LinkedIn, Greggs and FDM...
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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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sanitary products featured
16
May

Stigma forces half of menstruators to lie about period pain at work

Stigma forces half of menstruators to lie about period pain at work, according to a new study. The research, conducted by CIPD training specialist DPG, found that almost half – 48 per cent – of UK workers who experience periods recognise a definite stigma against them. As a result of this taboo, six out of...
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Young Women's Trust featured
15
May

WeAreTheCity are proud to announce Young Women’s Trust as our charity partner for the 2019 Rising Star Awards

WeAreTheCity are proud to announce Young Women’s Trust as our charity partner for the 2019 Rising Star Awards. Young Women’s Trust supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty. Over one million young women across...
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Cara de Lange featured
07
May

WeAreFutureLeaders Speaker Spotlight: Cara de Lange

WeAreTheCity speaks to Cara de Lange, Wellbeing mentor, speaker and author of Softer Success. Cara is also one of the keynote speakers at our upcoming WeAreFutureLeaders conference on 24 May. Cara de Lange is an international wellbeing mentor, author and speaker. She runs workshops and talks focusing on relieving stress and changing people’s mindset to...
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Rising Star 2019 banner featured
06
May

Just one week until WeAreTheCity unveil its 2019 Rising Star Awards shortlist

Just one week to go until WeAreTheCity unveils its 2019 Rising Star Awards shortlist. The Rising Star awards recognise the achievements of women who are below Senior Management or Director level and therefore represent the female talent pipeline and the next generation of future leaders. Since 2015, WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star awards have highlighted the achievements...
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