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books
01
Mar

The ten things that separate winners: What are you reading? | Part Two

The average person reads somewhere between two to four books a year. The average CEO reads that same amount per month. Yes, you read that right. These busy, successful people are even at the top when it comes to reading! I know that you are probably thinking that this is impossible, but you can do...
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Her Way To The Top featured
18
Feb

Recommended Read: Her Way To The Top | Hira Ali

Award-winning Hira Ali examines the myriad of challenges women face on their road to professional success. Informed by her 13 years of coaching experience and survey responses from 300 working women, she reveals the universal internal and external roadblocks that can impede a woman’s climb to the top, regardless of her culture or geography. This...
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Like a Woman event featured
21
Feb

05/03/18 – 09/03/18: Like A Woman Pop-Up Bookshop | Penguin

This International Women’s Day, Penguin wants to celebrate some of the most powerful, diverse and creative writers from around the world by opening a pop-up bookshop with a difference: it will only stock titles by women. From 5-9 March, Penguin is partnering with Waterstones to open The Like A Woman Bookshop at 1-3 Rivington Street...
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Drivers Susanne Jacobs
09
Jan

Recommended Read: Drivers | Susanne Jacobs

We talk a great deal about engagement and trust in the workplace and research has shown the clear link between both and organisational success. And yet, studies have shown that, globally, only 46% of employees believe they have ‘great amounts of trust’ in the workplace. Employee engagement is at an all-time low and we are...
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23
Nov

Little Miss Inventor added to Mr Men and Little Miss series as ‘positive female role model’

A new character has been created for the Mr Men and Little Miss Series- a female scientist named Little Miss Inventor. Her author and illustrator, Adam Hargreaves said ‘Little Miss Inventor’ had been created as a ‘positive role model’ for girls. Little Miss Inventor has pencils and a spanner in her hair and is described...
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20
Nov

Reading redefined with Reading In Heels

Reading, Redefined? Reading in Heels has just launched with the aim of putting the pleasure back into reading, taking the guesswork out of finding books you actually want to read, and helping women to read more, more often. It’s about being so absorbed by a book that you totally forget about your phone. About slowing...
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books
19
Jun

Seven books that will change the way you see the world

A room of one’s own, Virginia Woolf Written rather as an address than a novel and published as an essay, Virginia Woolf’s exposition on why a woman must have a room of her own if she is to write successfully is one of the most intelligent yet accessible pieces of modernist writing. We see her...
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02
Mar

Recommended Read: How to be a DIVA at Public Speaking | Shola Kaye

How to be a DIVA at Public Speaking: The Step by Step system to engage your audience and present with confidence. Written for women, in a lively, accessible style, the book uses examples from the world of pop music, referring to DIVAs such as Beyonce and Adele. There is plenty of content here that men...
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