Posted on September 21st, 2016 by Jane
Just how do women get their voices heard in a testosterone fuelled world? There is plenty of research to show that somehow women’s ideas tend not to get taken seriously until made by a man, or that women do not get due credit for their contributions. None of us want to start behaving like men and not being true to ourselves so how can we be heard? There is one notable way of succeeding
Posted on February 18th, 2016 by Jane
I notice often when coaching women, how reluctant they are to use the word ‘ambitious’. I also work with men from time to time and ‘ambition-shame’ rarely affects them.
Do you find did difficult to talk openly about your own ambitions and dreams? Have you lowered your sights?
Posted on January 12th, 2016 by Jane
Changing People has RenewYou specialist trainers across the globe, including the US. Laura Mansfield was our very first; read her story here.
Posted on December 1st, 2015 by Jane
Don’t you just love working with lovely people? I am so lucky. I run a business for women where I get to choose who works with me! I’m very pleased to be able to share some of those lovely people with you and find out how they came to be on the team. This month I’m spotlighting Tracey McEachran
Posted on September 18th, 2015 by Jane
A few months ago, at the start of the summer, I launched something new on the Changing People blog. I called it, rather prosaically, Businesswomen Share Their Tips. (Or the old girls network!) To date we’ve had Elaine Clark, an accountant, Zita Alves a fitness expert, Cate Nelson-Shaw, a marketing expert, and Helen Reynolds, an image consultant. A pretty eclectic group.