Archive

Women Are Better Off Doing It For Themselves!

Posted on January 17th, 2017 by

Unconscious bias exists within us all but did you know that if women write something with a man they (the women) get penalised? Check out this piece of research from Harvard University, and make sure your voice gets heard.

Stop This Right Now!

Posted on December 28th, 2016 by

To succeed women generally have to outperform men. Women are held to a different and higher standard. Do you have this bias within yourself? Is it holding you back from a fabulous and successful 2107?

Could Trump be the Feminist Saviour?

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by

Could Donald Trump be the feminist saviour? No, I haven’t gone mad. Gender equality is good for business. Donald loves good business. Ergo…

What Can You Do About Gender Inequality?

Posted on December 7th, 2016 by

Gender inequality is the problem that won’t go away. Research project after research project tell us it still exists but it can feel such a big problem to tackle. Here are a few ideas to think about re promoting gender equality in your workplace.

An Inspirational Speech From an Inspirational Woman

Posted on October 18th, 2016 by

Michelle Obama’s speech about sexism and misogyny is worth listening to whatever your politics. Powerful stuff. Yes, it’s a plea for the democratic candidate but cut that all out and the message is still inspiring and powerful.

How Women Began to Shine in the White House

Posted on September 21st, 2016 by

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

Jane's Book

Paperback or Electronic copy

Free Updates
Simply fill in your details below to get regular updates in your in box. Your details will not be shared – ever.


Connect with me
facebook twitter google+ linkedin RSS
Archives