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Boys and Girls, Gender Stereotyping, and My Life’s Work!

Posted on August 22nd, 2017 by

If you’re in the UK you may have heard the buzz around a BBC two programme looking at how girls and boys are treated differently. It’s called No More Boys and Girls, a deliberately provocative title. The premise is that boys and girls are not substantially different in abilities or behaviour but the way we treat them makes them so. And that has lasting implications for all of us.

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Let’s all ‘Woman Up!’ Women and Confidence

Posted on July 26th, 2017 by

If I am forced to sum up what I do in three words I will say ‘boost women’s confidence’. I hate saying it really because I hate to perpetuate the idea that women aren’t confident. Yet my recent post on Imposter Syndrome provoked so many responses that I have to acknowledge it’s alive and well. Surely after survey still tells us that women lack confidence. Really?

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Do You Find it Difficult to Say NO?

Posted on July 11th, 2017 by

Do you sometimes want to bang you head on the desk at work because you’ve just heard your voice say ‘yes’ to something when in your heart you wanted to say no, but didn’t want to cause offence? If yes, this is for you. If no, well done. You’ve probably got assertiveness sussed. Or you don’t work in an office… ;>)

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How to Avoid Imposter Syndrome

Posted on July 4th, 2017 by

Imposter Syndrome, that nagging feeling that you are just not as good as everyone else doing what you do. You’re not alone, many high profile women confess to it. However, you can do something about it. Here are some tips.

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3 Coaching Tips for Talking Pay Inequality With Your Boss

Posted on June 27th, 2017 by

We’ve had equality legislation for years yet we still don’t have equal pay between the genders. On current estimates we will in 2069 so chin up! However, if you don’t want to wait that long, here’s my three top coaching tips for gender equal pay.

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Are You Mentoring the Women at Work?

Posted on May 16th, 2017 by

Could you be helping a female colleague navigate the slippery slopes of success? More women in positions of power is good for everyone and most successful people have had a mentor in their lives. Could you be one? Check out these questions.

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