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February 6th 2018 – Full Gender Equality Next?

Posted on February 6th, 2018 by

It’s 100 years since some women got the right to vote. Well, 8.5 million actually. It’s been something of a slow burn but we’re getting there…albeit slowly. Still, 8.5 million women, that’s a cause for celebration! Full gender equality, how long?

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News for Spring 2018!

Posted on January 4th, 2018 by

Details of two short seminars that pack a powerful message for women. Can you speak Menglish? Should you speak Menglish? Can you be your authentic self and change your communication style? .Well, that’s up to you, but remember knowledge is power. Get the facts, then decide. We have two seminars for professional women running in Bristol this Spring. Come and join me.

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Don’t Look Back in Anger…. here’s how

Posted on December 19th, 2017 by

Do you find yourself making the same resolutions year after year, and then not achieving them, and then feeling a bit rubbish because, well, you didn’t achieve them? Try this approach instead!

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Would You Rather Ask a Female Boss for a Pay Rise?

Posted on December 5th, 2017 by

69% of men believe it’s easier to ask a male boss for a pay rise than a female boss. In contrast, 60% of women find it easier to ask a female boss than a male one. The result shows a public still more comfortable with its own gender when it comes to tricky situations, but with women placing much less emphasis on gender than their male counterparts. Read more

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Why Bother With Gender Equality?

Posted on October 5th, 2017 by

Busnesses with over 250 employees have got to report on their gender pay gap by April 2018. So far just 89 have. It’s not easy for businesses to suddenly find women to promote. Yet they need to as businesses with gender equality thrive. Here’s an answer for them…along with some tips for ambitious women, too.

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It’s a Long Road for Women in Journalism

Posted on September 18th, 2017 by

I am a huge fan of the campaigning/support group Women in Journalism (let’s face it, I am a fan of women in anything!) Seriously though, WiJ, as it’s members call it, is playing an important part in promoting gender equality in journalism. By which I mean ensuring women get a fair crack of the whip. It’s a long, hard road.

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