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How to short-circuit workplace sexual harassment

It may feel a bit early in the year to start talking about sexual harassment :0 but this January, it’s come up top of the agenda for one of my corporate clients. In many ways their enquiry is positive; this is an organisation that my have historically ‘looked the other way’, but now knows that’s no longer acceptable. I, …

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How to recover from a presentation that goes wrong

On November 18, I was called by the BBC Radio Scotland to talk about Equal Pay Day; the day when women start ‘working for free’ for the rest of the year if you take into account the gender pay gap. The interview didn’t end well for me, as I didn’t even get a chance to speak, …

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How and why female global leaders lost fewer people during Covid

As an American citizen living in the UK, I will not be the only person who has speculated how things might have been different, if at all, with more female leadership over the last few years.  We’ve been living through overconfidence as male leaders talk about how they’re handling Covid, the economic crisis, and now readiness to tackle climate change. It does …

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Rewarding Skills – A Must Read Guide for Businesses and Redundancies

Keep skilled people in tough times …and who to shed  As we enter a new normal post-Covid, the new economy we are waking up to simply won’t allow for old definitions of ‘business as usual.’ Businesses have failed, jobs have been lost, new jobs have been created, and teams restructured. If this sounds familiar ask …

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