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reverse mentoring

Who exactly does reverse mentoring benefit?

Have you ever had a mentor or trusted ally who you suspect got as much, if not more, from the relationship that you did? Mentoring can be a fantastic way to get ahead and one I talk about routinely with my audiences. Someone to whom you gave a new perspective, advice or even connections? Good mentoring is …

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self-improvement

Avoid micromanaging – give support, not advice

While most women in STEM say they want advice, what they most often want is simply more support from those around them. They are eager to want to avoid micromanaging, as it simply takes too much time. Most of my coaching clients, after several sessions, admit to me they’ve used coaching techniques they’ve learned in …

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ARM’s Inclusion Week

I ran two events for ARM’s Inclusion Week; a wider event with several hundred in attendance introducing the concepts behind ’The Con Job’ and a smaller workshop follow-up on the practicalities with delegates receiving their copies of the book.  The events went so well, the internal organisers remarked that it had challenged their assumptions that …

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When is £150 worth far much more?

In a recent session, one of the first I’ve had since returning from the holidays, a coaching client confided she’d applied and been successful for a promotion. Delighted with the role, there was a single sticking point – a ’niggle’ as she called it. And as we found with many niggles, they often represent far more emotionally …

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