About Time Magazine – Top 10 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch 2019

About Time Magazine – Top 10 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch 2019

Thrilled to be featured in the #SheStartedIt100, About Time Magazine's definitive list of the top 100 professional women to watch in the UK 2019. From tech to media, this list is the who’s who on the UK’s most exciting, dynamic female leaders. I was featureed in the 2019 top 10 female entrepreneurs to watch in the UK: (more…)...
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Celebrating International Women at Work

Celebrating International Women at Work

It was something a bit different for the March All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Women and Enterprise. We were delighted to be joined by the Female Ambassadors Group to celebrate International Women’s Day to discuss the advancement of women in enterprise around the globe.   Her Excellency Baiba Braze, Ambassador of Latvia chaired the meeting alongside Craig Tracey MP and guests included Ambassadors, Charge D’affaires and High Commissioners from worldwide locations such as Canada, Sri Lanka and Rwanda. (more…)...
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E is for Equip

E is for Equip

With the government firmly shining a spotlight on the need for organisations to increase the presence of women into leadership positions there’s never been a more important time for organisations to consider how they develop and support women in the workplace. Challenges for Women in Leadership Research shows that women often face challenges which are not typically experienced by their male colleagues. For example, women will often only apply for career advancement if they feel they exceed the role and qualification requirements rather than just meet some of the criteria. (more…)...
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Manage talent fairly

Manage talent fairly

Diversity and Inclusion, and managing talent fairly continues to be an increasing challenge for organisations, and their Executive Boards. In the latest HR Magazine  article they report that research from Cracking the Code (a collaboration between KPMG, YSC, and the 30% Club) show the number of women sitting on executive committees at FTSE 100 businesses has remained stagnant at 17% over the last two years, despite the proportion holding roles immediately below this level up by 2% to 25% in 2016. Although this increase is an indication of progress, with some firms now implementing targets linked with board level accountability, the challenge remains for HR leaders to support their organisation...
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