When it comes to traits of successful leaders, there are some key attributes that will always be considered as ‘must haves’.
Gemma Munro explains why the fear of public speaking is shared by many and is more common among women.
The workplace gender gap has narrowed in the past 20 years, but there are still challenges to tackle before equality is achieved.
Career moves and career changes are inevitable. For many women, the careers they began years ago do not usually resemble the path that they are on now. The excitement, inspiration and sense of being valued disappear. Instead they work in an environment where they feel alone, undervalued and lonely. This is the crossroad one must cross: a change to stay or a change to go.
Entitled Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Happier Life, the book has already been established as a “must read” for anyone who is struggling to define success and achieve a content and balanced lifestyle.
The Ban Bossy campaign has its fans, no doubt about that. But I hope Sandberg is also paying attention to its detractors. Sometimes even the best of intentions can unexpectedly go awry.