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What happens when you love your job, but find your colleagues difficult? Here we present five ways to reframe your working relationships, ramping up your happiness and productivity levels as a result.
Hazard a guess at the number one cause of conflict in the workplace. Share price fluctuations? Economic turbulence? Overwork? Tiredness or stress?
Watch some of the world's best communicators in action, with helpful tips to inspire you in the workplace.
"A successful talk is a little miracle – people see the world differently afterwards," says TED Talks Curator, Chris Anderson.
It might seem a stretch to view those PowerPoint slides you throw together for your departmental monthly as audience life-changers. But every time you speak to a team, know that you have the power to change opinions, pique curiosity and get buy-in for your ideas.
To celebrate International Women's Day, everywoman, Stemettes, Salesforce and Campus London collaborated to empower girls and young women through code at the everywoman #makeithappen Hackathon. Two weeks later at the inaugural everywoman Forum 2015, the winners of the Hack presented their prize to 600 future leaders in technology (what a brave bunch!).
The everywomanWorld series goes intercontinental, catching up with Damascus-born Malak Mousleh, as the Global Account Manager for Roche at EMC Computer Systems AG touches down in Zurich, fresh from a business trip to San Francisco’s Silicon Valley.
In the beginning
Be prepared for who you might meet as you start your new job with our handy guide to your potential new colleagues.
The fear around stepping into a new role is almost always related to people. Will they like me? Will I like them? Will my boss consider me successful? Will my team be manageable?
Originally a world-famous actress and now a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, Emma Watson is on everyone’s radar. Her presence sky-rocketed in September 2014 after her first #HeForShe speech, which turned the gender equality debate on its head and invited men to become part of the feminist movement too.
In the run up to the everywoman Forum 2015: Advancing Women in Technology, we’re introducing some of our speakers to the everywomanNetwork and beyond, through a series of Twitter chats.
On Tuesday 10 March, we interviewed Melissa Di Donato, Vice President of Salesforce Europe about her experience with mentorship.
Congratulations! You’ve landed that exciting next role on your career path. But now elation is giving way to nerves and self-doubt might be kicking in. And no wonder - whether it’s a step up the ladder, your first role as a boss, or a stretching sideways move, the first few months in a new job can be a rollercoaster of emotions.
The everywomanWorld series catches up with Change Manager Saraswathi Hariharasubramanian (she goes by Saraswathi H for an easier life!), as the Royal Bank Of Scotland’s India office makes its annual preparations for International Women’s Day.
In the beginning
To celebrate women everywhere, we want to showcase the lives of women living all over the world.
Every woman is a role model for someone else, no matter what they do, or where they are in the world. Send us a picture of you, your job title, and where you are in the world, using #everywomaneverywhere, and we'll share it with the world to inspire others.
Do you use the words ‘sorry’ or ‘err’ far too much? The language you use is central to building respect and leadership credentials in the workplace. These small utterances, and much more, will affect the way others see your ability to lead.
Catch up with the highlights of our Twitter chat with Trudy Norris-Grey.
Trudy Norris-Grey is a General Manager for the mammoth brand Microsoft and the Chair of WISE (Women in Science, Engineering & Technology) an organisation that encourages women and girls to pursue careers in the industry.