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Hearing Mitzie Almquist share her stories with audiences of hundreds of the world’s most senior business executives, you’d find it hard to believe that Gap International’s Chief Leadership Officer ever struggled to find her voice.
Did you know that 94% of women are happy to have a career in technology or that 82% of the industry think the sector isn’t accurately portrayed in the media?
Get to know the industry inside out and how it’s continuing to shape the world. Explore the latest technology research and the organisations connecting women and girls.
The everywomanWorld series catches up with Financial Controller Enid Katorobo as she prepares to leave her current role – and her home country – to head up change in the financial control division of Barclays Africa’s head office in Johannesburg.
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In the run up to the everywoman Forum: Advancing Women in Technology, we're reaching out to individuals in and around the sector to find out how important technology is to them - and we need YOU!
Award season is upon us; the time of year when the Hollywood elite dazzle us with svelte figures and designer dresses. The Oscar parade gives rise to another annual trend – an examination of Impostor Syndrome, the psychological phenomenon whereby the sufferer feels as if they’re ‘faking it’, worries they’re about to get ‘found out’ for being a ‘fraud’ and dismisses their successes or achievements as pure ‘luck’.
A Royal Naval Officer, a pioneer of wearable technology, a cleaning company entrepreneur and three teenagers are among 30 high achievers named today as finalists in the UK’s leading initiative celebrating women in technology. Judged by a panel of senior technology leaders, the criteria assessed career success, potential for future achievements and support for women in the industry. The winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony on the evening of 17th March 2015 in London.
Managing the relationship with your boss is a win-win situation. By acknowledging the likeness and differences in your working styles, you can craft a harmonious working environment: productivity levels will soar as your career grows.
Jen McAleer’s approach to leadership is strikingly thoughtful: the art of listening and learning from others is a mark of her stoic style. In an open interview, the Managing Director of creative agency StartJG, tells everywoman why she rejects the concept of work/life balance, the importance of integrity at work and how she keeps focused.