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Eight out of ten employees see crowdsourced feedback as more accurate than a review crafted solely by the boss. And those who receive regular colleague analysis are 21% more likely to be satisfied in their roles (source: Globoforce).
In the latest in our series of dealing with common feedback in the workplace, we take a look at how four women tackled the sometimes useful, often tricky peer review.
“You can find inspiration in everything - and if you can't, look again.” Fashion designer Paul Smith believed this sentiment so strongly he curated a book on the subject.
Though the business world’s players are one of the richest sources of entrepreneurial inspiration and career guidance, there’s plenty more where that came from in less expected sources.
How do you foster creativity in your teams? How can you influence senior colleagues? And what benefits can hindsight bring when it comes to recovering from mistakes? everywomanClub member Béatrice Bigois, Managing Director, Customers at EDF Energy shared her learnings with us, revealing her personal experiences from her rise to the top of her career.
Have you been told that you’re not visible in the workplace? Whether this feedback comes as a surprise or, like nearly a quarter of everywomanNetwork membersI, you were aware of the problem, you’re most likely wondering: “How?”
At that time of year when many of you are facing the annual performance review, the first of our series on common feedback from bosses, looks at how women across the wider everywomanNetwork took up the challenge to increase their exposure internally.
A recent study found that children can reliably pick winners of government elections just by watching their facial expressions. It seems some people just have that certain something which makes them winners in the eyes of others. Some call it ‘the X factor’ or that certain ‘je ne sais quoi’. Others call it charisma.
34 women recognised for changing the face of technology in the UK are named today as finalists in the sixth annual FDM everywoman in Technology Awards in association with techUK. These women have been selected from a field of hundreds of applicants, chosen by a panel of senior technology leaders against criteria including career achievement, future potential and their commitment to supporting others in the industry. The winners will be revealed at an Awards ceremony on the evening of 23 February 2016 in London.
everywomanClub member Vanda Forward has had a career in three parts. After nearly two decades at JP Morgan, first in learning & development and later in client services, she took a career break which lead to the establishment of her own, high-profile consultancy.