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As you reflect on the past 12 months, you might be tempted to chastise yourself for goals missed and resolutions fallen by the wayside. After all, just 8% of you will stick to those ‘new year, new me’ goals you set back in January.
The 13th annual NatWest everywoman Awards is the defining programme celebrating female business success across the UK and its 2015 winners will be unveiled today at London's Dorchester hotel. Revealing the often extraordinary stories of individuals whose determination and tenacity have driven their success, the awards shine a spotlight on Britain as a hotbed of enterprise talent.
An important lesson in values and priorities in this month’s anonymous column, everywomanIncognito, in which we hear from a woman who waved goodbye to a ‘work hard, play hard’ culture in search of balance.
I never work on 23rd July; it's a date I book off every year without fail, and I'd like to share with the everywomanNetwork the reason why.
It was a typical day of back-to-back meetings at the office, where I oversaw a team of 60 UK-based project managers for a global corporation. But before the day started I needed to make a personal phone call.