Mentoring is an enriching experience that both parties can contribute to and gain benefits from — and there are so many ways to tap into its potential. Let’s look at five exercises that can be used online or in person to inspire growth and drive a mentoring relationship forward…
After many months of working exclusively from our dining tables, the thought of re-starting the commute and stepping back into the office culture may seem daunting — not to mention making in-person small talk with someone other than your Amazon driver.
This session will explore the idea of toxic masculinity and the cultural pressures for men to behave in a certain way, and discuss practical biohacks — everyday measures that can be taken to support male mental health.
Building and maintaining relationships with people that you might only ever see on screen is now a key skill. The good news? By applying strategic creativity there is plenty you can do to build meaningful and positive connections online that work for you and your team.
“Can you imagine living in a world without the internet? It’s become such a vital part of life for many of us that it’s difficult to think about what it was like before we got online. We recently had...
We all want to be happy, but what that means to us as individuals is hugely subjective, and for that reason happiness can be difficult to measure. Recent research from the psychology world, however, suggests that happiness is actually the culmination of ful
There are six signature traits of an inclusive leader: qualities that help them support and develop the unique skills, abilities and knowledge of their teams and leverage them to competitive advantage.
For women in particular, the reluctance to lean into disagreements is often greater than in men — but in trying to maintain equilibrium at all costs, you may be missing out on some of the valuable benefits that healthy conflict can bring to your interactions and career.
15% of the global workforce is ‘naturally highly agile’ — something that sees them getting promoted twice as fast as individuals with ‘low learning agility’. So how agile is your learning, and how can you dial it up to futureproof your career and become even more successful?
How can we help our daughters fulfil their potential and achieve success in a challenging modern world? For Jo-Wimble-Groves, author of new book Rise of the Girl, it all starts with the conversations we have with them…
As midlife career inspiration and opportunity come knocking, so does another phenomenon: the perimenopause or menopause, and falling hormone levels that can cause anything from hot flushes and sleep problems to low self-confidence.