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wellbeing at work

We often approach productivity as if it’s about doing more in less time. But that approach doesn’t factor in our wellbeing. Learn how to create balance between your output and your energy levels.


What is it like to manage severe anxiety in lockdown? This month’s everywomanIncognito blogger discusses one woman’s struggle to maintain her mental health during the pandemic – and the lessons she’s learned…

Deborah Gruenfeld

everywomanBookClub: Acting With Power by Professor Deborah Gruenfeld (transcript of our interview with the author)

Sheridan Ash

Be inspired by the PwC leader’s journey from leaving school with no qualifications and little confidence, to tech leader and founder of a movement to encourage more girls to follow in her footsteps.

Kate Farrow, everywoman

Kicking off our new series, everywoman’s Kate Farrow reveals her connection to Denzel Washington, the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on her energy levels and body clock, and the self-help gurus who’d be at her fantasy dinner party (best clean those windows before they arrive, Kate).

Influence others

Making our opinions and ideas land comes down to how much influence we have on those around us. Our quick guide gives you five practical ways you can instantly build your influence on the key people in your life.

working from home

Companies around the world are doing what they can to limit the spread of COVID-19—from increasing their cleaning routines to implementing work-from-home policies for employees who are able to do their jobs remotely.


Wellbeing occurs when we’re aligned with our personal values. These six questions invite you to get more in touch with what matters to you, so that you can maximise your wellbeing at work and in life.


With more of us working remotely than ever before, it’s more essential than ever that we build trust with our leaders, employees and peers. But trust is complex. Gen up on its nuances to understand the role trust plays in your working life.