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Social networking could bring big benefits to leaders, but the majority of them don't do it. Seven out of ten Fortune 500 chief executive officers have no social media presence at all, according...
What do matchboxes and fridge magnets have to do with leading a growing business? A lot, according to Angela Hamlin, the former deputy matron of a major London hospital and founder of Draycott...
everywomanClub member Jen McAleer can see into the future – of retail that is. Jen is managing director at Start JG, the brand, retail and digital agency that has helped businesses such as...
Tea Colaianni always thought internationally. "As a girl I wanted to be the Italian Ambassador to Singapore and during my law degree I chose international law topics," says Tea, who was...
Women who want to move into the lead cannot wait while men decide to hand over the prizes. It seems that the pipeline to the board is drying up. Women only filled 14 per cent of the roles one rung...
The issue of women in the boardroom is causing controversy in the UK. Lord Davies published his second progress report looking at the numbers of women on boards. The overall results are positive; as...

Clare Harris always enjoyed decorating dining tables. "I loved creating a theme, and making things go pop, bang sparkle," she says. In 1999 she spotted a gap in the market for design-led party accessories and left her career in technology to start her business Talking Tables.

Technology is changing fast, so how it will affect you, your business and your team in the future? Jacqueline de Rojas is in a prime position to tell you. Jacqueline has always been a technology...
As a young dance teacher Anne Walker could not find good quality leotards for her students so she started making her own. Soon other dance teachers asked her to supply them too, so she borrowed...
Sophie Chandauka’s Grandmother's philosophy has powered her networking: “everyone matters”, no matter how small or incidental their role might seem. Born in Zimbabwe and, via scholarships, educated...