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Latest from the everywoman Network

Colleen Glaeser
Lady Colleen Glaeser is the first woman to serve on the board of international directors for Russian software developer AxxonSoft.
Equal Pay
Campaigners launch Equal Pay Advice Service for Equal Pay Day 2018
Julie Humphreys
"Don’t let your insecurities limit your ambition."
Women leadership STEM
Why diversity is key to improving life-changing technology.
Twenty-two women from across the UK are announced today as finalists in the 2018 NatWest everywoman Awards.
resilience wellbeing
I was open to the change and applied for this particular role, but the following day word had got round, I have no idea how, and when I walked in and said, ‘Good Morning’ nobody responded.
Nitasha Devasar
Nitasha Devasar, managing director of academic publishers Taylor & Francis India and South Asia (and whose book Publishers on Publishing: Inside India's Book Business is out now) describes her business journey and shares her best business advice.
Winnie Law Experian
The reason why someone gets a job is at least 50 per cent down to how others perceive their ability and potential, rather than what they can really do.
wellbeing resilience
Wellbeing depends on having strong boundaries but so often we are not clear on what they should be and why they're important. We look at the six key boundaries to put in place to improve your wellbeing and productivity – and how to do it effectively at work.
and breathe
Whether you lack public speaking confidence and want to know how to get it or you’re comfortable speaking in public and just keen to finesse your presentation, there’s plenty in the blogosphere to help.