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The reasons why an employee might be working at less than optimum levels are varied. Lack of adequate training, feeling undervalued, low self-esteem, office politics or career path dilemmas can all...
The everywomanWorld series makes a pit stop in Ghana’s capital, Accra, where we caught up with Iris Owusu-Manu, 38, for a chat about her working life as HR Business Partner (Corporate Functions...
Many of us can relate to the idea of taking on a project only to find ourselves cast adrift, feeling our way through the dark, unsure of ourselves and the desirability of the path we’re heading...
There’s a widely held assumption that women are less comfortable than men with promoting themselves and their skills – a premise we put to the test during our everywomanNetwork webinar ‘Building Your...
Our individual approaches to problem-solving can be as varied as the problems we’re tasked with solving. In our recent webinar ‘Overview Of Problem Solving’, everywomanNetwork associate Sara Parsons...
The old adage of never working with family isn’t one you’ll find haircare empress Jo Hansford MBE agreeing with. The everywomanClub member, whose eponymous London Mayfair salon is now in...
20 November 2014 LAST NIGHT, THE EVERYWOMANCLUB HELD ITS FINAL GATHERING OF 2014, AT ONE OF ITS CHICEST LOCATIONS TO DATE – HOST AND CLUB MEMBER AMANDA WAKELEY OBE’S MAYFAIR FLAGSHIP IN...
Technology has revolutionised the job hunt; 45% of the 2.4 billion Internet users around the globe have gone online to find their next career move. When LinkedIn celebrated its 10 th birthday in 2013...
I first attempted suicide at the age of seven. Distress in children is often perceived as bad behaviour rather than an expression of pain. As a teenager I was dismissed as a ‘drama queen...
HOW DO YOU LEAD IN A COMPANY WHERE STAFF CAN CHOOSE THE LENGTH OF THEIR HOLIDAYS, HOW MUCH SICK LEAVE THEY TAKE AND HOW TO MANAGE THEIR OWN EXPENSES? Can't imagine it? Neither could Dragana...