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In Practice

Chess board, strategic thinking

Strategic thinking is one of those business terms that can make us freeze. What is it? Why do we need it? And most importantly, how do we do it?

Emotional Intelligence

As artificial intelligence takes on more and more functional tasks in the workplace, leaders are increasingly relying on their ‘softer skills’ to make an impact.

Straight Allies in the Workplace rainbow flag

With more than one third of LGBT workers in the UK hiding their orientation for fear of discrimination, straight allies play a crucial role in ensuring they experience full equality in the workplace.

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Creating a culture of psychological safety around making mistakes isn’t just the preserve of Silicon Valley start-ups. Global organisations from multiple sectors could see the confidence and creativity of female talent soar—along with a healthy boost to the bottom line...

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Research conducted by everywoman shows that when women have access to role models, they feel more inspired, are more focussed on career development, more likely to be promoted, and less likely to leave the organisation.

“No two days are ever the same”, “the opportunities for progression” and “the chance to leave a real legacy”. Just some of the reasons the women who took part in our 2017 research study told us had drawn them to a career in transport and logistics.

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“Because it’s 2015!” was Justin Trudeau’s response to a journalist querying why he felt it so important to create a gender-balanced cabinet.

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What would happen if Baby Boomer Oprah Winfrey, Generation X frontman and record boss Jay-Z, UN Goodwill Ambassador and Millennial representative Emma Watson, and Burberry photographer and poster boy for Generation Z, Brooklyn Beckham, sat around a table to do business?

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January may be grey, but February’s Tech Awards and Forum are bright lights to head for, as we finally start moving into spring.