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Posted on 22 Sep 2016
Discover Mitzie's insight into how she transforms a negative belief into a positive affirmation WATCH
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Posted on 22 Sep 2016
Discover Mitzie's secret yet simple technique to building confidence. WATCH
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Posted on 22 Sep 2016
Mitzie Hoelscher explains how writing our own positive affirmations can create positive power. WATCH
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Posted on 22 Sep 2016
How visualisation can change your approach "When I can see what I want to achieve; when I can picture it - then I'm unstoppable," says Mitzie, in this short clip looking at how visualisation can be used to move past 'stuck thinking'. WATCH
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Posted on 22 Sep 2016
Managing time to reduce stress Managing time effectively is critical in any business and can often be a source of stress. WATCH
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Posted on 8 Sep 2016
Our everywomanClub members are voices of experience in topics ranging from networking and presentation skills to work/life balance and raising your profile. WATCH
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Posted on 26 Aug 2016
The power of pushing back WATCH
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Posted on 26 Aug 2016
How to control your work / life balance Whilst Wendy Papworth, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Barclays Plc, thrives on a certain level of stress and adrenaline, she’s very clear about where her own personal boundaries lie at work. WATCH
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Posted on 26 Aug 2016
Identify your influencing style When it comes to being a successful influencer, Wendy Papworth knows that the first step is to recognise what style of influencing you’re most comfortable with. WATCH
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Posted on 26 Aug 2016
What kind of creative are you? For Wendy Papworth, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Barclays Plc, creativity is important in every role so it’s vital to work out how your brain operates. WATCH
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Posted on 26 Aug 2016
Why it pays to be honest When Wendy Papworth, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Barclays Plc, struggled with a challenging summer job at a travel agency, she couldn’t have predicted that her negative experiences would help her secure her first job. WATCH
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Posted on 26 Aug 2016
How to move on from mistakes For Wendy Papworth, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Barclays Plc, making mistakes is an inevitable part of being human. So, rather than dwell on what we can’t change, what’s more important is how we react to these situations. WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
When she found herself tangled in a political situation, Beatrice dealt with the issue rationally and didn’t seek help. With hindsight, she tells us, she would have acted differently. WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
At the start of her career, Béatrice told us she focused on delivering in her job, and being technically competent - until she got noticed and started building relationships based on transparency and honesty. WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
"The way I manage stress is to try and completely disconnect my professional life from my personal life," Béatrice reveals. WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
When it comes to listing the most creative industry sectors, it’s unlikely 'energy' would spring to mind immediately. But, Béatrice explains, in today’s increasingly connected world, it’s becoming more and more important to find new, creative ways of connecting with customers. WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
How do you foster creativity in your teams? How can you influence senior colleagues? WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
The new everywomanNetwork app is available now in both iOS and Android versions.  Our step-by-step video guide gives you all the information you need to start accessing the content and tools you need to help develop your career. WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
Spend time with stakeholders in a business and understand their perspectives. WATCH
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Posted on 25 Aug 2016
How can diversity help creativity? Some of our best ideas come from the most unusual circumstances. Fiona Jackson explains how diverse points of view can spark creativity in unlikely places. WATCH
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