Tag Archive | "Management and Leadership"

A Corporate “Mobility Linked” Lock-out – guest blog post by Susan Plunkett PhD

Over the past months I’ve read a number of engaging SheEO blogs on women in leadership roles and moving into the boardroom.  Those are aspirational goals and ones that every little girl should have in her toy garage or dollhouse at the ready.  But, what about those women who are more than competent, but for […]

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How can you shine in your first leadership role? And a great reminder to all managers about what the key things to focus on are

I’m a big fan of the Professionelle blog, and this article is no exception to their high standard of career advice. Here they address a question from a business analyst in management consulting about to step into a lead analyst role. She is the only female in the team, and has less experience in the […]

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Introducing About My Brain – another recommendation from my little black book

Following on from the launch of our new directory of recommended services that have been tried or tested by the sphinxx team and that I think you would benefit from knowing all about… this week it’s my pleasure to introduce you to Silvia Damiano and About My Brain.  … Neuroscience for everyone   Silvia Damiano […]

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Leadership and team development– EQ translated into 12 every day actions rather then a lofty goal to aspire to.

Women are often celebrated as leaders who have the EQ part of the job worked out. This list of 12 facets of EQ leadership explains what a manager who is looking to build a great team needs to do to make it happen. The 12 facets are all general principles that you should strive for […]

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Keep ahead of the trend: Six key shifts in the way we work from leaders of Deloittes LLP Centre On the Edge

A little while ago I wrote a blog sharing an article about how to stand out from your peers, who have the same degree, similar skills and experiences to you.  Another great way to stand out and get the promotion is to be more clued up and aware of how work is changing, and apply […]

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Sexual harassment – why people who witness it don’t report it, and why we really need to

Hot off the back of a settlement in the DJs sexual harassment case, incidences of sexual harassment are still alarmingly common across all industries. Whether you go by the stories you’ve been unofficially told or from the stats, the rate of women being made to feel uncomfortable in the workplace is way too high.  With […]

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