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A Woman Who Conquered Male-Dominated Field

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Zoe Walsh is a director of GLH, a private hire passenger car and courier service based in North London. Zoe has helped GLH to become one of London’s largest and most respected ground transportation providers, with a focus on excellent customer service. With over 1,500 customers in both the public and private sectors (including Marks…

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A Manifesto For Living Boldly

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By Griselda Togobo “It took less than 40 years to put a man on the moon, but it will take 170 years to put a woman in the board room in many places on our planet.” World Economic Forum. 170 years is totally unacceptable and we need to do something about it.  I’m privileged in…

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16 Women Leaders Pledge To #BeBoldForChange

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Photography by Suzy Mitchell  One hundred and sixty-nine years. That’s how long The World Economic Forum predicts it will take us to close the gender gap.  We have to get there faster!  And so, on International Women’s Day (March 8), women around the world are called to action to accelerate gender parity – to #BeBoldForChange by…

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No You Are Not An Imposter!

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By Griselda Togobo I have been having some interesting conversations with two of the young women I mentor. We’ve been talking through their future plans and how to leverage current opportunities to progress within their careers. These young girls are succeeding in their chosen fields and blazing new paths yet they are living in constant…

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Should Your ‘Executive Style’ Be A Personal Choice Or Employer Choice?

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Recent national and international reports claim that women are still being forced by some employers to wear high heels, make-up and revealing clothes. And whilst it’s worth noting that it’s not discrimination to request your employees to dress appropriately and professionally for the workplace; the question now being asked is what does ‘appropriate’ actually mean…

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6 Tips For Nailing Your Online Interviews

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  By Jacqui Harper  In January many people resolve to get a new job and often the first step is doing a confident and memorable online interview. It’s all about the first ten seconds. That’s when recruitment professionals decide whether to continue watching you or move onto the hundreds of other recordings. At the heart…

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