I’ve mentioned the power of 10 before now; it’s about reviewing an event 10 days, 10 weeks, or 10 months later to establish what change has happened. We’re 10 days or so after #IWD2023 and just over 12k views of the posts which were graciously submitted by a team of smart women. Some thoughts of… Read More 10 days later
Another #IWD2023 blog post, this is by Fran Harrison from QA. Answer this question: when you’re developing or delivering a new learning experience, what’s the very first thing you normally do? In those first few seconds of your audience’s time? . . . . . . We have something vitally important to communicate. It’s all too tempting… Read More Engaged / Vacant
Another #IWD2023 blog post, this time from Gemma Wells at The Opportunity Group. The worries of working long hours whilst trying to be present for your children is a struggle that women still face. A recent study found that many women feel forced to choose between being a mum over having a successful career; it’s… Read More Frustration
Another #IWD2023 post, this time by Donna Ward-Higgs from Learning Partner Solutions. Daniel Goleman identified coaching as a core competence of EQ within the domain of relationship management. The ability to build rapport, listen deeply and actively, and ask curious questions to unlock internal insight are important elements of being effective in leading others well.… Read More Do you have to be a ‘coach’ to be a great leader?
Here’s another #IWD2023 post. This is by Rachel Gibbs from Merities Consulting IWD has its roots in the early 1900s within the USA socialist movement and also in Europe, concentrating on women’s suffrage. It’s fair to say that significant global progress has been made since then. In the mid-1960s, the day was adopted by the… Read More International Women’s Day – tokenism or a step towards inclusion?