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Help Women Thrive at Work: Tips for Leaders

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As we move further into the second half of the year, now is a really great time to pause and take a moment to reset and refresh for the rest of the year.

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Manage Your Inner Critic

10 Tested Strategies to Manage Your Inner Critic

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THE QUESTION: How active is your inner critic, and how do you manage it? THE INSIGHTS: Most of us are quite familiar with the inner critic. It’s those nagging thoughts and the negative self-talk that tells us we’re not good enough, makes us spiral into self-doubt and undermines our progress. The voice is usually very […]

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Protecting Your Personal Integrity: Following Through in the Workplace

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How do you create positive change and momentum in your career and life when you don’t even know where to start? Here are 3 ways you can begin to bring more intentionality into your life and stop living on autopilot.

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There’s No Ken Without Barbie: Why Being a Passive Observer at Work Isn’t Enough

How do you create positive change and momentum in your career and life when you don’t even know where to start? Here are 3 ways you can begin to bring more intentionality into your life and stop living on autopilot.

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Negotiating The ASK: 3 steps to get them to invest (in you)

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By Sam Trattles We get asked all of the time about tips for negotiation – particularly how to get your boss to invest in the Women Rising program for you. We spoke to Sam Trattles, CEO and Negotiation Strategist at Other Side of the Table and asked for her best tips. She shared her 3-step […]

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How to Feel More Fulfilled in Your Career + Our Free Career Planner

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As we know from our 2023 research, only 7% of the women report being ‘always satisfied’ with their careers. A leading cause of career dissatisfaction? Lack of progression. There are many reasons why women don’t progress in their careers – with nowhere to move up within their organisation, lack of confidence to pursue promotions, and […]

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