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Authenticity, what’s the BIG DEAL… really?

There’s been a recurrent theme as I’ve been going about my business, chatting to leaders and executives, many grappling with reorganization, reducing costs, and striving for sustainable growth. That theme is ‘authenticity’ – fast becoming the buzzword for a new … Continue reading

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Are you sitting comfortably?

At last September’s conference of the ‘The Women’s Business Forum’ Nancy Staisey, MD of Life Sciences at IBM shared her fascinating take on “It’s Time… to Realise Your Potential: the importance of support”. Nancy explained how she often gets asked … Continue reading

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Is your cup overflowing… yet?

This is the 2nd in a series of reflections on the amazing experience that was ‘The Women’s Business Forum’ I attended in Harrogate at the end of September. The overarching theme was “It’s Time… to Make a Difference” and featured … Continue reading

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