Read why Geraldine Bown is in favour of events for women. “Firstly, the buzz and energy of women gathered together is extraordinary. Whether it is a small group of 10 women or big conference of 1000 women there is a particular dynamic and synergy when women get together that raises the vibrational level…. “
Archive | May, 2011
Monthly career transition clinic with advice tips for real people, asking real questions. This month Dorothy considers what single piece of advice she would give professional women going on maternity leave. She suggests “helicopter connecting”. What would you say?
Dorothy Dalton tells us why she thinks quotas will be necessary and looks at the lip service currently paid to diversity. Change she says will be inevitable, however it comes about and calls on women to make sure that they are prepared. What do you think?
Brussels based Michele Mees, author of The Balanced Leader explains why she believes creating a better gender balance in a company is often impossible without putting gender in the wider context of diversity.
Wendy Mason asked herself what is maturity and is it really a quality she really possesses? How mature are you?
Join Ashanti Akabusi as she takes the journey from the U.K. as a high school student, to go to college in the the U.S. She now works for the social media company MySpace.
Vera Futorjanski recounts the choices she has faced in her interesting career. Follow her fascinating story from the Soviet Union to life as a professional tango dancer in South America and then beyond!
Monthly career transition clinic with advice tips for real people asking real questions. This month: bonus negotiation. Dorothy Dalton discusses the best way to handle that situation.
Dorothy shares the story of how 3Plus came into being. It’s a tale that demonstrates how the world is changing, how the internet and social media foster collaboration around the globe, and how three women – from the U.K., Belgium, and the U.S. joined forces in a shared mission.