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About Dorothy Dalton

Dorothy is an International Talent Management Strategist, social entrepreneur and Co-Founder of 3Plus. She works on both sides of the executive search spectrum from” hire to retire”, specialising in sourcing hard to find candidates for executive search firms and international organisations, career transition coaching and training .

Is Mothering Sunday still relevant?

Mothering Sunday in the UK is traditionally held in Lent. But is it still relevant when the role of women is treated ambiguously the rest of the year.

How to make the most of meetings

How do you make the most of meetings when everyone knows that most are a waste of time. Which onesdo you attend and how do you stand out when you are there?

7 small steps towards a bias conscious culture

We know about unconscious bias and diversity quotas but what real steps can we take to be inclusive? Dorothy Dalton breaks it down to bias conscious culture

Mentoring programmes support employee engagement

At a time when employee engagement is at an all- time low mentoring programmes can add significant value towards increasing employee engagement, which will be both immediate and significant.

Why women self-deselect from career opportunities

Hiring and promotion processes are riddled with male coded practices, which is why women self-deselect and halt their own careers. Here's why.

Salary negotiation lines to have up your sleeve

Negotiating a salary can be daunting but being prepared is key. These 5 salary negotiation lines will help you seal the deal and earn what you deserve.

How to fix your female talent pipeline

Learn how 3Plus can help you fix your female talent pipeline by identifying and attracting top level women candidates for business success.

What male mentors need to know about mentoring women

With a low number of women in senior roles it falls on male mentors to support women. But male leaders do not always have the right training.

Make a plan to plan your career

Planning your career can seem like a daunting task. Look at how to break it down. Make a plan to plan your career and success will follow.

The worrying normalisation of misogyny

The normalisation of misogyny is embedded in our social media diets that even an ad from Audi can cause a sexist backlash. It exposes something much deeper.
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