We hear 'stop fixing women, fix the system' everywhere but is there more to it than we think? Dorothy Dalton puts it under scrutiny and unpacks the phrase.
Returnships are a new way for women who've taken a career break to ease back into a career. It's also a great method for employers to use. Here's why.
We hear many generalizations about women, which are not only frustrating but hold women back. Time to deconstruct these generalizations.
We hear about women being over mentored, but can this really be applied to ALL women? Find out why Dorothy Dalton thinks this generalization needs closer scrutiny.
Even with a CEO and board supporting gender balance, it is left to male middle managers to implement the leadership vision.This is where policies get stuck.
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 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?
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
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.