Category Archives: glass ceiling

Women in Sport – and the workplace too!

There has been much publicity surrounding the centenary of the football match that interrupted fighting in the trenches during WW1. Indeed, Sainsbury’s have used the story in its Christmas advertising. I was intrigued by a news story last week that … Continue reading

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Corporate Social Responsibility – and the occasional lack of

Today, I think I will start with a one question quiz that you won’t be able to answer. What do these people have in common? Ari Mervis, Mike Walsh, Anton Van Heerden, Dan Last, Grant Peck, Tanya Southey, Peter Filipovic, … Continue reading

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Women on the Board – as proposed by Richard Branson

Having recently been involved in many discussions about women in senior management positions and on the boards of companies, I intended writing an article on the subject. However, when I was sent the article below via my Twitter feed, I … Continue reading

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So how would you react as an employer? – (guest blog)

Jenny Garrett is a leadership coach and founder of Reflexion Associates, she is author of Rocking Your Role, the ‘how to’ guide to success for female breadwinners. We have agreed to guest blog on each other’s sites this week. You ask … Continue reading

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Women in the Boardroom – what will it take?

Three reports came my way this week; an article, a radio interview and a small news item. Separate issues, but clearly linked. In Financial News, with the headline “Davies shuns quotas to address gender imbalance”, is an article about Lord … Continue reading

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Words Betray Attitudes – an insight into prejudice!

David Cameron has been caught out twice in the past few months using inappropriate language towards women. He has, on both occasions, tried to minimise the affect of the comments, attempting to justify them and perhaps laugh them off. This … Continue reading

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Men Only Sports Club – unacceptable!

This post is not as contemporary as some I write, but was away last week, so I hope you will excuse the slight belatedness of this comment, which once again uses sport as its stimulus. I have kept it deliberately … Continue reading

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