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Category Archives: Women in Business
The key lessons I’ve learned along the way are:
1) You have a story to tell. Everyone has a story; everyone has something that motivates them. Your story is no less important than anyone else’s. Stop comparing yourself to others and know your self-worth. Continue reading
When will we have a big enough pool of talented experienced women ready to join boards? When will the men on boards, the chief executives, chairmen and shareholders be ready to accept a more balanced percentage of women into the top of their organisations? If that photo is any kind of evidence then we might be waiting for a while yet. Continue reading
Frances Rutter, chief executive, Epsom & Ewell Borough Council 5.30am I must change my phone alarm to something less alarming! Up early to read papers for a meeting with a property developer later today, which I should have done last … Continue reading
Sally Pritchett, director, Something Big, co-chair, Business Women in Surrey 6.15-7.00am I start the day on a torture machine, otherwise known as a cross-trainer! If I don’t exercise first thing in the morning the day takes over and I’d never … Continue reading
If I had a pound for every person who asks me ‘I just don’t know how you do it’ I’d be able to retire. Of course, by ‘it’ they are referring to running a busy and growing business alongside a … Continue reading
The debate continues and there is still work to be done. But last month (March 2014), Lord Davies published the latest update three years on from his initial ground-breaking Women on Boards Report. And the news is good. Women now … Continue reading
Leadership that is. That’s what I went to find out when I attended a recent Business Women in Surrey event. Heather Wood, chief executive of Rainbow Trust, put a good case forward that women are more emotionally intelligent, often work … Continue reading
Our next Business Women in Surrey (BWiS) event invites you to join the debate in a mock court room style drama! Following a lively debate from our guest speakers around the realities of gender equality, we will invite you to … Continue reading