• Team-building on a shoestring budget

    Teams boost creativity, and there are a lot of creative ways to bond on a shoestring budget – without the cringe factor.

  • Sick of taking on other people’s problems?

    Is solving other people’s problems really an act of care? Women might be great problem-solvers, but we don’t always address the problems this can create.

  • How to respond to microaggressions at work

    Almost half of women have reported experiencing microaggressions and everyday sexism in the last year. Learn 3 simple ways to respond.

  • 5 steps to break free from negative self-talk

    Negative self-talk limits what we achieve. This week we share 5 steps (and a template) for identifying and changing yours.

  • Good things take time: the power of deep work

    Women are productivity machines, but to really move the needle in our organisations (and our careers), deep work matters.

  • Connecting for success: The power of LinkedIn

    70% of professionals get hired by organisations they have an existing connection with. Here’s how to boost your LinkedIn network by being yourself.

  • How to: Create your elevator pitch

    You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, so your professional elevator pitch counts. Learn how to confidently convey your value.

  • How to stop doing everyone else’s work

    Overwhelmed at work? Your delegation skills may be letting you down. Learn five actionable ways to get out of doing and back to leading.

  • How to: run a great one on-one-meeting

    One-on-ones should be a top priority, but you’ve probably never had formal training on how to run them effectively. Here’s 5 tips from the experts.

  • 5 ways to take control of your money🎙

    Like the best games, financial skills are easy to learn and almost impossible to master. Regardless of your starting point, you can take *back* control.

  • 5 simple ways to learn by doing 🎙️

    Women are less likely to put ourselves forward for promotions, projects, and payrises. Learn how to leave your comfort zone and GO FOR IT.

  • Feedback is a gift: how to give it effectively

    Want to help someone? Feedback is a gift you can give them. Learn 5 tips to delivering it with clarity and kindness.

  • How to be your own hype girl: The art of self-promotion

    How to authentically nail the art of self promotion and build your personal brand.

  • How to ask for feedback

    Are you one of 63% of employees hungry to hear how they’re performing? here’s 3 things you can do to get more feedback. The biggest impact you can have on the amount you’re given is by focusing on how you receive it, so here’s how to turn on the tap.

  • 5 communication lessons from Queen of Pop, Indra Nooyi

    Indra Nooyi, an Indian-born American businesswoman and one of the world’s most popular leaders, took PepsiCo’s top spot in 2006. The architect of Performance with Purpose, Nooyi transformed the company over 12 years – delivering 80% growth alongside pioneering strategies to improve the company’s impact on people and the planet. We’ve bottled her top communication lessons to give you the cheat sheet.

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