Men Can Be Better Allies To Women

5 Ways Men Can Be Better Allies To Women In The Workplace

By David Steenson When women are challenging their treatment or how they are perceived, getting backing from male colleagues can go a long way to making change happen.  Now I know this isn’t necessarily what some women in particular want to hear. But the stark truth is that ANY […]

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10 Gender Equality Myths Debunked

By David Steenson One of the biggest issues those of us (men and women) who are concerned with Gender Equality face is the idea that our fears are “all in our heads”.  From that starting point it’s difficult to engage in any meaningful discussion or debate on the issue. […]

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6 Resources to help with Public Speaking

Even the mere mention of public speaking can bring many people out into a cold sweat.  Recent studies have suggested some of us think it is a fate worse than death.  In essence when I talk about public speaking do not mean standing up and giving a Ted Talk. I […]

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5 Tips For Handling a Difficult Work Colleague

We spend 1,645 hours at work a year.  If you are having to deal with a difficult work colleague it can feel like twice that amount, and the effect that it can have on your health and well-being can be devastating.  We all have bad days, even bad weeks when […]

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Effective Personal Brand

Why your beliefs matter more than you think

When it comes to our goals in the workplace, we tend to focus on how to do the right thing that will impress our boss, colleagues or wow our clients.  But the truth is in order to create an effective personal brand you need to focus on yourself just as […]

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I just published 10 Ways to Manage Imposter Syndrome — Generation Women Blog