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Recent events have highlighted the urgent need to address a lack of substantive diversity in this post-modern life. 5 women open a discussion on how to achieve this in a work setting.
It's not easy trying to have it all. Is it possible? Is it even desirable? London Business Magazine talks to a range of businesswomen from differing backgrounds about this common conundrum
Ever wished you could go back in time and say something to your younger self? Or perhaps you're wondering what piece of advice your older self would offer. Read on to embark on a journey through life's experience.
Enough of the greenwash! Plenty can talk the talk on climate issues but London Business has passed the mic to women sharing insights and taking sustainable action today.
Stuck in a rut? Reeling from the 'winter blues'? Read on as 10 women share their experience and expertise to get you through the longer nights
By Claire YewAt the age of 30, retirement planning was not even on my mind! I was single, my career was just taking off, and I was enjoying my life. One day, my friend told me about his plan to work very hard to retire at the age of 45. That really...
By Sujany Baleswaran After battling cervical cancer at the age of 30 whilst going through a divorce, to finding a lump on her breast at the age of 38 to then being diagnosed with a rare disease called Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis, Cynthia Simmons is familiar with the walls of a hospital and the constant...
By Sree Menon Though often used interchangeably, scaling, and growing a business are two very distinct concepts. New small businesses and successful start-ups can penetrate the market and perceive exponential growth in short periods of time. We mistakenly consider them successful, but the reality is that whenever a business grows too quickly, it makes...
By Cynthia VeraFor some, their career path is one that is planned and pursued with the intention of fulfilling this purpose. For Canadian actor, screenwriter and director Bobby Del Rio, the path to the filmmaking industry revealed itself slowly and soon enough, Bobby fell in love with filmmaking.With a career spreading across...
By Kayleigh GreenacreFounder of Actually, I Can! Kayleigh Greenacre has set out to inspire women to develop a growth mindset by empowering them to achieve their desired goals and reach success.Research has shown that the mindset plays a major part in gaining success. Kayleigh believes that success is directly...

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