Job-sharing: a business case blueprint
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This post takes you through how to make a compelling case for job-sharing - whether for your current employer, or a prospective new one. There are useful facts and statistics and FAQs.
This is our Job Share Business Case Blueprint.
The quieter you become, the more you can hear (or three simple ways to communicate more effectively)
Start at the very beginning
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Nine strategies for attracting and retaining talented women
Learning the basics of effective communication is such a massive, but quick, win – there are lots of small changes you can make which mean that you both give off what you want, and make people around you feel heard.
So next time you’re pondering how to be more visible or powerful, how to get your toddler/ teen to do what you want, or even trying to win at the poker table, you’d do worse than read this and take on a few of the tops.
A recent thread on a women in tech group produced some great suggestions for attracting and retaining women in tech, particularly in a environment where men are in the majority. The suggestions seem so relevant to any industry, that I thought I’d share them here.