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When it comes to weighing up the negative impact tech will have and the benefits it will bring, The Governor of the Bank of England may be way off the mark.

A woman executive sits in a boardroom with 15 senior men around the table. One of the men turns to her and half-jokingly asks, ‘Aren’t you a bit intimidated?’ She pauses, looks him straight in the eye, then calmly responds, “You should be intimidated – there are only 15 of you…” It’s a great retort. […]

As summer comes to an end, many of us will begin to experience that looming ‘back to school’ feeling this September. Returning to old routines can be a struggle, particularly if you’ve spent time off on holiday. It’s easy to mourn the end of a season of rest and relaxation that your well-deserved break offered. […]

When put to good use, gap years can be a great opportunity to enhance your skills and try different experiences. Read more to find out how your gap year can enhance your CV.

There are many positive, productive benefits of offering your employees the opportunity to take a sabbatical. Here’s why I introduced them for my staff.

Summer work experience: what was your best/worst gig? And was it worth it? Find out how summer work experience can boost your career prospects.

As the dust settles on another Championship, it’s a great opportunity to reflect on the tournament and what it shows us about overcoming mental barriers, whether they’re on Centre Court or in the office.

Gareth Southgate’s tenure as England manager has seen the team go from strength to strength. So, what can businesses learn from his approach to leadership?

How do you know if a Graduate Training Scheme is right for you? And with so many on offer, how do you choose the one that’s right for you? Here are my top tips to help you.

Recently, I caught up with Beckie Sizer, People Director at reed.co.uk. She had this advice for women.

What are the lessons business leaders can learn from the 2018 World Cup? Are skills transferable from the game to the office?

Tech hub will bring equality to my home borough – but we need your support. Read my latest blog to find out more.