Women often shy away from highlighting their achievements and value at work. But considering they’re positively impacted by another woman’s success, how can brands, platforms, and an inclusive approach help women get comfortable sharing their success and inspire them to claim their worth?
Gemma Stow is a self-promotion expert for introverted female leaders. Her leadership framework helps to empower female employees to step up, go for promotions, and showcase themselves and their company.
Dorothy Dalton is a global talent management strategist, certified coach and trainer, author and speaker, and CEO of 3Plus International, which supports organisations in achieving gender balance and motivating women to reach their potential.
Stefanie Sword-Williams is the founder and author of F*ck Being Humble, a mentoring platform and book that helps people to overcome the fear of self-promotion and be the best possible brand they can be.
Anna Foden is a Manchester-based writer. She studied Japanese, politics and sociology and writes on culture and business trends. She can often be found in a cinema watching a biopic or Star Trek.
Though the stand-up scene in India is relatively young, it has been just as male-dominated as in the Western world. But as more female comics take to the stage and gain popularity, they’re using their platform to challenge prevailing stereotypes that resign women to domestic roles.
The soccer mom cliché couldn’t feel more dated. These days, American moms are more likely to be breadwinners than pitchside cheerleaders. But a new era for moms doesn’t mean businesses have adapted, so they’re making new realities instead. How are moms taking control – and are brands keeping up?
Female Gen Xers were trailblazers in the workplace, but now face mid-career challenges that often go overlooked. Canvas8 spoke with Kath Sloggett, founder of career coaching organisation Runneth, to learn how businesses can better support them during pivotal moments in their working lives.
Emotional labor in the workplace is counterproductive, taxing, and detracts from the work that adds real value to businesses. Unfortunately, it also disproportionately affects women, who often end up assuming a caretaker role even at work, further hindering their ability to move up the ladder.