Not my usual – but some ramblings in a more serious note for those needing inspiration in this space…
Gender programs are many and varied and, although we are definitely leaps ahead of the bra-burning 70’s, we still have work to do in creating sustainable cultural change in the space of women at work. Here are the 5 Simple Steps I believe can get you to a meaningful cultural transformation. Continue reading “5 Simple steps to creating a cultural shift”
I am a superhero! The revelation just hit me…I’m Superman!
Except that I can’t fly. And I don’t have the 6-pack. And I don’t have the cape or the outy undies…okay so I’m not really superman. But I can magically transform into my alto ego in the blink of an eye!
Continue reading “Shezophrenia”
Being a princess has to be the best part of being a woman. I love my mornings faffing and preening and choosing exactly the shoes and the blouse and the skirt and the heels I feel calling out to me for the day; and then changing my mind and starting all over again! For all the challenges of corporate life as a woman, at least we can still feel pretty and feminine; albeit in head to toe black. Continue reading “Daddy’s courageous princess”
I’ve said it before, I love men!
Sitting watching my sons cricket in a gaggle of dads reminds me of why: the banter; the camaraderie the fun; it’s so incredibly appealing! There’s a special kind of energy that a group of men bring. Its tangible and exciting but at the same time completely isolating. Continue reading “The Mowgli Syndrome”