Tag Archives: Sheryl Sandberg

But Daddy, Mummy would have to become a boss first

Earlier this week, during the usual bedtime story chat one evening, a little voice made a comment of the more unusual sort : “But Daddy, Mummy would have to become a boss first.” Why, you may ask, do you hear … Continue reading

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Last Friday – On Mentors

Last Friday was one of the more stressful days I have had so far in my life. Not stressful like “I-have-too-much-to-do-at-work-and-I’ll-miss-the-kids’-school-performance-and-I-can’t-leave-because-of-this-really-important-meeting” stress, as the one you sometimes feel when you are a new working mum, but which goes away after … Continue reading

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How A Don’t Becomes a Do

You know how you tell children not to do something? And then they do. Adults are not much different… I found a really interesting article in the HBR online the other day, resuming a few things I’ve mentioned earlier on this blog. The good … Continue reading

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The Old News – Gender Equality

“The day that I’ll be able to nag at you the same way you nag at me, will be when women and men are truly equal.” This is a joke my husband sometimes throws at me to make me stand … Continue reading

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