Tag Archives: Women

American and Multi-Cultural – “You Cannot be Heard if you Do Not Speak Up”

In this interview Sarah Rifaat, a corporate lawyer turned entrepreneur, shares her thoughts on ambition, career, and what makes you develop as a person at work. Name               Sarah Rifaat Age           … 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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Networks – Useful or Social?

Networking is The Thing people tell you to do if you want to land that great job after university, move forward once you’re on the job market, or make your new business take off. But what is a good network? … Continue reading

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Women in Leading Roles – Can We Really Generalise?

Over the last few months, I have met several people who think that women, especially, change when they reach higher levels of hierarchy. They claim that women tend change in a more negative way, compared to men in the same … Continue reading

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