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Thinking aloud: Is David Cameron a manager, not a leader?

Thinking aloud: Is David Cameron a manager, not a leader?

I read this article by Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian a little while ago, and… Read more →

The excitement of new information

The excitement of new information

I started a Masters’ degree last week. As of now, I am a student again,… Read more →

Hold the front page – at Women Outside the Box

Hold the front page – at Women Outside the Box

I popped down to the Women Outside the Box festival on Monday at the Arnolfini. What… Read more →

Capitalism: moral as well as legal?

Capitalism: moral as well as legal?

Listening to File on Four the other day, I found myself mildly appalled by a… Read more →

Do I need to worry about my brand, for Women Outside the Box

Do I need to worry about my brand, for Women Outside the Box

I wrote a short piece on starting to think about your brand for small businesses… Read more →

Pelicans and camels – an update about ethics

Pelicans and camels – an update about ethics

A few months ago I wrote a post on quotas for women in senior roles… Read more →

From mummy bloggers to happy planets – and back again

From mummy bloggers to happy planets – and back again

The New Statesman carried a blog post the other day that started me thinking. It… Read more →

Pelicans and camels – or how I learned to stop worrying and love the quota

Pelicans and camels – or how I learned to stop worrying and love the quota

Re-reading some of my favourite Caitlin Moran columns in Moranthology this week, I came across… Read more →

Flexible working isn’t for trading away – it’s the future

Flexible working isn’t for trading away – it’s the future

Recently, I resigned from my job. I was working four days a week, in a… Read more →