The BBC gender pay gap – can women negotiate as well as men?
Last week the BBC published its list of ‘star salaries’ and caused a furore on the shocking gender pay gap. In all the discussions, however, no-one is looking at one aspect of women at work – their ability to negotiate pay and believe in their worth.
Time to rethink dyslexia – ability not disability?
Until four years ago my understanding of dyslexia was limited. The little I knew was gained from seeing friends of my children given extra time for exams, reading a few articles and hearing the despair of parents who were trying to help their children
How to Take Constructive Criticism in 6 Steps: A Priceless Gift
Prime Women asked me to write about this subject, as it is something that has been asked by readers: How should you take constructive criticism? It is one of those interesting topics that I thought many would have a view on. They do! I put it out on
How to moderate (facilitate) a panel of diverse cultures
Working in Dubai, perhaps now the global hub of conferences, you can see first hand the challenge of creating a great event with very diverse cultures and managing issues from language to presentation styles. For a moderator (or facilitator) it can be
Why organisations should have a plan to engage with politicians
Too many organisations are often guilty of only engaging with elected representatives when things go wrong. We’ve all seen the headlines and cringed a bit at what’s gone on. And too many communications professionals make the same mistake – and aren’t
Businesses need long-term PR strategies – CIPR State of the Profession report 2017
The Chartered Institute of Public Relation’s (CIPR) annual barometer of the PR industry in the UK has been published and it reveals that businesses are responding to the challenging media landscape by focussing on strategy. The CIPR’s State of the