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PR daddy challenges culture and works flexibly

Chris Reed is the Founder of Restless Communications, an agency that helps organisations communicate at the speed, frequency and with the tone required for a social media age. He is @chris_reed on Twitter. Many moons ago he asked to work part-time and started to shift a culture.   Asking to work part-time at one of London’s […]

Talent Fueller – Sue McLean, Morrison & Foerster LLP.

Talent Fueller Interview with Sue McLean, Morrison & Foerster LLP. “Talent Fueller” is our name for individuals who are working to keep, support and fuel female talent whether part of their role or ‘off the side of their desk.’ Sue is a senior lawyer in MoFo’s European technology practice and the founder and chair of […]

Talent Fueller – Katarina Fidler, Carillion

Talent Fueller Interview with Katarina Fidler, Carillion. “Talent Fueller” is our name for individuals who are working to keep, support and fuel female talent whether part of their role or ‘off the side of their desk.’ Kat Fidler is the general manager of Sky Blue Solutions, part of leading integrated support services group Carillion, which […]

Talent Fueller – Tracy Groves, PwC

Talent Fueller Interview with Tracy Groves, PwC. “Talent Fueller” is our name for individuals who are working to keep, support and fuel female talent whether part of their role or ‘off the side of their desk.’ Something interesting is happening at PwC on the gender inclusion front and Tracy Groves is the catalyst behind it. […]

Talent Fueller – Allison Page, DLA Piper

Talent Fueller Interview with Allison Page, DLA Piper. “Talent Fueller” is our name for individuals who are working to keep, support and fuel female talent whether part of their role or ‘off the side of their desk.’ Allison Page is a partner in the finance team of global law firm, DLA Piper. She works in the […]

Talent Fueller – Melissa Geiger, KPMG

Talent Fueller Interview with Melissa Geiger, KPMG. “Talent Fueller” is our name for individuals who are working to keep, support and fuel female talent whether part of their role or ‘off the side of their desk.’ Melissa Geiger was the youngest female to make partner at KPMG age 32. Now 38 and with two young children […]

Talent Fueller – Carolanne Minashi, Citi

Talent Fueller interview with Carolanne Minashi, Citi. “Talent Fueller” is our name for individuals who are working to keep, support and fuel female talent whether part of their role or ‘off the side of their desk.’ Carolanne Minashi heads up diversity, employee relations and engagement for EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) at Citi – […]

Talent Fueller – Nicki Seignot, ASDA

Talent Fueller interview with Nicki Seignot, ASDA. “Talent Fueller” is our name for individuals who are working to keep, support and fuel female talent whether part of their role or ‘off the side of their desk.’ Nicki Seignot is part of Asda’s HR team at the home offices in Leeds. She’s also the bright mind […]

Shaking the gender agenda

A talent-keeping comment piece by Jessica Chivers Long-term profitable businesses are, in theory, good places to seek best practice on many fronts; their profitability suggests they’re efficient and effective on everything from product design to marketing to recruitment and retention. And whether they’re viewed as such by employees or not, profitable businesses are scientific undertakings […]

Sage advice from Sheryl Sandberg

We’ve digesting Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead chapter by chapter in this post. It’s an impressive, eye-opening and valuable resource for managers, leaders and EDI practitioners with no less than 35 pages of academic references.   You might prefer to take away this lengthy post as a pdf. It […]