Business Book Awards founder Lucy McCarraher talks role modelling versus tokenism and why every woman in business needs to get a book under her belt.
Imposter syndrome is a myth, according to new research that crunched the numbers from 10,000 survey respondents worldwide. But what does this mean for diversity and inclusion targets for UK businesses?
Professor Richard T Harrison explores how women business angel investors can break through the glass ceiling in investment.
There’s a reason why women pull out the gender card and blame their gender for holding them back by default.
The internet is rife with the “skimpy” dress female tennis players are wearing at Wimbledon courtesy of Nike. But the dress saga itself seems to have spurred on a debate about sponsors and looks.
Since 1911 when the first International Women’s Day was held, women have celebrated their economic, political and social achievements and campaigned for parity. Now over 100 years on what exactly has changed and what is the psychology of the female worker in 2016?
Alarmingly, 73 per cent of Brits have been unable to name a single female in tech, but reality TV star Kim Kardashian has come out on top of the industry’s innovative women thanks to her apps.
I think we’d all agree that the UK is an enterprising, technologically savvy and forward-thinking nation – so it really surprises me that there are still so few women who hold senior roles in the technology sector.
Debra Charles, CEO of Novacroft, talks about the importance of recognising and promoting the equal contribution of women and girls in the sciences, as well as how we can (and should) encourage greater participation of females and aid their career development.
With just one of the 20 highest-earning UK stand-ups being a woman, comedy is undoubtedly one of Britain's less gender equal industries. At the First Women Summit, Katherine Ryan spoke about the challenges she encountered while making a name for herself.
According to one panel of the First Women Summit, women don't make less than men – it's a bogus fact that just won't die down. However, there are reasons why it seems that way, and methods to further ensure equal wages for all.
A panel at our First Women Summit 2016, supported by the CBI, tried to tackle the issue of whether females sometimes needed to turn a blind eye to inappropriate behaviour in order to further the case of women in business.