The past 18 months has seen a reckoning around the world. The #MeToo movement hasn’t just demanded a stop to sexual harassment in the workplace, it has insisted that a seismic power shift take place across the globe. We look at how #MeToo fits into the past 15 years of gender equality gains, and losses, which have helped shape workplaces and societies today.
International Women’s Day, 8 March, is celebrated as a public holiday in some countries but largely ignored in many others. We bring you inspiring stories from incredible women around the world who have made their mark but continue to fight for the rights of their less fortunate sisters.
It’s challenging to build teams with the right mix of skill sets and mindsets: deep psychological work is vital for successful executive reconfigurations.
They don’t make good beer ‘for a woman’, they just make good beer.
Businesses can no longer be a little bit digital. However, many are wrestling with getting up to speed with the very technology that is meant to help them. In no industry is this truer than in marketing.
A pair of new documentaries about the festival, Fyre Fraud and Fyre underscore the immense voyeuristic interest in the whole fiasco.
Not only do customers commit dollars – whether that’s hundreds, thousands or perhaps even millions – to your business, they can, and should, be your best brand ambassadors.