Felicity Cowie, author of Exposure, is a guest on the Superpowers School Podcast where she speaks with Paddy Dhanda about how communications can be made more powerful.
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‘The most significant issue for companies is the leaky pipeline and retaining women, supporting their progression into senior roles … Yet, there are practical steps that companies can take to enable change to happen.’
Joy Burnford, author of Don’t Fix Women, is featured in Chartered Management Institute where she shares three practical steps businesses can take to help close the gender pay gap: flexibility, allyship and coaching.
A quick skills refresher course to equip you with tools to make a difference Join CMI now to access While we all know that the gender pay gap is an issue that demands attention, I’m often amazed at how few businesses are taking practical steps to close it.
‘People who receive more professional development in how to nurture healthy workplace collaborations report higher job satisfaction than people who don’t receive that upskilling. They also feel more positively about collaboration in general and are eager to spend a higher proportion of their work lives engaged in collaboration.’
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate, is featured in Talent Management Excellence magazine speaking about how HR leaders can unlock the well-being of their people and the health of their organizations by enhancing collaborative capacity.
Organizations of all shapes and sizes celebrate collaboration as a value, a skill, and a way of working. CEOs deem collaboration a company-wide north star. Leadership teams include it on the list of company values. People leaders mention it liberally when recruiting and onboarding new employees.
‘When working effectively, PR is a great free tool to raise your profile in front of the right audience. The more time you can invest in the preparation stages before contacting others will make all the difference. ‘
Lucy Werner, author of Brand Yourself and Hype Yourself is featured on Publicover & Co discussing practical PR tips for startups.
Many startup founders have PR near the top of their list heading into this year. If that’s true for you, it’s also likely that your time and budget are divided into hundreds of other buckets that are also just as important.
‘As an entrepreneur myself I know it’s so important to gain all sorts of skills which can be right outside your comfort zone, in order to make your business a success.’
Felicity Cowie, author of Exposure, is featured in Bristol 24/7 s after recently being shortlisted for The Business Book Awards.
News / Female Entrepreneurs By Rachel Sutherland, Monday Mar 20, 2023 A Bristol entrepreneur and author has been chosen as a finalist for The Business Book Awards 2023. Felicity Cowie, a double Royal Television Society Award-winning former BBC, ITV and Panorama journalist, has been recognised for her book Exposure: Insider Secrets to Make Your Business a Go-To Authority for Journalists.
‘…we’re experiencing the greatest work/life transition in history. Never have so many reconsidered the relationship between the time they spend at work and their personal life. While, for most, this has been an opportunity to make positive changes, undoubtedly, challenges remain. Not least, navigating the increase in the time spent interacting through a screen and creating genuine connections between global teams.’
Ollie Henderson, author of Work/Life Flywheel is featured in Authority Magazine speaking with Phil La Duke as a part of an interview series called “Preparing For The Future Of Work”.
An Interview with Phil La Duke. “Podcaster Ollie Henderson On The Top Five Trends To Watch In The Future Of Work” is published by Phil La Duke in Authority Magazine.
‘The book is a real no nonsense approach to assessing your business and how you can make it more profitable and easier to run.’
Catherine Erdly’s book, Tame Your Tiger, is reviewed in 91 Magazine.
Small business owners – get on top of your finances with this no-nonsense business book by Catherine Erdly
Lucy Werner, author of Brand Yourself and Hype Yourself is featured on the Brand Therapy podcast speaking with hosts Phil and Lauren about getting publicity as a small business owner.
Listen to this episode from Brand Therapy on Spotify. How can you get PR without time or a publicist? 📰 You’re going to find out in this riveting episode of Brand Therapy. Hosts Phil and Lauren meet with Lucy Werner, hype queen and PR extraordinaire, to get the 411 on getting publicity as a small business owner.
‘You don’t need — or want — to appeal to everyone. You want to attract the right people. This means you can and should signal collaboration as a core value out of the gate.’
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate, is featured in ReWorked speaking about hiring and retaining collaborative people in order to create persistent, high-quality collaboration in the workplace.
If you want persistent, high-quality collaboration in the workplace, you need people who possess the skill sets, mindsets and dispositions that favor collaboration. You must attract, hire and retain collaborative people.
‘The first way to improve collaboration is to acknowledge that just because you are not aware of a problem doesn’t mean that you don’t have a problem. How do you figure out if you have a problem? The best way is to actually talk to the other collaborators and ask ‘what would you like to see more of from me’ and ‘what would you like to see less of from me?’
Deb Mashek, author of Collabor(h)ate, is a guest on School For Startups Radio alongside Dr Rob Mathews and host Jim Beach.
https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/7tv5wi/sfsr_2023_03_14.mp3 Dr. Deb Mashek – Collaboration Expert and Author of Collabor(h)ate: How to build incredible collaborative relationships at work (even if you’d rather work alone) The first way to improve collaboration is to acknowledge that just because you are not aware of a problem doesn’t mean…