CHARISMA on the curriculum?

Throughout my learning and working experience as an actress, I can remember more than once uttering the words ‘basically, you can either act, or you can’t’.  What I meant was that although there are some fundamental skills that need to be in place, the ability to convince an audience that you are a character other…

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Corporate + Social Responsibility, Ambitious Women + Leadership

Join us today on WomenUP Radio with our guest Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, a dual qualified lawyer specialising in corporate investment banking and asset management and editor of Women in Leadership Publication . We will be discussing: – Corporate and Social Responsibility for Transitioning Women into Leadership.  What is the current situation? How does this impact us practically?  –…

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Women Deserve It!

As women, I think we all deserve to feel like Unstoppable Goddesses. Some people hear that and freak out, thinking it is melodramatic new-age hype. How negative and wrong they are! Why shouldn’t we enjoy our ‘self’? What is wrong with wanting to feel free, to direct our own path, enjoy our own independence, to…

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Women in STEM + Inspiring the Next Generation

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Stephanie Green, artist, Activist, Entrepreneur and Businesswoman. We will be discussing : – STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) and raising awareness and inspiring the next generation – the importance of role models and the attitude surrounding these sectors right from childhood.  – The essentials regarding education to follow…

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Creative Careers + (Older) Women in the Performing Arts

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Jules Bannister, her career covers a mix of journalism and professional acting and singing with production work in BBC Radio and the music business in between. We will be discussing: – Creative Careers – journalism, acting, radio, singing and the music business – the benefits and the issues,  – Double…

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Benefits of Flexible Working + Why it is a Win-Win for Companies and Employees!

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Sarah Broad, founder of AttuneJobs.com the jobsite specialising in part-time, job-shares and flexible working. We will be discussing: – Flexible working and the difference between flexible working, hot-desking and working from home. What are the benefits and what situations are they best suited to.   – The difference in the ways…

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How to Build an Effective Network + What you need to take into account with Start-Ups

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Frederique Cintrat, founder of Axielles.com Professional Networking platform  and Assurancielles Consultancy. We will be discussing: – Why networks are so important? What are the benefits that we gain from having a good network, what are the best ways to build them.   – The difference in the ways men and women…

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Education, Training and Professional Development for Women

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Dr Ruth Sacks, Business Development Director and Principal Lecturer at Westminster Business School. We will be discussing: – How to Promote Education, Training and Professional Development for Women? The emphasis on people, particularly women, to have degrees, masters and sometimes even PhDs to reach the highest levels in their career…

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Developing Entrepreneurial Skills + Women’s Strengths in Business

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Elaine Slatter, founder of Fabulous Fempreneurship and Principal of XL Consulting. We will be discussing: – How can we expand and develop our entrepreneurial skills? Are there any sectors that are particularly strong or especially adapted for entrepreneurship? What is the main attraction for women in creating their own business?…

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Next Generation of Women Leaders + Discrimination – Does race make a difference in gender balance

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Mariela Dabbah, Founder of the Red Shoe Movement. We will be discussing: – What is pivotal to the development of the next generation of women leaders? Where will they come from? What progress has there been? What changes in attitudes? – Is there a risk of losing our true…

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