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The Benefits of Using a Coach

Rhian Bowler / 20 Sep 2017

The Benefits of Using a Coach

The Benefits of Using a Coach Women tend to think their hard work and results should speak for themselves and help position them for their next role.  Succession planning should feature on the HR/business agenda regularly but your boss may not have time or head space to think...

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Women Boosting Women - Lasting Impressions

Rhian Bowler / 15 Sep 2017

Women Boosting Women - Lasting Impressions

As a leadership coach I read many career based articles, but a recent article by a friend and Executive Coach Zena Everett on the impression you make at interview really struck a chord with me.  When we approach an interview, we often focus a great deal of time and...

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Do you fear being ‘found out’?

Mark.Freed / 26 Jul 2017

Do you fear being ‘found out’?

We've discussed the existence of the 'confidence gap' and how women can doubt their abilities more often than men do.  But, what happens when our confidence suffers to the point of feeling like a fraud - when we no longer trust our abilities, feeling like we must have...

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Women Connecting with Women

Mark.Freed / 14 Jul 2017

Women Connecting with Women

Networking in its simplest form is just connecting with others. It’s a conversation. So why does the thought of networking make so many of us uncomfortable? It’s a valuable tool, linked to productivity and success at work – why do we tend to avoid it and...

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Women Supporting Women

Rhian Bowler / 28 Jun 2017

Women Supporting Women

In my first role after graduating, when presenting a proposal to my boss, he told me, “there’s only one thing wrong with your idea, it’ s not mine”!  I was reminded of this moment by the Punch cartoon where the man at the meeting...

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Senior Leaders - “Are you a fox or an owl, a sheep or a donkey?”

Mark.Freed / 26 May 2017

Senior Leaders - “Are you a fox or an owl, a sheep or a donkey?”

We were excited to host a workshop for Senior Female Leaders with Fiona Murden an experienced Occupational Psychologist and Executive Coach.  Many thanks to Bank of Montreal who kindly hosted the event for us in their city office.  The topic ‘Becoming a better version of yourself’,...

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“I’m so glad I discovered E2W” - A Conversation with Joanne Fleming

Mark.Freed / 20 May 2017

“I’m so glad I discovered E2W” - A Conversation with Joanne Fleming

How did you hear about E2W? I was in-between jobs, the market was quiet, and I was finding it difficult to get interviews.  CV’s can get ‘lost’ in the Banking recruitment systems and experienced women can fall between the gaps.   Last year I...

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