To provide a learning opportunity, the Women’s Network at Global Payments in Dublin a leading fintech company, hosted a panel discussion on workplace diversity and inclusion initiatives . Jane was delighted to be asked to participate.Continue reading “On Diversity & Inclusion at Global Payments”
Increasing Team Diversity
Stepping Up To The Dishwasher – Intervene In A Low Key Manner
“I need help” he said, with a slight urgency in his tone.
Fire At Work – Celebrating An Everyday Hero At Work
“Working in a very small startup, it’s almost definitely expected that you are part of a do-all / fix-all team. From building SaaS products to buying toilet bleach, I have come across my fair share of playing multiple roles in the office.Learn More
Learn About Feminism At Work
Can’t find what you are looking for here? Try out this curated collection of enlightening and accessible information sources to help you stay current or learn more about:
- gender (in)equality at work,
- the different experiences women’s and men’s have of work, and
- ‘doing’ feminism.
Inclusion – What is it?
Continue reading “Inclusion – What is it?”
“How well organizations and their members fully connect with, engage, and utilize people across all types of differences.”Deane & Ferdman, 2013, p4
Feminism – What Is It?
=> LEARN ABOUT FEMINISM (Includes 2 Great Short Videos)
Feminism is the belief in the social, economic, and political equality amongst the genders.
Individual Influences on Leadership Capabilities
So you want to make more impactful contribution to the organisation? Or perhaps you are just interested in growing your skills and learning. Considering how you as an individual can influence development of your leadership capabilities, three aspects are heavily intertwined and core:Find Out More
Moments of Inclusion
Create Professional Trust
Continue reading “Create Professional Trust”
“Specific interpersonal support, coping or cooperation … shared sisterhood does not require bosom friends but I have to trust you enough to carry my emotions along side me”Tina Opie and Beth Livingston
“Connect a protégé with opportunities, contacts and advocate on their behalf… creating a culture of support, and where talent is recognized and rewarded for all employees.”Anne Welsh-McNulty