I recently saw a post on Instagram which read ” Stop hating yourself for everything you aren’t and start loving yourself for everything you already are“. It made me stop and think and ask the question am I doing this?
To be honest the answer was yes. To some degree I was, self-sabotaging my good works and hard efforts with unflattering comments that reflected poorly on my normal positive mindset.
I thought about this and I gave myself permission to wallow ( just for a little bit ) in my self sabotaging state of mind. I felt as if I needed to go through this and get it out, after all, I’m only human. Just like at times it’s good to cry, scream, yell, perhaps throw something or punch something. In order to let go of the negative energy that has taken over all the wonderful things you already are.
The first half of the statement is powerful, Stop hating yourself for everything you aren’t. This is not always easy to...
In 2020, a brand must do more than simply sell a product. Each company needs to go above and beyond to retain customers and establish its place as a market leader — involvement with wider political matters is a big part of this effort. When brand ethics shine through, customers will
appreciate the company’s commitment when it comes to championing inclusivity and empowerment. When brands wave the flag of empowerment, consumers are bound to listen. Some brands go above and beyond to ensure that both their staff and their customers feel supported. Whether that’s through the initiatives that they support, employee benefits to ease the strain on working mothers, or a range of makeup that is inclusive of all, every step towards inclusivity and empowerment represents a huge milestone. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the businesses that are championing empowerment in 2020.
Bumble focusses on female empowerment down to its very core. This game-changing...
Women in STEM: Empowerment in Employment
STEM (standing for science, technology, engineering and mathematics) are industries usually taken
up by men. Women in these careers are low compared to men. It was said that in 2017, only 23 per
cent of females were in this industry. However, we have seen an increase as this is up by 105,470
and is higher than it was in 2016.
Careers in STEM are improving, with more women getting involved and taking up various roles in the
industry. This year has seen some of the biggest names and influential figures in the industry being
women, such as Kate Bouman, the woman who engineered the first image of a black hole. In this
article, we track how more women have entered STEM than any other field in the past four decades.
LinkedIn reported that more women got involved in STEM careers over the last four decades, than
any other. Philanthropist and former general manager at Microsoft, Melinda Gates, said: “Innovation
happens when we approach urgent challenges...
You’ve seen the headlines about millennials and generation z, in the workforce. But, what about this trophy debate? How much longer do we fight back on principal and avoid the obvious: times are changing.
How to Retain Millennial & Gen Z Women
By Heidi Ganahl
It’s not a question of “if” but rather “when” the promising new grad you just hired begins looking for her next job.
The numbers don’t lie: Generation Z and Millennial women are only staying at their jobs for an average of 18 months. In comparison, the national average for salaried employees is 4.6 years, according to an Economic News Release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The American workforce has changed dramatically since Millennials came on the scene. This phenomenon has left many of us wondering why the ways we engage, reward, and retain employees have not changed with it. Today, especially with a historically low national unemployment rate,...
Micromanaging bosses can be handled by identifying what drives them, whether it’s a need for power, anxiety or a fear of losing control. Keep these people informed, allow them the power they need and seek ways to earn their trust, she writes. Leadership thought leader Lolly Daskal explains.
Use open-ended questions and listen deeply to the other person to improve your conversation skills. Leadership thought leader Amy Boone says those doing the majority of the talking, it can be difficult to allow space for others to assume that role in conversation. Read The Ethos3 Blog here