March marked International Women’s Day (IWD), where women’s social, economic, cultural, and political achievements were celebrated globally. IWD is also an important day to raise awareness about global issues that women face such as gender equality, reproductive rights and violence against women. To commemorate the work of influential women, I will be sharing three top Instagram profiles, all run by amazing women!
I won't spoil the book but in the opening chapters, Patricia Bright speaks about her childhood and her experience having to work from an early age. Although it wouldn't have been easy or glamorous at the time, this experience taught her how to manage her time effectively, a skill which proved useful as she progressed on to university.
As we are all working from home, we know that the work day can get repetitive and our lunch breaks, evenings and sometimes weekends can also start to feel a bit boring. So, I decided to have a bit of fun with today’s post and hopefully you’ll leave this blogpost excited and armed with ideas to make the most of your next lunch break!
Being able to receive and give constructive feedback effectively is invaluable to your personal development, as these are skills that are highly valued by employers and coworkers. The ability to receive feedback constructively will help you in enhancing your performance. However, both giving and receiving feedback can be intimidating. Suggestions for improvement can feel like criticism and giving feedback can be tricky if you don’t want to offend the other person. The feedback process gets even more complicated for women.