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Standpoints on the key issues impacting Inclusion in Leadership and Diverse Communities around the World

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Yet Another Degree?

Migrant Women Self-Exclusion from Leadership Opportunities through over-qualification. I recently encountered a fascinating woman who migrated to the UK via another European country as a highly-skilled migrant (van den Bergh and Du Plessis, 2012; Grigoleit-Richter, 2017). Let me tell you about Tada, not her real name of course for anonymity. With her permission, I share …

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My 2019 Top 10 Most Inspirational Women for Self-Inclusion into Leadership

Here we are, the end of 2019 and the end of the decade. A lot has happened in my life, some really great things such as having two more daughters which meant becoming an older mum. I now hold an accolade for being a teenage mum and one for being an older mum. Additionally, I …

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Migrant Women’s Self Inclusion into Leadership – Responding to Questions.

Today’s post focusses on the question about taking the step up! Going back to University or asking for that promotion. Since getting back into the academic world to pursue a PhD in Inclusion in Leadership, I have been asked many questions, some positive and negative. Never mind. It is also in response to questions asked …

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Can a Woman Include Herself into Leadership Despite the Barriers?

Recognising and eliminating the barriers that stop women from advancing to leadership positions is vital. The business world needs to acknowledge that leaving the gender gap as wide as it does not make economic and business sense at all. It is high time we moved beyond business as usual and made the workforce more diverse …

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The Big Why? Amina International Women’s Day Address

Happy commemoration of International Women’s Day 2019. Celebrating Self-Inclusion into Leadership I want to talk about my passion for self-inclusion for women, especially women over 40. Sometimes we give up, we look after the whole world and leave ourselves behind. You may have realised that I am incredibly passionate about Leadership and Self-Inclusion for women. …

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How Self-Evaluation Can Help Your Self-Inclusion into Leadership When You Have​ Lost Your Job

The economy seems to be having detrimental effects on even seemingly stable businesses. Many companies are shutting their doors, and more people are losing jobs or having their hours cut. This is leading to an extremely competitive employment market. So how can you make yourself stand out when you get caught up in this situation? …

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How to Convey Clarity When Leading Multi-Disciplinary Teams

Be clear about your position and what is required of your role in the organisation first. How many times do we hear people say let us start, and then we will figure it out? That works if the whole organisation or team is not depending on you for direction. Often, I coach leaders who have …

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