Monthly Archives: February 2018

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BOOST Case Study – Anna Webster

2019-12-03T15:07:27+00:00

I have always believed you can strive to understand more about yourself; the way your mind works, your strengths and weaknesses and how you communicate with others. I now believe it’s not something you have to do completely on your own. The Boost course highlighted this for me throughout the days. Historically I have been someone who likes to work alone and although I have always had the ability to connect and work within a team, deep down I’d rather have been doing the tasks by myself. Yet for me having a team of people around that I had to [...]

BOOST Case Study – Anna Webster2019-12-03T15:07:27+00:00

‘One of them………?’ – Chris Gunning

2019-12-03T15:09:33+00:00

The first time I realised that I was one and they were referring to blokes, guys, chaps, fellows, gents, geezers (dudes might be rather a stretch) – indeed men like me, was sometime early last year, 2017. Being perfectly honest, I can’t tell a lie, (well I can but I’m not going to), I confess that I didn’t like the idea of being one then, but didn’t dwell on it too much and got on with my day, rather thinking, and perhaps hoping that it was just a ‘one off’……………or, on reflection, perhaps I was in denial. But there again, [...]

‘One of them………?’ – Chris Gunning2019-12-03T15:09:33+00:00

‘Women’s Financial Security & Homelessness’ – Chris Knight

2019-12-03T15:10:33+00:00

Education is the Key to Women’s Empowerment Investing in the education of women and girls is not only good for the economy it is also a basic human right and one that needs to be clearly evident in how governments prepare their budgets from a gender mainstreaming perspective. When we contemplate what the real value of a woman’s worth is to the economy this will largely depend on what country she lives in. There are some countries around the world where women have no rights and are often regarded as nothing more than a piece of property. They can have [...]

‘Women’s Financial Security & Homelessness’ – Chris Knight2019-12-03T15:10:33+00:00