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60 Countries and Counting...

What was the first country to elect a female head of government? How many countries currently have a female leader? 425 more words

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Winning With Women Wednesday: An Interview With Ann Sacks, President of Design and Direct Source

Ann Sacks is the President of Design and Direct Source (DDS). Starting in 2006, DDS focuses on creating sophisticated but affordable collections of tile, stone, and wood that enables designers to pursue their creative ends while balancing the timing and budget realities of commercial projects.  1,131 more words

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Fostering a Balanced Working Culture

Appreciative Inquiry is a change process developed by David Cooperrider towards the end of the last century. Generally included in the broad category of ‘Positive Psychology’ it’s an approach likely to appeal to women for three reasons. 615 more words

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Having a “sense of entitlement”

Many professional women believe a flexible working arrangement is a concession granted by an employer in the face of inconvenient consequences. This makes them reluctant to ask – fearing they will be labelled as less committed to their career if they do. 508 more words

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Catch up: Unedited notes for an unedifying time

For the last four weeks the political news in the UK has been changing so quickly that drafts of an unpublished post became outdated at least four times. 824 more words

Winning With Women Wednesday: Revisiting Our Interview With Sarah Charness, Electronic Violinist

Back in October, 2015, MILSPRAY™ had the pleasure of conducting an interview with Sarah Charness. Hailing from New York, electronic violinist Sarah Charness creates a singular blend of music that blends the worlds of classical, pop and electronic dance music (EDM). 617 more words

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