Impostor syndrome

Talent pipeline a barrier to diversity in the tech industry

Encouraging more women and people from diverse backgrounds into the tech sector is high on the agenda for UM CEO Gladys Kong

4 habits of highly successful businesswomen

The challenges businesswomen face may be surmountable, but it’s a lot easier when you pack your mental wellbeing case with the right tools

Blind recruiting aids diversity and inclusion

Riham Satti, co-founder and CEO of MeVitae, reveals how technology can attract broader and more diverse talent

How to claim your value and become a master negotiator

Rhonda Moret knows all about becoming a master negotiator and uses Elevate for Her to teach women the tricks of the trade

Men most likely to call themselves a ‘thought leader’ on LinkedIn

Whether it’s okay to call yourself a thought leader or not has been debated extensively

Impostor syndrome exposed as a myth, says new Wundamail report

Women at Work research into impostor syndrome in the workplace reveals women lack negotiation skills, not self-belief.

Transformation comes from within to survive organisational change

Melissa Whiting shares how she has overcome her own impostor syndrome to embrace, sometimes daunting, organisational change

Women shun opportunities in competitive workplaces, says new study

Competitive workplaces hold little appeal to women seeking career opportunities says UCL School of Management and London Business School study.

5 ways to help you overcome impostor syndrome

Do you struggle with self-doubt? An estimated 70% of people around the world experience impostor syndrome at some point in their lives.

The ‘internal roadblocks’ faced by women that defy country boundaries

While researching for her book, Her Way to the Top, Hira Ali uncovered the career limiting internal roadblocks faced by women across the globe.