Inkling Women helps organisations to rapidly lift the percentage of women at leadership level. Inkling Women run women's leadership programs in organisations and workshops for individual women – helping women to step up, speak up and lead. 50% of women who work with Inkling Women receive a promotion within 6 months.
- Create the career you want
- Improve your influence and impact
- Improve your relationships
- Improve your skills as a leader
- Improve your skills as a speaker
- Improve your wellbeing
- Increase gender diversity
- Increase your energy
- Increase your self-belief
- Most popular
- Overcome negative self-talk
Over the last few years, a strange thing has started happening to me. I keep meeting people who make me want to grab them by both arms and yell delightedly in their slightly bemused faces “Oh, it’s YOU! I’VE FOUND YOU!”. In short, I have started to find my tribe. Or they have started to find me.
Do you find yourself focussing a lot of time and energy on everything that's missing from your life? With thoughts running through your head like “Why don’t I have a better job?”, “Why didn’t I get that promotion?”, “Why don’t I have more money?” or “Why don’t I have a loving relationship?”, and the list goes on and on.
Today Gem has a juicy video to share with you on the theme of playing bigger in the world. It’s no coincidence we are talking about playing bigger because today we are announcing Inkling Women’s launch into the United Kingdom with our first Speakeasy program in London. We are beyond excited!
This might be something that you reflect on often, or perhaps the concept of legacy is one that is new to you. Getting clear on your legacy is important because it brings meaning and direction to your work, and helps you, as a leader, to set the tone for the culture within your organisation.
Something that often comes up in our workshops and coaching sessions is that people are constantly waiting for someone to rescue them. They’re waiting for someone to notice how hard they’re working and to give them the opportunity they’ve (secretly) been yearning for.
Through our workshops we meet so many women who struggle to allow their true selves to be seen in the workplace. There is a real fear of being excluded, judged, seeming weak or unprofessional, and ultimately of being deemed incapable of their job.
In business today, your people are what gives you an edge over the competition, so it is more important than ever to make sure you are attracting the right people.
Returning to work after a few lazy days can be a bit of a shock to the system. Suddenly you’re back in the fray; there are deadlines looming, your to-do list is out of control, and how did you inbox manage to fill up over a long weekend?!
The ongoing investment in unconscious bias training as the way to address the gender gap frustrates my colleagues and me, for two reasons...
Have you ever been cut off in traffic and then spent the rest of your drive absolutely simmering? Or maybe a client has sent you a nasty email and it’s ruined your whole day? This is a sign that you’re getting stuck with negative emotions, and the good news is we are here to help!
So you’ve recovered from the food coma, the bin is full of wrapping paper, and you are pleased to know that you won’t be hearing Jingle Bell Rock again for a good eleven months. Your mind drifts to New Year’s Eve, and you begin to mull over potential resolutions, and wonder what next year might hold.
Well here we are, our final blog to you for 2017, and what a year it has been! Grab a cuppa and join us in reflecting on our journey over the last twelve months.
How to avoid the common pitfalls of a mentoring relationship, Gemma's top tips to choose the right mentor, and how maximise the relationship to make it incredibly worthwhile for you and your mentor.