“Collect data for women, figure out what our needs are . . . and design for that.”

Minutes after Caroline Criado Perez won the Business Book of the Year Award last week for Invisible Women, I had to interview her for a short video. (...)

Judge Jules, the DJ, retrained to be a solicitor.

Does your career feel like an old suit, tailored to a former version of you? Perhaps it never felt right, and you just wanted to fit in with your peer(...)

Herminia Ibarra, professor of leadership and learning at French business school Insead: ‘Young women in organisations have far fewer role models than men, so they have to learn more from their own personal observations’

Traditionally, managers stepping into significant leadership roles are encouraged to think about what they will bring to their positions and the actio(...)

We’re never too experienced to fake it ‘till we learn it.

Novices emulate favourite bosses and colleagues in an effort to look and talk as if they know what they are doing – even when they have no clue. It(...)