NEWS AND THOUGHT PIECES

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UNCONSCIOUS BIAS

Unconscious bias and its negative impact on women in the workplace:

“Unconscious bias is really a side effect of the way our brain loves to categorise and to stereotype. As human beings, we are able to sift through vast quantities of data on a daily basis and our brain does that by categorising the data. It is not possible to be human and to completely avoid the use of categories and stereotypes".

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TOKEN MAN

Our co-founder reiterates the need for men to get into the gender equality conversation and details what we have learnt so far:

"It's wrong to assume that creating a more inclusive workplace for women will just benefit women."


 

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CAREER

Climbing the creative ladder: why women should prioritise building their own expertise:

"As we enter a new age of creativity, the need to learn, unlearn and relearn has never been more important. While we need to demand more from agencies, I believe there is an opportunity for women to close the gap by taking control of their learning."
 

LATEST INTERVIEWS

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TRACY DE GOOSE

Dentsu Aegis UK & Ireland CEO on need to change things through positive action.
 

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PAUL FRAMPTON

CEO UK & Ireland at Havas Media Group on his fascination with change and the need for more role models.

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TOM KNOX

Outgoing IPA president on diversity - 'I am the establishment and the establishment’s the problem'.

STEVE HATCH

Facebook's MD on diversity as a 'competitive advantage', banning bossy and getting out of your comfort zone.
 

IJE NWOKERIE

The Wolff Olins CEO talks to Sally Henderson about 'flawed notions of leadership' which are keeping women from top jobs.

KAREN BLACKETT

Our co-founder, Daniele Fiandaca, interviews Mediacom's Chairwoman: 'You can't morph into somebody else in order to succeed at work'.