Change Management, Development & Training, Good practices, Higher Education

My little “astuce” to professional happiness

Today, is International Day of Happiness, a day where we celebrate being happy, and then sabotage ourselves the remaining 364 days into not being happy. I am writing my thoughts as a reflection on what I have done the last few days to be happy in my professional activities. Of course, there have been several… Continue reading My little “astuce” to professional happiness

Change Management, Gender Empowerment, Inclusivity, Leadership, Recruitment, Strategic Change

Ouch! Another year on, and your board room is still with 1 black woman, still better, she ticks other boxes too

Today is the day when organisations will publish statements of how great they have been working towards women empowerment, and some will even throw in the UN SDG5 for a top-notch touch. The day, when the world acknowledges the 49.6% of humans alive! A few days back EM2030 made it clear that the 2030 gender… Continue reading Ouch! Another year on, and your board room is still with 1 black woman, still better, she ticks other boxes too

Accessibility, Change Management, Conferences, Disability, Discrimination, HigherEd

What inclusivity means for EMA and for me

Recently, as Organising Committee Chair, although based in UK at that time, I flew one conference attendee (now dear friend) in an electric wheelchair from Budapest to Vienna for the EMA General Assembly (23-25th February 2019) with joint events with the Marie Curie Alumni Association conference. It was no easy task, I had to juggle… Continue reading What inclusivity means for EMA and for me