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Paola Bonomo- from pattern recognition, to perhaps one day quantum computing, to improve our lives, allow talents to flourish, increase agency for underprivileged people, and build a better world

Paola Bonomo launched her career as an advisor on new markets, alliances and acquisitions. Based on her unique approach to strategic positioning and growth, her extraordinary skills made her a great contender for leadership roles in the digital industry. She…

Fabulous at 70: Dr Neslyn Watson-Druée

Meryl Streep, Jessica Lange, Elizabeth Ann Warren are names who are hijacking the headlines worldwide. America is leading with women who are as fabulous at 70 and decided to make a unequivocal mark after their 70th birthday: Maxine Waters, 80, the first woman to head the Financial Services Committee, Donna Shalala, 78, Glenn Close was 71 when she won a Golden Globe for best actress in January. And at home we have Dr Neslyn Watson-Druee

Talent takes time to mature, just like a good wine!

Sometimes you have to unlearn everything you thought you knew about yourself, if you want to Master Your Life
Most of us have been taught all our lives that we are not enough, that we need to improve in areas where we do not excel in. We have never been taught what it feels like to focus on areas where we naturally excel in, to improve those skills and talents and to follow a career based on them.

Play to Win!

How business games and team work help you build a cohesive team.
The most effective teams in the world, don’t just ‘happen’. They are build by good leaders understanding that a cohesive team is worth so much more than the sum of its parts. Official reports bring a new light on psychology and neuroscience, and have at their centre the importance of Mental health and Wellbeing, and how colleagues’ emotional status determine the performance of a business.

Why Giving Makes You Abundant

The challenges of being a female breadwinner are many: dealing with societies assumptions around gender roles, such as a woman’s place being in the home, or thinking that women only work to top up the household income, rather than be the breadwinner, or that women who focus on their career are selfish. Jenny Garrett