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Andrea Cara

Andrea Cara has firsthand knowledge on working from home, as she has been in that setup since 2015. She gave up working in an office so she could spend more time with her firstborn. Now a mom of two, Ms. Cara has become an WFH advocate, and is passionate about researching and writing about it.

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How To Be A Successful Parentpreneur. Balancing the demands of parenthood and entrepreneurship is no easy feat, and childcare can be a huge concern for working parents everywhere. Fortunately, in 2023 free childcare in England was expanded...

A Leader’s Guide to Self-Care

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Helping Teams Stay Productive

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A Maverick Perspective on Innovation

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The 3 leadership myths. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Jodi Hume about leadership myths and decision fatigue. Key Takeaways Hustle culture and the idea...

You Can Save The World

You Can Save The World. (yes, you!) When I look at the news, it’s hard to believe that we live in a period where human beings...

Animals, autism and acceptance

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There’s a Price to Success

There’s a Price to Success. One of The 25 Most Important Things I’ve Learned Recently, one of the members of my CBIG groups suggested I...

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