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A Female Perspective in celebration of International Women’s Day – Charlotte Wilson

Charlotte is someone who strongly believes in valuing the contributions of individuals and leading by example. She is an experienced leader who puts people first and and in this conversation she explores the female perspective on employee experience and creating a culture for women to succeed. Who better to inspire others for International Women’s Day?!

We cover a lot of ground, including:

  • What makes our experience feel meaningful 
  • What can get in the way of employee experience being positive 
  • The unique contribution of women, and for women at work 
  • The need for diversity
  • Planning for an exceptional employee experience
  • Examples of good, and not-so-good practice 

Links to resources:



The Power of Perception by Shawn Andrews: The Power of Perception: Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, and the Gender Divide: Amazon.co.uk: Andrews Ed.D. M.B.A., Shawn: 9781683505792: Books

More about Charlotte: 

Charlotte is an experienced Sales Director that has managed teams across wide geographies ranging from 3 people to 300 people. She is a highly people and culture centric leader who strongly believes that nurturing happy teams creates high levels of fiscal success and happy customers. Charlotte has a large blended family, works as a NED and Data protection Trustee for a small charity and sits on a committee for University of Westminster and in her career has largely focused on technology and cyber security companies.

Links to contact Charlotte

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlotte-wilson-2056673a/

Email: charwils16@gmail.com

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LinkedIn : www.linkedin.com/in/lisapsychology

Website: www.itstimeforchange.co.uk

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