geology, women in energy

Women in Energy: Emily Ness Feasey

Emily Ness Feasey, a Geoscientist working for Shell in the US, talks to us about how a passion for geology and the outdoors led to a career in Basin Modelling. Finding a fulfilling career isn’t always about having a clear plan, sometimes it’s as much to do with serendipity and discovering a passion. For Emily […]

recruitment

Losing top talent because your recruitment process is too slow?

We’ve all been there. We find the perfect candidate – their CV is a fantastic fit. If only you could get it under the nose of the right person, it would be a hole in one. And then it gets a little stuck. The CV sits in an inbox for a while. Maybe a week […]

Women in Energy, Infrastructure, and Supply Chain

Does my daughter need pink Lego? I don’t think so. But the marketing team at Lego, the merchandising teams in the stores it’s sold at, and not least my daughter, for whom it is designed to appeal, are doing their best to persuade me that pink bricks are for girls. Even though I’ve got boxes […]

women in trucking, Ellen Voie

Women in Supply Chain: Ellen Voie

Ellen Voie, Founder and CEO of Women in Trucking talks to us about her career in transport and the positive initiatives her organisation has introduced to promote gender diversity in the industry Why don’t women become truckers? That’s a question that Ellen Voie is tackling head on. The mission of her non-profit association, Women in […]

Why Diversity and Inclusion matter to every business

I once worked for a successful company who had discovered a winning formula for recruiting staff – they identified a ‘ right type’ of candidate, measured all new hires against that criteria, and the candidate who was the closest match was taken on. High on the list of criteria were the following characteristics – white, […]