Words .....that work

used with discretion and in harmony, to excite, persuade or merely reveal

FORBES       November 8, 2015
FORBES     April 3, 2015
forbes        march 5, 2015
FORBES    OctOber 8, 2014
Forbes     September 18, 2014
FORBES       SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
FORBES      JUNE 10, 2014
ANNE Richards: 'a woman of many particles'
Lucy Adams: 'a headhunter told me my cv could be called eclectic - or rubbish' 
HELEN GARLICK:  'I was very sad to leave the SFO. We join a public service through choice, not ambition centred on money. But I could not stay '
FIONA WOOLF:  'IF YOU BEHAVE LIKE A DOORMAT, YOU GET TREATED LIKE A DOORMAT'
christine hodgson: 'My gender has never held me back'
margaret cole: 'the absence of family money pulled me away from being a barrister'
lord davies Report: two years on 
baroness scotland: 'I said i wanted to go the bar and i was warned i had three impediments: I was female, i was black and I was not oxbridge - so i had no contacts'
Vin Murria: 'i don't have prima donnas working for me. i like people who roll up their sleeves and just do it...'
maryam kennedy: 'we had a sense of entitlement, but that meant we were expected to make the most of what we had'
emer timmons: 'competition is in my dna - i was naturally competitive as a child, I had to win...'
Jackie HUNT: 'It's very important for me that i love what i do. when i get up in the morning i want to feel that i like and respect the people i work with...'
jann brown: 'It's really about being able to spot opportunities that feel right for you, and grabbing them...'
has being a woman affected your career ?
zillah Byng-Maddick: "It wasn't that i wanted to be CFO before turning 30 but that i thought, i want my boss's boss's job...'
Jackie ballard: 'there is more politics in animal welfare than there is in politics' 
evelyn bourke: 'a career path to the top straight from the school gates'
tessa jowell: Being a politician 'becomes a way of life'
dame kelly holmes: 'BY THE TIME I WON TWO GOLD MEDALS IT ELEVATED ME TO A SPACE I COULD NOT HAVE DREAMED OF'
do men and women converge in terms of what they want as they climb the corporate ladder ?
does it matter - being A 'woman' AT WORK ?
are women more loyal to an employer than men ?