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Careers & Business

  • May 27, 2019

    Five ways to combat Imposter Syndrome

    A recent article on wearethecity.com revealed that 49% of millennials struggle with imposter syndrome at work. This is alarming because millennials already account for 35% of the workforce. The survey from careercake showed that the biggest worry for those surveyed was ‘not being “good enough” or being found out that you don’t have the ability […]

  • May 27, 2019

    10 things Rihanna has taught us about life

    Rihanna aka badgalriri aka CEO of the ever growing Fenty Empire, since she came onto the music scene in 2005 has lived her life according to her own terms and rules. As one of the most successful singers of all time with sales of over 280 million, she has successfully made the transition to business. […]

  • February 13, 2019

    CNN report: The real barrier for future CEOS

    According to a CNN Business report getting face time and visibility with the boss or a Senior leader is an important factor that can help women advance up the career ladder. Read the full article here

  • January 13, 2019

    Seven books you need to read now!

    You know we love a great book. Whether it is a romantic fiction novel or a self-help book, we feel it is important to feed your mind with content that will make you evolve and grow into a better you. So we have collated some of our most favourite classic and new reads just for […]

  • December 10, 2018

    We won a European Diversity Award!

    On Thursday 29th November 2018, Girls Talk London won a European Diversity Award for “Best Community Project” for our Step into STEM programme alongside our partners O2, BT, Vodafone & Ericsson! We beat out hundreds to be shortlisted and we were blown away to win. We screamed, we cried, we jumped, we hugged, we were […]

  • February 22, 2018

    How I went from The Royal School Of Ballet to the youngest Model Agent at Elite Model Management

    From the age of 7, I started taking ballet lessons after having to choose between pursuing my passion for swimming (which I competed nationally for) or taking up dance lessons. After 2 years, my dance teacher put me up for an audition with The Royal School of Ballet, which took place in London. There were over 1,000 applicants and […]