What women love about their jobs

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I was still interested to know, what was the one aspect of a job that women enjoyed? I did some further research by posting the question on the Allbright Connect platform.

I am part of the AllBright Academy which has a platform of free digital courses hosted on the app AllBright Connect, arming women with the skills and tools to achieve their career ambitions and more… I recently completed the ‘Smashing the Glass Ceiling’ which I found inspiring in both my career as well as ideas for The Wonder Blog and The Wonder Network, Marlow.

Allbright also has clubs (London, Hollywood) and host networking events – you can find out more about Allbright here: https://www.allbrightcollective.com/

So this is what the women had to say:

It was so great to see a reoccurring theme of flexibility – which I wrote about recently – take a look here: https://thewonderblog.co.uk/2019/09/10/womens-workforce-happiness/

What I did like to see was how caring women are. Being in a corporate environment, caring women are sadly too few and far between. It is more bitchy escalations then a ‘how can I help you be successful?’ – in fact I get more support from my male colleagues and my male team. But this is a different blog post for another time.

Words and phrases used like ‘helping people’ as well as ‘working with new cultures’ and my personal favourites ‘ work with my beautiful – souled brave clients’ and ‘witnessing a coaching client having that A-HA moment’ – to me that it is so important to help others out whether you opening a door for a stranger or just asking someone ‘Are you ok? Can I help with this project?’

The truth is, women need variety, flexibility and people paired with some freedom. Whether a freelancer, office worker or stylist the aspects needed for women to love their jobs are 4 small areas but gosh, they do make a massive impact.

What is the once aspect of your job you love? Let us know by commenting below.

2 thoughts on “What women love about their jobs”

  1. Thanks Katiee96 (didn’t want to just assume Katie), glad you liked it! Make sure you follow this blog, if you don’t already – I am trying to write more like this x

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