Guest Blog: Caroline Morris on The Thinking Environment

Our guest blogger Caroline Morris is a Data geek turned Leadership Coach who founded Wide Eyed Group.  Having spent 20 years building databases, analyzing customer behaviour and leading teams of data scientists, programmers and analysts, she turned her love of “helping people to be the best they can be” into her new career, coaching business leaders and their teams. Caroline ran two Thinking Environment sessions with a lucky group of women from WTHub and has written about it for us. If you want to know more about joining one of Caroline’s workshops after reading this then do get in touch: info@wthub.org Continue reading “Guest Blog: Caroline Morris on The Thinking Environment”

Women In Tech Interview: Zara Nanu

We often hear the barriers which deter women and girls from engaging in science, technology, engineering and maths are unconscious bias and a lack of diversity at board level. To celebrate the launch of Women Tech Founders, we are interviewing the female leaders involved with SETsquared Bristol to explore their career paths and views on issues faced by women in technology. Each of their stories is individual, some have a technical background, others are using technology to enable their business idea.

Dr Zara Nanu, co-founder of Gapsquare, shares her story: Continue reading “Women In Tech Interview: Zara Nanu”

Women in Tech Interview: Monika Radclyffe

We often hear the barriers which deter women and girls from engaging in science, technology, engineering and maths are unconscious bias and a lack of diversity at board level. To celebrate the imminent launch of Women Tech Founders, we are interviewing female leaders involved with SETSquared Bristol to explore their career paths and views on issues faced by women in technology. Each of their stories is individual, some have a technical background, others are using technology to enable their business idea.

SETSquared has a great opportunity to provide more balance for their member companies and are encouraging women that are experts and leaders from other industries, or those with specialist skills, to lend their experience and knowledge to Business Review Panels. The panellists, typically from finance, law, marketing, growth and tech backgrounds, provide feedback to the founders of SETSquared companies in a boardroom environment, creating more diverse input in these tech start-ups early years.

To set the scene, Monika Radclyffe, Director of SETSquared Bristol, shares her story: Continue reading “Women in Tech Interview: Monika Radclyffe”

Women in Tech Interview: Laura Lafave

We often hear the barriers which deter women and girls from engaging in science, technology, engineering and maths are unconscious bias and a lack of diversity at board level. To celebrate the launch of Women Tech Founders, we are interviewing the female leaders involved with SETsquared Bristol to explore their career paths and views on issues faced by women in technology. Each of their stories is individual, some have a technical background, others are using technology to enable their business idea.

Laura Lafave, the founder of OnCorps, shares her story: Continue reading “Women in Tech Interview: Laura Lafave”