Mothers – An Untapped Workforce

Let’s talk about mothers. Specifically, stay at home mothers who are ready to return to work. They could be the greatest unexplored talent pool on the planet, and with ONS figures showing that 1 in 4 mothers with dependent children are not employed, that pool is deep. Mothers often make better employees Armed with skills […]

Three Promotions at Glassmoon Services!

We are delighted to announce that we have recently promoted 3 people from our team at Glassmoon Services. This is part of our commitment to support and upskill our people, enabling them to reach their potential and also progress in their careers and into leadership roles. Jemma, Tammy and Emma are part of the founding […]

Neurodiversity – A reason to celebrate

March 21st – 27th marks this year’s Neurodiversity Celebration Week, a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes about neurological differences. The aim of the event is to change how neurodivergent individuals (such as those with autism or dyslexia) are perceived and supported, while moving towards a more inclusive culture that recognises the talents of neurodivergent people […]

5 Inspirational Female Leaders – Women’s History Month 2022

In this post-Covid world, strong female leaders are who we should be looking to, to inspire us to create change and strive towards equality. Join us in celebrating 5 female trailblazers during this year’s Women’s History Month. But keep them in the forefront of your mind every day. Not just once a year. Olena Zelenska […]

International Women’s Day 2022 #BreakTheBias

Today is International Women’s Day, the global event celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world. A celebration born of protest It’s important to remember though, that #IWD didn’t originate as a celebration. It came from a place of protest. In 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City, demanding […]

SeeMe – Part 1

The pace of change and technology is moving at such an exponential rate, it is stripping our ability to learn fast enough. It is hard to imagine that the internet is a relatively new concept, it’s only been around for 40 years, but now it is interweaved into nearly every part of our lives on […]

Emotions are Natural – We’re all Human

How are you feeling today? Wait, don’t drop the façade, and unmask how you really feel, whatever you do! This is the context most of us live and work in: leave your emotions at the door, be stoic and keep a stiff upper lip. So, what is the harm in showing our emotions, vulnerability, and […]

The Power of Storytelling

Before humans wrote words, they told stories. Storytelling has been around for thousands of years from telling stories on the Savannah by the campfire to snuggling up on the sofa to a Netflix drama, from cave paintings to bedsides. People were telling stories since before the written word or language was recorded. Storytelling is an […]

Unconscious Bias in COVID Times

COVID-19 may well turn out to be the biggest story of our modern-day life experience, it may be years before we comprehend the full ramifications of COVID-19 on the workplace and in society. It has brought new challenges, magnified pre-existing inequalities, and exacerbated the mental health crisis. What we do now will affect the lives […]