10 Mar Representation Matters…Sarah Pinch
Sarah Pinch is the managing director of a reputation management agency called Pinch Point Communications and she is also the vice-chair of an organisation: Manx Care. In 2015 Sarah was the president of the CIPR, and in 2018 she was listed in the financial Times and HERoes Top 100 Female Champions which celebrates and supports women in business. Passionate about diversity and inclusion, Sarah is also the chair of the Taylor Bennet Foundation, a diversity charity which supports young BAME people into Communication and Public Relations careers. In this episode of ‘Representation Matters’ Sarah discusses her journey into Public Relations and Communications, the diversity issues that exist within industry, and the actions organisations can to take to improve the number of women in senior leadership positions.
The two books recommended by Sarah:
– ‘Mrs Moneypenny’s Financial Advice for Independent Women’ by Heather McGregor
– ‘Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? (And How to Fix it)’ by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic.
Sarah Pinch’s career: her journey from journalism to PR and Communications.
The main issues within the workplace that hold women back from getting into the boardroom.
Debunking the myth that your work will speak for itself.
The research and results from Spring Forward, an annual conference that encourages women to pursue leadership positions.
Gender Pay Gap actions to help tackle the gap.
What is Rosie’s Rule and why organisations need to seriously consider implementing it.
Hosted by Zakiya Ilyas @zakiyailyas (instagram)
Guest: Sarah Pinch
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