We have interviewed seven of Aspire's extraordinary women who share their personal experiences, challenges, and breakthroughs as they have become the role models they are today.
By giving us their best advice on how to approach a leadership role, things to consider when managing others, and other golden nuggets of advice, we want to help you feel empowered to aim high, and just go for it.
Why is Aspire supporting Women in Leadership?
These personal, informational accounts will be designed to advise other women who aspire to be on similar paths. The individual interviews will be published in small booklets that people can download from our website. Each week, beginning with International Women's Day on 8th March, we will release another interview, showing our support and raising awareness for IWD for a total of seven weeks.
Meet our Managing Director of Singapore, Alycia Brady
Alycia has nine years experience in recruitment. Her career progressed from starting in recruitment shortly after graduating, into a manager role, and now she's running our recruitment office in Singapore. She has plenty of advice to give including her unique challenges as a manager, and juggling to raise a family as well as being in a leadership role. Take a look at her interview below.
How to prepare for business growth
Black & Female Founders land 30% of the largest US early stage funding
International Recruiters Day: How did you get into recruitment?
What the World Cup legacy means for future events in Qatar
Why you should never accept a counteroffer
National minimum wage
UK Wage rises and tax cuts. What do staff want from this week's 'mini Budget'?
UK Chancellor plans to boost work among over 50s and benefits claimants
One role, 1,021 applicants. What do you do?