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Channel News Asia: Being funny at work can be good for your career

Humour can be beneficial at work, according to research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, but there are significant differences on how men and women use it. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre, and Vanessa Marcié, alumna…

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Financial Times: Being funny at work is good for business

Research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, says humour is good for leaders as well as for staff but there are significant differences on how men and women use it. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, director of the Cambridge Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre,…

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Wired: The gender pay gap data is useful but it’s just the first step

After the majority of all eligible public and private companies in the UK have reported their gender pay gap, we need to look what can we do with the data, writes K. G. Orphanides in Wired. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director…

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The Guardian: Gender pay gap: what we learned and how to fix it

By midnight on 4 April all eligible public and private companies in the UK should have reported their gender pay gap. Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management and Director of the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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Business Weekly: Government doubles Cambridge aid for under-threat girls in Africa

Cambridge Judge Business School Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre partnered with Camfed in its objective to end child marriage in sub-Saharan Africa through education and the leadership of young women in disadvantaged rural communities. Camfed is raising money to rescue more girls…

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