Led by Communications Strategist, Sarah Cannata, we believe in equality, diversity and providing women with a voice via our platform without fear of ridicule or shame. When we combine collaboration, leadership, passion, vulnerability and courage, we’re capable of anything. Real progress is not inevitable, we have to use our voices and stories to fight for it.
Are you ready to join a community of people dedicated to empowering women to become tomorrow’s leaders by tapping into the power of storytelling? Are you ready to position yourself as a leader, achieve your business goals and drive change through storytelling? Welcome to This Woman Can!
Storytelling is Your superpower
To mark the fourth annual World Eating Disorders Action Day on June 2, this story is the first in a series on the 2019 theme, “Eating Disorders: We Can’t Afford to Wait”. We’ve been waiting for a long time. Anorexia Nervosa was first formally described by Sir...read more
If you’re a successful small business owner, chances are you’ve gone through the process of starting-up and now understand what it takes to maintain daily operations. You’ve overcome the initial hurdles surrounding the launching of your business, acquired loyal...read more
Over the last decade, with the introduction of social networking sites and work collaboration apps like Slack and with the steady rise of email marketing and communication, the digital world has changed the way we communicate in both our personal and professional...read more
We live in an ambitious world. Fuelled by social media, our expectations for our lives seem to grow with every passing year. Our feeds are awash with success: beautiful photos of adventurous holidays, aspirational homes, promotions, awards ceremonies and...read more
Changing jobs can be a daunting experience and is probably one of the most difficult challenges we face in our careers. There are a number of factors people should consider and it’s often something that we deliberate over for weeks or even months, while asking...read more
An eating disorder is about more than our relationship with food. When food increasingly dominates our thinking, our relationship with self and with others can disconnect and disintegrate at an alarming rate. Confidence and belonging give way to shame, stigma, fear...read more