Resilience: Moving Forward When Life Puts You Back

Resilience: Moving Forward When Life Puts You Back

Kate Philp knows a thing or two about resilience. As a former British Artillery officer, Kate had her left leg amputated below the knee after her vehicle was involved in an explosion with a roadside bomb in Afghanistan in 2008. Five years later Kate raced to the South Pole on skis as part of the Walking With The Wounded team, alongside HRH Prince Harry and three international teams of injured service personnel. 


Joining us at Congress London this week, Kate talked us through her career journey and the lessons she’s learned along the way - including how she responds to challenges in her personal and professional life, and tools we can all use to move forward when we feel stuck.

Four Easy Tips For Women To Get Investing

Four Easy Tips For Women To Get Investing

Research shows that women are wiser when it comes to investing. They research more before making decisions and admit when they have made an investment mistake.  They make less impulsive decisions and plan more long term.  Perhaps due to women’s less risky appetite, the other tactic women seem to use when saving their money is to save cash.  But while watching our savings account steadily increase each pay check might feel like you are being financially responsible, we are losing out over the long term. We must accept that just keeping money in the bank is not doing us any favours and here is why...