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Sinem Bilen-Onabanjo

23 Jan 2021
As you read these lines, I will be jumping headfirst into a weekend of festivities – under lockdown 3.0 in the UK. Albeit mainly indoors, a birthday is a cause for celebration.
2 Jan 2021
Today is technically just another day, but it is laden with such a great burden of human expectations because that’s how we humans operate, putting so much weight on a day because of the number on the calendar.
12 Dec 2020
“You can’t help those who can’t help themselves,” goes the old adage. You definitely can’t help those who make their private business everyone’s business and then a couple of days and high level interventions later, ask you to “mind your business and leave my family alone.”
21 Nov 2020
There are quite a few thousand things I don’t identify with in the world. For example, I do not identify as male. I don’t identify as black, or LGBTQ.
31 Oct 2020
There is plenty of negativity in the world that it’s getting harder these days to find good news, but there is still some, as we discovered with Comic Relief’s announcement this week.
10 Oct 2020
Those three words struck a chord with women around the world - women who are looked down on in the boardroom, overlooked for promotion, ogled at by seniors, peers, subordinates alike even in the most professional and corporate settings.
26 Sep 2020
With the new coronavirus cases on the rise and the much-dreaded second wave of the pandemic now more of a reality than we thought it would ever be, around the world, there is trepidation that a second lockdown might be looming.
29 Aug 2020
Hard to believe, but by next week, we will have just four months of 2020 left. Between the pandemic, the lockdown, and the subsequent economic downturn, 2020 is the year that happened while we were busy making other plans
8 Aug 2020
With the global work from home experience still going on in most parts of the world five months and counting, there have been quite a few discussions in business publications such as Forbes or Harvard Business Review around management styles and what makes a good manager.
18 Jul 2020
Amidst the ongoing pandemic, the fears of a second wave, devastating loss of lives and livelihoods globally, and the worst economic fallout in history looming large, it may be difficult to find much to smile about these days.
6 Jun 2020
In a country where American footballer Colin Kaepernick faces abuse for taking a knee at the national anthem, police officers have no scruples taking a knee to an innocent man’s neck, even as he lies apparently unresponsive.
7 Mar 2020
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