In this episode, I’m talking about some impactful things that I wish every woman knew. If I had known these a long time ago, my leadership journey would have been easier.
As you listen, I encourage you to reflect on my words for your own life. I hope they make a transformational difference for you.
To help, I’ve noted down the key points for you to come back to or write down for yourself.
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Are you a woman working in a technical or male-dominated environment (or both!)? If so, this week’s episode is for you.
I talk to Sandra Francis, an accredited coach who helps technical leaders to become confident and inspiring leaders. Sandra spent 25 years working in challenging technical environments and was often the solo female voice amongst the leadership.
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Sandra is an AOEC accredited coach, her focus is in helping technical leaders get out of their comfort zone and develop their skills to become confident and inspiring leaders, enabling them to accelerate their careers.
So often the sole female...
Confidence at work is something many women struggle with. I believe that a lack of confidence is having a very tangible impact on women and that their talent is being overlooked and underappreciated because of it. I also think gender bias causes many of our confidence issues.
In this week’s episode, I share the personal insights of my Be Bolder clients on how confidence affects them at work and how you can support women in your team who struggle with confidence.
If you are struggling with confidence, know that you're not alone and there is nothing wrong with you. With support, you can feel more confident and assertive at work.
You can listen to the intersectionality episode I mention...
Grief can be felt for many reasons – death, loss of identity, the end of a relationship, a diagnosis or the loss of a job – and will affect everyone in their working life. However, it’s often still a taboo topic in the workplace. Lizzie Pickering is encouraging organisations to open the conversation and offer thoughtful grief support for their employees.
Lizzie is a grief investigator, consultant and author and guides people in not only surviving grief, but also how to live the best possible life with grief.
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Lizzie Pickering is a grief investigator, speaker, consultant and film...
How we currently approach managing time isn't serving us as individuals or organisations so let’s do it differently! In Helen Beedham’s new book, The Future of Time, she challenges leaders to think differently about our organisational working habits and practices, and focus on collective time management.
Helen is a thought leader, speaker and adviser with over 25 years’ experience in corporate workplaces and professional careers. She now writes, speaks and advises on how to create more inclusive, productive workplaces where everyone can flourish.
In the episode, Helen shares two free resources...
Does your work bring you joy? For many people, the words work and joy don’t fit together but Beth Stallwood is changing that.
Beth is an executive coach, the founder of WorkJoy and wants the world to know that work doesn't have to be miserable. She helps people take small steps that make a big difference to improving how they feel about work.
We hope this episode empowers you to make positive changes to your current work life.
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Beth Stallwood is a qualified executive coach with over 15 years’ experience. Her mission is to help people create and cultivate more WORKJoy. Beth’s coaching style balances...
How we define success influences how we feel about ourselves. Are you working to an old version of success or even someone else’s version?
In this week’s podcast episode, I share:
I hope what this episode inspires you to think about what's important to you right now and to feel confident with your own definition own of success.
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We’re continuing our career month on the podcast! In this episode, I’m sharing my tips on how to speak to your line manager about your career progression within your organisation and asking for investment in your training and development.
This is an important topic for women in leadership as research tells us that women do not get promoted as often or as quickly as men do and many of us avoid having career conversations with our managers.
I want this to episode to encourage you to feel empowered to ask for what you want in a way that gives you the best chance of success.
Whether you're happy in your role or thinking of moving on, it's a good idea to be thinking about what your next step will be and be working towards that.
Gone are the days when we could rely on our line manager to recognise our potential and plan for our career development. In fact, I think that was always a bit of a myth! It’s up to you to prioritise your career and development.
Your next step doesn’t have to be upwards - it could be a sideways move, a new sector or a new work-life balance so you can spend more time with the kids or starting your side hustle.
In this episode, I’m sharing with you why investing in your own career development is one of the best investments you'll ever make and giving you 5 practical actions you can take to prioritise yours.
Do you know that globally only 8% of people want to go into the office every day?
The pandemic forced remote working onto the majority of employers but before that Molly Johnson-Jones, CEO and Co-Founder of Flexa, was advocating for flexible work, certifying companies and promoting them on the Flexa recruitment platform.
In this episode, we discuss:
After this episode, I encourage you to reflect on whether the way you work, works for you and your team, and what flexible working changes are possible at your organisation.
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Molly Johnson-Jones, is the CEO and co-founder of Flexa, a platform that...