The Women In Leadership podcast brings you fascinating audio interviews with inspirational Leading Women.
In each interview, journalist and broadcaster Angie Mezzetti will explore the individual’s journey to her current leadership position and hear what challenges she may have met along the way. You can learn what advice Pearls Of Wisdom she can offer to both and men and women who want to see more women represented at every level of decision making in organisations, in politics, in the boardroom, in science and technology, in academia and education, in sports, in social justice, in banking, in entrepreneurship and in philanthropy.
You can hear how they how they balance the demands of private and family life with the day job. Listen as they share how they have been influenced by others and learn what inspires them in good times and bad. Listen to their go to music choice. Hear how they manage their finances and what was the best bit of money advice they ever got. How are they helping the environment. It’s all there. Have a listen now.
Women in the post Covid World. What has changed in the workplace, in the home and in the wardrobe? Discussion from Women In Media Ballybunion 2022
Three Hs that matter to women. The first of two podcasts from Kilcooley’s Country House Hotel Ballybunion the home of Joan O’Connor’s Women In Media Conference.
https://media.blubrry.com/womeninleadership/p/content.blubrry.com/womeninleadership/Susan_Hunt_Stevens_Poscast.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 41:54 — 95.9MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | iHeartRadio | RSSSusan Hunt Stevens – Leading Sustainably Susan Hunt Stevens is CEO of WeSpire a technology company that runs employee engagement campaigns using proven behavioural science techniques. Younger employees in particular she says are purpose driven and think […]
Catriona Gleeson CEO of Women For Election says men or women don’t have to be up in Dublin for the sake of it. “There’s actually an opportunity to represent your community nationally, but remaining within your region reasonably, the practical things that can be done in terms of length of meeting times, notice around meetings, and the efficiency of meetings, the chairing of meetings, particularly within local government, it doesn’t have to be the way it always has been if it’s not efficient.”
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