Katie Honan ‘How To Fall Flat On Your Face’

Actor Katie Honan talks about becoming a successful playwright thanks to the pandemic which gave her the headspace and time to work on creating work she never quite found the time to do before. In the process of writing ‘How To Fall Flat On Your Face’ she also learned how to pull a piece of theatre together from the business end and how to assemble a team of successful creatives. Katie has a new fascination with neuroscience thanks to the development research for the play which explores how a fall can lead to spiraling thoughts and sweating the small stuff. Memory she says is about the future.

Marah Curtin It’s Your Money So Let It Grow

Marah Curtin Director of Client Engagement and founder of femolutionist talks about women and investing in this podcast with Angie Mezzetti.
The biggest investing mistake that women make isn’t over trading or overconfidence or panicking during downturns, or any of the other behavioral mistakes that tend to trip up investors, our main issue is simply not investing at all.

Get Into Honest Communication – Sabrina Shaheen Cronin

https://media.blubrry.com/womeninleadership/content.blubrry.com/womeninleadership/Sabrina_Shaheen_Cronin_.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 33:10 — 75.9MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | iHeartRadio | RSSWise Counsel Sabrina Shaheen Cronin Sabrina Shaheen Cronin is not your typical lawyer. She is also a musician and actress who takes the job title of counselor very seriously and literally. “I always say if you don’t […]

Susan Hunt Stevens on Leading Sustainably

https://media.blubrry.com/womeninleadership/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 […]

Caitriona Gleeson

Caitriona Gleeson – Getting Women Elected

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.”