Women in Leadership

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In this episode, we listen, learn and discuss our experiences as women from diverse backgrounds working in leadership positions throughout our careers.

As three experienced business coaches, we raise important questions over:

  • Perception of women in leadership positions
  • Gender equality
  • Seeking validation
  • Women’s opinions of other women in leadership
  • Responsibility towards ownership of when you are ready for leadership
  • Asking for help

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Links:

A Leader Like Me –  www.aleaderlikeme.com

Brené Brown www.brenebrown.com

You can’t be everyone’s cup of tea – www.commsrebel.com/shop

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