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Thomas Clement-Bollee: Transforming organisations by making training more holistic – active, adaptive, individual and fun
What if our jobs could be easier, simpler and more productive? What if the way of achieving that was also fun and interesting and not just boring theory!
What is holistic wellbeing technology and how can it help us both from a corporate and a personal point of view? Also yoga, ayurveda and the blue zones are for who exactly?
Corine Hines: Positive and Inspiring Leadership and How that Makes a Difference Personally and Collectively
Leadership can come in many colours and leadership styles even more so – positive inspiring leadership which goes beyond the bottomline can have distinct advantages to both leader and employees. Human growth leadership, something to emulate!
How managers can be more proactively positive in their management of their teams and so encourage a better working environment, keeping high performance and productivity but alleviating some of the stress and pressure that is so often associated with this.
‘Women Framing Their Future’ is about where we are going and how we are getting there… drawn from facts, figures, strategies, ideas and ongoing comment from the women out there moving forward, taking decisions, creating opportunities and Framing Their Future!
What do Olympic Medallists, Double World Champions, Product Managers and Women in Techs have in common? Sports disciplines! Also, what can associations and charities do to help inspire and evolve vision…
Deborah Gray of Totum Partners Recruitment is here to speak to us about the employment market, women in business and leadership qualities as well as the impact of hybrid working on our careers.
Taboo topics still exist – like menopause, let along menopause in the workplace. It affects men as well as women, (corporate productivity too) and can start much earlier than you may think. Learn more!!
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The wealth gap between men and women – is it narrowing or widening? How women’s financial empowerment help their life, job and wellbeing…
People seem to be struggling more and more these days with mental wellbeing both in and out of the workplace, including stress, anxiety, overwhelm and burnout. We need to manage these better and take positive action to improve and strengthen our outlook…
Felicity Aston: Women as key players in the Global Climate Solution. And… Life Lessons from Explorers
What women are doing to support climate changes and the importance of their role. How we can help climate change with simple steps. Learning life lessons from the great explorers.
Lawrence Smith: Being more Productive – How Wellness and Wellbeing in the Workplace Benefits Both Us and Our Productivity
From professional footballer in US and other countries to VP of a software/tech company in the healthcare industry in Finland… Dealing with pressure, perfomance and moving forwards with apositive mindset.
The challenges and successes of women in the boardroom and the route to getting a place there… Different types of board positions available and suitability to certain backgrounds or experience.
Having the confidence and thought management focus to transition to where we want to be – and be happy positive and successful…
Equality, diversity and acceptance start in the cradle and what better way to understand this than by illustration and example – it makes it fun too!
The realities of working in high pressure sectors like investment banking. The challenges of performing well, achieving goals and managing pressure and how corporate wellness programs can help.
The development of women’s entrepreneurship, the qualities and strengths needed for successful leadership – and how women leadership communities help you thrive.
Boardrooms and the evolution of the number of women on FTSE boards. Women entrepreneurs and founders, changes and trends for them and seeking funding in tech. What are investor expectations.
Corporate Wellbeing and Motivation as effected by ‘practical’ philosophy on meaning of life. Public and private sector vision of wellbeing and success.
Development as motivation and inspiration, particularly in tech and engineering. The art of collaboration and co-creation and how it can inspire creative confidence and entrepreneurial thinking.
How we can deal with the emotional and informational overload that is so increasingly present in our daily lives – plus some practical exercises that we can use to help reduce stress and pressure.
Women’s entrepreneurship, our wellbeing and progress in women’s entrepreneurship as well as the importance of our wellbeing,
The current state of affairs, development and change in the world of climate, energy and women’s leadership over the last few years and what we can do to support progress and change.
We are visiting Germany today with Fernanda and Taci. Hear about the discoveries of women entrepreneurs, their challenges, advantages and opportunities when creating a business in Germany.
China is the next exciting stop for Fernanda and Taci, meeting women entrepreneurs there and discovering the challenges, advantages and environment for starting a business.
Visiting Malaysia today with The Girls on the Road, discovering the possibilities and environment for setting up a new business and hearing the experiences of the women entrepreneurs over there.
What do CEOs look for in senior managers? How to establish high-level corporate leadership for gender equality and women on boards and the advantages they bring.
Today we visit Chile. The Girls on the Road speak about the creative energy and the opportunities and challenges for the women entrepreneurs there setting up their businesses.
Careers in STEM and Medical Research – Chemistry, neurochemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology. Additional challenges when entering these fields and potential advantages. What women can do to have a profound and meaningful impact in this area.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing purpose and what triggers our actions, reactions, choices and decisions
South Korea is today’s visit. The Girls on the Road are discussing the challanges and advantages faced by the women entrepreneurs there and the businesses they have founded.
Impact of music on us and particularly Alphamusic. The significant positive impact on reducing stress, improving sleep, even managing challenges in our careers.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing what success really means and how as women we can awaken, choose and fulfil our own visions and create the success that we choose for ourselves.
In support of ‘Mujer Despierta’…
Misba Khan – Courage, Integration, Culture and Drive – The Women’s Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition
Courage, Integration, Culture and Drive – How we can form bridges between different cultures and how this helps empower women. The Women’s Euro Arabian North Pole Expedition.
Jules and I will be discussing the benefits and issues of creative careers. Also the double whammy for older women in the performing arts – stereotypes, casting, producers, screenwriters…
What are participatory gender audits and how gender diversity balances and positively impacts both companies and individuals. STEM and future opportunities.
Today we are visiting Australia with The Girls on the Road. Fernanda and Taci tell us about some interesting discoveries and dynamic women entrepreneurs
Groundbreaking work in film and tv. Docmentaries, Docu-dramas and Women in the industry. Attitude towards women and the opportunities for them in film and tv. Change management.
The importance of men in Women’s Empowerment. Progress linked to freedom of speech and women’s empowerment. How business leaders can bring more sustainable goals into their corporations.
Emily Bove – Making Gender Equality a Reality – Advocates / Women’s Rights Groups for A Fairer Future
Women’s rights and advocating for equality. Different countries, different ways of working and the impact seen and felt in contrasting regions of the world.
Visiting Israel, Fernanda and Taci discuss their discoveries about the options and challenges open to women entrepreneurs setting up their businesses there.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing what freedom is and the energising feeling of fulfilment
Entrepreneurship, leadership and reinvention, focus and strengths for these. Business strategy and entrepreneurship – monetizing ideas. Multiple revenue streams for greater success.
Felicity Aston MBE – Women’s Leadership, Courage, Endurance and Achievement – The Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition
Women’s Leadership and Courage. Endurance and Achievement, Being an Explorer. Leading an expedition – Women’s Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition – and leadership issues and strategies in all situations.
Today’s visit is to Kenya. Fernanda and Taci will be discussing the opportunities as well as challenges of setting up a businesses with these dynamic women entrepreneurs.
What is means to be a police officer, particularly for a woman – The courage and the challenges, the real life experience of front line policing. Women’s courage and adaptability. Career transition and following your heart.
Sarah Daninthe – Women in Sport, Sport Disciplines for Business, Career Changes, Start Ups, Tech and Big Data
Women in sport keeping focused and remaining at the top. Benefits of Sport Disciplines for Business. How we transition career changes. Start Ups, Tech + Big Data.
The challenge of remaining authentic as we become more successful can be a difficult one… Hear Ceri’s expertise on this and investing in your future.
New Zealand is where Fernanda and Taci are visiting today. Discover the women entrepreneurs they meet and the opportunities for setting up a business there.
Lebanon is our next visit to discover about women entrepreneurs and the challenges and advantages of setting up a business there. Fernanda and Taci tell us about all they discovered.
Meditation and how we view it. The beneficial effects meditation can have on us, particularly in a professional context. The impact on physical health as well as mental health.
Canada is Fernanda and Taci’s visit today – hearing about the inspiration and creativity of some of their women entrepreneurs and the vision on entrepreneurship there.
What CEOs expect from their teams – the qualities and strengths to manage successfully. Women’s strengths and qualities in business. What the transport industry offers to women.
Transmitting knowledge and expertise through the generations. Differences in mindset across the generations. Challenges faced by ambitious women, how to work successfully and stay nice!
Pamela Newenham – How Women Only Social Platforms Can Advance Your Career As Well As Enhance Your Social Life
Women only social platforms – What they are and how they can have a fun and positive impact on life and career. Networking, what it can do and different types. Female Founders’ Supper Club.
Applied positive psychology and fulfilment as a way of measuring success. Emotional intelligence, the differences between men and women and how this can be an advantage.
Assertive communication for effective leadership. The challenges faced by ambitious women and defining the level of leadership development to go to the top.
Young Women as Changemakers + How We Can Shape Our Future. Reform, progress and change, particularly for women. Human Rights, anti-slavery and humanitarian work. How women can change the way of the world.
The USA is where The Girls on the Road are headed today. Discover what they found about setting up new businesses and entrepreneurship from their interviews with the dynamic women entrepreneurs there.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing how we can achieve a healthy balance in all aspects of our life and career.
Vivien Hoexter – Non Profits – Insights, performance and lasting social impact for a more enlightened world
Non-profits. What a non-profit really is in different parts of the world, particularly when some seem to be very ‘business’ like. Social impact that a non-profit has on our society.
Women’s Economic Development. Including regions that particularly stand out as being progressive. The work done by the Women’s Economic Forum and impact it has worldwide.
Today’s visit to France with Fernanda and Taci, learning about the skills and challenges facing some inspiring French women entrepreneurs.
Today’s visit is to Jordan where The Girls on the Road are discussing some of the exciting initiatives of the dynamic women entrepreneurs there.
Rachel Smets – Self Confidence and Stopping Comparisons with Others for Empowerment and Freedom of Choice
Self confidence and where it comes from and whether we can fake it. Comparisons with others and authenticity. Gaining perspective.
Women working in very male sectors – do we have to behave like clones or can we retain authenticity. Differences between very industrial and luxury retail sectors.
Fernanda and Taci are taking us to Russia today and explaining their discoveries about the challenges and/or advantages facing women entrepreneurs over there.
James Bargeron – Evolving to Genuine Gender Balance + Challenges in Male Sectors like Oil and Shipping
How can we evolve to true gender balance. What are the additional challenges to working in traditional male sectors. How corporates can make their businesses more motivating to work for.
Career changes and the choices involved and how they can have a fun and positive impact. Creating a start up. Crowdfunding and ways of getting financing for your project.
Bernadette Phillips – The Need for Transformational/Conscious Leadership to Support Women’s Empowerment
Transformational and Conscious Leadership. How we can use communication and collaboration to become better leaders. The impact of this on women’s roles in corporate business or as entrepreneurs.
Today we are visiting India. Fernanda and Taci tell us about their discoveries about setting up businesses over there and the challenges and opportunities for the women entrepreneurs they met.
Lesley Clarke OBE – The Active Role of Women Working in Local Government – How You Can Make a Difference
Women in Local Government – The place of women here and the benefits we can bring to our community. How local government works and what you can do. The practicalities – volunteer, employee or what…
JoAnn Hamilton – Supporting Female Talent + How Risk and Security Affects Women’s Choices Compared to Men’s
How to support female talent. How risk and security choices differ between men and women. Communities and peer to peer interaction.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing resilience – what it is and how women have an abundance of it.
Visiting Rwanda today with the Girls on the Road, hearing about their discoveries there. Fernanda and Taci discuss the women entrepreneurs, their businesses and the challenges, opportunites and advantages they have.
Women’s Strengths, Values and Beliefs – How we can act, react and empower not only ourselves but those around us. Women in Local Government. The Suffrage Pioneers Project .
Susan Gallon – Women’s Strengths – From Marine Biology to Polar Exhibition – Challenges, Values and Beliefs
Women’s Strengths, Challenges, Values and Beliefs. Marine Biology and STEM careers. Conservation and Ecology today and for the future – How this has changed and what we can hope for the future. The all woman Euro-Arabian North Pole Expedition
Mexico is where we are heading to today with Fernanda and Taci. Let’s fin dout about the women entrepreneurs there, their businesses and what they faced and the choices available and support offered to set them up.
Why networks are so important, the different types and how they are useful for specific situations. Start ups – the key factors and transitioning from employee to entrepreneur.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) and raising awareness and inspiring the next generation – the importance of role models and the attitude surrounding these sectors right from childhood.
How and why cognitive therapy and nlp can help us. Empowering older women entrepreneurs. Additional challenges surrounding the menopause. Becoming an entrepreneur at 50+.
Changing, transitioning and reorienting careers – The options, and expectations both in sports and in business. The biggest challenges that are faced for athletes to reach the peak and what similarities for professionals wanting to become senior execs.
Personal Branding and its Impact on Women’s Empowerment. What should we do to improve our branding. Law and Investment banking for women. Creating a foundation, the impact and support this has.
Financial Freedom and its impact on Women’s Empowerment. Balance between wealth and fulfilment. Who makes the best money-making decisions – and in all this, what about authenticity?
What we can do to combat the challenges of being pushed to one side at work as we age. Opportunities for an ageing workforce.
Alexis Costello – What is Empowerment without Mind-Body Health + What Specialized Kinesiology can do for Women
The importance of mind-body health in empowerment. Physical health’s benefits on our mindset and emotions and how this positively impacts our professional life and career
Changing your life. Moving on from gender based violence to a free and independent future. Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Women Entrepreneurs. Networking and Support. The Led By Her programme and what it does for women.
Philip Carr-Gomm – Creativity, Respect and Open-Mindedness – Values of Other Cultures, such as Druidry
Creativity, respect and openmindedness and the importance of this for women. Other cultures and how their values can help in today’s world. Psychology and psychotherapy – destressing, energising, meditation and peace of mind.
Whitney Buchanan – How Freedom of Speech, Human Rights and Religious Tolerance support Women’s Empowerment
Human rights and religious tolerance. Progress linked to freedom of speech and women’s empowerment. Differences between Middle East and West and the values and opportunities we learn from each other.
Today we are visiting Portugal with The Girls on the Road to hear about the environment for creating a business there and the challenges and advantages for their women entrepreneurs.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing how ideals can become imposed on us and how we can manage this.
Visiting Japan with ‘The Girls on the Road, discovering about the creativity and dedication of Japanese women entrepreneurs
Clare Baker – World Values Day – How (and why) We Can Bring Our Values into Life, Business and the Community
Values, what they are and how they impact us – Why do they matter. How do we know what our values are. Values for Women in Leadership and World Values Day.
Learning, creating, growing and empowering yourself from your own experiences. Moving forwards positively and powerfully. Vision…
Joan Michelson – Advancing Women in the World of Sustainability and Energy not just for Women but also for the Planet
Advancing Women in the C-Suite. Women in the Boardroom, gender balance at the top, leadership development and diversity. Women at the top in sustainability and energy. Ecology and sustainable goals.
Brazil is today’s visit by Fernanda and Taci. It is interesting to hear about the different opportunities available for women entrepreneurs (as well as challenges) when setting up their businesses.
Visiting Norway, The Girls on the Road discover the challenges and advantages to entrepreneurship here. Listen to their discoveries from interviews with the creative women entrepreneurs there.
Corporate and social responsibility for transitioning women into leadership. Pivotal development for the next generation. Ambition and authenticity.
Dr Rebecca Moore – How to Support Good Emotional Health – Managing Pre + Post-Natal – Practical tips
How to support good emotional health including reducing anxiety and stress. Managing increased pressure as we climb higher up the ladder. Challenges during pre-and-postnatal period.
En route to Asia and a visit to Singapore to discover the women entrepreneurs and their businesses. Fernanda and Taci hear about their opportunities, skills and capabilities as well as the environment there.
My guests today are Fernanda Moura and Taciana Mello, (The Girls on the Road), creators of the Founders Project. Hear about their journey from corporate highflyers to travelling the world in support of Women’s Entrepreneurial Empowerment.
Women in Public Leadership. Place and progress of women in local government. Evolution of Local Government. Losing Public Office and Executive Leadership – What similarities in impact between public and corporate.
How can we expand and develop entrepreneurial skills. Women’s main strengths in business. Differences in sectors and evolution.
Cuba is our visit today, with Fernanda and Taci discussing the challenges and creativity of women entrepreneurs and the businesses they are founding.
Opportunities for women in the creative field. Becoming a writer, how to get published, agents and getting it out there. The role of women in literature and how it has changed.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing how we can be affected by programming and practical tips on how to proceed
Discussing amongst others – the emphasis on people, particularly women, to have degrees, masters and sometimes even PhDs to reach the highest levels in their career and whether it is really necessary.
Ruth Sacks – Women on FTSE Boards and in Leadership (Hampton Alexander + CMI Women’s Blueprint Reports)
Championing More Women on FTSE Boards and in Leadership. Women in the Boardroom, gender balance at the top, leadership development and diversity. Concrete advantages corporations have when they do this.
Didi Ananda Rashmika and Anna Letitia Cook will be discussing what inner success is and how it relates to outer success, balance and happiness.
In support of ‘Mujer Despierta’…
Flexible working and the different types. The benefits and situations best suited to. Changing working environments and integrating them successfully.
Diversity in Medicine – The main obstacles for women entering medicine today
Opening the doors for the next generation – approaches to diversity, difference of opportunities depending on field .