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Who's Next with Zara Bryson
80 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Episode 22 - Maddy Warren - Queen of Dialysis
There hasn’t been an episode for a little while, so today’s episode is a little longer than usual! It was recorded pre-pandemic with the incredible force of determination and resilience - Maddy Warren who was nominated by Deena Gornick in episode 18. Maddy is a consultant, TEDx speaker, skydiver, kidney patient advocate and she has been on dialysis for 23 years after experiencing kidney failure at the age of 14 and she has the amazing self-appointed title of Queen of Dialysis. Over the course of our conversation, I learnt so much from Maddy, not only about kidneys and self-dialysis but about courage, independence, community, resilience and not giving up on what’s important to you, regardless of the hurdles that may get in the way. I felt so inspired by Maddy and in awe of her ability to reframe even the most monumental of challenges and setbacks and I hope you will too. You can find out more about Maddy by following her on Instagram or Twitter @queenofdialysis and searching for her TEDx talks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxhbkn4H02U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcsLEzpY6mo Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
58 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
Episode 21 - Renee Vaughan Sutherland - Greater Than 11%
This is a wonderful discussion with the creative powerhouse that is Renee Vaughan Sutherland (recorded in Summer 2019 - but just as relevant as before!) Renee is an artist, filmmaker and creative director. She has extensive experience of working in the media production industry as well as being a guest Lecturer at Kington University on the Creative & Cultural Industries undergraduate courses. She is the founder of Greater Than 11% - a podcast and collective agency promoting diversity and creating platforms for underrepresented groups across the creative sectors and Renee has been recognised with a number of awards for her contribution to the industry. Renee is incredibly driven, passionate about driving a more inclusive industry and open about the support she receives, we discuss so many topics from inspiring creativity, her belief in the power of therapy ... all the way to where her love of incredible eclectic clothes comes from. Her skill, dedication and focus are so inspiring and I hope you enjoy listening to Renee's story. Find out more about Renee - https://www.linkedin.com/in/renee-vaughan-sutherland-01a0b6137/ and read more about Greater than 11% https://www.greaterthan11.com and follow them on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/greaterthaneleven/
53 minutes | Feb 7, 2021
Episode 20 - Jackie Scully - Kindness and Finding Your Edges
This is a lovely conversation with the incredibly inspiring Jackie Scully. Although recorded over a year ago, I often think about snippets of things she said in this chat and her perspective on kindness feels more relevant than ever now. Since recording this episode we've become much closer friends especially over the various lockdown, so it's really nice to listen back to one of our early conversations. Jackie is an Executive Director at Think Publishing, winner of numerous awards such as the WACL Future Leaders, Women of the Future and she has also been listed as one of the 50 leading lights in Kindness & Leadership UK. ...but I think the thing that is most interesting to me, is that despite her vast experience as a writer, editor, strategist and marketeer, the conversation we shared was very much focused around overcoming challenges that life throws in your path and focusing on building bravery, self-belief and understanding the power of kindness. Jackie has had a number of 'bumps in the road' as she calls them, from having to have her hip rebuilt to discovering she had breast cancer at the age of 32 and she discusses how this led her to reevaluate priorities and what success means to her. I hope you enjoy this episode and and are as inspired by Jackie's amazing energy and drive as I am.
62 minutes | Jan 16, 2021
Episode 19 - Amanda Parker - Inclusion, Empowerment and the Arts
This episode was recorded back in Autumn 2019 when I spoke with the brilliant Amanda Parker, who is a communications and business development specialist working across the cultural and creative sectors. Amanda has a number of different roles, she is the founder of Inc Arts which focuses on driving inclusion in the arts workforce, an RSA Fellow, the editor of Arts Professional and a board member for Film London. In our conversation we discuss her passion for driving change in the arts and championing inclusion as well as her experiences of modelling, the menopause, jealousy and even her Guinness World Record. I loved Amanda’s approach of focusing on understanding the common ground between people, being open about challenges and her immense drive to make a positive impact. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. I hope you enjoy this episode, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and if you could please leave a rating and review, this all helps to get more people to hear the Who's Next stories. You can follow the podcast on @whosnextpoduk -- and to find out more about Amanda check out: https://amandaparkerassociates.uk/about/ https://incarts.uk
70 minutes | Nov 22, 2020
Episode 18 - Deena Gornick - On Confidence, Coaching and Creativity
My guest for this episode is the talented Deena Gornick, an executive and board level coach, facilitator and writer and since recording this back at the end of 2019 we've become good friends too - albeit remotely! I have a number of interviews like this one that were recorded last year that I have yet to release as other priorities have had to come first but it's been exciting to listen back to these conversations and reflect on them with a new light - especially after the challenges of 2020. In this episode we discuss how Deena found her calling as a coach - how she started out as an actor, but soon discovered that she enjoyed helping other people to perform and find themselves much more than she enjoyed acting. We actually ended up chatting for hours so it was really hard to cut this interview down but it's still a meaty and interesting discussion about courage, creativity and most of all the search for confidence. I hope you enjoy this episode, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and if you could please leave a rating and review, this all helps to get more people to hear the Who's Next stories. You can follow the podcast on @whosnextpoduk -- and to find out more about Deena check out her instagram @deenagornickexecutivecoach or Twitter @deenagornick.
43 minutes | Oct 18, 2020
Episode 17 - Samantha Clarke - How to be Happy at Work
My guest today is Samantha Clarke, happiness consultant, TEDx & Keynote Speaker & author of Love It or Leave It - How to be Happy at work. Sam is super passionate about improving people's happiness and helping them to make decisions about what they love and want to do more of and what they want to leave behind. We had a lovely phone chat earlier in lockdown, which I've found so useful myself to listen back to. Apologies in advance for my audio (back to my mic rather than my AirPods next time!) it's a little crackly but luckily Sam sounds great! We spoke about some topics that are particularly relevant at this time, where many people are reflecting on their work and may be experiencing flux or standstill in their careers. We discussed finding happiness in your work and life and doing an audit of what you want, listening to your inner voice and Sam shared advice to deal with envy and comparison. Sam I think has broken the record for the number of women she wanted to mention, nominate and shine a light on, I loved hearing about all the incredible women in her life (Natalie Campbell - CEO of Belu Water, Irene Moore - StartUp Mentor, Emma Gannon - author, podcaster and multi-hyphenate, Petra Velzeboer - Mental Health Advocate, Davinia Tomlinson - founder of Rainchq, Marielle Legair - Publicity and Brand Strategist, Adrienne Herbert - Wellness podcaster, author and speaker, Vanessa Belleau - Founder & Director of High Fifteen Limited and Emma Sexton - Design Entrepreneur, Creative Strategist and Business Coach!). I hope you enjoy this episode, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and if you could please leave a rating and review, this all helps to get more people to hear the Who's Next stories. You can follow the podcast on @whosnextpoduk -- and to find out more about Sam, check out her Instagram @samanthaand_ or @_loveitorleaveit_. Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org
67 minutes | Aug 9, 2020
Episode 16 - Lizzie Edwards - Look Like the Leader You Are
In this episode (recorded Autumn 2019) I speak to Lizzie Edwards, Personal Stylist, Author, Speaker and Image Consultant. Lizzie was nominated by Antoinette Dale Henderson (Ep 9) who was inspired by how Lizzie helps female leaders increase their impact. It was fascinating to hear Lizzie speak about style, not from a focus of fashion, but instead as a tool of visual branding and confidence. We also spoke about personal growth, investing in yourself and not worrying what other people think. One of the key pieces of advice Lizzie gave that resonated with me about 'Progress, not perfection' and 'Done is better than perfect'. The world has changed a lot since we spoke and Lizzie's business has gone from strength to strength and she recently launched her style membership - Elevate. Follow her on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lizzieedwardsuk to find out more. References: https://www.instagram.com/lizzieedwardsuk https://www.lizzieedwards.com https://www.instagram.com/whosnextpoduk One of the quotes Lizzie touches on in the episode (don't play small!): “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, 'Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be? Your playing small does not serve the world.... And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” ― Marianne Williamson We didn't get to cover in this episode - but some of Lizzie's book and podcast recommendations: - Fortunately podcast with Fi and Jane - Marie Forleo - Everything is Figureoutable - Arianna Huffington - Thrive - Angela Duckworth - Grit - Matthew Syed - Black Box Thinking If you enjoyed this episode - please leave a rating and review - thank you :) Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details! Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org
53 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
Episode 15 - Julie McKeen - Saying No to Compromise
I hope everyone is keeping healthy and safe. After a little hiatus I'm back today with an episode speaking to the lovely Jules McKeen who I interviewed last autumn. Jules is the CEO and co-founder of Sarka London a fashion brand of beautiful and functional clothes designed for mothers. Sarka have a capsule postnatal collection designed with super smart adaptations for breastfeeding, C sections, and supporting changing body shapes built on the idea of 'no compromise'. She was nominated by Nicky Kemp, Managing Editor of Bite who I spoke to for episode 10. In this episode we discuss what Jules has learnt across her in career in advertising, through mentoring for Techstars and from founding two businesses in challenging times. She shares her views on flexible working (more relevant than ever now) and we discuss the art of balancing give and take. Jules is fascinating, smart and so supportive of others, it was a pleasure to speak with her - I hope you enjoy this episode! https://www.sarkalondon.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/julie-mckeen-2b50a14/ Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
34 minutes | Feb 1, 2020
Episode 14 - Lizzie Penny - A World of Work Without Bias
Today's guest Lizzie Penny is the co-founder of the Hoxby Collective and was nominated by Helen Tupper (episode 8). The Hoxby Collective is a global community of of more than 1,000 handpicked, talented and diverse freelancers who work remotely in 30 countries around the world providing future-proofing services plus marketing, creative, admin, innovation, PR and HR. In this episode we discuss how Lizzie and her co-founder Alex, set-up Hoxby as a purpose-led social enterprise build around their belief in diversity driving productivity. They are determined that the world of work has to fundamentally change to embrace different work styles and so that individuals are happier in work. References: The Hoxby Collective - https://hoxby.com Hoxby on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hoxbycollective/?hl=en Hoxby on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hoxbycollective Books/Talks discussed: Unfinished Business - Anne Marie Slaughter Anne-Marie Slaughter TED talk - https://www.ted.com/talks/anne_marie_slaughter_can_we_all_have_it_all The Multi-Hyphen Method - Emma Gannon Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
51 minutes | Jan 5, 2020
Episode 13 - Roxanne Hobbs - Autism, Bravery and Belonging
Last summer I had the pleasure of speaking to Roxanne Hobbs, the founder of The Hobbs Consultancy who are on a mission to tranform the workplace via inclusion. I was introduced to Roxanne by Antoinette Dale Henderson (Episode 9 ❤️) who was inspired by her work. Roxanne is a coach, speaker and author of 'Diverted' a book about resilience, inclusion and autism. Amongst other things, we discussed courage, the work of Brené Brown, the power of neurodiversity and the need to proactively build support systems. Rox is superbly honest and open about understanding her own biases, her son's autism diagnosis and the power of vulnerability and authenticity in leadership. I had a lot of fun and learnt so much in this episode, and loved the book recommendations. I hope you enjoy it too! References: Find out about the Hobbs Consultancy: https://thehobbsconsultancy.com Roxanne's Book - Diverted: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Diverted-journey-resilience-frontier-inclusion-ebook/dp/B079TXZW7H Roxanne Hobbs on Twitter: https://twitter.com/roxanne_hobbs?lang=en Rox's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roxannehobbs/ Recommendations: Brené Brown on Vulnerability: https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_the_power_of_vulnerability Books: Brené Brown - Rising Strong Three Women - Lisa Taddeo On Chapel Sands - Laura Cumming Neoutribes - Steve Silverman - History of Austism City of Girls - Elizabeth Gilbert Women and Power - Mary Beard Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
38 minutes | Nov 16, 2019
Episode 12 - Manal Rostom - Dreaming Crazier
I’m really excited to share this interview. Sometimes someone tells you a story, that impacts you so deeply you feel like you have to find out more - earlier this year was one of those times, when I saw Manal Rostom speak. Amongst other things, Manal is an athlete, Nike ambassador and the founder of Surviving Hijab, a supportive online community to empower women who cover. She spoke of overcoming the tragic loss of a loved one, further committing to her faith and following her passion. Her talk was during a fleeting window when we both in London before she returned home to Dubai, so I took the opportunity thank her in person for sharing her story. She kindly agreed to be interviewed for Who's Next and when she was next in the UK a few months later we set up a Skype call to chat. We speak about resilience, influence and swimming against the current to following your dreams. I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did, Manal has such energy and passion for change, it really is infectious. Follow: https://twitter.com/whosnextpoduk https://www.instagram.com/whosnextpoduk/ Find out more about Manal: https://www.instagram.com/manirostom/ https://twitter.com/manirostom https://www.facebook.com/groups/631337350298622/ https://www.instagram.com/survivinghijab/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkG3v-8W4U0
41 minutes | Oct 27, 2019
Episode 11 - Amy Williams - Advertising for Good
My guest today is Amy Williams, the founder and CEO of Good Loop, a start-up which enables advertising for good. This year alone Amy has been awarded a place on Forbes 30 under 30, the WACL Future Leader Award, and been named one of the UN Women’s 100 Leading Global Female Innovators. In this episode recorded earlier this summer we discuss Amy's journey to founding a start-up grounded in social good and her experiences of the (mainly) ups and (some) downs of start-up founder life. Amy gives some fantastic advice about advisors, managing your inner critic, making introductions and creating team cultures. Amy believes that 'anyone in any job can find ways to make social impact meaningful to them and to their company'. I hope you enjoy hearing about Amy's mission to make the internet a more positive place for everyone! Some books/links referenced: The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell Stepping Up by Niamh O'Keeffe and Sarah Wood Screw Business as Usual by Richard Branson Links: https://www.sheinnovatesstories.com Follow Amy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ala_swimmily Follow Who's Next on Twitter: https://twitter.com/whosnextpoduk
59 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
Episode 10 - Nicola Kemp - Overcoming Overwhelm
My guest today is Nicola Kemp, the Managing Editor of BITE at Creative Brief, she is also a speaker, connector and a keen advocate for diversity. In this episode we talk about overcoming overwhelm, corporate gaslighting and the need for more transparency and discussion around pay. Nicky is such an incredible champion of others, referencing so many men and women throughout this episode, from Ali Hanan at Creative Equals, the women at Bloom, Sarah Jenkins at Grey and many more... all in addition to her Who's Next nomination too. I was so excited about interviewing Nicky and loved recording our discussion earlier in the summer(note the references of Cannes and sunshine!). I actually saw and chatted to her at an event of Helen Tupper (Who's Next guest from episode 8) and Sarah Ellis for their 100th Squiggly Careers podcast Live recording and it was a great reminder that it's time to get Nicky's episode out there! One of my favourites snippets of advice she gave was to be kinder to yourself - something we all need to hear sometimes! Hope you enjoy the episode and please leave a rating and a review if you do! References: Alex Holder - Open Up: Why Talking About Money Will Change Your Life Caroline Criado Perez: Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men BITE LIVE 2019: BUY TICKETS HERE: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/creativebrief1/233923/ @nickykc - Nicola Kemp @BiteTrends - keep up to date with Bite Trends @whosnextpoduk - podcast updates Women's network Bloom https://www.bloomuk.org Management Today - Women in Business conference https://www.iwib.co.uk Nicky's Who's Next nomination: Jules McKeen https://uk.linkedin.com/in/julie-mckeen-2b50a14 https://www.instagram.com/sarkalondon/ Jules founded Sarka London, a postnatal capsule collection to help you return to your pre-pregnancy style self, for breastfeeding clothes, C-section support and post maternity bodies without compromise https://www.sarkalondon.com Thanks to Andrew Hudson for your support!
50 minutes | Aug 6, 2019
Episode 9 - Antoinette Dale Henderson - Leading With Gravitas
My guest for this episode is Antoinette Dale-Henderson, a highly experienced coach, facilitator and author specialising in leadership. In this episode we talk all about Gravitas, Antoinette is an expert in coaching in this area and has also published a book called 'Leading with Gravitas' which is a practical guide to the 6 key elements required to unlock it. 1. Self-Awareness 2. Expertise 3. Authenticity 4. Presence 5. Connection 6. Projection We also talk about the power of asking for help and building resilience in challenging, as well as vulnerability and the importance of sharing your experience from the 'scars' rather than the 'wounds'. Antoinette has a new book coming out this October called 'Power up - everyone woman's guide to unleashing their potential' which I can't wait to read! Her nomination of Who's Next is a great one too! I hope you enjoy this episode - I love to hear feedback so please let me know what you think, share it with others and follow on Instagram and Twitter @whosnextpoduk to find out more. Sources: Website: gravitasprogramme.com Gravitas survey to inform new book: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5K85JDC Books mentioned: Antoinette Dale-Henderson - Leading with Gravitas Mary Beard - Women & Power Dan and Chip Heath - Switch Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway - Susan Jeffers Sheryl Sandberg - Option B [Book about grief] and Lean In [Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant Podcast] Brene Brown - Vulnerability TED talk and Daring Greatly
52 minutes | Jul 20, 2019
Episode 8 - Helen Tupper - Making Work Better for Everyone
Today's guest is Helen Tupper, co-founder of Amazing-If and the Squiggly Careers podcast. Both of these were set up with her business partner and friend Sarah Ellis, with the mission of making careers better for everyone. I actually met Helen for the first time at one of their brilliant career training sessions. Helen is so supportive, knowledgeable and genuinely passionate about providing accessible support to improve careers - there are lots of great career tips in this episode and I've shared more resources mentioned in the notes (below). We talk about the importance of knowing your values, confidence gremlins and the components she thinks are essential for setting up your own business. I loved recording this episode - I hope you enjoy listening! Some of the links mentioned: Follow: @amazingif - Instagram (for daily career tips!) @whosnextpoduk - Instagram @amazing_if - Twitter @whosnextpoduk - Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/in/helentupper/ LinkedIn Amazingif.com Values questionnaire: https://www.viacharacter.org Squiggly Careers podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6t6vYEeYl3Kmdd0AE6v3xj?si=th1nPecZQ8SzPujn-N14CQ Ep27 = Finding your Strengths Ep42 = How Knowing Your Values Unlocks Career Happiness Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
53 minutes | Jul 7, 2019
Episode 7 - Carol Russell - Not Giving Up
My guest today is Carol Russell who was nominated by Jane Evans, founder of the Uninvisibility Project and Who's Next guest from episode 4. They met each other on a film course - where they both realised they knew writer and publisher Verna Wilkins and have been close and supportive friends ever since. Jane said of Carol, 'She's an amazing woman and we have the most incredible chats'. Carol is a TV writer, traditional storyteller, founder and consultant. In this episode we discuss the ups and downs of Carol's career so far, and delve into what led Carol found Fresh Voices UK, an organisation which aims to increase the representation of black, asian and minority ethnic voices in the TV industry. One of my favourite things Carol said in this episode (and there were many snippets to choose from!) was 'it's not that I don't see and know the challenges, it's that I don't believe those challenges should stop us'. ❤️ She's such a smart, inspirational and lovely person - I hope you enjoy listening to this episode. References: Follow Carol on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FreshVoicesUK Fresh Voices UK: https://www.freshvoicesuk.com Nominated by Jane Evans: https://soundcloud.com/whosnextpoduk/whos-next-episode-4-jane-evans ...who founded: https://www.uninvisibility.com Read Carol's story: https://www.uninvisibility.com/carol Bonded as they both knew... Verna Wilkins writer and publisher who founded: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamarind_Books Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
38 minutes | Jun 15, 2019
Episode 6 - Ann Morgan - Reading the World
My guest today is Ann Morgan who was nominated by her sister-in-law (and Who's Next guest from episode 2) Lyndsay Morgan who was inspired the level of dedication that Ann shows. Ann is a TED speaker, Royal Literary Fund fellow, author, literary activist and editor. Her first book, 'Reading the World' is an account of her year-long journey of reading a book from every country in the world. It's a wonderful story of collaboration, compassion and cultural exploration. Ann has also written two novels: 'Beside Myself' and 'Crossing Over' and is planning her own podcast to launch later this year for the Royal Literary Fund - so I'll share details of that closer to the time! I found it fascinating chatting to Ann about her love of literature and experience of talking at TED and I hope you enjoy listening to it too! References: Ann's blog: https://ayearofreadingtheworld.com and website: http://annmorgan.me/books.html Ann's TED talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/ann_morgan_my_year_reading_a_book_from_every_country_in_the_world?language=en Follow Ann on Twitter: https://twitter.com/A_B_Morgan Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
44 minutes | Jun 1, 2019
Episode 5 - Meagan Bickerstaff - Maternal Mental Health and Business
My guest today is Meagan Bickerstaff, she is the Founder of INKWAVE a global influencer marketing agency rooted in delivering value through authenticity. She also set up an online community called Happy New Mums after having her first son to support other mothers and as a place to discuss maternal mental health. In this episode we talk about her experience of founding her own business, taking actions to maintain a positive mindset and how she strongly believes in the mutual benefit of shared parental leave. Meagan is such a focused, collaborative and enthusiastic person it was fascinating to hear from her and I hope you enjoy it too! References: Meagan's company: https://www.inkwave.co Happy New Mum community: http://happynewmum.com Gina Hood's article on Emotional Labour: https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/invisible-workload-emotional-labours-role-advertising/1583316 Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk on Twitter and Instagram for more details!
48 minutes | May 18, 2019
Episode 4 - Jane Evans - Becoming Uninvisible
This week's guest is Jane Evans who was nominated by Steph Matthews in episode 3. Jane is a talented and passionate advertising creative with a successful career spanning over 30 years (including multiple major tech launches, launching the first craft beer in Australia as well as winning many many awards). This year she founded the Uninvisibility project to bring older women back into the spotlight in business. After growing increasingly frustrated at the lack of senior female creatives and even finding herself unable to find a job, she has made it her mission to make women over 50 uninvisible. Check out her project and I hope you enjoy our discussion! https://www.uninvisibility.com/jane-56 https://twitter.com/uninvisibility https://twitter.com/janee https://www.virgin.com/entrepreneur/jane-evans-return-invisible-women - Virgin blog referenced with Steph Matthews Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org Follow @whosnextpoduk for more details!
46 minutes | May 5, 2019
Episode 3 - Stephanie Matthews - Be more you
Today's guest is Stephanie Matthews. Steph has worked her way up in the marketing and communications industry, starting out in advertising research at Channel 4 and gaining experience at a myriad of companies from ITV to News Australia: working in the UK and Australia to hone her skills. She recently moved to join Virgin as a Senior Campaign manager in London. Steph talks about how Virgin is a company that strongly aligns with her personal values. In her spare time she is the President of the Women's network Bloom. Bloom strives to ensure women have equal opportunity in the communications industry. They work to future-proof women's careers, drive industry change and also run a mentoring programme to pay it forward to the next generation of women. In today's episode we cover a number of topics which are common themes to lots of women. We have a very open and honest chat about the importance of not comparing yourself to others, understanding your values and scripting in family time to enable better work-life balance. Read more about Bloom: https://www.bloomuk.org Steph nominates Jane Evans: https://www.virgin.com/entrepreneur/jane-evans-return-invisible-women More about Shine Theory: https://www.shinetheory.com Backing music: by "RSPN" by Blank and Kytt courtesy of Free Music Archive http://freemusicarchive.org
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