Women Talk Work seeks to explore the diversity and complexity of Australian women’s experience of work. The podcast features interviews with a range of women in a variety of different jobs about what their job actually involves as well as exploring their personal work journey and the challenges and highlights they’ve had along the way.
07: Mikaela Jade - Digital entrepreneur
Mikaela Jade is the founder and Managing Director of Indigital - a company that empowers Indigenous people, particularly women, to develop business opportunities based around the digital economy.
06: Sarah Moran - Marketer, hustler, super-nerd
Sarah Moran is a self-described ‘passionate super nerd’ who works in digital communications and marketing.
05: Imposter Syndrome with Jacqueline Jago (Executive Coach)
Joining me to discuss imposter syndrome is Jacqueline Jago, a Canberra-based Executive Coach. We chat about our own experiences of imposter syndrome and what we each do to avoid being controlled by the voices of self-doubt. Our conversation also covers other topics including gratitude and generosity and living and working authentically.
04: Joanne Mills - Professional Golfer
Joanne Mills is a professional golfer who spent 17 years on the tour between 1993 and 2010. In this chat we talk about how Joanne got her start playing golf, what the life of the professional golfer is really like, and how Jo has transitioned to work and life after the professional tour.
02: Vivien Mitchell - Designer & Entrepreneur (Redux)
Vivien Mitchell is a designer and owner of Solar Bare, a unique Australian fashion label that produces luxury sun protective swimwear featuring prints inspired by marine life.
03: Kerryn Ernst - Breast Care Nurse
In this episode, recorded during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I talk to McGrath Foundation Breast Care Nurse, Kerryn Ernst. Kerryn is the only McGrath Breast Care Nurse whose job is solely to support women (and a few men) with stage-four breast cancer - the incurable type, where people present with secondary cancer in places such as the bones, lung, liver or brain.
I may not be the target market
I guess as a guy, I may not be the target market for this podcast, but I think its great. The episode with Sarah Moran in particular was great and covered issues that are easy to relate to my own experience. Its great to hear someone else’s perspective. Clare is well researched and has a good rapport with each of the guests. I hope there are many more episodes to come.