Retail Week's Be Inspired initiative exists to encourage women to fulfil their career aspirations. In our new podcast, Be Inspired Stories, we'll be talking to amazing women in business from across the globe, to learn from their professional triumphs and setbacks, providing advice for women everywhere on how to forge their career path and become a female leader of tomorrow.
Leading with purpose, with Suzie de Rohan Willner
Suzie de Rohan Willner, CEO of 'slow-fashion' brand Toast, discusses what it means to lead with purpose.
Finding your perfect job, with George Evans
George Evans, Head of shops for Crisis - the UK’s national charity for homeless people - explains how an accidental career in retail has led to her perfect job.
What it takes to be a CEO, with Angela Luger
Angela Luger, NED for New Look and T.M.Lewin, discusses confidence, control, and the changing role of a retail CEO.
Learning to be brave, with Nishma Robb
Nishma Robb, UK marketing director for Google and Youtube’s advertising products, discusses intersectionality, imposter syndrome and how being brave helps to stimulate change.
Have you done enough good? With Jo Tutchener-Sharp
Jo Tutchener-Sharp, founder of award-winning clothing brand Scamp and Dude, details her journey to self-realisation, and how a near-death experience blossomed into a philosophy of ‘do more good’.
Building muscle on the bone, with Annie Murphy
Annie Murphy, SVP and global chief commercial officer at Walgreen Boots Alliance, discusses the role models who have shaped her career, and the traits she believes are key to succeeding in retail.
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Really great listen!
An inspiring listen for anyone wanting to progress in thier career.
Recommend whole heartedly
Really worth while listen. Candid, humble and inspirational.
Incredible women, incredible stories!
I loved listening to the careers behind the job titles of these three female leaders. I particularly enjoyed Nishma Robb’s take on imposter syndrome - we all as women could do with having a lot more confidence and belief in our own abilities!