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Leadership takes courage and resilience. Host and founder of Future Women, Helen McCabe shares insights from some of the most influential women on the sometimes complex challenges faced by women on the path to senior leadership. Leadership thought-leaders will inform and at times challenge your thinking on what it means to be leader and advise you on how to build respect and loyalty from your team members. Future Women is a club for women to connect, learn and lead. To find out more go to futurewomen.com

Future Women Leadership Series PodcastOne Australia

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Leadership takes courage and resilience. Host and founder of Future Women, Helen McCabe shares insights from some of the most influential women on the sometimes complex challenges faced by women on the path to senior leadership. Leadership thought-leaders will inform and at times challenge your thinking on what it means to be leader and advise you on how to build respect and loyalty from your team members. Future Women is a club for women to connect, learn and lead. To find out more go to futurewomen.com

    Tackling imposter syndrome

    Tackling imposter syndrome

    Have you ever felt like you didn’t deserve your achievements? Like a fraud about to be discovered? This panel discussion hears from a diverse group of women, each of whom have incredibly accomplished careers, and also along the way, have experienced imposter syndrome. Recorded at the Future Women Leadership Summit 2021, panellists Sarah Walsh, Nikki Gemmel, Emily Hill, and Cathy Ngo, share their stories of imposter syndrome and tips on how to combat the phenomenon. The panel is moderated by Jamila Rizvi. The Future Women Leadership Series is hosted by Helen McCabe.

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    • 25 min
    Embracing your imperfections

    Embracing your imperfections

    Skipp Williamson is the Managing Director at Partners in Performance. She is successful, resilient, and imperfect. And wants you to know that you are too. Skipp shares her tips for success at the Future Women Leadership Summit 2021, speaking on making the system work for you, recognising your skill gaps, and rolling in your failures. The Future Women Leadership Series is hosted by Helen McCabe.

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    • 14 min
    Finding your voice as a leader

    Finding your voice as a leader

    Very few women have made it in the male-dominated world of newspaper editing in Australia like Lisa Davies, editor of the Sydney Morning Herald. Lisa shares with host Helen McCabe how she handles imposter syndrome, managing the stress of publishing a daily newspaper and transitioning from working in a newsroom to leading a team of complex personalities.

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    • 31 min
    The value of collaboration in leadership

    The value of collaboration in leadership

    Arabella Burge is a master collaborator. She has successfully pivoted from the Director of Communications for PBL Media in Australia and London to CEO of the Gidget Foundation, a charity dedicated to dealing with perinatal depression. Arabella speaks with host Helen McCabe about using her corporate leadership experience for the greater good, leading with empathy and harnessing her persuasiveness to help young families around the country.

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    • 32 min
    The power of being an empathetic leader

    The power of being an empathetic leader

    Minister Bronnie Taylor has been told she is "too nice" for politics but she believes empathetic leaders are powerful leaders. Bronnie is the NSW Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women and worked as a registered nurse for 20 years before entering politics. Bronnie shares with Helen McCabe the importance of empathy in leadership, respecting opposing views and why country women are good leaders.

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    • 39 min
    Being taken seriously as a leader

    Being taken seriously as a leader

    Jamila Rizvi is a leading feminist voice of her generation. She is a bestselling author, one of the youngest chiefs of staff to a cabinet minister and Future Women's Chief Creative Officer. Jamila opens up to host Helen McCabe about being taken seriously as a young woman in parliament, forcing herself out of her comfort zone to become a stronger leader and not letting a brain tumour get in the way of her career ambitions.

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    • 49 min

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