What is It to Be a Powerful Woman Today? is a podcast series hosted by author and coach Wendy Wallbridge in conversation with intrepid women––women who have veered from the officially sanctioned path to success to express their own badass power in soul-fulfilling ways. From them, we learn a new definition of power. This is not power over, but power-with, and ultimately power-within. It’s time to navigate the inner and outer barriers that stop us from rising. It’s time to give fully of our gifts. It’s time for us sisters to move out of the sidelines and have the impact we long for. It’s time to be a powerful woman.
If You Want to Go Far Go Together
In this episode we examine one of the most critical issues: the necessity of (and struggles we face as women) supporting and championing each other.
You've Had the Power All Along, My Dear
Historically women in the workplace learned “adaptive leadership” to imitate what was being modeled in order to succeed. But sucking it up and armoring up is not a sustainable strategy. Women’s spontaneity and vulnerability can be the secret sauce to their authentic leadership and loyal following. In this podcast we explore how even with the “1,000 paper cuts a day” women can increase their sense of confidence and professional self-worth.
If You Only Stop Singing, I'll Make you Safe
This podcast (title taken from a poem by David Whyte) explores the back story of how women came to be excluded from the power structure in the first place. What bargains did we make that involved us giving up our power? What can we discover by uncovering the roots of our predicament?
When Sleeping Women Wake
Women are rising, speaking out, and demanding change. But how do we deal with our anger and perhaps even our desire to blame in order to move forward and create a new definition of power based on feminine principles of collaboration and kinship?