A frank conversation on those topics we women don't talk about enough. From the importance of work-life balance, to recovering from toxic situations at work, we look into key techniques to create your killer mindset and break the glass ceiling. For more information about our events and membership www.netwomen.co For inclusive leadership programs www.netwomen.us
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Episode 50 - Financial services and lack of representation
Netwomen division Director Laura Bosworth based in Scotland talks to Pinky about the challenges for women in Financial services. Laura shares her story of leaving the sector and starting her executive search business and her struggle with MS. She talks openly about her hidden condition, her disability, the impact it has had on her and why Laura became a Netwomen Director.
Episode 49 - South Asian Women Mean Business
Rupinder Kaur founder of Asian Women Mean Business talks to Pinky about the challenges that South Asian women face. From childhood to university then working in corporate and owning her business, Rupinder shares her story and her journey. We limit ourselves based on the stories we have been told from a young age, often never changing our mindset and living a life of conformity only to dim our light. Listen and find out the challenges South Asian women face.
Episode 48 - From advertising and tech to Brand marketing with Jasmine Sandler
CEO of JS Media talks to Pinky about her journey from corporate advertising and tech which then landed her as an entrepreneur and owning her own brand marketing business. They discuss the importance of collaboration over competition for women. Based in NYC and LA Jasmine spends her time between the 2 cities and is a powerhouse in her field. Enjoy!
Episode 47 - Mental health OK Positive
OK Positive CEO Charlie Winton and Pinky talk about mental health and the stigma around talking about it. Charlie talks candidly about his struggles with OCD and intrusive thoughts. What did he do to overcome the thoughts and why did he start to help other people on their mental health journey through OK Positive SAAS platform.
They talk about how people are socialising Post covid, what impact it’s having on us and how AI is a tool for humans rather than a replacement for humans.
Episode 46- This is Calmer
We found our CEO Pinky a little starstruck with Tania Diggory CEO of Calmer for this episode. Pinky has been following Calmer and receiving the newsletter for 5 years and she never thought she would have Tania on her podcast but that happened today! They talk about burnout, anxiety, Tania's experience of her panic attacks and the stigma of mental health for people of colour. Have a listen!
Episode 45 - We need men involved in our DEI mission and what does 'woke' actually mean?
Gareth Buchanan founder of Inclusive Advocacy talks to Pinky about what it was like to go from HR in corporate finance to owning his DEI consultancy. He is also a Netwomen DEI facilitator who believes in inclusive cultures, just like us. He talks about the old boys club, the golf club and what needs to happen to shift the old way of doing things which is often not the best way. What 'woke' means and why anti wokeness is disparaging and dismissing progressive ideas similar to the way feminism is perceived. And so much more. Have a listen!