Hungry Woman at Work is a podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul.
Be inspired by the stories of women who are making an impact in their spheres of influence, be it in the boardroom, the classroom, on the field, at an NGO, or at home.
And get some snippets of advice on issues facing women in the workplace, from mentorship and leadership, to being healthy at work.
Ep 27: How to build Resilience through Grief and Trauma feat. Rasheda Hatchett
The past two years have been an emotional rollercoaster for all of us. And who knows how many more knocks or disappointments are on the way. It’s been said that resilience can be the game changer between picking ourselves up from disappointment, tragedy or grief - and staying down forever.
We could all benefit from building and growing our resilience right now. In ep. 27 of Hungry Woman at Work, Nevelia Moloi speaks to Rasheda Hatchett, a nurse, entrepreneur, author and resilience expert. Rasheda believes you can teach resilience, you can cultivate resilience and you can spread resilience.
If you’re not feeling particularly resilient right now or if you’re going through personal grief or professional disappointment or toxicity at work, take a listen now to get some hacks to grow your resilience.
Ep 26: The leadership crisis - when good people become bad leaders feat. Rachel Nyaradzo Adams
“We have a leadership crisis!”
Corruption. Mismanagement. Cronyism. Socio-political inequality.
Bad leadership is all around us. But what causes good people to become bad leaders?
In episode 26, Nevelia Moloi chats to Rachel Nyaradzo Adams, a leadership and transformation specialist and owner of Narachi Leadership. Rachel believes that at the core of bad leadership is a crisis of self-mastery.
Rachel coaches and develops individuals, teams and emerging leaders on the African continent to create the leadership solutions that can transform them and their environments. Listen as they discuss self-leadership, women in leadership, and the stories we believe that impact on our own leadership journeys.
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Ep 25: Work & life lessons learnt from Covid, one year on
Covid has changed everything. But how has it changed us - for the better? What work and life lessons have we learnt to our benefit, and what skills do we need to cope in this new era?
Around the world we are commemorating the one year anniversary of the impact of the Coronacoaster on our lives. Nevelia Moloi reflects on her lessons learnt the past year and hears insights from:
• Tamsyn Cornelius, owner of TC Editorial Services
• Suzanne Mackay, director of Patar Finance
• Cassandra Layman, owner of Tourist Beagles, and
• Natasha Netha, employee experience manager
Share your lessons learnt with us on instagram @hungrywomanatwork or at www.hungrywomanatwork.com
Ep 24: Free up your time. Automate your work life
Want to free up your time from the mundane work tasks so you can focus on the things that really matter? The answer lies in automating your life, says Michelle Thompson, owner of Awesome Outsourcing. Michelle personally knows about the need for automation and outsourcing. She shares her story about having to relearn even basic tasks after suffering a stroke at the age of 36.
This episode is filled with great advice for solopreneurs, small business owners and just about anyone who suffers from crippling perfectionism.
Ep 23: Goal-setting in a pandemic feat. Lynne Robinson
The start of the year is meant to be about looking forward with optimism and setting goals for the future. But how do you set goals in the midst of a global pandemic? Should you even bother?
In episode 23 Nevelia Moloi speaks to psychologist Lynne Robinson. Lynne says there are a number of good reasons to still set goals and offers practical advice for goal-setting amidst a global pandemic.
Ep 22: Life lessons from car spinning feat. Stacey-Lee May
The year 2020 has done tailspins on all of us. In ep. 22, we speak to Stacey-Lee May, who’s gotten her own back, by spinning circles on her own terms.
A professional motorsport athlete, car spinner and stunt driver, Stacey-Lee thrives while burning rubber, drifting and spinning doughnuts on a race track. This unusual “work environment” has taught her many lessons, like the importance of always staying grounded.
She shares candidly about how she stays focused working in a male-dominated industry, how she went from studying law to performing stunts, and how she’s had to overcome bullying both at school and professionally.