Podcast – Women in Leadership
By Angela Mezzetti
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In each interview, journalist and broadcaster Angie Mezzetti will explore the individual’s journey to her current leadership position and hear what challenges she may have met along the way. You can learn what advice she can offer to both and men and women who want to see more women represented at every level of decision making in organisations, in politics, in the boardroom, in science and technology, in academia and education, in sports, in social justice, in banking, in entrepreneurship and in philanthropy. You can hear how they how they balance the demands of private and family life with the day job. You can listen as they share how they have been influenced by others and learn what inspires them in good times and bad.
||Carol Andrews on Calling It Out||Listening, Learning and Calling it Out Leading woman Carol Andrews of BNY Mellon and the 30% Club Lead in Ireland, is the guest in this episode of the Women In Leadership podcast and she is a leading light when it comes to advancing diversity and inclu.||28 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clodagh Hughes of WoW – Empowering Women to Thrive Not Just Survive||The WoW effect in the workplace requires relentless focus, relentless measurement. These are some of the key pieces of advice Clodagh Hughes of Motive8 has for organisations who want to do more than pay lip service to gender diversity in the workplace..||7 1 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Eimear Caslin of GSK – Maternity Leave No Big Thing Anymore||Eimear Caslin says the business world is learning to work with women going on maternity leave and particularly coming back from leave and she sees how this is working to the employers’ advantage. “I look back over my career and I have had three mate||24 8 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Sandra Healy on Why We Can’t Wait for Change||Why We Can’t Wait for Change It is going to take 180 years if we want to wait for gender parity, according to Sandra Healy Head of Diversity and Inclusion at DCU. Sandra is one of many women in leadership in Ireland today who is not prepared to sit||20 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Niamh Gallagher #morewomen for election||Women For Election wants to get #morewomen into Irish politics. Bridging the gap, getting women from ‘being busy in the background’ to ‘going on the ticket’ when it comes to election to office, is what women for election is all about.||15 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Suzanne Anderson – Upgrade How You Live, Love and Lead||Suzanne Anderson of ‘Mysterial Woman’ is the guest on this podcast. Suzanne is a psychologist, executive leadership coach international speaker and co-author of ‘The Way of The Mysterial Woman: Upgrading How You Live, Love and Lead.||7 6 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Jennifer Davis Own Your Career and Find Balance||Jennifer Davis is the guest on this episode of the Women In Leadership Podcast. She is the Chief Marketing Officer with Planar a multi million dollar technology enterprise based in Portland Oregan in the United States which was recently taken over by a||19 4 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Gillian Harford on AIB Equality Initiatives||Gillian Harford of AIB on Diversity Initiatives Gillian Harford heads up human resources planning and strategy in AIB and this is an exciting week for her as several initiatives she has been working on to improve equality and fairness in the bank are l.||6 3 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
A great insight into how women carve out careers often despite the difficulties they may face in their lives. Super career advice too.
The Women in Leadership podcast provides valuable insights and helpful tips from women at the top of their organisations. Angie Mezzetti is a thoughtful broadcaster and producer who gives her interviewees the time and space to share their stories and to inspire others. Definitely worth tuning in!
Excellent conversations - Inspirational
The Women in Leadership podcast is an excellent resource for women. Very interesting topics and an excellent interview style which delves into the issues and provides great insights.