Brave Feminine Leadership
Anyier Yuol - Nurturing leadership, surrounded by Aussie Mums & loads of Aunties

Anyier Yuol - Nurturing leadership, surrounded by Aussie Mums & loads of Aunties

July 29, 2022

Born in a Kenyan refugee camp and moving to Australia at the age of 10, Anyier is the founder and CEO of Miss Sahara, celebrating the diversity of Women of African heritage in Australia. Anyier is a passionate advocate for women and girls rights, refugee and gender equality, the potential of sport, youth participation and improving the representation of minority groups in Australia. Soak in her energy and attitude, and reflect on all of our own incredible privileges

Elle Roseby - Own your space

Elle Roseby - Own your space

July 22, 2022

Elle Roseby is the Managing Director of Country Road. Named the most influential retailer in Ragtrader’s Power 30, she is regarded as an authority in strategic brand development and retail management.
Over 30 years, Elle has risen through the ranks of some of Australia’s most respected retailers, including Myer, Sportsgirl and Supré, her tenures at the latter two cementing her reputation as someone who can orchestrate a rapid brand turnaround.
What an inspiring conversation.

Alister Dias - Excitedly anxious. As story of perseverance not privilege

Alister Dias - Excitedly anxious. As story of perseverance not privilege

July 15, 2022

I am glad I met Alister Dias, Vice-President, Google Cloud Australia and New Zealand. Alister shares his own story for the first time in this conversation. It is not the story of typical privilege we hear from so many leaders who dominate our corporate landscape. It is a story of perseverance and optimism, a story of racism, loss and hard work. Make time for this conversation.

Ana Marinkovic - I stand out in the masculine, monolithic, homogeneous culture of banking

Ana Marinkovic - I stand out in the masculine, monolithic, homogeneous culture of banking

July 8, 2022

Ana Marinkovic is privileged to lead Australia’s largest Small Business Bank and look after the needs of 500,000 businesses nationally. She is a lifelong learner, global citizen and passionate advocate for diversity, inclusion and equality of opportunity and has been volunteering and mentoring women from disadvantaged backgrounds for over a decade. Everyone has a story and often it takes a long time for people to feel comfortable sharing theirs. Ana’s story is a true gift to us.

The tables have been turned! The time Penny Locaso from Hacking Happy Podcast asked me to share my own story of transformation.

The tables have been turned! The time Penny Locaso from Hacking Happy Podcast asked me to share my own story of transformation.

July 1, 2022

Tables are turned. I’m in the hot seat.
In this episode, you will hear my very own story of transformation. The journey from being a CEO leading teams of 5,000 through my breast cancer diagnosis and slowly out the other side with a picture of what I didn’t want to do and no idea of what I actually wanted to do.
Penny Locaso, in her Podcast Hacking Happy turns the tables on me.
I am the Founder of Brave Feminine Leadership and on a mission to inspire 100,000 women to take the next intentional step in their career. My own journey continues.

Cookie Knows  What she Wants - now.  Meet our Graduate

Cookie Knows What she Wants - now. Meet our Graduate

June 24, 2022

With an innate sense of curiosity, Cookie loves to learn. She indulges herself in a continuous self-improvement learning cycle and even has her own Instagram page to share her latest recommendations in the self-development genre. Despite her passion, Cookie found herself ready for the next step but unsure of how to ask for it. Find out how she got her brave on in our Meet our Graduate series.

What is Brave Feminine Leadership?

What is Brave Feminine Leadership?

June 17, 2022

Every podcast I ask incredible leaders the important question: What is Brave Feminine Leadership and what needs to change? In this episode, I have curated a real treat for you with over 20 replies from outstanding leaders including Ann Sherry, Rabia Siddique, Laura Berry, Lousie Adams, Natalie Charles, Sangeeta Venkatesan, Penny Locaso, Sarah Harden, Professor Laura Kray, Mani Thiru, Natalie Walker, Sally Bruce, Sally Haydon, Tony Johnson, Sarah Hunter, David Thodey, Kate Mason, Hunter Johnson, Juggy Sihota, and Kathryn Fagg. Connect with me and let me know yours.

Sue Price is comfortable with ambition! Meet our graduate

Sue Price is comfortable with ambition! Meet our graduate

June 10, 2022

Sue is a brilliant example of the incredible women who join our Brave Feminine Leadership Masterminds.  A highly successful Retail Executive with a career that spans South Africa, the UK and Australia.  She found me as a result of my very first interview series at a time in her life where she was assessing the next career step.  Sue is a dynamic, ambitious and a strong leader who is open and honest about the challenges juggling her career, family and her husband's career as a surgeon.  I'm all about shattering myths of leaders and leadership, and leadership is a true privilege.  Hop on over to our website for more information on our transformational masterminds  www.bravefeminineleadership.com

Dr. Michelle Perugini - Are you open to opportunity?

Dr. Michelle Perugini - Are you open to opportunity?

June 3, 2022

Traditionally many females, including so many of the incredible female executives I have interviewed, operate on the belief that if I work hard, put my head down and excel, then I will be offered a promotion or a pay rise. That’s an old story. You can create your own opportunities. Dr. Michelle Perugini is inspirational. Fascinated by the human body from a young age she was into STEM from day one. Together we discuss the courage to step away from a successful career, the importance of getting out of your domain of expertise to access new ideas and building two businesses whilst bringing up your family “your way”.

Georgie Drury – Do you need to work so bloody hard?

Georgie Drury – Do you need to work so bloody hard?

May 27, 2022

Georgie is a passionate advocate for gender equality, is involved in the Tech Girls are superheroes competition and is focused on her next venture. Together we discuss the lonely life of a solo female founder, how she is doing it differently this time around, her inner voice that always says “yes”, mothers guilt and the critical need to make time for deep thinking. Georgie is a self-professed tech geek in sneakers and her tombstone will say “she died trying”. There is so much passion and energy to absorb from this conversation.

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