Miriam is a manager who loves her team. One day, she receives devastating news. One of her people has committed suicide. Unexpectedly, it becomes public news and while she navigates her own outpouring of grief and that of her team, she finds herself blindsided by media and then social media discussions that bring her and her actions into the story.
Join Nic and Miriam for Episode 9 of Conversations with Remarkable Women as they dive deep into a story of navigating an onslaught of never-ending emotions whilst still trying to be a leader, a mother and most of all, a human being.
Shelley Paxton was the former CMO of Harley Davidson. It was a dream job in so many ways and yet, like so many of us, she was making bonkers decisions when it came to listening to her body and soul.
So she decided to take a Soulbbatical . To take a break from all the 'musts' and should' in her life and tune in to all the things she was avoiding.
It was big work. With a happy ending.
Soulbbatical - A Corporate Rebel's Guide to Finding Your Best Life is published by Simon and Schuster in January 2020. And WE got a sneak preview of the story and the woman behind it.
She's pretty remarkable and she has a whole bunch of gems for us all to learn from. You'd expect nothing less, right?
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On paper, Holly Ransom has a life we all look at with awe. In her early 20s, she was invited by the Australian PM to Chair the G20 Youth Summit and then life began to accelerate. She has delivered a Peace Charter to the Dalai Lama, interviewed Barack Obama on stage, was Sir Richard Branson’s nominee for Wired Magazine’s ‘Smart List’ of Future Game Changers to watch in 2017 and was awarded the US Embassy’s Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Leadership Excellence in 2019. This isn't even all of it. More recently, she won a Harvard Fulbright Scholarship and is taking two years to go deep into International Governance and policy. There's no doubt she's going to change the world. And she's only 29.
Here's the thing though, we never get to hear Holly's story, because she's usually on the other side of the microphone. And wow, is it a good one. For ALL of us.
Join Danielle, Co Founder of Remarkable Women as she asks Holly to share some of the workings of her own mind, including the story of why she never believed she would win the Harvard Scholarship and what she did to make it happen.
This is the story of what it's like to go ALL IN and perhaps a lesson in why we often choose not to.
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After having three children and finding herself in repeated overwhelm, Lynn White realised that there was a huge gap in the way we help women navigate pregnancy, motherhood and careers - the infamous, 'Can we have it all?' question.
So she set up Talent On Leave to change the game. Providing women with coaching and tools to set themselves up for a different way.
Kim Perdikou did a degree in Computing at Paisley Tech in the second year that it was a thing...She thought she was going to be a teacher in Glasgow. Life had other plans.
Fast forward many years and some brilliant life lessons and she finds herself as GM of one of the biggest technology influencers in the world.
If that wasn't enough, she then decides she's going to take on slavery...
And yet, at the heart of it all, she's still just a girl from Glasgow who can't quite believe this has happened.
This session is so packed with story and tips and brilliant moments we don't know where to start. You're going to love Kim as much as we do. And you're going to realise all things are possible, even if it doesn't feel like it at the time. ROCKET FUEL.
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We've all got a Zone of Genius. A unique set of talents that means some things just come easy to us. When we dedicate our lives to doing more with these talents, everything changes.
Join Danielle, as she talks with Sacha, a Remarkable Women with a clear Zone of Genius, who forgets it sometimes...and thinks she doesn't do anything special at all...
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Ever experienced a gun to your head or needing to flee from people you're trying to help? In this remarkable conversation, Danielle talks with Tatjana as she shares her story of refugee camps and administering dollars of aid at a scale most of us could never imagine.
And yet, she doesn't think she's remarkable at all...
An 'ordinary', yet always remarkable woman shares a treasure trove of tips on how to manage the thoughts in our heads and how to live a remarkable life.
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