Thank you for putting up with the last 3 weeks of rambling episodes but the good news is, I have now secured amazing guests where we will be covering topics from earning 6 figures to being brave in asking for a new role at work.
For the next 6 to 8 weeks, I will be mentioning that each episode is sponsored by a survey I have put out:
I am looking to understand the current gaps when it comes to female leadership development. I will be using this data for the following 3 areas:
Writing content on the subject of Female Leadership.
Writing to the UK government with a proposal.
Creating a potential programme for developing future female leaders.
This survey is anonymous, thus I will not see any of your GDPR data. However, at the end of the survey, I ask if you would like to be contacted – where you might be invited to a forum to discuss this topic further. All I ask for is your first name and email address. You can opt out of being contacted by me at any time, just email me back with ‘OPT OUT’.
In this solo (spit balling) episode I share a few ways on how you can become a better storyteller. From pitching to presenting, telling stories can turn what you’re saying from ok to freaking fantastic.
Today I am joined by story-telling, content & copy writing, go-getting, coach qualified, boss-babe Rachel Forcella. In this episode we talk about showing up for you, but as you in 3 years times. From ways to get there to overcoming blockers – tune in to hear what we had to say.
You can find Rachel on Instagram @forcellaonline and via her website forcellaonline.com – she is currently taking new clients on for October 2022.
If you would like to be guest on Talk Female Friday – drop me an email email@example.com
In this episode I welcome Jess Hutchby to the podcast, who will be a regular voice on Talk Female Friday. In this episode, Jess shares her journey of building upon her personal brand, we touch upon personal development and finish up with the brands we like that do marketing / branding well.