herBusiness - Insights for women in Business
Summary: Interviews with inspiring business women. Business topic that affect women in business. Inspiration, education and good ideas. Your host is Australian Businesswomen's Network Community Director, Suzi Dafnis.
The Imposter Syndrome - the reason why many talented women don’t step up when it comes to leadership and the workplace. And how the types of goals we set can set us up for failure. Guest: Suzanne Mercier, Managing Director of Liberate Leadership
Anita Simon, co-author of Conversation Transformation - Recognise and overcome the six most destructive communication patterns. In this interview we identify ways that communication breaks down and how to turn things around so that you can turn your communications into productive dialogues.
Mandy Holloway, author of Inspiring Courageous Leaders challenges that as our personal and business environments continue to change so we need more people inspired to be courageous leaders, to speak out for what they believe in and to be more authentic.
Carolyn Dufton, author of The F World. Franchising The Best, the Worst and the Scary explains why franchising is not about great ideas, why entrepreneurs should not buy franchises and who should, and she provides tips for starting or buying a franchise.
Anneke Seley,is coauthor of Sales 2.0 - Improve business results using innovative sales practices and technology. In this interview we look at sales 2.0, a new way to build relationships and drive sales using technology, the role your website can play in sales, and what it takes to develop a predictable, measurable, repeatable and scalable business.
Margie Warrell, author of Find Your Courage -12 Acts for Becoming Fearless at Work and in Life. In this interview we look at having courageous conversations, taking action the presence of fear, making requests for what we want and speaking up.
Emily Simpson is an award-winning businesswoman and founder of the Centennial Park Labyrinth project.In this interview we look at the labyrinth as metaphor for a way of doing business and look at the qualities that a labyrinth style business has over the often crazy and unfocused Maze style business.
Karen Post is an international branding/marketing expert, professional speaker and author of Brand Turnaround - How brands gone bad returned to glory. In this interview we look at the 7 steps to take when your brand is in trouble, a quick test to see if you look too much like your competitor, how to build brand equity so that clients stay loyal and why taking responsibility when things go wrong does not mean claiming you're guilty.
Suzanne Bates, author of Discover Your CEO Brand explains why your personal brand is as important as your business brand, how to discover the stories in your life that can help form your brand, when to use social media to build your brand and how to share your message with the right audiences.
Monique Beedles, an expert in strategy and business design and the author of new book Pivot Point: Making the decisions that matter in business. In this interview we discuss they key questions any business owner should ask when developing business strategy, how to make the important decisions, the ideal number of projects you should have on the go at any time and when business strategy should be MORE creative and LESS rational.
Written in the 1930s by Napoleon Hill, Outwitting the Devil has been annoyed and its powerful messages updated for today's world by bestselling author Sharon Lechter. In this interview we look why victory goes to those who know what they want and are determined to get it, how fear, worry, doubt and indecision can get in the way of our success and what those who succeed know about having faith in themselves.
Lindley Edwards is Group Managing Director of AFG Venture Group. In this interview we discuss the power of the stories that we tell about our business and that we weave around our lives, why asking the right questions is key to creating the future we want, when we should risk and what the benefits are and how learning situations help us create better narrative.
Penelope Beveridge is a multi-award winning international pro photographer whose images has appeared globally in magazines like Vogue Living and Entertainment and in many industry publications.She has won over 26 awards International and Local Photography awards. In this interview we look at the power of photography for you and your business, when amateur photography works and when it can be detrimental to your brand and what types of photos product based business should take compared to their service industry business.
Susan S. Elliott, author of Across the Divide went to work for IBM as a programmer in 1958. In this interview we look at what it was like to be woman in a man's world, what the opportunities are for women in technology today, why being the token woman on a board might be a GOOD thing and we get a look at Susan's criteria for success.
Are you communicating or simply talking? Dr Hilary Armstrong, Director of Education and Master Coach at the Institute of Executive Coaching explains how men and women converse differently in the workplace, why we need more meaningful workplace conversations and tips for leaders to improve the conversations with their teams.