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Episode 35: Negotiating your salary

Every conversation is a negotiation, and in this particular episode, we speak to François Piché-Roy on how to prepare for your next salary review or raise (note they are not the same).  This is a massive negotiation master class with specific steps to prepare a salary review and be as prepared as you can be […]

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Have you ever felt like you knew someone before even meeting them? This will happen when you are the one telling your story on your own terms. This episode is a conversation with a fantastic woman, Kishshana Palmer who has courageously committed to herself and  her path. And she does this in full view, owning […]

Episode 28: Kishshana Palmer on remembering yourself

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Episode 27: Stepping out into the light – Diane on understanding your neurodiverse brain

Being visible also means being fully visible to yourself. This is a joyful conversation between Diane Rudakenga and I about being neurodiverse, what it means, how it feels and the impact it can have on your life as an adult woman. Diane has generously shared a lot of resources you can find below Enjoy! You […]

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In this episode, Xenia shares how she managed to change her career path when she was feeling stuck. From feeling like  she was in front of a brick wall that she could not  go around  or make smaller, to starting a movement forward toward change.  She also offers some advice on how to start exploring […]

Episode 26: Creating a career you want by finding out who you are – an interview with Xenia

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Episode 24: Shari Graydon on expertise

Expertise, visibility and women in the media Here are some of the topics we explore with Shari Graydon in this episode: Why and when are you the best person to speak on a particular subject? Can you add value? Are you comfortable calling yourself an expert? Mind mapping your way to being comfortable. We dive […]

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Welcome to my absolute favorite episode since I started doing this podcast. April describes herself as “much” and I am so grateful to have me this abundant, joyful, brillant badass. We have such a deep, funny, emotional, powerful conversation. We talk about the power of LinkedIn, the risks women take when making themselves visible and […]

Episode 20: Creating the Queen of Hype – Interview with April Palmer

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Episode 18: Discussion with Allies

In this week’s episode I have a frank and safe conversation with Tommy Lafrance and Philippe de Villers, two HR leaders who are committed to empowering women.  While you might think this episode is out of context, what it comes down to is that we, as women, need allies in order to change the environmental […]

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In this episode I have a wonderful and really important conversation with Jacklyn Osborn about self-care.A successful and driven executive, she hit a point when she realized something needed to change. That realization was the start of a 52 week transformation journey that went on to become a community conversation through her podcast fiftytwoweeksofme. Jacklyn’s […]

Episode 16: Put your own oxygen mask on first

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Episode 12: Don’t dim your lights

Today’s episode is an interview with a wonderful member of the community. Sophie is a woman in transition and she is approaching this transition with intentionality and commitment to fully showing up for herself and as herself. This episode is important because it puts into question a lot of the things we take for granted […]

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A lot of the women on my community talk about their struggles to understand the world of recruiting and head-hunting.  Even though they are in senior roles in corporate, they find it hard to navigate the job search in a way that feels respectful, empowering and that is just well…clear. So I reached out to […]

Episode 10: The Who, What, Where, When and How’s of recruitment

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Bibigi speaks to inspiring women working across a wide range of sectors. The conversations highlight the many interesting career journeys of women who have shone, fumbled, been fired/hired, supported their colleagues and communities, and stepped into their power authentically.

Bibigi asks amazing questions, resulting in conversations that will challenge to ask yourself similar questions. Highly recommend. — Kaleid.

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