Sandra G.

Everyone should listen to this podcast. Not only will you learn about amazing women but you will be inspired yourself to make changes in your life and be aligned. Bibigi is a natural host. Her voice, her ability to put you at ease and her thought provoking questions are the perfect combination to a successful podcast. 


Dalyanne.

Since I discovered Bibi online, I have been binging on these episodes and it is such an addition of value to my everyday experience. Everything about this podcast benefits me, the so relevant content and interviews, the guests and the information about them, the document and ready to use tricks. 


Courtney L.

Bibigi has a way of bringing you in feeling deeply seen, compassionately heard, and lovingly understood, whether as a listener or a guest. No matter the topic or guest there is always a nugget or two of wisdom to be gleaned along with plenty of laughs and a few 'I thought that was only me' sighs of relief.

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Speaking with Women

Ep. 77 My Ghana Experience (part 1): Unpacking Change, Personal Transformation and layers of visibility.

I have a secret to tell you. You can’t run away from you.  This month I travelled miles away from Montreal for a Women’s retreat in Ghana. This episode is an unfiltered, unscripted (yes, yes unscripted) description of my first days there. First days which were a meeting between expectations and reality.  It is an exploration […]

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Welcome to this special episode featuring Rachelle Houde Simard, who is returning to our podcast. She was here at the beginning of the podcast, and she appears on Episode 3. This time around, we discuss her journey becoming an author and her new book Sociable (FR). 03:37 – Rachelle shares the inspiration behind her book, […]

Ep. 75 What writing a book teaches you about yourself with Rachelle Houde Simard

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Ep. 73 Why being humble is not serving you and what to do instead

In this episode, I discuss why humility is not a good thing for women and should not be a value you hold dear. Being “humble” and not wanting to “talk about myself” is something I hear from the vast majority of my clients and the women I interact with. Often it is code for something […]

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This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Lindsay Lashell, a marketing activist and founder of Open Lines Marketing. Lindsay’s story is a testament to the power of resilience, the value of iteration, and the importance of clear communication. Join me this week as we explore her unique insights on delegation, empowerment, and the […]

Ep. 70 How to build a life you love by trusting your gut with Lindsay Lashell

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Ep. 68 What consulting taught me about visibility

Today’s episode is kind of a celebration episode. I finally shut my consulting computer for good and now I am 100% in this visibility game. I have learned so much from consulting. The experience has been good, bad and ugly. And there are things I learned that have so much relevance for this visibility work….so I […]

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In this week’s episode of Speaking with Women, I have the honour of speaking with Carrie Severson. Carrie is the author of Unapologetically Enough, a self-love & burnout recovery expert and speaker. As you might have heard on previous episodes, I had my own experience with burnout and depression, and so this episode with Carrie […]

Ep. 67 Recovering from burnout by being still with Carrie Severson

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Stacy Mayer

Episode 66: How to get promoted like a corporate badass with Stacy Mayer

On this week’s episode, I have the pleasure of interviewing Stacy Mayer, an executive coach and promotions strategist. As Chief Corporate Badass,  Stacy helps executives reposition themselves to advance their careers, build confidence in their problem-solving abilities, and communicate more strategically so their ideas can truly be heard. She is also a best-selling author, and […]

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Today I am starting on a new(ish) path where I dive into all things entrepreneurship. I am officially stepping into the fact that I want to support women who are looking to leave corporate and strike out on their own.  I know what it is like to be an entrepreneur and I have done ALL […]

Episode 65: The 10 mistakes we make as a new entrepreneur – Part 1

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Lesley

Episode 64: How to get on corporate boards with Lesley Antoun

In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Lesley Antoun, an accomplished executive, leadership coach, consultant, and speaker. This conversation takes us in an interesting direction with visibility. We look at how to get on a corporate board. I think all women should start thinking about whether they want to get on a […]

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Helene Blanchette

In this week’s episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Helene Blanchette, a global senior executive with a diverse and rich career that spanned around the world. She is a sought-after coach-guide for women ascending in senior leadership positions, a consultant and an entrepreneur in partnership with medical professionals.  We discuss the importance of […]

Episode 63: Strategic and creative visibility with Helene Blanchette

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Listening to Bibigi interview outstanding women provides reassurance about, and insight into, being a successful professional woman, despite the things that may hold us back. Add this to Bibigi’s “made for podcasts” voice and you get chocolate for the soul.

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Bibi is a treasure -- she has the kind of presence that makes you instantly wish she were your personal friend. And she's full of actionable insights informed by deep research, professional experiences and emotional intelligence. Such great company that has you reaching for your note pad!

Valuable insights, concrete strategies, enormous warmth

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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.

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Bibigi bring forth cutting edge topics, incredibly pertinent experts and explores themes that sharply and swiftly hit strategic targets for women who want to step up into their power. Plus, she has an awesome voice that I love to listen to. — Luce B.

Essential listening for leveling up

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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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