Podcast to empower women leadership

Podcast to empower women leadership

 🙌  I have selected for you 5 outstanding #podcasts on how you can become a powerful businesswoman by empowering your leadership skills.

 OUR RECOMMENDED PODCAST ABOUT FEMININE LEADERSHIP
1. Fierce Feminine Leadership 

This female empowerment podcast helps you to run a successful business thanks to the leadership expert advice:  Eleanor Beaton. Her weekly podcast episodes feature inspiring discussions and interviews with influential women in the business world as well as tips and practical tools that female entrepreneurs can use to implement into their businesses to help break down barriers, inspire confidence and help then march to success in the business world.

2. A Podcast of One’s Own with Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard, the first and only woman who has served as Prime Minister of Australia to date, hosts this podcast in her role as Chair of the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership. Her episodes are reserved for interviewing remarkable female leaders across various industries, from business, entertainment, media, and politics. The episodes are full of frank discussions on topics such as sexism, misogyny, feminism and what more can be done to address women’s issues in leadership. Gillard aims to address the causes of the underrepresentation of women in these roles to help clear the path for more women to find success at the top.

3. Fearless Women Podcast by Janice McDonald

Janice McDonald has Inspiring Conversations with Fearless Women who are trailblazers in business, arts and culture, politics, and more. Listen as they share their stories, the challenges, and insights into how they’ve been driven to change the world and make it a better place, in whatever arena they are competing in. 4. The Leadership Strategies for Women Podcast This Podcast is hosted by Ellie Nieves. Ellie is a Women’s Leadership Speaker and Coach. Tune in for expert advice and leadership strategies to help women show up, speak up, and step up in their careers and personal live 5.  This Woman Can  This Woman Can feature content and interviews to help women advance in their leadership ambitions in life and career. With personal insights from executive coach and host Janice Sutherland, hear interviews with inspiring female leaders and entrepreneurs around leadership, personal success, advancement, and work/life alignment.

Podcast to go back to work with a smile after your holidays

Podcast to go back to work with a smile after your holidays

 🙌 I have selected for you 5 outstanding #podcasts on how you can become a better version of yourself while enjoying more yourself at work.

If you want to improve your soft skills, you are in the right place!

OUR RECOMMENDED PODCAST FOR YOUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GROWTH
  1. The science of success

With more than 4 million downloads and listeners in over 100 countries, The Science of Success is #1 The Evidence Based Growth Podcast. If you want to be the best version of yourself, learn from experts and leaders to improve your decision-making, and understand the psychological environment around you, it’s the podcast adapted for you!

  1. Impact Theory by Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory™ is a weekly interview show that explores the mindsets of the world’s highest achievers to learn their secrets to success. Hosted by Quest Nutrition co-founder Tom Bilyeu, Impact Theory is designed to give people the tools and knowledge they need to unlock their potential and impact the world.

  1. Success insider

SUCCESS Insider is a weekly podcast to engage, educate and inspire emerging leaders and success seekers (authors, industry experts, business leaders…)  It keeps you up to date on the latest trends in personal empowerment, entrepreneurship, and career development, discussing books, ideas, and news that you should hear.

  1. The school of greatness

Lewis Howes is a New York Times best-selling author, 2x All-American athlete, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur. The School of Greatness shares inspiring interviews from the most successful people on the planet—world-renowned leaders in business, entertainment, sports, science, health, and literature—to inspire YOU to unlock your inner greatness and live your best life.

  1. Kwik Brain

After a childhood brain injury left him learning-challenged, Kwik created strategies to dramatically enhance his mental performance. Jim Kwik (his real name) is the brain & memory trainer to elite mental performers, including many of the world’s leading CEO and celebrities. With him, you can learn how to read faster, remember more, and ‘supercharge’ your greatest wealth-building asset: your brain.

Kwik Brain is a fun coach to help busy people learn to achieve their dreams. You will get the edge with these simple actionable tools to sharpen your mind, enhance your focus, and fast-track your fullest potential.

Our recommended reports on the post-Covid19 management challenges

Our recommended reports on the post-Covid19 management challenges

I have compiled for you 9 interesting reports that I have read lately on how companies and managers can take up the main challenges in the post-Covid19 period.

I have selected 5 areas of focus : (I) Management style & leadership; (II) Communication; (III) Remote working; (IV) Workplace safety; (V) Post-Covid perspectives

Management style and leadership

1. – Accenture  

April 2020 : How to run effective business services during the COVID-19 pandemic 

Accenture has developed a program to help companies to develop and empathetic leadership and communications 

 2. Korn Ferry 

The COVID-19 Leadership Guide

Korn Ferry has assembled a collection of insights and guidance on strategies you need to steer your organization through this COVID-19 crisis

Communication

 3. Deloitte

May 2020 :  Combating COVID-19 with an agile change management approach

Deloitte has addressed in this leaflet key information on how companies need to develop strategies to communicate effectively to manage expectations of the stakeholders and engage the workforce in a clear and consistent way 

Remote working 

  4. KPMG 

Leading practices for remote working – KPMG Global

KPMG has compiled a list of useful best practice for remote working

5 . – Raconteur.net

Should remote working be here to stay?

A detailed infographic on remote working

Workplace safety

6.  Cushman & wakefield 

June 2020 :  Recovery Readiness | Post-COVID-19 Recovery Insights

You can download guidelines on workplace safety to put your business back on track

7. PWC 

Reboot: Getting back to the workplace

Some useful data on workplace safety form an operational and HR perspective

Post-Covid perspectives

8. Center of Creative Leadership 

June 2020 : Turning Crisis Into Opportunity: Preparing for a Transformed World | CCL

You can download an interesting white paper to learn how to turn crisis into opportunity and to discover how to prepare your organization for the transformed world that comes next.

9. Accenture report

May 2020 :  5 Priorities to help reopen and reinvent your business  

Interesting view on risk and opportunities arising from the Covid crisis

 

And you, what are the latest readings that have been really meaningful to you on the main challenges faced by companies and managers?

Our recommended articles on the post-Covid19 management challenges

Our recommended articles on the post-Covid19 management challenges

I have compiled for you 12 meaningful articles that I have read lately on how companies and managers can take up the main challenges in the post-Covid19 period.

I have selected 5 areas of focus : (I) Remote and flexible working; (II) Management style & leadership; (III) Labour market and perspectives; (IV) Employees wellbeing; (V) Continuous and digital learning

I. Remote and flexible working 

1 – NewsWeek 

May 04 2020 :  54 Percent of Americans Want to Work Remote Regularly After Coronavirus Pandemic Ends, New Poll Shows 

Important data : An IBM survey released on Friday found that 54 percent of the 25,000 adults polled would like to be able to primarily work from home and 75 percent would like the option to do it occasionally. Once businesses can reopen, 40 percent of people responded that they feel strongly their employer should offer opt-in remote work options

2 – We Forum

June 03 2020 : Coronavirus: Is working from home working?

This article is about the pros and cons of remote working. While 98% of people surveyed said they would like the option to work remotely for the rest of their careers, they also underline the struggles they have and especially the blur line between work and personal life. As for the managers, their struggles are how to keep the focus and the productivity of their team. 

3-  BBC NEWS 

May 22 2020 : Flexible working will be a new normal after virus

Both working from home and shorter working weeks have been applauded by human resources experts as an alternative to a mass return to offices. A shift towards more remote working also allows companies to rethink their expensive office space. A growing list of business leaders(Amazon, Barclays, Facebook, Google) are adding their weight to working from home and more flexible working arrangements, aided by technology and video-conferencing platforms.

II. Management style & leadership

4 – We Forum 

June 02  2020 : 5 ways COVID-19 has changed workforce management

COVID-19 is a catalyst to reinvent the future of work for managers. New technologies are going to necessitate new roles, which is one reason to encourage new skills. This article focuses on the 5 changes that should be on the radar of managers to reshape their management style. 

5 – Executive Academy

May 06  : 6 Leadership Lessons from Covid-19

The story of the Covid-19 crisis is not finally told. However, what is clear is that it will be a story of leadership success and leadership failure. Throughout the crisis, we have seen examples of leaders at all levels of government, business, and civil society who rose to the challenge successfully.. And we’ve seen lots of leaders who failed miserably in this regard. “Whatever the outcome of this crisis will be – there are important leadership lessons to be learned”. 

6 – Architect magazine 

May 05 2020 :  Guide to Remote Work and Team Management During—and After—the Coronavirus Era

In this article, there is a compilation of tools and best practice to bring your team to a better management style. 

III . Labour market and perspectives

7 – We Forum 

May 01 2020 : 5 ways to reset labour markets after coronavirus recovery

While it was a microscopic invader rather than the expected rise of the robots that led to the current collapse of the labour market, there is an opportunity to “build back better” in 5 areas: reskilling and upskilling; supporting the jobs of tomorrow; prioritizing redeployment and re-employment; re-evaluating essential work and improving the quality of jobs; and resetting education, skills and jobs systems for the post-pandemic recovery. The World Economic Forum highlights that collaboration between employers, governments and workers both nationally and globally are critical to the recovery. 

8 – HBR 

June 05 2020Lessons from Chinese Companies’ Response to Covid-19

More than 350 senior executives have been surveyed to ascertain how the Chinese corporate world has adapted, and innovated. The main findings were the following: Leverage digital technologies so that they could adapt and innovate; try out novel business models; develop new business processes and practices; and redefine models for collaboration and teamwork. An interesting perspective from China on lessons learnt from the crisis.

IV . Employees wellbeing

9 – Marsh & McLennan companies 

Employee Concerns About COVID-19

A survey highlights that employees want support for their financial, physical, and psychological well being during this health crisis. However, only one third of employees think their manager’s response to the crisis has been less than effective

10 – Hr executive 

June 08 2020 : What to know about wellness during COVID19

Employees are now more likely to believe their employers have a responsibility to address their health and wellbeing and this has increased with the Covid19 crisis (80% in April 2020 vs. 73% in late 2019). Top benefits employees want. Employees say offering flexible work hours is a top action their employers can take to help alleviate their stress and increase their wellbeing. Employers who show heightened support during COVID-19 will benefit. The COVID-19 pandemic has required employers to show heightened support for their employees.

V . Continuous and digital learning

11 – Raconteur.net 

May 28 2020 : Learning remotely: the new way to keep staff happy and engaged  

Should online learning become the new normal for remote workers? This article points out that remote working should support the learning on a day-by-day basis to be able to match training content with your business. 

12 – Elearning journal 

April 27 2020 : Corporate Learning and Development During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As eLearning enables corporate training during this pandemic, the workforce entirely relies on online based courses and insights. Learning and Development strategies now maximize the use of online learning platforms and also consider the avid use of technology to enable accessible learning and communication methods.

 

And you, what are the latest readings that have been really meaningful to you on the main challenges faced by companies and managers?