You are a professional or executive woman with heart. You are intelligent and conscientious, with an unfulfilled desire for ‘more’.
You are open and ready to discover a new, nourishingly powerful style of leadership… to lead yourself, your team and your family.
Yet something is missing. And you are ready to do something about it. You may have one or more of these unwanted experiences in any moment:
– being ‘stuck’ and feeling held back
– work/life imbalance
– overwhelm or stress, heading for burnout
– conflict in yourself and/or with others
– unexplained boredom or restlessness
– difficult relationships at home or at work
– strained finances
– unexpressed potential or underperforming
With my intuition-based approach, I help you to change this. I support you to step up and choose YOU, so that you can be true to your heart’s calling and create everything you long for, without compromise or sacrifice.
And the best bit is, everyone around you benefits too!
It’s all in you. Sometimes all you need is a little helping hand.
“What are the barriers to women achieving senior positions in organisations?
Stereotype threat can inform the way in which those women who do break through the glass ceiling behave. This phenomenon reinforces the male-dominated norms which influence perceptions about what it takes to be successful.
It involves women ‘aping’ male behavioural traits to be seen to be performing well and delivering results, rather than achieving them in a way that is more natural to them. It involves a denial of identity in order to fit in and be accepted by the dominant in-group.
Women in more junior positions who see women behaving like this often do not aspire to be like them because they want to be ‘themselves’, as opposed to a male clone.
Some successful senior level women can also be seen by their more junior contemporaries as ‘queen bees’, who draw up the drawbridge rather than helping and mentoring female talent to follow in their success.
An absence of the right kind of role models can encourage women to deselect themselves from making a journey to top roles and fail to inspire them to aspire to reach for the top. Role models are important, but they must be authentic”
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