Grateful for very inspiring female leaders
The women in leadership podcast

Grateful for very inspiring female leaders

Season
2
| Episode
11
11/24/2021
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Learn from Seasons Leadership Co-Founders and podcast hosts Susan Ireland and Debbie Collard as they express their gratitude for the women leaders that guest-appeared on the Women in Leadership Podcast. Listen as they review the themes of season 2 and the incredible advice and insight offered in our first ten episodes!

Show Notes:

Susan and Debbie share their gratitude for all the Women who have guest-appeared on the Women in Leadership Podcast!

(2:04) Rita Robbins, organizational and professional development trainer and neuroscience consultant: Rita is a big proponent of taking the learning and moving on.

(4:06) Marissa Thomas, CEO and co-founder of For the Breast of Us, the first online platform for women of color and their families affected by breast cancer: Marissa gives important advice for how to support people dealing with a health crisis or personal tragedy.

(7:03) Christine Noffz, Dawn Rowley, and Susan Gellatly, founders of BenchStrength Coaching: Learn about the special connection Debbie and Susan have with these founders.

(9:26) Tamya Olszanska, a senior consultant and certified facilitator with Scherer Leadership Center: Hear the life goal of Susan’s that Tamya is currently living.

(11:33) Melissa Fleener, leader Integrated Metals capability and Auburn site for Boeing Fabrication, and Beth Schryer, vice president and general manager of Boeing Facilities and Asset Management: Susan and Debbie appreciate Melissa and Beth’s very different approaches and their shared thoughts on mentorship.

(15:11) Denise Shields, principal of Shields Resource Group; a niche Baldrige-based consulting organization: Through Susan and Debbie’s gratitude for Denise’s expertise in Baldrige they foreshadow a major topic for season 3 of the WIL podcast.

(17:41) Susan Griffin, nurse executive leader for 30 years: Hear the fun story of how Debbie and this podcast guest connected.

(19:46) Reverend Canon Liz Easton, canon to the ordinary in the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska: Liz is a faith-based leader featured on WIL because of a listener request. Learn what she inspired Susan to do after guest-appearing.

(22:04) Patricia Zinnecker, international entrepreneur, coach and author: Learn the practice that Patricia encourages that Debbie and Susan believe help propel success.

(26:30) Liat Arad, vice president of Marketing, UBQ Materials: Learn the strategy Liat uses that surprised Susan.

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