Insight into Women Leaders – Series of Interviews
Esi Kpeglo, HR Business Partner, National Archives
We have interviewed several women leaders to understand what women leadership can contribute to the business world. We introduce our first Women Leader in our series
Natalie Ceeney, CEO, Financial Ombudsman Services
We wanted to know how these successful Women Leaders got on in the workplace so that other women can gain inspiration and key learnings from them.
Liz Robson, Business Information Officer, Siemens Enterprise Communications
We wanted to know if Women Leaders faced specific issues in the workplace and if so how these successful senior women managed to overcome them.
Jenny Scherler, HR Manager, Siemens Business Systems
We asked Jenny if she felt that she faced any particular challenges being a women leader in the business.
Sally-Anne Borrill, Compensations and Benefits Manager, Siemens
We were interested to find out how she moved from Textiles to becoming a successful Compensations and Benefits Manager for Siemens.
Gerlinde Gniewosz, CEO, Founder of KO-SU Ltd
We asked Gerlinde, how did you manage to get to where you are today? She replied “ four years ago I left my corporate role and got into mobile app development.
(Jill Botle a neuro scientist having a stroke in her left hemisphere, experienced more of the sense of oneness which is present when we connect to the right hemisphere)
(One of the top 10 most popular talks on the power of vulnerability)
Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.
(A beautiful reminder to enjoy each day)
(A politician asks for guidance)
(Great wisdom for a US Military man)
- ‘Reinventing Organizations’ by Frederic Laloux
- ‘Successful but Something Missing’ by Ben Renshaw
- ‘Way of the Peaceful Warrior’ by Dan Millman
- ‘Your Body Speaks Your Mind’ by Deb Shapiro
- ‘Dying to Be Me’ by Anita Moorjani
- ‘Conversations with God’ by Neale Donald Walsch