This episode my team and I are taking you behind the scenes to talk about what we’re doing right now to navigate these evolving times.
We talk about how each of us is feeling right now, how we navigated changes to our marketing last week, agile teams, the financial conversations we are having now and each of them shares the one piece of advice they want you to hear now.
So join Lane, Stacey, Jo, Josh, and I to talk more about how we’re leading now.
If you enjoy the conversations we have on this show, then join us inside The BRAVE Society. BRAVE brings women from a range of industries and fields into one room for pure learning, impactful hosted training, support, and an incredible community. We do things differently in The BRAVE Society.
The conversations in the group are powerful, transformative, and incredibly valuable for business growth as well as your own leadership development. And those trainings I mentioned, some are led by me and others are peer led. The peer led trainings are paid trainings by us. It’s our way of reinvesting into the community. None of this free guest expert stuff. We support women paying women.
Inside of The BRAVE Society you will have three live calls per month. One is training and discussion focused and the other two are CEO debriefs with me in which we share our wins and insights so we can all learn from each woman in the room. Research shows that support groups are critical for the success of female leaders. The unique challenges we face as women require us to be able to hold an emotional and strategic container that allows us to foster the resiliency needed to lead in your business and your life.
When you are surrounded by a diverse group of peers, your network intelligence grows exponentially. Now, the main objection I hear from women like you is, am I good enough to take a seat at the table with these women? And let me tell you what I’ve learned over the last two years running The BRAVE Society. You are good enough.
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