Leaders are known by the influence they leave on the communities they serve and the staff they lead. When faced with adversity, the skills as a leader will be challenged beyond what can be imagined. In the last few months, leaders have been pushed to the limits as the COVID-19 virus became the forefront of all human life.Continue reading →
In today’s society where over a third of Australian girls are dissatisfied with their bodies at the age of four, it’s important that we start building resilience and investing in empowering our girls to be body confident, which is why we feel it’s important to discuss how body confidence in young girls starts at home.Continue reading →
Social media consumption is up, meaning more people are online and more content is being created! It’s the perfect time to be using your imagination and creative side to share your story, business or to touch base with your community. However, finding content marketing inspiration can become a struggle after a few posts, so here’s a little inspo from content strategy expert, Carrie Watkins.Continue reading →
At Leaders in Heels, we’ve operated our team remotely since our inception almost a decade ago. Our staff, partnerships and suppliers work in different cities, countries and timezones. Needless to say, we’ve found our groove and how to best operate for productivity AND, more importantly, in a way that fosters provocative work too!Continue reading →
I am shocked how many new hosts start knocking on the door of huge celebrities in their field asking for an interview for their show that hasn’t even reached ten episodes yet. There is something to be said for bravery and persistence but let’s think about this a little more strategically.Continue reading →
The statistics say it all – the majority of people are afraid of public speaking. It’s one of the top fears many of us have, including the fear of dying, and of spiders!
I know from my own personal experience just how debilitating and frightening this fear can be, and how it can dominate your life. I remember the anxiety I felt in the time before I had a work presentation, and then berating myself for the quality of my performance for weeks afterwards.Continue reading →