Welcome back to How To Take The Lead, our podcast exploring all things leadership. We are back for our second series and ready to share our latest thoughts on the state of leadership right now. No corporate BS here, just us, debunking myths, sharing our experiences and giving you practical tips. We might even get on our soapbox every now and then.
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Oh my God, we've created a new thing.Carrie-Ann:
What can a padcast be?Lee:
Welcome to series two of How to Take the Lead, the podcast thatLee:
explores all things leadership without the corporate BS or management speak.Lee:
I'm Lee Griffith a former corporate communications and engagement director,Lee:
now turned leadership strategist and coach who helps new, established andLee:
aspiring CEOs to maximize their impact.Carrie-Ann:
And I'm Carrie Ann Wade, a communications and engagementCarrie-Ann:
director and founder of Cat's Pajamas.Carrie-Ann:
I mentor communications professionals to support them toCarrie-Ann:
grow and thrive in their careers.Carrie-Ann:
We've known each other for almost a decade.Carrie-Ann:
We were colleagues in different organizations who'd often meetCarrie-Ann:
up after work to put the world to rights over a gin or two..Lee:
When we set up our own businesses, we wanted to continue theLee:
conversations we'd been having about leadership, and we wanted to get moreLee:
people involved to really start to challenge the way things are done.Carrie-Ann:
So we started going live on Instagram and LinkedIn to do just that.Carrie-Ann:
And after five successful series over there, we're hereCarrie-Ann:
on a podcast who've thought it.Lee:
Every week we tackle a different part of leadership, questioningLee:
everything we've ever learned.Lee:
We'll be debunking those myths and challenging those stereotypes thatLee:
continues to hold back change, and we'll be bearing all withLee:
our own stories and experiences.Carrie-Ann:
Expect us to get on our soap boxes, share what we are lovingCarrie-Ann:
and hating in the leadership world, and giving you practical tips and advice thatCarrie-Ann:
you can take forward in your own way.Lee:
New episodes are released every Thursday and will be availableLee:
on your favorite podcast app or however you like to listen.Lee:
Make sure you hit subscribe to receive new and bonus episodesLee:
whenever they're released.Carrie-Ann:
Visit how to take the lead.com to find our show notes, subscribe to ourCarrie-Ann:
email list for extra goodies, as well as to catch up on previous episodes.Lee:
And we now on social media, so get involved in the conversationsLee:
by following us on Instagram or Twitter at how to take the lead.Carrie-Ann:
So until our next episode, get out there and take the lead.