How to bring health, happiness and fulfilment along the road to professional success? Holistic Health Coach Heidi Hauer addresses the big and small questions of balanced living for the career focussed mind.
With female entrepreneurs, coaches and professional powerhouses, Heidi talks about how to be well while successful and how to have a positive impact on the world.
We discuss topics ranging from courage to consciousness, from mindfulness to mindset shifts, from intuitive eating to impactful leadership. You are welcomed into a space where personal fulfilment meets professional success.
Daniela Philipp is a facilitator and business coach who specialises in communication. She is also a meaning-centred counsellor; an approach developed from the incredible work of psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl. As a speaker, Daniela passionately talks about meaning, decision-making competence, team development and improving our potential.
In this episode, Daniela shares how she cultivates her own health and serenity without feeling the need to follow fashionable trends and tips. We talk about the meaning of life, the positive shifts in conversations around gender equality at work and fresh perspectives that we can all consider to nurture our own state of balance.
In this short episode, I share 5 core principles that create a strong foundation of a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. I go past the important but limited binary of food and exercise, and share key perception shifts that can help you to support your wellness journey in a more diverse way. This is in addition to imparting some gentle, but eye-opening questions for self reflection that will help you get started.
I’m excited to share part two of my interview with Vanessa. In this segment of our conversation we discuss the importance of creating space for traditionally feminised skills as we form and work towards new environments, particularly in public life and politics. Vanessa is co-founder and director of The Activate Collective, which champions new voices in UK politics through funding and training underrepresented female activists.
We discuss the vision behind the movement, the incredible leadership potential that is born through lived experience, and the importance of waking up to how gender has, and continues to affect the potential of our career; something that is impacted by culture and in policy making.
Prepare for an engaging conversation that will provoke you into considering what it means to be fuelled by your values, to centre diversity and to champion the innate knowledge and skills that exist outside of university, boardrooms or current parliament.
In part one of my interview with Vanessa Pine, we talk about the elusive topic of happiness, particularly as it relates to building a successful career and business. Vanessa is co-founder of Atlas Partners, an award winning public affairs consultancy in London. We discuss why happiness is at the heart of their business model, what it means to be happy at work and the different types of happiness that sustain and fulfil us. Vanessa explains why effective leadership isn’t just about management, but supporting, appreciating and challenging your team. We talk about how this applies to working with millennials, alongside the connection between purpose, motivation, productivity and happiness.
In this episode, Susanna Wieseneder talks about why courage is an essential component of effective leadership, what managers can learn from circus artists and why mindfulness in the business context is often misunderstood.
Susanna is an executive counsellor, specialised in leadership, career development and supervisory matters. Top executives from the world of business, culture, politics, science, media and administration benefit from her extensive knowledge and experience in personal positioning, impactful leadership, reputation management and self-guidance.
We’ll be exploring highlights from her latest book The Leadership Alphabet and Susanna’s own personal tips on how to stay balanced, centred and healthy alongside work.
In this solo episode, I’ll be taking you on a journey through the most significant life lessons that transformed me from a workaholic into a holistic wellness advocate. Through the lens of my own story, I’ll be talking about the truths we often avoid or deny when our mind is set to ‘work-only mode’.
I touch upon the difference between flow and obsession, the temptations and dangers of the career bubble, our motivational drivers and the gateways we can pass through to experience life through joy, fulfilment and purpose.
If you’re a bit of a workaholic, but are feeling the call to tap into another way of being and creating, this episode is for you. Also listen in for an introduction to my work as a coach and the vision for this podcast.