Amanda Coleman is a former Director of Communications at Greater Manchester Police and has newly launched her own consultancy - Amanda Coleman Communications. She's also just published her first book - Crisis Communication Strategies. So it was the perfect time to talk to Amanda. She spoke about why she started her own business, on writing the book and getting it published and fabulous tips and wisdom about how to get into and surviving in PR. Amanda is amazingly honest and open about her career, and I dare you not to feel inspired.
In this episode, Rachel Morgan-Trimmer is a Neurodiversity consultant and public speaker, Her company Sparkle Class works with individuals and organisations to provide neurodiversity consultancy, leadership development and career coaching. I talk to Rachel about her own diagnosis with Autism and ADHD and how she has coped with a career and setting up her own businesses. Rachel is full of advice and support about how to traverse the "neurotypical" landscape with these conditions. Rachel is honest about her own journey and how to accept any limitations a condition may give you, and to move onward to fulfil your potential.
You can find Rachel's social media platforms here: Twitter, Linked In and Facebook
Viv Parry of Be Amazing, is an entrepreneur, high-growth consultant and leadership coach and is the guest for Episode 4. Viv talks to me about her career to date, how she got there and how she conquered some of the most difficult times in her life and career. Viv talks authentically and openly about how she overcome these difficult times and what was the catalyst for change. A very heart-warming listen.
You can find Viv on LinkedIn Twitter and Instagram
In this episode, Naomi Timperley talks about her recent change of career path, how she got to where she is today, and what she'd like to see in the working sphere for women - of all ages. An honest and truly inspiring talk from one of the tech industry's female leaders. Well worth the 20 mins or so to listen in :)
Welcome to episode 2 of 45NotOut. In it, we interview Tessa Medina-Rios about her amazing, globe-trotting performing career and starting a new enterprise after age 45. Tessa's enterprise - Future Performers - was formed to help potential performers achieve their place in a dance school of their choice. In the episode, Tessa talks about how she ended up living and working in Venezuela and running a circus business when back in the UK, that was mentioned on CBBC! Future Performers Instagram and website
Launch episode of 45 NotOut - the podcast for sassy career women aged 45 and above who are still serious about their career and want the world to know that ;). Looking at what the series of episodes will contain and what the podcast wants to achieve :). Connect with us: Instagram: @45not_out. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org