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Listen to New Zealand's trailblazing women sharing the twists and turns of their career journeys with Leadership Coach Anna Johnstone. An inspiring collection of open, honest career conversations with a diverse range of kiwi women. From journalists to lawyers, jewellers to farmers, board directors to entrepreneurs - and everything in between! - their career highlights, challenges, and advice will inspire you in your own career. https://www.thefemalecareer.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/compan ...
 
A podcast dedicated to every teacher who has ever thought about stepping away from the classroom. Hosted by a former classroom teacher of twenty years, guests bring hope and inspiration to listeners by sharing their personal success stories of transitioning to a new career.
 
Welcome to Tech Careers in the NEW, presented by Accenture. In conversation with Shiladitya Mukhopadhyaya, Accenture leaders get talking about the latest and greatest in the world of technology and give exclusive tips on technology careers – how to grab opportunities and stay relevant. Watch out for fortnightly episodes on Wednesdays, starting July 3rd. Listen to the episode to know more.
 
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Janine is the co-founder and CEO of Easy Crypto, New Zealand's leading cryptocurrency trading platform. Easy Crypto now has over 150,000 customers across New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Brazil, and has recorded over $1.1 billion in sales through the platform over the past three years. Janine has been involved in cryptocurrency since 2015, …
 
Julia Arnott-Neenee (Sāmoan, Chinese & British) has been told she is “too much”. Too loud, too bright, too young, too brown, too white. Far from letting these comments hold her back, Julia has chosen to grow into her “too much” as she has built her wide-ranging career across strategy, marketing and technology. Julia talks about: Putting her flame u…
 
Anya Satyanand has spent the last two decades on a haphazard journey that's been all about equipping, emboldening and inspiring young people, entrepreneurs and leaders to actively create a more hopeful world. She is a recovering teacher, an erstwhile youth worker, and an independent director of an ethical investment company. In her work for Leaders…
 
As is sometimes the way with virtual recordings, the audio quality varies in this interview. Please don't let that put you off listening though - Renee has such an interesting story! How do you decide whether to make the leap into a new career? Can you incorporate multiple passions into your working life? How does historical sexism impact on the ex…
 
Tracey Ryan is Managing Director New Zealand for engineering, design and advisory company Aurecon. She is responsible for the leadership and performance of 850 people across five locations. In this podcast we talk about: The importance of bringing compassion, empathy and integrity into your career Finding the courage to get uncomfortable Why workpl…
 
How do you know you are being paid a fair rate? Can you be both grateful and assertive? Practical tips to get the gender pay gap on the agenda at your organisation In this special episode of the podcast we talk all things gender pay gap. Our guests are Dellwyn Stuart and Irihapeti Edwards, campaigners and advocates for pay transparency and equality…
 
For International Women’s Day we are bringing you a special episode on the theme of #BreakTheBias. Many of our previous podcast guests have faced some form of bias in their working lives. In this episode six wāhine talk about their experiences of bias at work and how they have fought to break it. Stacey Morrison (Te Arawa, Ngāi Tahu) is a radio and…
 
Is it unhelpful to talk about “imposter syndrome”? How can you build your confidence and create opportunities to let your talent shine at work? Renee Graham is Te Tumu Whakahaere, Chief Executive of the Social Wellbeing Agency. Before beginning this role in June 2021, she was Secretary for Women and Chief Executive of the Ministry for Women. Growin…
 
“Nobody knows what they’re doing until they’re doing it, so just get started.” Jessie Wong is a Wellington entrepreneur and founder of luxury leather goods brand Yu Mei. She set up Yu Mei after winning an AMP scholarship while completing a Bachelor of Fashion Design at Otago, allowing her to invest in the specialised machinery required to craft lea…
 
“Trust yourself....When you’re in your flow and when you’re in your place of strength and confidence, things will work out.” Bron Thomson is the founder and co-CEO of Springload, one of New Zealand’s leading digital agencies, with a team of over 75 people in Wellington. Her experience in design, technology, and business strategy spans three decades…
 
We are bringing you a special episode with some of the very best career insights from recent episodes of The Female Career podcast. Set yourself up for your next career steps by reflecting on thought-provoking career advice from five inspiring wāhine of Aotearoa: Qiane Matata-Sipu (Te Waiohua, Waikato-Tainui, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Pikiao, Cook Islands) is…
 
“My wonderful parents, and particularly my mother, have always said – do what you love and the money will follow. And I think I’ve always just taken that to heart, in that work is so much of your life so you need to love it and it needs to make you happy.” Dr Olivia Harrison is a neuroscientist whose research focuses on mental health, especially an…
 
“Don’t try and compare yourself too much to others. I think if you’re working on something you’re passionate about and you enjoy your work and you’re getting a lot of learning from it, … then I think that’s a massive achievement.” Amelia Gain is CEO and co-founder of boutique accommodation management software - Preno. Amelia has a background in IT …
 
“I think it’s really important to get a different perspective from people you trust, to try and get a cheerleader or a person to say, ‘No, you can do this. Why not? What have you got to lose?" Vicky Robertson is Chief Executive and Secretary for the Ministry for the Environment, a role she has held since 2015. Prior to that, Vicky was Deputy Chief …
 
“We basically somehow stumbled on to a good idea. And once we realised that, we were so motivated and so energised and we just threw ourselves at it 100%.” We're delighted to bring you the career stories of Sonia Minnaar and Liz Henderson, co-founders of Canopy Camping, a collection of over 80 handpicked glamping experiences throughout Aotearoa New…
 
What I've learned from my career is to have more confidence in myself and actually have less fear. Lyn Lim is a lawyer by background and in 1998 became the first Asian woman partner at a NZ national law firm. She brings over 30 years of legal practice specialising in commercial, corporate and governance issues. In the last 10 years Lyn has taken on…
 
"'I definitely felt more rushed early in my career to advance. Now as I look back on it, I think I would give myself advice not to be in such a hurry. Take the time and get the most out of each role or opportunity that you have before you feel you need to advance" Gaye is Te Tumu Whakarae mō Toitū Te Whenua, Secretary of Land Information and CE of …
 
"I love bringing my Samoan heritage into my designs and work. It's a very important part of my identity and what I want my company, my brand to represent." Lucy Tupu is a classically trained Industrial Designer with over 20 years of experience producing bespoke rugs, carpets, furniture and lighting. She has lived and worked in New Zealand and Austr…
 
"The thing that I would say to women as there is no such thing as a glass ceiling, but there are barriers. So acknowledge those barriers and find ways to push through them." Vic Maclennan is passionate about many things - growing great companies, raising digital literacy, growing New Zealand’s economy, and equality for women. Her day jobs include M…
 
"Only 15% of advertising photography you see was shot by women. Yet pretty much all of that advertising photography is aimed at women. There's some amazingly talented female photographers out there who are shooting beautiful campaigns, and just need to be given a break." Camilla hails from Scotland, and studied at the prestigious Central St Martins…
 
"One of the most memorable moments of my life was walking onto the stage to get my PhD with a four month old and a 19 month old - my two baby girls - in the audience." Juanita Ryan is the Deputy Chief Executive, Health Services with Ara Poutama, the Department of Corrections. She is responsible for the operational delivery of health, mental health,…
 
"Figure out and celebrate what your strengths are. You've been given these magical gifts, so use them and ideally use them for good." Bridget Williams is the founder of Bead and Proceed - a social enterprise working to educate people about the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and inspire action towards them through creativity. Alongside this, Br…
 
"Being in sustainability is always about having a really future-facing lens. Sustainability is doing what we do today in a way that means that future generations can meet their needs" Abbie Reynolds is one of New Zealand’s most respected figures in sustainable business. She is Chair of Westpac's Sustainability External Advisory Panel, a Director of…
 
"My career advice would be: try to not listen to too much advice! I think that as females we are just absolutely inundated with information about how we can live our best lives, and all it really does is drown out your own gut instinct. Instead, really try and listen to yourself, and I think deep down you'll know what's the right thing to do." Huia…
 
Elena Dickinson is a former teacher, current school psychologist, and now blogger with insights on how to leave the classroom for good. Originally from Houston, Elena started her career in education as a bilingual second grade teacher and worked in a Title 1 school for three years. She then worked in multiple school districts in the Houston area as…
 
"If you're working with people and on things that you really enjoy and are interested in, then work is not really work anymore." Tracey is a Civil Engineer by background and a Senior Principal and Market Lead for Land Development with infrastructure consultancy Beca. Over her 25 year career she has led many multi-disciplinary transport, urban devel…
 
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