Inkling Women helps organisations to rapidly lift the percentage of women at leadership level. Inkling Women run women's leadership programs in organisations and workshops for individual women – helping women to step up, speak up and lead. 50% of women who work with Inkling Women receive a promotion within 6 months.
Inkling Women produce free training videos for current and emerging female leaders fortnightly.
Some of Inkling Women's clients put these women's leadership training videos on their intranet; others forward relevant episodes via email. Either way, Inkling TV has a large and entirely free public library of women's leadership training resources available for or and the women in your organisation.
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Do you ever tell yourself stories that hold you back? When you are grumpy or stuck in a funk, ask yourself: What story am I telling myself here? And what story COULD I tell myself instead?
Empathy is an integral part of becoming a great leader. In this episode of InklingTV, I share with you how empathy benefits the bottom line, and my tips for how to build empathy in the workplace.
Do you struggle with self-confidence and want to back yourself more at work? Are you ready to give more, grow more and ready to step up? And you want to be clear about where your career is heading, and want to map out the next steps actions and milestones?
Inkling talks about current trends in the gender diversity space and features some of our clients and participants talking about how to rapidly lift the representation of women in leadership and create a culture where everyone flourishes, regardless of gender.
In this episode of InklingTV, Gemma Munro will help you to avoid the common pitfalls of a mentoring relationship by sharing her top tips to choose the right mentor, and how maximise the relationship to make it incredibly worthwhile for you and your mentor.
In this episode of InklingTV I’ll share the Kerry Effect, a practical technique you can implement yourself, and introduce to your team, to help delegate like a pro!
Have you ever felt ‘icky’ when having to give someone feedback? Avoided it all together? Or have you tried but completely stuffed it up? Are you too soft? Too brash?
In this episode of Inkling TV I share some research on the two behaviour patterns that emerge when we are stressed. Tune in to identify which pattern you adopt and how to get yourself out of a negative stress reaction.
Tune in to learn some of the tips that I have used over the years to get me through the times I felt nervous, but wanted to have incredible presence. My ‘fake it till you make it’ tips, if you will.
In the next two episodes of Inkling TV I share our top tips to build POWERFUL presence so you can fulfill your potential in situations where you want to have impact.
It's completely natural to feel frustration and anger towards others, but it is never a positive thing to bring your anger to a situation. In this episode of InklingTV, Soph shares her strategies for handling anger and maintaining your integrity.
As someone who runs a business aimed at increasing the representation of women at leadership level, I am very familiar with the most common reactions that people have to the topic of gender diversity. In this episode, I discuss the six reactions, and share my responses to them.
I grew up as a perpetual people pleaser; always wanting others to like me, wanting others to be happy and never wanting others to feel put out. Not surprisingly, I rarely got my own needs met.
If I had to name the one thing that holds leaders back most, I would choose self-sabotage. No matter how outwardly confident we are, we have all fought against the limits we unconsciously place on our own success.
In this episode of Inkling TV I talk about a phenomenon that I see holding us back from living courageous and authentic lives. Yes my friends, I am referring to the well-known but extremely unhelpful ‘what will “Everybody” think’ story.
Do you have a nasty voice in your head that says mean and destructive things to you? Does this voice hold you back; convince you that terrible things are going to happen; tell you that you are not enough, never will be enough and that ultimately you are going to die old and alone?
"Whenever I'm in meetings I just get interrupted and I cannot get back into the conversation. How do I go about doing that?"
In this episode of Inkling TV, Gem interviews Taryn Brumfitt, founder of Body Image Movement. Taryn discusses how Body Image Movement began, and how women and men can learn to love their bodies from the inside out.