Susanne speaks to Career Coach Charlotte Crabtree, about how people can feel more confident to speak up in meetings. Charlotte discusses imposter syndrome and introversion as challenges to presenting yourself confidently.
Susanne speaks to speaker, author, mentor and serial entrepreneur Hans de Graaf about how you can prevent burnout by deciding not to do it! Hans describes how he used brainfulness, to prevent his own burnout.
Susanne speaks to Heather Polivka, CEO of HeatherP Solutions about creating a healthy workplace culture. Heather discusses how she uses her expertise in marketing, HR and operations to provide a multi-dimensional solution to workplace culture issues.
Susanne speaks to serial Entrepreneur and Author Kev Ashcroft, on how to handle difficult employees, how that affects his own mental health and team morale and how to sack someone if the situation can't be resolved.
Susanne interviews Author, MIT Lecturer and experienced CTO Mark Herschberg to discuss networking for introverts. In the show, Mark questions the traditional view of networking and gives practical advice on how it's made easier.
What do you do when you're made redundant? It's a challenging time, but there are great opportunities that can result. Susanne talks you through questions to consider if you're re-evaluating your career after redundancy and reflects on the amazing impact that redundancy had on her life.
Working Well is a podcast about positive mental health in the workplace. Here, Susanne summarises the book The Courage to be Disliked and the lessons it teaches about personal responsibility, managing power struggles, seeking recognition, praising others, self-acceptance, having confidence in others, workaholism.
For Children's Mental Health Week, Susanne interviews her 9-year-old daughter Lauren about her experiences of homeschool and discusses what she learned as a result of being in lockdown. Lauren also shares her advice for parents and children on looking after their mental health during this time.