What We Do
This is a must-listen series for ladies who love to soar above the clouds but are still looking for the tools needed to crack the glass ceiling. Empowering women is at the heart of what we do, while recognizing that the heart is an important piece of the core foundation for women to thrive in the workplace – and that this should not be overlooked. We address key business skills required to thrive in aerospace, such as courage & confidence, leadership, resilience, executive presence and owning your power, while recognizing the need to nurture our heart-based needs. Topics such as vulnerability, self-compassion and permission to be authentic are among the many topics our conversations will cover. Through our interviews with Leading Ladies you will learn the stories of endurance and courage, while taking actionable advice from the women determined to make a dent in gender imbalance.
Join Fiona and her guests for frank, courageous and heartfelt conversations designed to take you to new levels of personal and professional success. Grab your wings and get ready to fly!
And by the way, people think my British accent is pretty cool ;-)
Are You a Leading Lady of…?
Leading Ladies of Aerospace come from a wide range of backgrounds, cultures, business functions and ages. What sets a Leading Lady apart is her commitment and determination to challenge the status quo. Despite the inevitable hurdles, a Leading Lady of Aerospace picks herself back up, dusts off her heels and continues the march towards gender balance. A Leading Lady is…
1. An influencer who actively creates a positive impact on others
2. Someone with the courage to challenge the status quo
3. Able to model what it means to have compassion and courage in the workplace
4. Committed to changing the future for all women in male dominated professions
Our Ideas and Additional Information:
Hollywood feel BUT this logo is not about looks, it is about confident, successful women in business teaching other women about what it takes to break through the glass ceiling.
Ideally includes a breaking glass ceiling. Could include aerospace symbols (e.g. plane in flight, NOT flight attendants) as the initial episodes will be with female aerospace executives.