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Bravery and Empowering Women in Leadership, with Nicole Bianchi

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Release Date: 09/01/2021

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Nicole M. Bianchi is a founding partner at Bravium HD, where she is an accomplished speaker, author, and coach. She designs and facilitates transformational workshops in leadership, team alignment, and culture-building. Before Bravium, she was human resources and organizational development executive, leading transformation within Conagra Brands and Markel Insurance.

Her passion? Inspiring Bravery. Her focus? Enabling leaders to stretch into their bravest selves.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • What key lessons and magic moments Nicole experienced over her career, and why creating transformation has been a key part of her journey
  • Why Nicole attributes her success to surrounding herself with people who believed in her, and why mentorship is vital in dealing with Imposter Syndrome
  • How mentors and sponsors differ, and why mentors and sponsors are crucial for helping empower women in business leadership positions
  • Why the global pandemic was the right time for Nicole to write "Small Brave Moves", and why the book's message is especially applicable through the challenges we're facing
  • Why bravery isn't just about big, dramatic moments but also about the "small brave moves" we make every day, and what benefits being brave offers to business leaders
  • Nicole shares a story of having a piece of lettuce stuck in her braces through an important lunch meeting and how it led to a powerful conversation and a strong leadership relationship
  • What steps you can take to build a habit for making small brave moves and creating a personal mindset that allows you to meet each moment as it comes

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