Think Women Podcast - Zarina Ward

To celebrate International Women’s Day and our upcoming Think Women: Inspire Global Women For Growth event in London on 10th March 2023, we are celebrating inspirational female leaders who are making a real difference in a wide range of international roles. We want to recognise the high calibre of women working in international leadership roles, learning more about their professional journey and lifting the lid on their unique leadership styles.

Zarina Ward Podcast
In this episode of the Think Women Podcast, we talk to Zarina Ward, Global Chief People Officer, at Kantar Public. Zarina has led people and talent functions in major professional services firms, as well as having run her own business. This fascinating episode covers:
  • Zarina’s interesting & unusual career path which includes working with a wide range of organisations including Ernest Young, Mind Gym and Oliver Wyman
  • How to deal with redundancy positively
  • The importance of being authentic when you are a female leader.
  • Prioritising a good life / work balance
  • The importance of networking & maintaining positive relationship
  • Feelings of imposter syndrome
  • The transformational power of coaching
Listen to the full podcast here: you’d like to hear more from Zarina, she will be one of our fascinating guest speakers at the upcoming  Think Women: Inspire Global Women For Growth event in London on 10th March 2023 at the Institute of Directors (IoD).  A day of networking, workshopping, lunch & inspirational keynote speakers, it will be a great opportunity to meet inspiring women who are making a difference in a wide range of sectors .Book your tickets here

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