Tea with the Queen
Emma McQueen has been supporting women from all backgrounds to achieve their full potential for more than 20 years. She’s passionately committed to ensuring women have what they need to feel fulfilled and excited by their working lives. We all have it in us to achieve our full potential- sometimes we just need a bit of understanding, some practical and logical actions and a gentle nudge to get that momentum which leads to progress and progress which leads to fulfilment.
Emma McQueen chats with a range of women in leadership and in business to explore the practicalities of how they feel energised by their work and their personal definitions of success.
Join Emma for a tea as she and her guests chat success, failure and optimism, sharing the actionable, results-focused tips and strategies that got them to where they are today.
Episode 6:The heady heights of leadership in digital media – Nadia Hudson
In this episode: Not many of us can live without our smart phones. For those in business, digital technology has been crucial for success. This episode Emma McQueen chats with digital media expert Nadia Hudson about social media trends and how businesses – large and small – can measure success with their media campaigns. Today, Nadia is Director of Platinum Care & Content at Optus – she shares her insights on leadership and career success.
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Episode 5: Success from hard work and competence – Jaqui Clark
In this episode: Jaqui Clark had her sights set on being a navy submariner, but started her career applying for the WA police force. After five years in the detective unit in Perth, Jaqui moved into the corporate world. Today she’s a senior business development manager at a major multinational insurance company in Melbourne. She’s also just completed a Psychology degree at Swinburne University. She talks to Emma McQueen about what’s led to her success, and what keeps her grounded.
Episode 4: Mindful living and business growth – Caroline Burrows
In this episode: Clinical social worker and psychotherapist, Caroline Burrows has had to learn pretty quickly how to run a business and all those things that come with it, like cashflow, time management and leading a team of other professionals. Caroline is Director of Mindful Living, a counselling and psychology practice in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. It’s remarkable how level-headed she continues to be while running her own business and at the same time being committed to her own patients. Caroline is also an accredited EMDR trainer and consultant. If you haven’t heard of EMDR before, it’ll blow your socks off. She shares with Emma McQueen what motivates her and how she handles her own stress.
Check out Mindful Living – https://www.mindfulliving.com.au/
Episode 3: Writing for success – Holly Cardamone
In this episode: Do you know how to communicate well? Often neglected, written communication is crucial for credibility and success in business. Holly Cardamone is a communication expert who helps business owners and leaders write effective and impactful copy. She has her own business, Blue51, a job she absolutely loves and the flexibility that comes with it. She chats with Emma about the fulfillment she gets from helping her clients, and the lessons she learnt from running a business for decades.
Check out Holly Cardamone’s Blue 51: https://www.blue51.com.au/
Episode 2: The leader within – Sonia Bilejic
In this episode: Sonia Bilejic has had an incredible career in leadership positions at some of the most iconic brands, including head of marketing at Walt Disney Studios and head of marketing at Cricket Australia. Today, she’s Director of Marketing and Engagement at the Brotherhood of Saint Laurence. She’s also a lecturer at Swinburne University. In this episode, Emma McQueen chats with Sonia about what it means to be a leader and whether anyone can be one.
Episode 1: Doing good work for the greater good – Bel Temby
In this episode: What’s it like to run a business with your partner? How do you switch off when you get home? Can it strain the relationship? Bel Temby admits it can be challenging, but she and her husband, Mike, have discovered they each have certain skills which complement the work they do. Bel discusses with Emma the motivation behind Digital Services Lab, a digital agency servicing charities and the non-profit sector that she founded with Mike three years ago. Check out Digital Services Lab – https://digitalserviceslab.com.au/
Introduction: Tea with the Queen