Recording #bwsWEBINAR | Is it safe to be me?
About the topic
How safe are you to be the TRUE version of yourself? Self-esteem, self-efficacy, self-advocacy and self-awareness all underpin the idea of safety and belonging. Yet, many women feel ‘selfish’ to fill their own cup, because culture has ingrained in us a responsibility to put others’ needs first. We focus on building and strengthening relationships around us before laying a healthy foundation with ourselves. As we navigate our personal and professional ambitions, can we continue to strengthen our interpersonal relationships whilst nurturing a positive intra-personal relationship with ourselves?
Compassion for others, without compassion for yourself is incomplete. When we consciously turn the focus of our care inwards, we become more confident; more creative; build stronger relationships; communicate more effectively and develop into better leaders and decision-makers, empowering everyone to show up to the table authentically.
About Gulnar Vaswani
A leadership development consultant, board advisor, and executive coach to CEO’s, Gulnar is reimagining leadership for the 21st. Century. She supports her clients to gain a deeper self-awareness, to actively embrace change, and to recognize and harness differences. Her aim is to take people beyond what they know, feel and do to a place that is fundamentally better – for them, for business and for society. Gulnar is passionate about advancing women through their career trajectories and integrating the next generation of leaders into the workplace. Her work is shaped by a powerful blend of natural curiosity, strong business acumen, in-depth research and extensive experience. A mother of two grown children, Gulnar turns to travel, music, yoga and nature for inspiration and sustenance. She currently lives between Hong Kong and London with her husband.
This cycle of videoconferences is organized by the B Women Solutions (BWS) movement. A global network of Changemakers Co-creating a platform for the Caring Economy focusing on Gender and Climate Action.
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