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Confident Conversations

Confident Conversations is a weekly podcast show for ambitious women about confidently balancing work and life without burning out.

Hosted by Sherry Bevan, Author, Coach & Speaker, Sherry is a former Global Head of IT Service for a City law firm and over two decades of leadership experience. She now helps ambitious women get clear what they really want then find the confidence to do it.

Sherry runs The Confident Mother, an independent coaching practice, specialising in working with women in technology and women in professional services, on a one-to-one basis or in a group, individually or through your in-house career and leadership development programmes. She is also the founder and host of City Conversations

Sep 28, 2017


Anna Meller is the Work ReBalance Mentor and works with ambitious professional women who want to balance their corporate career with their family life. Through her Balanced Leader group programmes and bespoke coaching/mentoring, Anna empowers women to make choices that work for them and their employers.

Over the...

Sep 20, 2017

Louise Ladbrooke, is a keynote speaker, facilitator and coach, who specialises in personal resilience. Her career has taken her from marketing milk to setting up and running her own nursery when she struggled to get childcare that worked.

Louiseā€™s business was a phenomenal success - winning prizes, accolades and...

Sep 14, 2017

Discover what it means to be "in flow" and how that benefits you, your team and ultimately your career

Personal leadership coach, Sue Revell is my co-host On The Tipping Point. In this week's episode we explored "being in flow". This is a specialist area for Sue and she runs a Find Your Flow Challenge. During the...

Sep 7, 2017

Being trustee for a charity pays dividends for your career because it demonstrates integrity, responsibility and self-motivation. Karen Hall is going one step further and is in the running for NCT President. 

In this interview, Karen explains why she thinks it is really important for there to be a second candidate in...