Apr 14, 2020
Penny de Valk helps women
leaders overcome challenges within their career, and declare their
ambition with confidence and assuredness. In this episode, Penny
and I talk about her transition from corporate career CEO to
women’s leadership development coach, how to be skillful in
declaring your ambition, and empowering ways to step into
authenticity and move your career forward.
What You Will Hear in This Episode:
grew up as a Kiwi and has been living and working in London for
over 20 years.
- Penny’s experience as both a corporate career
CEO and expert in the leadership development space makes her the
perfect candidate to help women with both.
may have been a badass from even before she could fully talk.
Apparently, her family said her first sentence was, “You are not
the boss of me!”
- Badasses are intentional about how they want to
live, earn money, and make a difference in the world.
intentional is not being fake or manipulative when it is done for
the greater good, for yourself and others around you. In fact, we
need more women leaders to be intentional because it shows the
younger generation what is possible, and makes a real difference in
- Badasses say yes to things and throw their hat
in the ring, even if they aren’t completely qualified.
can fuel our courage with the purpose of our job, and badasses take
the time they need to get to know their “why”.
tend to spend more time in organizations worrying about being liked
than men do. We can learn to care both about likeability and
advocate for ourselves and our careers.
badasses take control of their lives and who they work closely
with, and let in, both personally and professionally.
- “How do we fuel one another’s
owe it to the people who employ you and the people that work for
you to be intentional and deliberate.”
only person you should be comparing yourself with is who you were
Penny de Valk