Episode 68 Mastermind

Stephanie Boyce

“In times of adversity, my advice is to ‘PUSH’ persevere until something happens!”

Today’s Mastermind comes from a true trailblazer for diversity and reaching to the top. Stephanie Boyce the sixth female, the first Black office holder, the first person of colour and the second in-house solicitor in almost 50 years to become president of the Law Society of England and Wales. She is clearly a change agent for more inclusive cultures, so I wanted to get some of her practical advice that we can all apply in the workplace.

This was a fascinating discussion about how ordinary people can make such huge differences. Tune in to this episode as Stephanie talks candidly about how it took her four times to break the glass ceiling, her approach to facing adversity, the power of positive affirmations, and how to ‘push’ for your dreams.

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Listen to: Kieran Read
Episode 69

Kieran Read

Kieran Read is a former captain of the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team. He is one of the most capped players of all time, playing number 8 between 2008 and 2019. He was voted IRB player of the year in 2013 and led the All Blacks to a world...


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