Finding your voice.

Speaker: Felicity Duffy, Head of Women's Markets-Westpac

Duration: 47.23 minutes

Lucy Cornell recently wrote “Our voice is at the seat of our power.  It is not just the expression of our intelligence and emotional self but of our human spirit.” and “When we lose our voice, we lose our power and our ability to speak for our rights.”

A common grievance for many women, particularly in the workplace, is that they go unheard or ignored. This can be for any number of reasons, most of which can be overcome.  Join Westpac’s Head of Women’s Markets, Felicity Duffy, and voice expert Lucy Cornell, CEO and founder of The Voice Advisory for an inspiring conversation about rediscovering your voice and techniques to help you be heard.

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If you want to hear from other inspiring women check out The Listening Ground podcast from Ruby.

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