Speaking

My mother used to tell this story about me: “Louise (only Mum calls me that) started speaking when she was one – she hasn’t shut up since”. Thanks Mum – love you.

She’s not wrong though. Here are some examples of where you can hear me have way too much fun talking to some brilliant people about things that I love exploring with others.


Standing Together: Conflict and Allyship with Gemma Louise Coaching

Gemma is doing a wonderful series on YouTube, which I’m so honoured to be a part of. Gemma does incredible work with trauma, resilience and recovery – and she’s a true inspiration of mine. Watch, like and subscribe on YouTube if you’re enjoying the conversation and want to find out more about Gemma’s excellent and meaningful work.

Exploring Intersectionality in Coaching: A Roundtable Discussion with Animas Centre for Coaching

This one is for the coaches! I love the work that both Robert Stephenson from Animas Centre for Coaching and Myira Khan from Myira Khan Counselling and Coaching are doing to talk about intersectionality and inclusion within helping professions. My imposter syndrome sneaks through in this discussion but I couldn’t have been with better company. Give them a follow!


ASK Campaign

Awareness. Support. Keep Going.

These are the key elements of the ASK Campaign to encourage conversation around mental health, with the aim of de-stigmatising the lived experiences of those struggling with poor mental health.

I’m honoured to have been part of their webinar series – where I’ spoke about those unhelpful internal voices. You can catch the recording on YouTube (or below)


Career Curious

Career Curious is a beautiful community of women and femmes that supports and elevates one another is their career journeys. They run events and share some excellent guides on Instagram.

It was such a privilege to join them on their September 2020 meet-up. Be sure to sign up to their newsletter or give them a follow on Instagram

What Kind…? Pod and VodCast

Throughout the summer of 2020, I have had the absolute pleasure of working with Niamh Gallagher from Quickfire Digital and Marie Oakes from The Trend Academy to practice those awkward work-life questions we have in our heads, out loud. With so many changes happening so quickly, we had so much we wanted to cover. You can catch the recordings are on Quickfire Digital’s YouTube Channel.


Addicted to Business Podcast

Despite quite a deep topic, I had so much fun being interviewed by Nathan Lomax from Quickfire Digital and Stokely Howard from Trendy Grandad! Here we talk about how acknowledging multiple selves can help make us move forward more authentically. They host a wonderful podcast – I’m biased of course – but you should check them out! Can also be found where all good podcasts are found.


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