September 28, 2021

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Developing non-technical skills and overcoming a lack of confidence

In this episode of the Safety & Health Podcast, we are joined by Anna Keen, Founding Director at Acre Frameworks, who provides guidance on learning the relevant skills to progress your career and delves into confidence, including how to present yourself and tips for leaders when dealing with Imposter Syndrome. 

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The interview with Anna, forms part of a series for Women in Health & Safety, carried out by Charlotte Geoghegan, Event and content Manager for Safety & Health Expo, Workplace Wellbeing Show and SHP.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to listen to this interview in full…

SHP sits on the Women in Health and Safety committee and our goal is with this series is to amplify the voices of women in the profession. Some of the topics covered affect women more than men. Some are deeply personal.

We hope that by bringing some of these topics to the fore, we can highlight that people should be able to talk about all sorts of issues that affect us, day-to-day, in a work setting.

To read the full interview with Anna, click here.

Read more from the ‘SHP Meets: Women in Health & Safety’ series…

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Subscribe and tune in the Safety & Health Podcast to discover the latest issues facing the health and safety profession, and stay on-top of the developments affecting your role, from working at height, lone working and common workplace hazards, to safety culture, behaviours, occupational health and mental health and wellbeing.

Last time out, we were joined by Tanya Jenke, General Manager of Cority Australia, who discussed her study, which analysed over half a million occupational injuries in Western Australia between 2003-2019, to find whether economic growth following a period of recession has an impact on workplace injuries.

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mark bill
mark bill
2 years ago

Having confidence in the workplace can be crucial to your success. Confidence can make you more motivated and ambitious, less anxious and stressed and more likely to drive performance, career growth and work relationships.