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The Grocery Girls podcast is back! This week, we're chatting with Co-op's Janet Hadley who discusses why she decided to go sober and how it has positively impacted her life. You can find out more about Janet here: https://www.janethadley.co.uk/
 
This week, we're chatting to Jules Eustance. With 25 years experience across retail, it's safe to say Jules knows a thing or two about the grocery industry. Now, she's sharing her experience with her new offering - The Corporate Success Co.
 
This week, we're chatting with Annabel Karmel.Annabel's career in food began thanks to a fussy toddler. Now 30 years on, Annabel is one of the most successful children & baby food author’s, she has her very own food range dedicated to providing nutritious meals for babies and toddlers and has built a massive following on Instagram through her recip…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re chatting with the self-proclaimed ‘houmus lady’ – the fabulous Julie Waddell. Julie is the founder of Moorish, an award-winning, unique range of premium humous and dips. Listen to find out all about Julie’s portfolio career which culminated in her setting up her own business.…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re chatting with negotiation expert, Debbie Spurgeon. Coming from a consultancy background, Debbie has delivered negotiation courses and training across the globe. She now works for Ethical Commercial Services as Head of Negotiation Practice.
 
Let's talk about... job sharing. This week, we're joined by Steph and Emma from S&E Consultancy to discover their story, how they came together as a job share, as well as providing practical advice for how you too can make a job share work. Steph and Emma have over 20 years' combined experience, working for retailers such as Asda and Morrisons acro…
 
Welcome to our festive miniseries! We spoke to Helena about the transformative year she’s had, from changing the nature of her business to embracing her ADHD. It’s a longie, but a goodie. Content note: Helena used some fruity language about half way through.
 
After a bit of a break, we're back with a one-off episode to celebrate #GGFest! We spoke to Sam Thomas-Berry about keeping work/life balance front and centre and what she's learnt about herself during the weirdest year on record.Check out all the info on #GGFest and buy tickets here: https://www.grocerygirlsuk.com/blog/introducing-ggfest/…
 
Cat took time out of her very busy schedule to talk to us about pivoting her business strategy to serve customers during lockdown, standing strong on ethical and sustainable decisions, and what it's been like juggling that with giving birth! Book recommendation: The Home Stretch by Sally Howard
 
Emma takes us through her exciting grocery career, talks about pivoting a brand for the better during lockdown, and the traits she sees in successful people. Book recommendations: Lessons in Stoicism by John Sellars, Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane MoriartyRole model: Simon Sinek, his TED Talk can be found here: https://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sine…
 
We've loved Jenny ever since she presented at our event last year. Here, she speaks about individuality, finding control and how much she needs a haircut. Plus, Verity shares some reflections on the event of the past couple of weeks. Book recommendation: Untamed: Stop pleasing, start living by Glennon Doyle…
 
We welcomed Richard as our first ever male guest, and discussed how businesses can set themselves up for success in a crisis and what we can learn from this experience to strengthen our working relationships. Book recommendation: Tame, Messy and Wicked Risk Leadership by David Hancock
 
Gaining confidence and inspiration from our community, Helen started her own business last year. Lockdown has been an opportunity for reflection, learning and celebration.Book recommendation: Drinking from the Fire Hose: Making Smarter Decisions Without Drowning in Information by Christopher J. Frank and Paul F. MagnoneBeInspired conférence details…
 
We spoke to Anna about the findings of her MBA research, living and working in lockdown with four children, and the change she hopes this period will bring. It’s also Mental Health Awareness Week, so we had some thoughts from our host Hester and our weekly contributor Verity.
 
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