Sally Coulden joins me today to shares her key tips for managing change.
Founder of Red Dog Glass Design, Sally is currently on her 11th career!
We talk about:
- Why you need to surround yourself with people who are better than you
- Why you should ask for what you really want
- How to cope with failure and managing change
- Why good communication is important
Listen in as she talks about how she’s using her art and skills to create extraordinary spaces in the world and the one key thing that she says is important for a leader and any business.
Sally explains that she gets bored quite quickly and runs us through all her career changes, from midwife to scientist to research and development consultancy and then on to transformation and managing change.
She then went to art school and needed to think about what she could do to earn some money and used her business brain to develop Red Dog Glass Design and look at getting into households.
We talk about how empowering it can be for listeners to hear of the many career changes, giving them confidence that careers can change and evolve.
We talk about how Sally feels it’s important to surround yourself with people who are better than you. You can’t be an expert at everything. Have confidence in yourself, that you’re good at what you do and have confidence in others too.
By surrounding yourself with people who are good at what they do, you surround yourself with more quality.
Sally also shares how sometimes these feel like a big jump but it’s great once it’s done.
Do work that you find exciting.
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