December 7, 2020
April Burrows and Mary Davis are two leaders cut from a very similar cloth. They dive headlong into the idea of embracing a feminine approach in their leadership, and the challenges they have faced, internally and externally, as they have learned to lean into that way of leading. Brain science, social norms, and an invitation to let love into business are all part of this can't-miss discussion.
Mary C. Davis is a Certified Business and Inner Mastery Coach, Trainer and Facilitator who helps wellness professionals, not-for-profit leaders and small business owners to more easily and effectively lead their businesses/ organizations, solve problems, achieve their goals and fulfill their visions.
She has also worked with hundreds of leaders, visionaries and wellness entrepreneurs to support them in developing successful mission-driven businesses and organizations that have influence and impact.
If you would like to explore working with Mary, head over to her website: www.anamturas.com
November 20, 2020
"Hold on, what are we doing as life on this planet? It's amazing here, why is everyone struggling to survive still?" is but one of the important questions posed during this interview. Back for another episode, Amita Kuttner joins April for a delightfully hopeful look at the opportunity we all have to "wake up" to the realities of our world, and to choose a better more loving, and equitable way of being together as we move forward.
The Moonlight Institute is launching in 2021! Keep up with their progress on Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn.
October 30, 2020
Karen and April dive deep in today's episode! Not being women who shy away from the real stuff, they discuss being leaders, women in politics, mansplaining, and the moment at which Karen believed she would be absolutely fulfilled if her career had ended right then.
Karen brings a great deal of wisdom to the conversation, bestowed upon her by many years of experience in leading community education, and holding many varying community leadership roles.
Karen is President & Urban Connector of Karen Farbridge & Associates where she works with business, governments and organizations to build healthy and prosperous communities. She is also in the midst of a writing project, and we look forward to sharing the release of her book with you when the time comes!
If you'd like to hear more from Karen, tune into Promethea Rising or connect with her on LinkedIn
October 9, 2020
Having dedicated over three (3) decades to paddling sports, Andrea Dillon has plentiful wisdom to share on the idea of teamwork and leadership - some learned on the water and some learned while experiencing the wonders of mindset mastery on land. Join her and your host, April Burrows, for an engaging discussion on just what it takes to create a strong team and lead them towards the successful completion of a common goal.
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September 25, 2020
From Oprah to The Hunger Project to the dynamic between older and younger sisters, April and Ony find connection and leadership insight from one another from the time the recording starts to when it stops. Listen in to learn about them and also, undoubtedly, about yourself.
The story of Susheela that is shared in the episode can be found here
If you want to hear more from Ony, tune in to Twenty5
August 28, 2020
This week's episode features an incredible individual whose intentionality around incorporating love and vision in their leadership has the potential to effect sweeping change - As a candidate for the Leader of the Green Party of Canada, there are incredible possibilities for how far this work can reach.
Amita Kuttner holds a Ph.D. in astronomy and astrophysics, recently co-founded the Moonlight Institute, is a trained opera singer, and enjoys life off-grid near Canada's west coast. Listen in as the conversation with your host, April Burrows, dives deeper and deeper into what love-driven leadership can really look like in action - for individuals, communities, and the world at large.
June 30, 2020
Join April Burrows for a conversation with Christy Munro, Academy Director at La Luma Academy. The two discuss working across generations, changing the culture of the salon industry and using post-secondary education as an opportunity to arm students with the ability to lead themselves and respond well in any situation life throws their way.
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June 30, 2020
Drew joins April to discuss how he found himself in positions of leadership (it wasn't always on purpose) and made the absolute best of it once he was there! Well recognized in the community of Guelph Ontario, Drew is using his influence as a leader to encourage other young people to say yes to opportunities and after listening to this episode you will understand how lucky those he engages with are to benefit from having him as a mentor and guide.
June 30, 2020
This episode is a family affair! April is joined by her son, Shayne Burrows, a young leader who has come to understand that there are many nuances to leadership, that you can take a leadership stance from anywhere, and that there are many talents and skills that help adapt a healthy leadership approach hiding in places where you might not expect them! Listen in for a unique perspective on how to lead from any level.
June 30, 2020
In this episode, Sandra Dawe joins April for a conversation about leadership lessons learned through her years of work in the Co-Operative business world. This episode looks at the importance of finding a balance between leading and following, the digitization of work, and how to navigate change well - topics that will never lose steam!
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