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118 Bron Williams | Reconnecting women with their power!

Today in The Good Girl Confessional, host Sandy Lowres is chatting to a former good girl, Bron Williams. Are you uncertain about your future? Do you have unfulfilled dreams? Then meet Bron Williams!

At 67, Bron has a lot of hard-won wisdom. She is a powerful woman dedicated to helping other women reconnect with their own power. Despite her achievements – including an honours degree, serving as a school principal, being an ordained minister, and having experience working with asylum seekers, Bron once struggled to tap into her full potential because of the expectations of family and society.

Through her own journey, which has placed her as a bias expert and keynote speaker, she has come to understand the importance of knowing one’s values and needs and being clear about them. By guiding women to understand their own drivers, needs and values Bron helps women reconnect with their own power so they can confidently negotiate their salaries and pursue leadership positions, unapologetically celebrating their achievements along the way.

You won’t want to miss Bron’s wisdom!

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Bron Williams

As a woman in leadership, Bron Williams has: led a school run a Salvation Army church and welfare centre worked with asylum seekers on Nauru Over the past 16 years, she has: shattered family and cultural expectations around what a woman should do, challenged societal norms around what ageing looks like, and reformed and reshaped her career not once but twice. She has discovered that it takes courage to: let go of long-held beliefs that hold us back. lead from behind when leadership is not recognised. set up and run businesses in new ways.

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