S02E12 In the shoes of a Coach with Sarah Needham on Mentoring, Coaching, Burnout and Growing as a Team


Sarah is an accomplished Leadership coach and runs the Unique-U program for female leaders in Tech. Before this, she had an esteemed career at Rolls-Royce for many years. In the podcast, we talk about mentoring, especially the process of finding mentors and sustaining a good mentoring relationship. We further explore Sarah’s personal journey from Rolls-Royce to her coaching profession, and touch upon critical topics like Burnout and Asking for help. I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation, and I hope you find gems from this to apply to your lives.

You can reach Sarah on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahneedham/

The full episode is also available on the podcast page – http://www.inurshoes.com/

This is the Season 2 of the In Your Shoes podcast. The podcast aims to get into the shoes of a person like you and me, and learn about their career stories and experiences. Through this conversation, we will uncover insights and pearls of wisdom which will hopefully inspire you and expand your thinking. We are doing something different this season. Apart from the full length show, we will also expand on topics of interest that emerge during the conversation. These will be distributed as special episodes which are short, targeted and provide you with the context when you are short on time.

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