Get ready to listen to Vanessa Sanyauke, the CEO of Girls Talk, spill the beans on how she found her passion and turned it into a movement that helps young people figure out their career paths.
Vanessa Sanyauke and Fab are here to drop some knowledge bombs on how to grow a business in 37 countries. They both agree that having systems and processes in place is key to streamlining work and collaborating like a boss, especially when you’re stuck working remotely.
Vanessa’s favourite frameworks
At Girls Talk, they use a “guide to working with me” framework to get newbies up to speed on how to work and communicate with the team, and they swear by Google Drive to keep everything organised.
But hold up, it’s not just about marketing, it’s about building REAL relationships with your audience and telling your story. Vanessa and Fab know that authenticity is where it’s at, and building deep connections with customers and clients is essential for long-term success in the game.
And speaking of connections, empathy and connection are the name of the game when it comes to building meaningful relationships.
Last but not least, they both stress the importance of some good ol’ self-reflection and introspection for personal growth. Take a step back, assess your values, goals, and beliefs, and make some meaningful progress towards being the best version of yourself. Boom, mic drop.
About Vanessa Sanyauke
Vanessa is the founder of Girls Talk Global. Girls Talk Global is an award winning organisation that partners with businesses to build the future workforce. Their mission is to connect them with women in 37 countries through bespoke programmes, events and digital content. Their aim is to democratise access to opportunities and jobs in male dominated sectors. In fact, they are here to empower women to develop the skills and confidence to progress in their careers.