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The Huge Shifts Disrupting the Balance of Relationships

September 19, 2016
Hosted by Gina Lazenby

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The world moves forward, society advances but are we getting any better at relationships, one of our most basic needs? This week we talked to one of the UK's top relationship and intimacy coaches, Susie Heath, looking at how vulnerable long-term relationships can become when big shifts happen in family life. When the last child moves out, a couple can be left behind to find a way forward in an empty nest. Our next guest, Renee Piane, reports from America sharing her quarter century experience as one of the countries leading dating coaches about the trend for women to spend two decades trying to be Wonderwoman then realising that they are 40, successful and still single. Finally, media ecologist Jack Myers takes our one-woman slot this week. Looking at the under 30 age group and the unique challenges, and opportunities, for this for the younger, millennial generation. His quest to find out what’s happening for boys resulted in his recently published book called The Future of Men.

The Rise of the Feminine

The Rise of the Feminine

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There are huge shifts happening globally that not only involve the rise of women but also the rise of feminine values in men and, in women, which are re-shaping our collective future.

We discover more and more women coming into their own, finding their unique purpose. In this surge for equality, some men may fear they will be displaced, but in reality, we’ll see how this is a movement that is more about a shared vision for a re-balancing of the planet. It’s not about women taking over but women standing alongside men in their rightful place.

The question for many male leaders is how to integrate this new female power in organizations and fully understand that the shifts happening in their businesses, and politics are an embracing of new feminine values that will not only help them to adapt but also to thrive. This is a space where we can explore and bring together the conversations about what is emerging around the world as we witness shifts in power.

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Gina Lazenby

Gina Lazenby

Gina speaks and works internationally providing educational programs for women leaders and entrepreneurs. She acts as a discreet mentor to high profile women leaders and offers residential transformational retreats and bespoke programs.

The wisdom and skills she developed as an international best-selling author, TV expert commentator and founder of an award-winning PR and Marketing agency assist in giving Gina a well-rounded and leading edge in the promotion of feminine leadership throughout the world.

Gina’s work includes developing women’s circles and networks as a transformational catalyst. She has been honored for her pioneering work in creating change and personal development movements. She is currently distilling her insights in feminine leadership into her forthcoming book: The Rise of the Feminine: how business and society can ride the coming wave. Gina is also collating data and research for her next book: The New Masculine as she is passionate about gender work that brings men and women together and honors their separate and different contributions.

Gina uses a blend of practical business acumen and insights from working with thousands of women and from decades exploring ancient wisdom and spiritual practice. She is a Founder Member of the Association of Transformational Leaders Europe and an International Board Member of Leading Women of Africa.

She travels extensively and has offices in Yorkshire, London, San Francisco and Sydney.

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October 2016

September 2016

  • 9/26/2016: Trauma, The New Norm for Modern Teen Girls and a Different Way Forward Listen Now
  • 9/19/2016: The Huge Shifts Disrupting the Balance of Relationships Listen Now
  • 9/12/2016: Feminine Wisdom Listen Now

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International leadership expert who speaks to the shifts required of leaders and organizations in both their thinking and practice if they are to successfully navigate the future. His primary focus is on leadership in a changing world, looking at the shifts required of leaders and organizations in both their thinking and practice when it comes to leadership. Allied to this focus area are future trends and disruption and diversity. As a founding partner in TomorrowToday, Keith has had the privilege of working across multiple industries in a global context at both an executive and senior leadership level. View Guest page

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Kaouthar Darmoni (PhD) is an independant scholar and expert in Gender studies. After an extensive academic career as Assistant Professor in Gender & Media (UvA, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), she decided to combine her academic passion with her dance and body awareness passion. She started a new international career with her institute ‘Feminine Capital & Goddess Belly Dance’ to teach women how to use their feminine capital and become agents of change and progress in their societies. Her focus is also training women at work, ‘Corporate Goddesses’, to become ambassadors of conscious business and FeMale leadership. Kaouthar is very active in supporting women’s movements all over the world. View Guest page

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Janice Dolley is now Development Director of the Wrekin Trust, a charity for spiritual education started in 1971 by Sir George Trevelyan. As an educator, writer, innovator and facilitator she has co-authored Christian Evolution; Moving towards a Global Spirituality, The Quest: Exploring a Sense of soul; Awakening to a New Awareness: Stories of Contemporary Christians, arranged an International conference on The Emerging Spirituality Revolution: Embodying the Spiritual Imperative of our Time and many learning programmes and workshops. As a Trustee of the Findhorn Foundation and Director of the Findhorn College she is supporting spiritual and ecological ways of living. View Guest page

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Scilla Elworthy is a three time Nobel Peace Prize nominee and the founder of the Oxford Research Group and Peace Direct. Her work also includes producing the first report on Female Genital Mutilation, and UNESCO’s submission to the United Nations Mid-Decade Conference on Women. She has worked as adviser to Peter Gabriel, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Sir Richard Branson in setting up ‘The Elders’. She’s an adviser to MasterPeace; a member of the International Advisory Council of the Institute for Economics and Peace and of the Steering Committee of PAX. She chairs the Civil Society sector of the Hanwang Forum in China, is a Councillor of the World Future Council, and a patron of Gender Rights and Equality Action Trust, Voice of a Woman, and Oxford Research Group. View Guest page

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Jane is a serial entrepreneur, intuitive coach, inspirational speaker, author, audacious commentator, campaigner and female champion. For the past 12 years she has been working in the personal development sector facilitating mind-set shifts and personal transformations with both adults and teenagers from all walks of life. Her passion for potential is contagious. She founded Girls Out Loud in 2010 when she could remain passive no more and felt compelled to step up and support girls to navigate through a more and more challenging landscape, unharmed. After piloting a programme for 12 vulnerable girls in Blackpool in 2009 she knew she had found her next act. Her legacy, through Girls Out Loud is to embed a more empowering mind-set in girls that in effect, inspires them to think big, reach for the stars and make better life choices. View Guest page

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Prof Ervin Laszlo


Prof Laszlo, Doctorat d’Etat Sorbonne (1970) is Director of the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research (Italy), Founder and President of The Club of Budapest, Fellow of the World Academy of Arts and Sciences, Member of the Hungarian Academy of Science, the International Academy of Philosophy of Science, Senator of the International Medici Academy, and Editor of the international periodical World Futures: The Journal of New Paradigm Research. He is the recipient of the Goi Peace Prize (2002), the International Mandir of Peace Prize (2005), the Conacreis Holistic Culture Prize (2009), the Ethics Prize of Milano (2014) and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 and 2005. Laszlo has Honorary PhD’s from the United States, Canada, Finland, and Hungary and is the author or co-author of fifty-four books translated into twenty-four languages.
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Viviane Morris


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Nyali Muir


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Jack Myers


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Prof. Nigel Nicholson


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Dr. David Paul


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Renee Piane


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Bernhard Plecher

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Dr. Armgard von Reden

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Dr. Phyllis SantaMaria


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Susan Schachterle


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Sheila Single


Sheila Single is the Editor-in-chief and co founder of HONORE magazine. She the former Editor-in-Chief of Lula magazine in London, and Fashion Editor at Numéro in Paris. Sheila was born in Germany, raised in France and Ghana, she studied fashion design at Studio Berçot in Paris. Her work is published in Vogue Italy, Vogue China, Vogue Russia, Vogue Japan, Vogue US, Man About Town, Purple Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar and l’Egoiste. The photographers she works with are Paolo Roversi, Mario Sorrenti, Cédric Buchet, Olivier Zahm, Jacob Sutton, Jason Kibbler, Gregory Harris, Camille Vivier, Viviane Sassen, Karl Lagerfeld, William Klein, Serge Leblon, Andreas Larsson, Philippe Jarrigeon. She consulted for Anthony Vaccarello, Iris Van Herpen, Mary Katrantzou and collaborated to the image of Piece d’Anarchive. View Guest page

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Raj Sisodia


Raj Sisodia is a founding member of the Conscious Capitalism movement, FW Olin Distinguished Professor of Global Business and Whole Foods Market Research Scholar in Conscious Capitalism at Babson College. He is the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of Conscious Capitalism Inc. He also spent 15 years at Bentley University as Trustee Professor of Marketing, Department Chair and founder/director of the Center for Marketing Technology. Raj is a trustee of Conscious Capitalism Inc. and a member of the board of directors of The Container Store. He has consulted with and taught executive programs for numerous companies, including AT&T, Nokia, LG, DPDHL, POSCO, Kraft Foods, Whole Foods Market, Tata, Siemens, Sprint, Volvo, IBM, Walmart, Rabobank, McDonalds and Southern California Edison. View Guest page

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Mirela Sula


Mirela is an author, international speaker, journalist, publisher, trainer and psychologist. She has worked in the media and publishing for the last 15 years. Her background takes in psychology and counselling, journalism, teaching, coaching and media training.
She is the creator and co-founder of Migrant Woman Limited, and Publisher of Global Woman.co magazine in London. She is the organiser of Migrant Woman Talks and author of several bestselling books. Her latest, ‘Don’t Let Your Mind Go’ is published in America and Turkey. Mirela was the resident psychologist on the Public TV Channel in Albania, and panelist a popular show there called ‘Love Story’.
In 2014, Mirela was selected as one of 10 Women Entrepreneur Leaders for Women’s Entrepreneurship Day by ICSB and in 2015 she received the “Inspiration Award for Women.” View Guest page

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Andrea Vitullo


Andrea Vitullo is an Executive Coach with several years of coaching experience and a long career at senior level in successful organizations (Unilever, Allianz). Andrea has a proven track record in coaching numerous international top managers in the Insurance, Banking, Chemical, Information Technology, Retailers & Distribution, Luxury and Pharmaceutical industries. In 2006 he founded in Italy his own Company, Inspire www.in-spire.biz. He currently designs and delivers strategic & development paths related to reflective and transformative leadership, ethics and values through a philosophical approach. View Guest page

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Helen Walbey


Helen grew up in a small hotel on the South coast and got a taste for enterprise from an early age. After moving to Wales to attend university she took a variety of roles before becoming a trouble shooter for a large multinational company. Sixteen years and four businesses later she is now the only woman in the UK who runs her own motorcycles salvage scrap yard, exports her parts worldwide.
She supports and encourages trainees, apprentices and young people on work experience, at her industrial unit in the South Wales valleys. She is a role model with the Welsh Government. After taking a degree while running her business, she is now undertaking a PhD on supporting more women into business and lectures at the University of South Wales Business School. In December 2015 she took up the national role of Diversity Portfolio Chair for the Federation of Small Businesses and has recently launched a report into Women in Enterprise – The Untapped Potential. She speaks at conferences & on TV. View Guest page

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Avivah Wittenberg-Cox


Avivah Wittenberg-Cox is CEO of consultancy 20-first. 20-first works with progressive global companies interested in gender balancing their leadership teams and optimising 100% of the talent pool and 100% of the market. She helps CEOs, Executive Committees and managers build ‘gender bilingual’ organisations. The firm’s renowned leadership debates and advisory services assist leaders in understanding and unlocking the opportunities that more gender balance can bring to their bottom line(s). View Guest page

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Africa Zanella


Africa is the CEO and founder of CSGE - Centre for Sustainability and Gender Economics, a lecturer and international public speaker. She's developed programmes , implemented change and contributed to thought leadership in a number of areas associated with sustainability measures, economic growth and activities that impact women. She's also a member of the Green Learning Economy and platforms in UNITAR AND UNIDO and is involved with Climate change and G20 expert review committee. View Guest page

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