Insights: Leading a more fulfilling life.
What does it mean to settle? And how do we navigate our way out of stuckness in order to live and lead a life with more impact and greater fulfilment?
In last week’s interview (#067) I talked to Chief Executive of Manufacturing Wales, and Business News Wales, Heather Anstey-Myers. During our conversation she shared her personal story of navigating a challenging childhood, and how a throwaway phrase from Thelma & Louise significantly impacted the beliefs and values that were to drive the next 30 years as her leadership career unfolded.
Looking back on our conversation, I begin by considering what it really means to compromise living our best lives, by settling for less than we deserve. I then look at the importance of values-based leadership if we are to find fulfilment in our mission.
If you’re looking to create more personal impact and experience a deeper level of fulfilment in your mission, this week’s Insights episode is for you.
ABOUT YOUR HOST: SUE REVELL
Sue is on a mission to STOP women playing small so that they can create the legacy they want to leave in the world. With over 30 years coaching and leadership experience, Sue loves nothing more than disrupting the unhelpful thinking that often holds women back, so that they can think, dream and BE bigger in leading the change they want to see. Coaching internationally, Sue’s clients are primarily world-changing women who want to lead with confidence, increase their impact and live a life that matters.
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Episode 67: “You Get What You Settle For!” with Heather Anstey-Myers
Heather Anstey-Myers is the CEO of Manufacturing Wales. This is an industry-led collaborative consortium is at the heart of efforts to support Welsh manufacturers in creating supply chain resilience, maximising procurement opportunities, promoting the world-class credentials of the country’s manufacturing sector and connecting industry to academia.
Heather is also the Interim CEO of Business News Wales, Wales’ fastest growing publisher. An unique digital solution covering 12 industry sectors. A dedicated business news channel with no political views or editorial agenda, just a genuine passion to support the Welsh economy.
Heather is an active member of the Board of Pitch ands Co, a Welsh company built on years of experience of making proposals and pitch’s for contracts and investments compelling and convincing. Bringing her experience of the Welsh SME community to help them scale and grow by gaining new contracts and winning investment.
In 2021, Heather stepped down as CEO of Chambers Wales (British Chambers of Commerce). At Chambers Wales, she led an enormous transformation to inject a commercial culture and refocus on customer-led market demand and provided expert international trade services to better support Welsh SMEs. She also ensured industry had a voice that could influence the most senior decision-makers on economic, business and international trade policy.
She was previously CEO of the widely acclaimed Abergavenny Food Festival - one of the biggest food events in the UK - where she delivered an award-winning showcase for the Welsh food and drink sector.
She has also worked as a senior local authority public servant, leading organisational change, scrutinising decision-making and, being a Chartered Town Planner by trade, delivering a range of building restoration and civil engineering projects.
Named as being one of most influential business voices in Wales, Heather is one of the leading commentators and a strong articulate business voice who speaks up for the needs of SME's in Wales.