Capgemini podcast features conversations with women leaders

Capgemini podcast features conversations with women leaders

 August 15, 2023

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The Women Who Bring to Life What's Next is a podcast series created and sponsored by Capgemini Invent.

Through the series, Capgemini explores how some of the world’s most successful women leaders transform their businesses and connect humanity with technology to make a difference in the world.

Host Courtney Pace, Head of Strategy & Private Equity at frog, part of Capgemini Invent, invites guests to take on big questions for women in leadership roles like what inspires them as leaders, how they started on their career path and got to where they are today, and what they envision as their legacy for the women coming up behind them.

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Episode 1 – Sending the elevator back down with Mical Jeanlys-White, CEO and founder of WealthMore

WealthMore CEO and founder Mical Jeanlys-White is the first guest on The women who bring to life what’s next. Mical discusses topics like her move from leading roles in Fortune 500 companies to the startup world, maximizing your seat at the table for personal growth and empowering other women to grow, and learning to step out of your comfort zone as you manage risk in your career and in your everyday work.

Episode 2 – Growing through transformation with Elizabeth Rector, Visa Head of Global Client Services

Elizabeth Rector, Head of Global Client Services at Visa, discusses how shifting her career focus from sales to finance to general management with stops in non-profit along the way helped her grow her career, the interplay between technology and humans in financial services as one of the defining forces of the industry, the programs and initiatives she’s passionate about that allow girls and women to develop their career ambitions, and a lot more.

Episode 3 – The 51 percenters with Tiffany Daniele, CFO of Union Square Hospitality Group

Tiffany Daniele, CFO of Union Square Hospitality Group, discusses people-centric leadership and the concept of hiring 51 percenters: people who have the skills required for the role but also show strong emotional intelligence. By putting people at the center of her work, Tiffany has built a career that has allowed her to take risks, like moving into her first CFO role during the pandemic, and guide technology transformations that serve the needs of everyone in the company’s value chain, from guests to suppliers to investors. Tiffany shares her appreciation for the executive group that supported her growth in the CFO role and insights into how her experience in private equity influenced her interest and success in the hospitality world.

Episode 4 – Human leadership with Eilisa Reid, Senior Vice President, Application and Platform Services at Charter Communications

Eilisa Reid, Senior Vice President, Application and Platform Services at Charter Communications discusses making leadership truly focused on people and their daily lives. We get into how technology and specifically platform and application infrastructures can make or break customer experience, why it’s important to understand and respond to challenges in the telco industry with a personal touch, and how to use customer data to create the best experience for every person who interacts with Charter Communications’ products and services.

Episode 5 – Creativity as a superpower in private equity with Olivia Howard, Partner at Bain Capital

The finance world is often defined by black-and-white thinking and, unfortunately, sometimes labeled as boring. Olivia Howard discusses her role as Partner at Bain Capital and tell stories of how creativity is an essential part of succeeding in the private-equity space. She shares her lessons on the road to building a career in private equity, like how her summer internship with a regional theater company prepared her for future roles in the finance space, why young professionals should understand the difference between a job that sounds cool and a role that can be fun and still promote career growth, and the importance of coaching people from non-traditional finance backgrounds with direct and actionable feedback.

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