Wake up, world!! 🌎 🌎 🌎 ⏰ ⏰ ⏰
And welcome to a special Friday edition of the 4 AM Report! 🎙🎙🎙
Why Friday? Because we have a guest for you today who is SO special, we couldn’t wait until Thursday to share her with you!
This week, we’re chatting with Eleanor Beaton (yes, we stan) and if you don’t know her – YOU SHOULD!
An award-winning journalist, speaker, executive coach and host of the Fierce Feminine Leadership podcast, she’s committed to unleashing the power of women’s voices through business coaching and leadership development.
We talk all things juicy, including:
📣 The conversation around systemic racism and the global BLM protests, and the *koff* influencers who are definitely NOT getting it right!
📣 The importance of knowing your values and communicating same online without getting dragged.
📣 And how entrepreneurs MUST build their authentic voice before they bulldoze their way through social media.
Have a listen. You will LOVE it.
About Eleanor Beaton
Eleanor Beaton is an internationally-recognized expert in women’s leadership, and an advisor to growth-oriented women entrepreneurs. She has served as chair of the Visiting Women’s Executive Exchange Program at the Yale School of Management and sits on the board of directors of two Canadian venture capital organizations. She’s been recognized by the Corporate Excellence Awards as Canada’s Leadership Coach of the Year, and was named by entrepreneurial guru for women Ali Brown as “one of the foremost women’s leadership experts in North America.” Eleanor is the host and executive producer of a top-ranked podcast for women entrepreneurs, Fierce Feminine Leadership. A former journalist reporting for the CBC, Globe and Mail and Canadian Business, Eleanor was a finalist for a National Business Book of the Year, Canada’s top business book honour, and has won national prizes for her journalistic work covering key issues related to women in leadership. Eleanor has spoken internationally at events whose rosters include notables such as the former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She lives in Eastern Canada with her husband and two sons.