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BONUS EPISODE: THE POWER OF WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP

In this episode, Christine and Wendy invite the rest of the Intune Collective leadership team, Lisa Hardy, Chief of Brand Strategy and Sofia Chancey, Chief of Strategy, to discuss how working together is helping them model the future of work that they envision. There is POWER in Women’s Leadership.

Christine, Wendy, Lisa, and Sofia all share how navigating male-dominant spaces within their careers all lead them to build a collective where empathy, curiosity, and authenticity thrive. Through storytelling, they lay out a pathway encouraging the balancing of masculine and feminine skills, dropping performative masks, leaning into the flow where collaboration is elevated over competition and more! 

They have crafted a company where byproducts of their culture are being seen, heard, and valued. In turn, these values are evident in their services, strategies, their coaching and branding. 

If you are interested in ways your company can foster joy and sustainability go to intunecollective.com. You can learn more about Intune Collective and the services they offer. You can follow Intune Collective at @intunecollectivesf on Instagram, @intunecollective on Facebook and @intunesf on Twitter.

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