How to be ambitious & young - with Google & Twitter Manager Isa Sonnenfeld




How can you rise inside big organisations? Is ambition good? Or bad? This episode of The Wingwomen Show with our Wingwoman Isa Sonnenfeld is a must-watch if you wonder about things like:


  • How can I show my ambition at work?

  • What can I do when toxic colleagues treat me differently or push me down because of my age, gender or past?

  • How can I rise up and make a difference inside big organisations?

  • Which 3 types of courage do I need?

  • Where do I find the champions, sponsors and Wingwomen/Wingmen who'll support me?

We show you that just being the Busy Bee who works super super hard isn't enough. We need to take smart actions. So, we packed this Realtalk with loads of inspiration, courage and some practical tips to help you with all that!



Grab your favourite drink and join me for this #PowerHour with Isa Sonnenfeld. She takes us behind the closed doors of Google and shares how she convinced Twitter to expand across Europe when she was just 26 and at the start of her career. To find our more about Isa, including her great work as the co-founder and co-host of the podcast Role Models, have a listen to some of her episodes in German here and in English here.



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Don't be the Busy Bee who's waiting for change. Take your life into your own hands today!



Sending you loads of courage and Wingwomen energy, Valerie

CEO, Wingwomen