In what is one of our most insightful episodes yet, Blessing Adesiyan and Andrea Mullan focus their discussion on the challenges women face in trying to reach for their next big career move. They highlight how women are less likely to put themselves out there for opportunities unless they feel completely qualified. Women usually want to tick all the boxes before we raise our hand for that exciting new job or a stretch role in our current company.
Blessing and Andrea are joined on this episode by Maggie Hulce who is Senior Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise at Indeed. She talks with them on the identity crisis women experience post motherhood and how that affects our ability to climb up the corporate ladder and how women can reclaim their confidence in the workplace.
Maggie Hulce is Senior Vice President and General Manager for Enterprise at Indeed. In her role, she focuses on shaping product and go-to-market priorities for Indeed’s largest global customers.
Before joining Indeed, Maggie was the Director of Sales Strategy & Operations at Google, focused on Google’s largest advertising customers in the Americas. Prior to Google, Maggie spent years as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, serving clients in the retail and CPG industries.
Maggie graduated cum laude from Harvard with a BA in Economics and received her MBA with distinction from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
This podcast is in partnership with Indeed, the world’s number one job site, a company committed to helping women find better work. Visit www.indeed.com/betterwork and join us as we #LevelUpWithIndeed.
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