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Jenny Garrett

Award Winning Executive Coach, Author & Leadership Trainer

Jenny Garrett is an Award Winning Coach with over 11 years experience of running a Global Business. She is a Freeman of the Guild of Entrepreneurs – City of London and was listed in Brummell Magazines Top 30 City Innovators 2016. Her mission is to transform the world for everyone, one empowered woman at a time. She uses her years of experience in coaching and leadership to inspire and motivate people, working with them to deliver career and life changing results beyond expectation. Jenny has written an Amazon Bestselling Book ‘Rocking Your Role’, on the taboo subject of female breadwinners. She has reached an audience of over 30,000 through her speaking engagements, including two TEDx Talks, and coached individuals all over the globe from Australia, to Botswana, the US, Mexico, Spain and the UK, with over 3,000 coaching hours under her belt. Jenny gives back through her social enterprise Rocking Ur Teens Her most recent clients include MasterCard, EY and Mace Macro. Jenny is a regular commentator on Sky News and LBC radio, and has been featured on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour, The Telegraph, and Glamour magazine amongst many others. A client recently described Jenny as a ‘yoga stretch for the career!’ Jenny’s work is characterised by having depth, personalisation and meaning, or some would say ‘soul’. See her videos, Would you follow you? And the trailer for her book ‘Rocking Your Role.’
Finding Hope In The

Finding Hope In The Dark

Over-saturation with news is detrimental to our emotional health. If you read the newspaper or check Twitter in the morning, let that be enough. You don't need to turn on the TV or radio too, especially before bed. Anything you missed will be there tomorrow. Be very careful with how much news you let your children absorb also.
07/11/2017 16:15 GMT
Lessons From Thai Women - Feminine AND

Lessons From Thai Women - Feminine AND Strong

My journey began with a flight from London to Doha, Doha to Bangkok and finally Bangkok to Chiang Mai. The pilot (or captain) of this third flight was a woman; I was equally surprised and delighted when I heard her dulcet tones welcome us over the speaker system. <em>Women in Thailand were not limited to being cabin crew, they could fly planes too</em>!
24/08/2017 15:31 BST
The Challenge Of Diversity In The AI

The Challenge Of Diversity In The AI World

Artificial intelligence (AI) is still in its infancy, but it's poised to become the most disruptive technology since the Internet. AI will be everywhere - in your phone, in your fridge, in your car. Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa are just two examples.
12/04/2017 14:16 BST
An Opportunity To Share Diverse Stories - International Women's

An Opportunity To Share Diverse Stories - International Women's Day

<img alt="all women everywhere" src="" width="300" height="35" /> As a black straight woman, from a working class background in Britain, my story may be very different to that of another woman who has not had to experience the same forms of discrimination. All stories are valid, illuminate our experience and highlight the diversity within diversity.
06/03/2017 12:18 GMT
Want to Make a Difference? Just Do

Want to Make a Difference? Just Do It.

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a woman of my word. I set out thinking about how I could help girls. My first foray was to provide workshops for teen Mums, but I didn't feel that was enough and I wasn't sure I was the right person to make a difference with that audience.
23/01/2015 11:59 GMT
What's Your Definition of

What's Your Definition of Success?

I recently delivered a talk on the rise of female entrepreneurship. How women were supporting women to achieve, even though it may difficult to gain funding and they may be juggling caring responsibilities alongside their work.
20/01/2015 11:06 GMT
What You Need to Know About the Next Generation of

What You Need to Know About the Next Generation of Women

Contrary to the common portrayal of young women as selfie taking celebrity obsessives, wrestling with self-confidence and body issues, the findings offer an alternative perspective on a generation of girls comfortable in their own skin, driven by opportunity and liberated by technology.
16/07/2014 13:53 BST
Which Books Inspire

Which Books Inspire You?

I was recently invited to speak at an event called 'Books That Inspire' kindly hosted by Channel 4 and masterminded by Sajna Rahman Account Manager and Deputy Chair BIFM Rising FMs Committee. In this interview, Sajna shares what sparked the idea for the event and what inspires her.
29/04/2014 17:02 BST
Your Future, Your

Your Future, Your Ambition

The iniative is the latest London-wide project receiving her focused attention. Yvonne is part of the event organising team under the leadership of Tunde Akintokin of Cisco Systems enlisting the support of at least 20 main corporate organisations to help shape the hearts and minds of society's future leaders...
11/03/2014 13:43 GMT
How STEW Can Help Women in

How STEW Can Help Women in Business

I have the honour of being a mentor for the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and was recently asked to provide an online session for their mentees, all of which are women in developing countries. The aim of the session was to provide strategies and tips to help them overcome the challenges they may face.
14/11/2013 11:57 GMT
Seven Seriously Practical Tips on How to Ask for a Pay

Seven Seriously Practical Tips on How to Ask for a Pay Rise

It's no surprise to us women that men are earning more, but the most recent report stating that High-flying women will typically be paid around £142,000 less in bonuses than a man doing exactly the same job brings it into sharp focus.
27/08/2013 12:48 BST
Hemel Hempstead - Seeing the Beauty in the

Hemel Hempstead - Seeing the Beauty in the Beast

Imagine if your kindest and dearest girlfriend was being termed 'ugly' and belittled by the world, wouldn't you rush to her defence? I felt the same. You see for the last 12 years Hemel Hempstead has been my home, but more than that she holds great memories and friends.
16/08/2013 10:09 BST
Working Nine to Five, the Way Not to Make a

Working Nine to Five, the Way Not to Make a Living

There is no such thing as a '9-5 routine' any more states one respondent and the survey results indicate that flexible working is becoming more common than ever before to fit around our other responsibilities - not just children but other dependents.
09/08/2013 12:59 BST
Who Deserves to Receive the Queen's

Who Deserves to Receive the Queen's Honours?

Lets face it we all know someone who deserves the Queens honours, doing great work, and making a difference, <a href="" target="_hplink">nominate</a> them now, especially if they are from one of the under represented groups.
18/07/2013 13:20 BST
When Was Your Last YOLO

When Was Your Last YOLO Moment?

You can seek out YOLO moments and if you do I guess you notice them more. Or you can wait for them to appear to you in a clearing in the woods like my daughter. Both can be good.
18/06/2013 13:32 BST