86. Non-Formal Education: Finding Paths To Create Positive Change Makers with Bárbara A. Silva

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Recently we’ve had the great pleasure of chatting with Bárbara Aranda da Silva, President of the Portuguese Association of Girl Guides. Full-time mother of (almost) 3, President of the Portuguese Association of Girl Guides, Director of the South Branch of the Portuguese Pharmaceutical Society and a Head of Market Access in a Pharmaceutical Company. She is deeply passionate about people empowerment, non-formal education, and leadership. People that know her used to say that she brings positivity and a “keep it simple” mood. Learn how non-formal education can help you find leadership pathways for positive change. Main topics covered: 👶 Where to find the balance between family, work, and volunteering ⏳ Prioritization is at the top of the organization 🔥 Being a leader to create positive change makers 💪Active listening and no judgement to improve team building Time notes: [03:45] Be the change you want to see in the world [04:40] Managing all responsibilities as a mother (of almost 3), a President of the Portuguese Association of Girl Guides, a Director of the Branch of the Portuguese Pharmaceutical Society and the Head of Market Access Oncology in a Pharmaceutical Company “You don’t manage your time, you manage your energy” [14:25] Recipe to get strength and time “Guide Guiding firstly was investing on myself and now is returning to others” [22:50] Leaving work at work in the field of oncology “Be a leader is being yourself, bringing your dreams and vision” [31:50] Mission of the Portuguese Association of Girl Guides [40:00] Non-formal education and the impact on young people today [42:40] Transformation of people who are in the Girl Guide “Chutzpah: Why Israel Is a Hub of Innovation and Entrepreneurship”: #GirlsWhoProduct: Inbal Arieli Welcome to the first episode of season #3 of Girls Who Product podcast. productized.medium.com [46:30] STEAM for Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts, and Maths areas in non-formal education [48:55] Soft and Hard skills that employers are looking for “Be part of the team, be good in time management and problem-solving, accept challenges, and take a risk “ [50:15] Barbara’s motto: Being leadership “a shared journey that empowers us to work together and bring positive change to our lives, the lives of others, and our wider society”. PRODUCTION This podcast was hosted by me, André Marquet. Produced by Teresa Segismundo, with research by Katarzyna Chryczyk and sound engineering by Daniel Alves. The Productized Podcast is produced by Productized — a series of interviews with product innovators, successful makers, and entrepreneurs. We hope those who listen to the ideas on this show are inspired to productize.

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