In this month’s episode, Jemma Fairclough-Haynes shares her journey into entrepreneurship. Gifted with persuasion and entrepreneurial skills at such a young age, Jemma shares how she transitioned from being an employee to creating a business of her own. With a little boost from the people around her – who motivated and inspired her – she let go of her doubts, created something for herself, and used her gifts.
Jemma is CEO of the global award-winning business Orchard Employment Law. With over a decade of experience in Employment Law, Jemma has represented businesses of various sizes in employment tribunals across the UK in many different types of claims. She shares her expertise in TV and radio interviews and regularly writes articles. In addition, Jemma is also the Federation of Small Business (FSB) Area Leader for Kent and Medway and a school governor at a local school.
In our discussion with Jemma, podcast hosts Lisa and Islay reflect on the following:
- Honing a gift and turning it into skills
- The reward of enjoying something you’re good at
- Taking risks and letting go of the 9-5 system
- Having an entrepreneurial spirit and its effect on one’s business
- The power of having influential and inspiring people
- Generational entrepreneurial skills
- Leadership and talent development
- The value of confidence and knowing yourself
This episode is packed with tips, takeaways, and key learnings.
We hope you enjoy it as much as we have.
Jemma Fairclough Haynes’ website is https://www.orchardemploymentlaw.co.uk/ and you can connect with her on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jemmafairclough-haynes/
Kimi Crochets: https://www.instagram.com/kimi_krochets/
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