Sonya Lennon

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Bias & Judgement

My daughter has spent the last eight months on Roaccutane to improve her skin, as she was suffering from breakouts of acne. Any parent who has decided to go through this treatment knows it is a tough drug to take or watch someone you love to take.
The side effects are brutal, changes in mood, excessive dryness, nosebleeds and, in some cases, induced depression. At every step of the process, we gave our daughter an opt-out, stop at any time. But the remarkable effects on the skin were enough to want her to endure with close monitoring. But that wasn’t all she had to deal with.

The HR Room Podcast

International Women’s Day – with Sonya Lennon The HR Room Podcast

Sonya is a designer, businesswoman, and advocate for equality. She has successfully re-positioned from fashion girl to broadcaster to social entrepreneur. Her funny and gripping take on life is underpinned by a drive for everyday empowerment and inspiring stories of bursting through the boundaries of fear.

The Lennon Courtney Podcast

Who’s the sociopath next door?

Episode caveat: We are not psychologists or psychiatrists or experts in this week’s chosen topic. You should always consult a qualified professional for information on mental health and when seeking medical diagnosis. With all that said however, this week, we present you with The Thinking Woman’s Guide to…Who is the Sociopath in your Life? We want to know what makes someone a sociopath, what the differences are between a sociopath and a psychopath and how we can spot them hiding in plain sight. We also talk about social vampires, the harm that sociopaths can cause plus we explain what an F.L.K is. We hope you enjoy it.

Sonya brings her head and heart to Diversity and Inclusion. Her unique ability to communicate an engaging and compelling message helps break down the barriers that exist in every organisation, no matter how well-intentioned.

— David Lawlor, President, Kellog's Europe

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