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Jo Salter, Director in Technology & Investments, PwC

Jo Salter

Most people feel Imposter Syndrome at some point - believe in yourself and the value you bring.

Jo was Britain’s first female fast-jet pilot flying the Tornado GR1, has run her own management consultancy, lectured for the OU Business School, worked as an inspirational speaker and written two books on using personal energy for high achievement. Jo is now a Director in PwC reporting into the Executive Board member for Technology & Investments, using her innovative and energetic working style and wealth of consulting experience to drive forward the firm’s agenda for tech-enabling itself.

Jo has a passion for helping people become the best versions of themselves. She is a proud mother to two daughters,  a Trustee of the RAF Club and a member of 601 Squadron, RAAF.

Top tips

  • Turn up every day

  • Be interested and be interesting

  • Be kind to yourself and others 

  • Don’t stay in your comfort zone too long, it shrinks

  • Smile more - people respond to warmth

 

the most valuable piece of advice SOMEONE HAS GIVEN YOU

Be curious, not furious.

Your key piece advice to someone looking to progress

Most people feel Imposter Syndrome at some point - believe in yourself and the value you bring.