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Best podcasts about advance your career

Latest podcast episodes about advance your career

Best of Both Worlds Podcast
Collaborate, Connect, Collect: Advance Your Career with the 3 Cs EP 278

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 38:54


Laura and Sarah open by discussing some of their past career goals (including a tangent on scientific poster sessions!). Then, they introduce the 3 Cs - things yo might want to think about in setting future career goals. Collaborate with others to build projects being your singular capabilities, connect with work colleagues old and new, and collect compensation worthy of your talents + time! In the Q&A, a listener writes in wanting advice on hosting others when your house is often in a messy and imperfect state. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rock Your Wellness with Lauren Chante
How to Advance Your Career as a Woman, with Nicky Espinosa

Rock Your Wellness with Lauren Chante

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 26:55


We all know that wellness is a lot easier when you have money to throw at problems, and a job that doesn't suck the life out of you.  However, it can be tricky to know how to advance your career as a woman.  Today, we're joined by career strategist Nicky Espinosa.  Nicky is helps ambitious women land their dream jobs and create their dream lives.  Many of us think we need to go and get a new job that's a better fit for us, but Nicky has a more holistic perspective that I know will rock your world.   Show notes:  http://laurenchante.com/index.php/2022/11/10/how-to-advance-your-career-as-a-woman-with-nicky-espinosa/

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
What to do when the IEP team doesn't agree

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 37:27


Part of a school therapist's job is getting buy-in from the entire IEP team, but that can be difficult to do when team members don't agree on what's best for a student.That's why in episode 86 of the “Are they 18 yet?®” podcast, I walk through several case studies from my mentoring group to share how to handle it when this happens.As you listen, you're going to find that building relationships is essential to providing effective therapy services, and that with a couple key shifts you'll be able to establish connection and trust with coworkers.These examples are from SLPs, but they're really relevant to any professional or parent of K-12 kids:  What do I do when I don't agree with what the IEP team is recommending (e.g., private school staff over qualifying students for certain disability labels)?Should students from Spanish speaking households be in a bilingual program even if they speak mostly English at school? I think they should, but the teacher doesn't. Should I stand my ground? In this episode, I mention the School of Clinical Leadership, my program that helps pediatric therapists create the freedom to deliver services in a way that truly serves kids. To learn more about how to become a member, visit our enrollment page here.The De Facto Leaders podcast was formerly the “Are they 18 yet?®” podcast. As of November 2022, the name of the show has changed, and we've shifted from a focus on parenting to a focus on supporting clinicians and educators to design effective services for kids (but parents are still welcome to listen). Episodes published before November 24, 2022 will still contain some of our old branding. 

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Navigating workplace conflict and getting team buy-in

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 38:05


One of the most powerful ways to provide comprehensive services for K-12 kids is by collaborating with other therapists and teachers…Which is why it's frustrating when team members can't come to a consensus about what's best for kids. When you're working together as a team, at least some conflict is inevitable.That's why I wanted to share some case studies and Q & A sessions where members of my mentoring program for clinicians shared some real-life scenarios they were working through. In episode 86, I talk through how to collaborate when there's tension between outside therapists and school therapists. I also talked about how to get teachers and administrators on board when you're trying new models of service delivery beyond just the direct therapy model.  In this episode, I mention the School of Clinical Leadership, my program that helps pediatric therapists create the freedom to deliver services in a way that truly serves kids. To learn more about how to become a member, visit our enrollment page here.The De Facto Leaders podcast was formerly the “Are they 18 yet?®” podcast. As of November 2022, the name of the show has changed, and we've shifted from a focus on parenting to a focus on supporting clinicians and educators to design effective services for kids (but parents are still welcome to listen). Episodes published before November 24, 2022 will still contain some of our old branding. 

The Happy Engineer
073: How to Go Green and Advance Your Career Credentials in Sustainability & LEED with Charlie Cichetti

The Happy Engineer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 57:35


What does it really look like to “go green” in your industry?   How is sustainability changing the landscape of the work you do every day?  More importantly, how are the trends going to change what that looks like over the next decade?   In this episode, discover how leadership in energy and environmental design goes beyond the four walls of construction and civil engineering with CEO of Green Building Education Services, Charlie Cichetti.   Charlie is one of the world's leading experts in green buildings and sustainability, and has supported over 150,000 leaders in advancing their credentials and practice in the industry.   We cover important trends in healthy buildings after the pandemic and everyone needs to know if you work in an office building, and have a debate around the merit of certifications and credentials as the pathway to career advancement.   And don't miss the challenge for you in the episode debrief.   So press play and let's chat… because every engineering leader needs to look at what green will mean for your career!   >> Then join The Happy Engineer Community online and get access to bonus content and live coaching in our free group >>   https://www.facebook.com/groups/thehappyengineer    ==========================   SHOW NOTES: Find all the links from this episode and more >>   www.theHappyEngineerPodcast.com   ==========================   COACHING: Ready for promotion, more money, and more FUN in your career? Then let's chat!   Book your FREE session for podcast listeners at www.CareerClarityCall.com   ==========================   Rate, Review, and Follow   “I love Zach and The Happy Engineer Podcast.” If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing the show! This helps me support more engineers -- just like you -- take the next step toward the career and life that they desire. On Apple Podcasts, click our show, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know what you loved most about the episode!   Remember, we only spread our message when you share this episode with others that need it. So if you enjoy this podcast, please SHARE it on your social media and tag @TheHappyEngineerPodcast so I can say hi and thank you.    Also, if you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast. I'll be releasing a lot of new content including bonus episodes to the feed and, if you're not subscribed, there's a good chance you'll miss out. Subscribe now!   For all the extras related to this episode, remember to visit >>   www.theHappyEngineerPodcast.com

Speak Your Mind Unapologetically Podcast
4 Things You Can Ask For To Fast-Track Your Career

Speak Your Mind Unapologetically Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 9:01


Are you asking enough? Many people don't ask much because they feel it comes across as too demanding, too needy, or too pushy. In reality, asking is a great way to bond and build connection. Plus, it advances your goals and career. In this episode you'll discover: ✔️ 4 Things You Can Ask For To Fast-Track Your Career.   Ask me your question for the next episode here: https://www.speakpipe.com/speakyourmindquestion   Other Episodes You'll Like: 13 Bad Reasons Why You Don't Ask For What You Want: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/13-bad-reasons-why-you-dont-ask-for-what-you-want How To Find The Courage To Ask For What You Want: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/the-most-selfish-and-unreasonable-request-ive-ever-made-to-my-boss Who Is Grooming You For A Promotion? (With Gina Hope): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/who-is-grooming-you-for-a-promotion-with-gina-hope Secrets To Thrive In A New Country Or Culture (And Critical Mistakes To Avoid): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/secrets-to-thrive-in-a-new-country-or-culture-and-critical-mistakes-to-avoid   Free Resources: Ask me your question for the next episode here: https://www.speakpipe.com/speakyourmindquestion Sign up for 10 Day free Assertive And Liked Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/beassertiveandliked Free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Assertive Communication Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter   About Assertive Way: Website: https://assertiveway.com Find out about our talks and workshops: https://assertiveway.com/services/ Rate the podcast on apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Effective clinical supervision and creating leadership opportunities

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 53:50


If you're a pediatric therapist or service provider, chances are you do some form of “supervising”, whether it's in your job title or not. Part of being an effective clinical leader comes from working as a team and training others to do what we do, so kids can get support across settings. That's why it's important for you to think about how to supervise and mentor others, even if you're not in an official clinical supervision role. That's why in episode 85 of the “Are they 18 yet?®” podcast, I talked about how to navigate clinical supervision in pediatric settings. I share how to create supervision opportunities, even if supervision isn't your primary job responsibility, as well as strategies to use to mentor both new and experienced clinicians.  In this episode, I mention the School of Clinical Leadership, my program that helps pediatric therapists create the freedom to deliver services in a way that truly serves kids. To learn more about how to become a member, visit our enrollment page here.

Toxic Person Proof
Episode 349: Moving Your Career Forward with Mary Guirovich

Toxic Person Proof

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 25:39


Mary Guirovich is the CEO and Founder of My Promotion Plan, Coach and Author of God's Not Done With You – How to Advance Your Career and Live in Abundance. Mary's mission is to empower women worldwide to unlock their innate leadership potential and advance in their careers holistically.Mary discovered her process in which she teaches others from her own career experience. After she saw the success of her methods, she dedicated her career to coaching other professional women to help them design their own career paths through the My Promotion Plan systems. She also partners with entrepreneurs and corporations to create inclusive and sustainable cultures which include clear-cut career advancement paths for women.It's her goal to help women earn 1 million promotions or raises by 2030 as she works to change the perception of women in the workplace. You can connect with Mary and learn more at www.MaryGuirovich.com and www.MyPromotionPlan.comBOOK: https://www.maryguirovich.com/book-order/MASTERCLASS TO ADVANCE YOUR CAREER: https://www.maryguirovich.com/masterclass/COACHING: https://www.maryguirovich.com/About Sarah K. RamseyJoin Sarah's  FREE Facebook Group “Finding Love & Success After A Toxic Relationship”Before trying Sarah K Ramsey's programs her clients were super embarrassed because on the outside these women appeared to have it all.  However, these women had a secret...they still felt mentally chained down by their toxic partner or parent.Most women think talk therapy is the only way to heal!  Unfortunately, these women waste years trying to figure out how codependency works or rehashing their past in an office week after week trying to pick apart their childhoods.  But, Sarah's clients aren't “most people.”  They know overachievers aren't just looking to talk about their problems, they are looking for an action plan to SOLVE their problems!Check out this FREE Presentation where Sarah reveals how she does it! Check out what others have said about SarahContact Sarah

UnRuley Leadership: Breaking glass ceilings with confidence, grace and style
37 | 3 surprising myths about self-advocacy for sensitive professionals and simple mindset shifts to confidently advance your career.

UnRuley Leadership: Breaking glass ceilings with confidence, grace and style

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 35:23


Free community for sensitive professionals to rise together -> themintambition.com/community Ready to advance your career without changing your personality or drowning in an overflowing to-do list? Get my Monday morning emails, and I'll help you overcome impostor thoughts, be seen as a leader and advance your career. All while showing up with an authentic, positive presence. Instant access at -> themintambition.com Want to cleanse out all those tricky impostor thoughts? Grab my Impostor Cleanse Kit for a set of four goodies that'll increase your confidence at work -> themintambition.com/impostor-cleanse-kit Need a step-by-step blueprint on how to confidently advance your career (even if you're not 100% sure you're ready)? Get my 3-month career advancement Blueprint -> themintambition.com/blueprint Looking for your next leadership book to read? Get my Ultimate Guide to Leadership Books for a curated and organized list of over 200 of the best leadership books out there -> themintambition.com/ultimate-guide Want to go deeper and work together? Step 1: Get on the wait list for the ~FREE~ Self-Advocacy Made Easy Summit: Learn from 12 industry experts on how to feel confident speaking up for yourself, your ideas and your career -> themintambition.com/summit Step 2: Figure out the strategic next step for your career (even if you feel totally stuck in indecision) so you can STOP feeling stagnant at work and START advancing your career -> themintambition.com/ignite Step 3: Grow key leadership skills to confidently advance to your next career level. Not only will you feel confident advocating for yourself, you'll be seen as a leader by your peers and senior management. Get on the wait list for the next cohort of the Powerful Presence Society Bootcamp experience -> themintambition.com/pps Connect with me on Linked in -> www.linkedin.com/in/lizstjean Contact me > hello@themintambition.com

Behind The Numbers
Cornelia Shipley Bearyman – Culture as a Competitive Advantage

Behind The Numbers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 24:43


Today's guest learned that by enhancing the three C's: Clarity, Capability, and Capacity; organizations are empowered to exceed their objectives and desired outcomes. That's why she founded 3C Consulting. Dave Bookbinder goes Behind The Numbers with Cornelia Shipley Bearyman, Founder and CEO of 3C Consulting, and author of Design Your Life: How to Create a Meaningful Life, Advance Your Career and Live Your Dreams. In this episode, we're discussing leadership development, culture strategy, diversity, inclusion, and equality in the workplace, and the power of mindset for leadership. About the Host: Dave Bookbinder is the person that clients reach out to when they need to know what their most important assets are worth. He's a corporate finance executive with a focus on business and intellectual property valuation. Known as a collaborative adviser, Dave has served thousands of client companies of all sizes and industries. Dave is the author of two #1 best-selling books about the impact of human capital (PEOPLE!) on the valuation of a business enterprise called The NEW ROI: Return On Individuals & The NEW ROI: Going Behind The Numbers. He's on a mission to change the conversation about how the accounting world recognizes the value of people's contributions to a business enterprise, and to quantify what every CEO on the planet claims: “Our people are this company's most valuable asset.”

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Why you should plan for service delivery instead of planning for therapy

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 33:49


One of the biggest challenges for pediatric therapists is making sure their caseload has support across the day and across settings. This becomes incredibly difficult to do with limited direct therapy time and when service providers are working in silos. That's why one of the most important things you can do to serve your caseload is think about service delivery before you get stuck in the weeds of IEP goals and therapy worksheets. Zooming out and looking at the bird's eye view is the first step in expanding your thinking and finding ways to be resourceful when supporting kids.In episode 84 of the Are they 18 yet?® Podcast, I share how that strategy works. I'll explain why making this shift in thinking can help service providers:✅Ensuring kids get the support they need across settings, even if direct treatment time is limited.✅Leading an IEP team to make better decisions, even if you're not an administrator or the case manager.✅Uncovering creative solutions for serving your caseload, even if you're bumping up against red tape and time limitations~Dr. KarenP.S. In this episode, I mention the School of Clinical Leadership, my program that helps pediatric therapists create the freedom to deliver services in a way that truly serves kids. To learn more about how to become a member, visit our enrollment page here. 

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
How to provide high-quality support for your caseload with the "asset stack" method

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 21:39


A lot of your clinical training taught you how to be a good clinician.But often it doesn't teach you how to "work the system" and get your kids what they need.The truth is, you can't make an impact without autonomy over your time, without adequate tools, without the right people, support, and financial resources. In the system you're working in, these things are limited. You may not have enough of these things right NOW to make the impact you want.But you can change that by putting yourself in a more influential position.We can do that using a concept that I called “asset stacking”. In episode 83 of the Are they 18 yet?® Podcast, I share how that strategy works. Using the concepts of "asset stacking", I was able to do things like: ✅Complete my doctorate while working full time as a school SLP, without taking out any student loans.✅Do a pilot study on a speech therapy flex-schedule model, so I could do more classroom observation, consults, and make up sessions.✅Conduct a program evaluation to help develop my districts' RtI protocol (even though I wasn't in an official administrative position).✅Create new extended school-year criteria so an entire cohort of students could access summer services for the duration of their elementary years.✅Start an online education business (focused on serving clinicians) while I was working a full-time job.Most productivity strategies don't work because they don't show you how to "stack" assets and create real leverage.  But when I learned to apply this "stacking" concept to my work, I was able to create some amazing partnerships which led to much more comprehensive and effective services for my caseload.~Dr. KarenP.S. The “asset stack” method is something I teach in a new online training for pediatric clinicians (SLPs, psychs, social workers, and other service providers). It's called “How to provide top-notch support for your caseload using the “asset stack” method (even in a system loaded with constraints)”. You can sign up for this free training here. 

Happen to Your Career
How To Use Pivots To Advance Your Career With Jesse Janelle

Happen to Your Career

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 37:23 Very Popular


Jesse Janelle, HTYC coach, discusses her multiple career pivots and how she ignored what society was telling her she “should do” and paid attention to what she enjoyed doing and what came naturally to her. What you'll learn How to find your ideal career by dissecting pieces of your past roles How to say no when you need to uphold your boundaries How to craft the best version of your career story when making career pivots The importance of finding common threads between your roles, especially when switching industries   Our new book, Happen To Your Career: An Unconventional Approach To Career Change and Meaningful Work, is out now! Visit happentoyourcareer.com/book for more information or buy the book now! Have career change questions or want to make an introduction? Email scott@happentoyourcareer.com  Want to chat with someone on the team about your situation? Schedule a conversation   Free Resources What career fits you? Join our free 8 Day Mini Course to figure it out!  Career Change Guide - Learn how high-performers discover their ideal career and find meaningful, well-paid work without starting over.   Related Episodes Six Career Experiments To Help You Discover Your Ideal New Role (Spotify / Apple Podcasts) An Overthinker's Guide To Making Better Career Decisions (Spotify /Apple Podcasts)

Beyond the Rut Podcast
Prepare Your Field for Rain to Advance Your Career

Beyond the Rut Podcast

Play Episode Play 34 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 29:25 Transcription Available


The key to career growth is not only setting goals, but also having the right behavior competencies and taking on stretch assignments. As you move up the ladder, you will need to continuously develop these skills in order to be successful. See the show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/328.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit https://www.basedonatruestorypodcast.com/ for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
The Danger of the Comfort Zone

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 45:36


In episode 82 of the “Are they 18 yet?®” Podcast, I sit down with my friend and mentor Stephanie Hayes and talk about comfort zones. I share my experiences within the context of my personal business, but this applies to therapists as well. Specifically, I share how the pandemic impacted the way I provide services and online education; plus some “convenient” excuses I used for avoiding work that felt scary or uncomfortable. Ultimately, everyone has that “thing” (or things) that causes discomfort. In this episode, I share what mine is, plus some things I'm doing to work through it.~Dr. KarenIn this episode, I mentioned the School of Clinical Leadership.The School of Clinical Leadership is a program for pediatric clinicians supporting K-12 kids that want to find their own path for career growth that feels aligned, inspiring, empowered and completely, truly their own. You can learn more about how to become a member here.

Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer
Stop Trying to Fix Your Boss and Advance Your Career Instead

Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 24:35


Ep #147: Stop Trying to Fix Your Boss and Advance Your Career InsteadWhich would you rather do: Fix your boss? Or get promoted to the executive suite? Because you can only pick one. The problem with fixing your boss is that it holds you back from doing what you need to do to advance your career. And the solution is to stop working on your boss and to start working on yourself. So in this episode of Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer, I'll give you a very specific, actionable process so you can stop trying to fix your boss and step into your unique executive presence instead.Join us inside my group coaching intensive, Executive Ahead of Time.

Beyond the Rut Podcast
How to Advance Your Career with ROI

Beyond the Rut Podcast

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 21:00 Transcription Available


In order to demonstrate your value at your current or future organization, it is important to be able to discuss how your performance impacts the return on investment (ROI) for your salary.In this episode, Scott Greene from Llama Lounge discusses with Jerry how to talk about your work in terms of return on investment. When we are able to show our organizations that the salary paid to us was multiplied back to them, we are showing a return on investment.That can come in the form of increased revenue or decreased overhead (costs) through improved processes, reduced staff turnover, fewer accidents, and so on. Talking about your accomplishments in terms of financial impact helps companies see your impact on the bottom line. It distinguishes you from the rest of the crowd.W. Scott Greene from Llama LeadershipScott is a retired U.S. Air Force Senior Enlisted Leader with extensive experience in the healthcare community.  He is currently the Organizational Development Manager at the City of Corpus Christi. He holds several leadership and development certifications including Certified Mental Health First Aid Facilitator with the National Council for Behavioral Health, Shipley Communications' Four Lenses, EI Learning Systems' Emotional Intelligence Certification, and Facilitator for Satori Alternatives for Managing Aggression. You can connect with W. Scott Greene on LinkedIn.Host your podcast on Buzzsprout using this link, and you will get great service plus a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for one of their paid plans. BeyondTheRut.com/buzzsprout. Llama Lounge is a proud member of the Lima Charlie Network. You can listen to episodes of Llama Leadership as they apply military leadership lessons to help you improve yourself in life, learning, and leadership at LlamaLeadership.com. The Lima Charlie Network is a group of veterans and civilians working together to empower others to reach new heights in leadership, self-development, and communication. Learn more at

Hoang's World | Helping Occupational Therapist Become Experts
How to Advance Your Career as an OT!

Hoang's World | Helping Occupational Therapist Become Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 45:12


How to Advance Your Career as an OT! Tons of questions today! I'm ready to help you think about what you can do to advance your career as an OT. Visit us here https://handtherapysecrets.com/ Why Hand Therapy Mentorship? Without hands-on and problem-solving skills, it's hard to advance your career in hand therapy. It can cost you money by not getting the hours/job. It can cost you the position in the setting you want. You don't feel confident about what to say to your patients. You feel uncertain that you are providing the right treatments and recommendations. You can't get the hours, or experience to sit for the exam to become a Certified Hand Therapist. Watch The Video on YouTube https://youtu.be/lGmld3Ii2YU

The Ladies Who Lead
Passed Over to Promoted

The Ladies Who Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 51:38


Mary Guirovich opens up about being passed over to promoted and how she uses her gifts to support ambitious women to actualize their highest potential so they can maximize their impact, income, and influence. I loved hearing about her latest book. Guest:Mary Guirovich is the CEO and Founder of My Promotion Plan, Coach, and Author of God's Not Done With You – How to Advance Your Career and Live in Abundance. Mary's mission is to empower women worldwide to unlock their innate leadership potential and advance in their careers holistically.Mary discovered her process in which she teaches others from her own career experience. After she saw the success of her methods, she dedicated her career to coaching other professional women to help them design their own career paths through the My Promotion Plan systems. She also partners with entrepreneurs and corporations to create inclusive and sustainable cultures, including clear-cut career advancement paths for women.She aims to help women earn 1 million promotions or raises by 2030 as she works to change the perception of women in the workplace. You can connect with Mary and learn more at www.MaryGuirovich.com and www.MyPromotionPlan.comHostSK VaughnResources6 Keys to Success - DownloadableDefining Success on Your Own Terms - EpisodeLet's ConnectInstagram |  Newsletter | Website

The Career Confidante
How to Advance Your Career as a Latina Professional

The Career Confidante

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 53:28


Latina professionals face unique challenges in the workplace. In this episode of The Career Confidante, host Marie Zimenoff welcomes coach and human resources expert, Vicky Sanchez. Together they discuss the challenges Latina professionals face and how they can take action to advance their careers. Vicky shares how professionals can find mentors and advocates, communicate their career goals, and more. Vicky provides data on the pay gap Latina professionals face and salary negotiation tips - for a raise or during a job search. She also shares how organizations can build more inclusive cultures and work to close the gap systemically. If you are looking for tips to get that promotion, close the pay gap, or be a more inclusive leader, listen in!

HR Like a Boss
69. HR Like a Boss with Kristin Harper

HR Like a Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 26:22


HR Like a Boss is back! And we are so happy to be starting this new season off with Kristin Harper! On this episode, Kristin talks all about leadership and development, the importance of knowing oneself, and the future of flexibility at work. About Kristin Kristin Harper is the founder and CEO of Driven to Succeed, LLC, a leadership development company that provides brand strategy consulting, market research, keynotes on leadership and emotional intelligence, and career coaching for Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, and rising leaders. She's known for building brands and helping people accelerate their careers using head and heart. An award-winning businesswoman, Kristin went from college intern to a Global Vice President of a Fortune 15 company in her 30s. Throughout her career, she led global iconic brands including Crest®, Oral-B®, and Hershey's KISSES®. Now she and her team help brands uncover insights to drive growth through research, brainstorming, and innovation. Kristin is a wife and mother to three, and author of The Heart of a Leader: 52 Emotional Intelligence Insights to Advance Your Career and Love's Resurrection: A Spiritual Journey through Marriage, Divorce and Remarrying the Same Man. About HR Like a Boss HR Like a Boss centers around the concept that with the right passion to be and think different, HR and business professionals can do amazingly awesome HR. People who do HR like a boss understand business concepts, what makes people tick, and how to approach HR as more than a compliance or cost center. This podcast builds the foundation for John Bernatovicz's upcoming book, "HR Like a Boss." If you're ready to take your HR career to the next level, this is the podcast for you. Share any comments with bridgette@willory.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/willory/message

Fierce Calling with Doris Swift
Mary Guirovich: Partnering with God in Advancing Your Career

Fierce Calling with Doris Swift

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 37:05


Women face unique challenges when desiring to advance in their careers. Partnering with God in advancing your career is a must. My guest today is Mary Guirovich, author, speaker, and career coach. She helps women realize their value, produce a strategic career plan, and increase their influence wherever God places them. The creator of My Promotion Plan, Mary helps women proactively move forward in the work they love to do. I know what Mary shares will encourage, inspire, and challenge you, so listen in while I have a chat with Mary Guirovich. Fierce Calling is on the Spark Network, which can be found on the Edifi App! Fierce Calling is one of many Christian podcasts available on the Edifi app. To listen to this podcast and other amazing Christian podcasts, go to the Apple or Google Play stores and download the app today! You can also find amazing Christian podcasts on Access More! Favorite Quotes from Partnering with God in Advancing Your Career "... a lot of us have an inner critic...that's not peace.""... work is actually using the gifts and the creative energy that the Lord has given us to serve others in a loving way.""Our true value is not found in our paychecks--it's found in the love of Jesus Christ." --Mary Guirovich Connect with Mary and learn about partnering with God in advancing your career! Connect with Mary at maryguirovich.com and www.MyPromotionPlan.com, grab her book and check out her courses mentioned in the show! Mary Guirovich Mary Guirovich is the CEO and Founder of My Promotion Plan, Coach, and Author of God's Not Done With You – How to Advance Your Career and Live in Abundance. Mary's mission is to empower women worldwide to unlock their innate leadership potential and advance in their careers holistically. Mary discovered her process, which she teaches others from her own career experience. After she saw the success of her methods, she dedicated her career to coaching other professional women to help them design their own career paths through the My Promotion Plan systems. Connect with Doris! I'd love to hear how Fierce Calling has blessed you! Leave me a message on my contact page at dorisswift.com. Scroll down and grab my free resources, and when you do, you will also receive my free monthly newsletter with more encouragement! Love Fierce Calling? By following, rating, and leaving a review over at Podchaser, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to podcasts you can help others discover the show too! Do You Need a Speaker for Your Next Women's Event? Check out my speaking page, grab my flyer, and let's talk about me speaking at your next women's event... I love speaking God's truth into the lives of women! Free Gifts for You... Grab one of my free downloads by scrolling down to the bottom of the page! Love & God's Perfect Peace to You!

Work For Humans
7 Rules For Gaining Power and Influence Within Your Organization | Jeffrey Pfeffer

Work For Humans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 56:21


What comes to mind when you hear the word power? Whether or not you're ambivalent about the idea of power, there's no denying its role in the workplace. From bureaucracy and hierarchy to performance reviews and incentive plans, power dynamics are on full display in the workplace. So how can we show up powerfully at work and wield influence within our organizations? Dr. Jeffrey Pfeffer is a professor of organizational behavior at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He's the author of many books including The Human Equation, Dying For Paycheck, and most recently The 7 Rules of Power: Surprising–but True–Advice on How to Get Things Done and Advance Your Career.  In this episode, Dart and Jeffrey discuss the thesis of Jeffrey's recent book The 7 Rules of Power. They discuss the relationship between power and formal titles, how leaders rise to the top, how to gain power and influence, how companies can generate higher profits by putting people first, and much more. Topics Include:- Why people are ambivalent about power - Defining power, influence, and control- The purpose of power  - Dying for a paycheck - The knowing-doing gap - Gaining influence with powerful people- The modern plight of HR departments - And other topics… Jeffrey Pfeffer is the Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, where he has taught since 1979. Before Stanford, Jeffrey taught at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Illinois. Jeffrey has been a visiting professor at Harvard Business School, London Business School, Singapore Management University, and IESE in Barcelona. He has given talks in 39 countries and received an honorary doctorate from Tilburg University in The Netherlands. He currently writes a twice-monthly column for Fortune.com, and in the past has written for Business 2.0, the CEIBS Business Review (China), Capital Magazine (Turkey), and for numerous other blogs in the U.S. He is also the author of several books including the Human Equation, The Knowing-Doing Gap, Dying for a Paycheck, Hard Facts, Managing with Power, and the 7 Rules of Power. Jeffrey currently serves on the board of Berlin Packaging and a nonprofit, Quantum Leap HealthcareResources Mentioned:7 Rules of Power by Jeffrey Pfeffer: https://www.amazon.com/Rules-Power-Surprising-but-True-Advice-Advance-ebook/dp/B09FPGBG22 The Human Equation by Jeffrey Pfeffer: https://www.amazon.com/Human-Equation-Building-Profits-Putting/dp/0875848419The No Asshole Rule by Robert Sutton: https://www.amazon.com/The-No-Asshole-Rule-audiobook/dp/B000NOKBYSInfluence by Robert B. Cialdini: https://www.amazon.com/Influence-Psychology-Persuasion-Robert-Cialdini/dp/006124189X  

Be Better - BHGRE
How To Use Media To Advance Your Career | Lloyd George - 031

Be Better - BHGRE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 31:54


Project manager by day and podcast influencer by night, Lloyd George has used media to connect to new people, try new opportunities, and fuel his passions. In today's episode of the Be Better podcast, Lloyd joins Donald to discuss his work and how he's used media to get where he wants to go.  Lloyd's professional background wasn't traditional:  He wasn't an A-student and knew college wouldn't work. That, plus his lack of funding, made it an easy choice not to go. What Lloyd did know, however, was how to build relationships.  Similar to many people, he's very conscious of how people around him see him as. He's since learned to put himself first and ensure his work, passions, and time are spent doing things that make him and his family happy. Determining your next steps in life: Write down the goals you want to achieve within your personal or professional life.  The most important thing you can do is to build relationships. Each day, go to LinkedIn and connect with two people. Then, when you need a job or a different career, you'll have a network of 600 people to reach out to who know and like you. If you aren't going to connect with individual people, join organizations or online forum groups to see internal information and find advocates for you based on similar interests and passions.  How has media enhanced his ability to manifest opportunities? As Lloyd has integrated into podcasting opportunities, different companies and people have seen his content that he's posted on LinkedIn. When he traveled to Podcast Movement, he found professionals willing to vouch for him for job opportunities based solely on his content.  The beauty of social media - you are the expert on your thoughts. You don't need permission from anyone to create content or share your thoughts. A lack of experience isn't solely a negative thing. Content creators who are new to an industry can often bring a fresh perspective that others might agree with. How can people take advantage of media? Social media allows you to test. If you want to create content for a specific audience, you can trial run different forms of media or various topics until you find something that works. Lloyd's major takeaway? The opportunities and potential available on social media are endless. While the potential is limitless, be cautious and set boundaries with your online presence to feel safe and positive. Be Better Episode Resources: Follow our host, Donald Kelly, on Instagram and Tik Tok.  Connect with Lloyd on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Tik Tok. Like, subscribe, and listen to the Be Better podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and anywhere else podcasts can be found. You can help build a better world. Help Better Homes and Gardens fight homelessness across the world by donating at bhgre.com/newstory. With a goal to raise $100,000 by the end of 2022, your contributions will go directly to supporting those affected and helping build a world with homes for everyone. This episode is brought to you in part by Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate. Looking for a new role that allows you to become your own boss, create your own schedule, and have excellent income potential without the headache of starting a new business? Become an agent with Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate, an American icon trusted in all things related to the home. Explore career options at bhgrecareer.com/.

Happen to Your Career
The Power Of Using Your Strengths To Advance Your Career

Happen to Your Career

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 35:43 Very Popular


What if you were promoted 4 times over 7 years, each time into a role that fit you better and better? That's what Maggie did by digging into her strengths and learning how to use them to her advantage. By leaning into her strengths and pivoting into roles that she fully aligned with, Maggie had the satisfaction of finally being able to be herself at work.  What you'll learn The importance of staying true to yourself in your career search and roles (and how your strengths can help you do just that!)  How to use your strengths to continually tweak your career trajectory  The strategy of negotiation through silence How exploring your signature strengths can lead to work you actually enjoy   Visit happentoyourcareer.com/book to learn all about Scott's upcoming book!  Have career change questions or want to make an introduction? Email scott@happentoyourcareer.com  Want to chat with someone on the team about your situation? Schedule a conversation   Free Resources What career fits you? Join our free 8 Day Mini Course to figure it out!  Career Change Guide - Learn how high-performers discover their ideal career and find meaningful, well-paid work without starting over.   Related Episodes Discover Your Strengths to Find Your Ideal Career (Spotify / Apple Podcasts) How to Figure Out What You Really Want (Spotify / Apple Podcasts)

Hoang's World | Helping Occupational Therapist Become Experts
Advancing Your Career in Occupational Therapy

Hoang's World | Helping Occupational Therapist Become Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 44:04


Tons of questions today! I'm ready to help you think about what you can do to advance your career as an OT. https://handtherapysecrets.com/looking-for-mentorship-in-hand-therapy/ Why Hand Therapy Mentorship? Without hands-on and problem-solving skills, it's hard to advance your career in hand therapy. It can cost you money by not getting the hours/job. It can cost you the position in the setting you want. You don't feel confident about what to say to your patients. You feel uncertain that you are providing the right treatments and recommendations. You can't get the hours, or experience to sit for the exam to become a Certified Hand Therapist. See the Video here Advance Your Career in Occupational Therpayand Subscribe to my YouTube Channel

The Leadership Podcast
TLP322: Making Influence Your Superpower

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 56:31


Dr. Zoe Chance is a professor at the Yale School of Management, and is the author of Influence Is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen. Her framework for behavior change is the foundation for Google's global food policy. In this conversation, Zoe describes forms of influence and discusses how good relationships lead to good work. She challenges the people to use influence for the greater good, not just for individual purposes.   https://bit.ly/TLP-322   Key Takeaways [2:11] Zoe, a sci-fi fan, named her daughter Ripley after Ellen Ripley from Aliens. [5:16] Almost all of us, even the most successful, have negative feelings about influence strategies or tactics, but almost all of us would also like to be more influential. Influence has a bad rap. We think of it as distasteful. With new science, Zoe is bringing back the idea of influence as a leadership trait. [7:06] People have different definitions of influence and manipulation. Zoe considers influence to be anything that shifts someone's thinking or behavior, including manipulation, persuasion, behavioral economics, coercion, military might, and incentives. Manipulation is someone trying to influence a person in an underhanded way with a motive that does not align with the well-being of the person. [8:13] Behavioral economics nudges are mostly imperceptible, but would not be upsetting to people being influenced for their best interest, such as attempts to get people to save more for retirement. [9:48] Over the past year, up to the rise of bad inflation, employees have had a lot of power, and companies were desperate to hire. There's been a crisis in the service industry. Now the power is shifting to employers. They want people to be there but, for the most part, they don't have good reasons for wanting people to be there. Humu's Laszlo Bock asks, “Why, to look over their shoulder?” [11:51] Jan, Zoe, and Jim discuss whether most companies need to have their employees in the office, and how the return to the office is being handled. [13:51] Jim finds that in-person meetings are much more effective than online meetings that are filled with side-text meetings within the meeting. Jim also observes the need to train new college graduates in the culture of the organization. A culture needs to be maintained and groomed like a garden and that happens better in person. [15:31] Zoe would like to see leaders be better able to create the culture that they want. Bringing people back to the office to experience a negative culture is a horrible plan. [17:19] Jim contrasts the freedom of travel and the restrictions of the cube farm he experienced early in his career. He didn't like working in a cube and it affected his career. Now, since the pandemic, everyone has enjoyed freedom, and once freedom has been enjoyed it's hard for it to be taken away. Zoe says taking freedoms and privileges away will cause a rebellion; she shares an example from a bank. [20:26] Zoe shares a story featuring the Magic Question “What would it take for that to never happen again?”, and how to use it. It acknowledges that the people you are trying to influence know much more about their life than you do. It's not perceived as pressure to follow your advice and it can lead to a commitment to the positive outcome you want. [26:05] Zoe gives a shoutout to the veterans who come through the Yale School of Management. The professors love to have veterans in their classes because they are good listeners, and pay attention to the professors, their colleagues, and their classmates. They amplify other people's ideas and ask follow-up questions; they only speak when they feel they have something important to share. [28:16] Zoe tells about her TEDx talk, “How to Make a Behavior Addictive.” She tells how a pedometer injured her body, her marriage, and her relationships. She is vulnerable to technology. Social media is addictive because it's designed carefully to keep your attention. There is evidence that social media does much more harm than good. Zoe has studied the psychology that makes people want to come back. [31:28] Zoe explains the manipulative and negative power of variable intermittent rewards. If someone is using variable intermittent rewards to manipulate you, it's an unhealthy relationship. Social media does that to us constantly. [35:38] Zoe shares advice for leaders on having difficult conversations involving challenging feedback. Have these conversations as soon as you realize that there's something amiss, ideally, that day. If you are giving criticism, the longer you wait, the more betrayed the person feels because you've been harboring resentment against them. Having the practice of bringing it up as soon as you can is life-changing. [39:35] How can you have more power within your organization? Internalize the idea that good work comes from good relationships. Reach out to get to know challenging people in other departments and ask questions. “How is this going for you? It's kind of been a struggle for me and I'd like to understand your perspective.” It's hard for people not to like you when you reach out and connect with them. [41:42] Research shows men's social and professional networks overlap a lot while women's social and professional networks do not. If you are a woman, Zoe advises you to reach out to women and men at work, especially if you're not already friends with lots of people at work. You will find a friendly rapport and reciprocity that leads to things happening more easily. Men usually have better networks. [43:41] As Zoe was writing Influence Is Your Superpower, she asked a group of people about negotiations. Only 40% of men and 17% of women said they like or love negotiating. When she asked another group to describe their most recent negotiation, their adjectives were overwhelmingly positive. About 80% of them had had a good result and felt empowered! [47:54] Zoe discusses power in an organization. Influence works the same in leadership and relationships. The idea that a leader should never apologize because apologizing gives up power is wrong to Zoe. You build a lot of social capital by apologizing at the right time, in the right way, and by taking responsibility. That's powerful! [49:44] Zoe provides an anecdote that listeners can copy about a leader raising his status by sharing the spotlight. Jess Cain VP of Customer Service at Eversource has a 96% employee engagement rating by sharing a short weekly voicemail including a spotlight on two different team members. She has 1,500 members on her team. Jan notes also that people support what they help create. [53:27] Zoe's challenge to listeners: Challenge the frame of consumerism. Thinking of ourselves as consumers has caused the climate crisis. Think about using your influence in the grand scheme and not just for your benefit. Be a role model. Zoe is donating half the profits from her book to 350.org. [56:00] Closing quote: “Think twice before you speak because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another.” — Napoleon Hill.   Quotable Quotes “Almost all of us, … have mixed feelings about influence. … If I ask people …  what are three adjectives that come to mind when you think of influence tactics, [it's] yucky, greedy, manipulative. … When I ask … ‘Would you like to be more influential?”, all of them say, yes.” “Employees have been more productive at home than they have been at work, … but it hasn't changed the fact that employers want employees to come back.” “Employers that offer more flexibility are going to do much better in the long run, because they'll be able to recruit the best talent.” “As most academics do, we collaborate with people that we never see and that's partly because we're introverted and so we're kind of happy to be in our little cave. But there's no problem with collaborating with people that you don't see.” “If you want to onboard new people and help them make friends; to have informal conversations and collaborations, OK, that's great. We just don't need to all be at the office every single day, or even every single week, right?” “Plenty of surveys have shown that leaders are actually out of touch about the real culture of their company. … the actual reality is kind of a crappy culture. It's horrible to bring people back to the office to experience the crappy culture.” “Bringing people back to the office or allowing people to work remotely has a differential impact on women and people of color and various groups. So there's more equality when we have more flexibility. That's another reason I'm generally in favor of giving people flexibility.” “Every freedom, every privilege, should be so carefully and thoughtfully doled out with the expectation that what you're giving an employee is going to be in perpetuity, or there's going to be a rebellion.” “When she's asking this {Magic Question], she's respectfully acknowledging ‘Listen, you know all kinds of things that I don't know,” which is always the case with the people we're trying to influence. They know all kinds of things about their life that we don't.” “The most addictive piece [of social media] … is called ‘variable intermittent rewards.'” “We also often don't really realize what our expectations are until they get violated.” “Just internalize the idea that good work comes from good relationships.” “There is a ‘liking' gap of 12%, where people like you 12% more than you think that they do. And this very much includes people who you have some bit of conflict or strife with.” “The majority … have this idea of negotiations that … comes from the movies. … We don't directly observe many negotiations and we're just not realizing that in our lives, most of the time when we're negotiating, it goes pretty well. … Negotiation is not as bad as we think."   Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Rafti Advisors. LLC Self-Reliant Leadership. LLC Dr. Zoe Chance Dr. Zoe Chance on LinkedIn Yale School of Management Influence Is Your Superpower: The Science of Winning Hearts, Sparking Change, and Making Good Things Happen, by Zoe Chance Google “How Google Optimized Healthy Office Snacks,” by Zoe Chance,  Ravi Dhar,  Michelle Hatzis,  and Michiel Bakker Aliens Resident Alien Robert Cialdini Daniel Kahneman Laszlo Bock from Humu Gloria Steinem “How to Make a Behavior Addictive,” Zoe Chance, TEDxMillRiver Jeffrey Pfeffer 7 Rules of Power: Surprising—but True—Advice on How to Get Things Done and Advance Your Career, by Jeffrey Pfeffer Eversource Energy Jessica Cain 350.org Corporate Competitor Podcast, with Don Yaeger  

The elevateHER Podcast
The 4 secret ingredients to advance your career into a leadership role

The elevateHER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 20:36


Are you showing up as a leader or a follower? Maybe you think being a shadow and working endless hours each day is the key to your promotion. For six to seven years of my ten-year career, I was working on the wrong things because I had the wrong presumptions of what it took to get a promotion. When I did get a promotion, I thought I got it because I was working hard, staying late, and going the extra mile. In this episode, I share the four secret ingredients to advancing your career into a leadership role without running out of hours each day.   Highlights from this episode:  The misconceptions about getting promoted (2:47) Demonstrating your ability to lead (4:51) Leading yourself to lead others (7:43) Developing your leadership identity (10:17) Showing up in service to others (13:20) Taking responsibility and making decisions as a leader (14:36)   From today onwards, decide that you will take responsibility and start to wear the identity of a leader, respond and show up as a leader in every situation you can. As always, if you have questions or want to go through this and know you need the support, drop me a DM with the word elevate. We will talk about how I can support you in developing this leadership identity, and if you want to step into the next level in your career, I invite you to join me on a virtual career game plan call.    Mentioned Resources: Episode 46: Responsibility is the key to your career freedom   Connect with Rebecca: LinkedIn Instagram    Thank you for tuning into my podcast. Please follow, share with your business besties if you enjoyed the show, and leave a review.    Let's continue the conversation on how we can break through those terror barriers and do what truly aligns with us. Feel free to join me on Instagram to continue the conversation!

The Cognitive Crucible
#108 Jocelyn Brady on Brain Play

The Cognitive Crucible

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 39:19


The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, Jocelyn Brady discusses the importance of brain play. She creates engaging, educational “tiny tip” videos which teach ways for people to live healthier and happier lives while simultaneously teaching cognitive subjects. Research Question: Jocelyn wants researchers to figure out how we get kids to understand better fundamental concepts about their own brains–especially neuroplasticity, which can be viewed as a general umbrella term that refers to the brain's ability to modify, change, and adapt both structure and function throughout life and in response to experience. Resources: Let's Play with Your Brain Tiny Tips YouTube Channel WHAT ONLINE-OFFLINE (O-O) CONVERGENCE MEANS FOR THE FUTURE OF CONFLICT By Sean A. Guillory & John T. Carrola [VR Human Documentary] Mother meets her deceased daughter through VR technology Reading on a smartphone affects sigh generation, brain activity, and comprehension Play: How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul by Stuart Brown, Christopher Vaugha 7 Rules of Power: Surprising--but True--Advice on How to Get Things Done and Advance Your Career by Jeffrey Pfeffer Link to full show notes and resources https://information-professionals.org/episode/cognitive-crucible-episode-108 Guest Bio:  Jocelyn Brady is a writer, edutainer and professional brain coach & behavior designer who thrives at the intersection of comedy, storytelling and unraveling the mysteries of the human brain. When she's not being the Bill Nye of the brain (as the creator and host of Tiny Tips, the Internet's favorite way to Brain), Jocelyn applies her certified NeuroLeadership and Tiny Habits coaching chops to help creative visionaries play to their brains' greatest potential. In her past life—as an award-winning copywriter, Creative Director and agency CEO—Jocelyn led narrative strategy and international storytelling training for some of the world's biggest brands. She also produced and co-hosted Party Time, a standup comedy and storytelling show featuring talent who went on to write or perform for Conan, Colbert and Comedy Central. All while managing to keep her two cats and houseplants alive. Jocelyn's first book, tentatively titled Your Brain is a Magical Asshat, is slated for publication next year… Probably. About: The Information Professionals Association (IPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring the role of information activities, such as influence and cognitive security, within the national security sector and helping to bridge the divide between operations and research. Its goal is to increase interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars and practitioners and policymakers with an interest in this domain. For more information, please contact us at communications@information-professionals.org. Or, connect directly with The Cognitive Crucible podcast host, John Bicknell, on LinkedIn. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, 1) IPA earns from qualifying purchases, 2) IPA gets commissions for purchases made through links in this post.

Dream Job with Danielle Cobo Podcast
Betting on You: Taking Risks to Advance Your Career with Laurie Ruettimann

Dream Job with Danielle Cobo Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 21:51 Transcription Available


If you're seeking ways to improve the quality of your life and make it more fulfilling, then this episode is for you. In a world where businesses prioritize profitability over employee satisfaction and workers become increasingly isolated, ensuring your well-being is imperative. Although taking risks can be intimidating, the same logic also says that in our brave new world, there are more opportunities than ever before- so what if things go wrong? It is actually easier than you think, despite how it sounds. In this episode, we offer tips on how to take risks, so you can build a thriving career and fulfilling life.In This Episode You Will Learn About: Safeguard your well-beingTaking risks and betting on yourselfSmart and healthy ways to advance your career"Your work is not your worth" - Laurie RuettimannFREE Crush Your Quota Masterclass and Workbook: https://bit.ly/3xXy8UFREE Attract Your Dream Job Masterclass and Workbook: https://bit.ly/3xXy8UFREE Business Building Checklist: https://bit.ly/3xXy8UFREE Burnout to Fired Up Workbook: https://bit.ly/3xXy8Um  Schedule your Career Discovery Call Today: https://bit.ly/3OnuLLOBook: Betting on You: How to Put Yourself First and (Finally) Take Control of Your Careerhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/1250269806/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_CT444MQHQ5BCAYSBSQ6FLet's Connect! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniellecobo/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedaniellecobo/DREAM JOB FB Community:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/2826110370979215/About our guest:For over 20 years, Laurie Ruettimann has been telling work-life stories and building groundbreaking solutions to drive better employment experiences, increase retention rates, and improve job satisfaction. Laurie is a former human resources leader turned writer, entrepreneur, and speaker. Her work has been featured on NPR, The New Yorker, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and Vox. Her book Betting On You: How to Put Yourself First and (Finally) Take Control of Your Career was published in January 2021.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurieruettimann/ Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts"Danielle is so Uplifting."

Sticky Brand Lab Podcast
#095 - What Is Identity Capital And Why It Can Help Advance Your Career with Nikki Sherin

Sticky Brand Lab Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 33:52 Transcription Available


Do I have what it takes to start a business? Where do I want to go professionally? How do I get there? These are questions most of us ask ourselves when it's time for a career change. So how can you take the assets you've acquired with your identity capital and map out a new career path? To find out, co-hosts Lori Vajda and Nola Boea talked to former chef Nikki Sherin, who used her Identity Capital to become an event marketer and marketing lead for one of the largest IT events in the world.Thanks for Listening!Ready to start your business or grow your personal brand? Schedule a free 20 min. consultation call now. If you enjoyed this show, make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you'll never miss an episode. Want to get to know us more? Find out more about us and our services at Sticky Brand LabWe love hearing from you! Leave or speak your message hereIf you haven't already, please connect with us on Facebook! Would you like to be a featured guest or have your question, comment or review mentioned? Ask Muse!Business success strategies are in the works. Come have a listen!In This Episode You'll Learn How the things you put your time and energy into (identity capital) become what you are known for (your identity).Your journey and the elements that have formed who you are, are assets of your Identity Capital you use to purchase' a new job, career advancement, or entrepreneurship.There are many ways to build capital including a degree, your hobby, the books you've read, travel and more.  How investing in that thing that motivates you, will put you on a path towards a satisfying professional and personal life.Key points Lori and Nola are sharing in this episode:(03:24:43) Identity capital explained and how to build yours so you can acquire ‘metaphorical' wealth to propel you professionally. (10:23.26) Even your most unique skills and seemingly irrelevant jobs can be used to build your capital, regardless of your age or stage of personal and professional development.(14:19:70) Whether you're looking to switch careers, start a business or go for a promotion, this is how do you pull out and redefine your past as identity capital rather than it just being your job history.(20:05:94) You've got a career portfolio. How do you take your experience, reframe it as identity capital, and currency to buy the things that you want?Resources You can subscribe to Lori and Nola's show, (we love you and want to make it easy) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.ConvertKit: Our #1 Favorite Email Marketing Platform   (This is an affiliate link)Podcast Transcript

This Week in Startups - Audio
The Blueprint E1: Branding yourself, + Jeffrey Pfeffer on the 7 Rules of Power | E1507

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 77:24


Today we kick off our new series, "The Blueprint." Jason gives practical advice on how to brand yourself (1:33). Then, Jason sits down with Stanford professor and author Jeffrey Pfeffer to talk about his new book, "7 Rules of Power: Surprising--but True--Advice on How to Get Things Done and Advance Your Career" (14:36). (0:00) Jason tees up today's show! (1:33) The Blueprint E1: branding yourself (13:39) Visa. Learn more about Visa's online Small Business Hub at Visa.com/smallbusinesshub. (14:36) Jeffrey Pfeffer speaks about his book “7 rules of Power” (28:26) LinkedIn Marketing - Get a $100 LinkedIn ad credit at https://linkedin.com/thisweekinstartups (29:56) Break the rules: Why are people so uncomfortable breaking the rules? (37:41) OpenPhone - Get an extra 20% off any plan for your first 6 months at https://openphone.com/twist (38:58) Show up in a powerful fashion: body language (41:45) Building a brand (50:12) Use your power (53:53) Trump using his power (56:46) Once you have power, what you did will be forgiven forgotten or both (1:01:42) Q&A: how do introverts exert power? (1:02:46) Best networking tips

Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer
5 Women's Leadership Tips You Can Use to Advance Your Career Right Now

Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 26:18


Ep #132: 5 Women's Leadership Tips You Can Use to Advance Your Career Right NowEarlier on in my career, I was a cookie cutter leadership coach for corporate women. And this experience of training women to be amazing leaders is the foundation for all of the work I do today. But…It has its downsides. I've seen first hand how the standard women's leadership advice could help women get better at their jobs…but not actually help them advance to the executive suite. That's why the work I'm doing on this podcast, in my book, and in my programs has grown beyond the standard women's leadership advice. I call it: Women's Leadership 2.0. But even though I am all about this next-level style of women's leadership, I know there are some critical building blocks from Women's Leadership 1.0 that you may still be missing. So in this episode of Maximize Your Career with Stacy Mayer, I'm going back to basics and sharing five foundational skills that every woman leader needs to know.Join us inside my group coaching intensive, Executive Ahead of Time.

ART of Feminine NEGOTIATION
110: Negotiating Best Relationships with Sponsors & Mentors to Advance Your Career

ART of Feminine NEGOTIATION

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 21:00


When looking to advance your career there is a constellation of relationships to consider – from coaches to mentors to allies to sponsors to connectors. In this episode, Cindy Watson demystifies the process and sets you up with quick tips on how to best utilize these relationships to advance your career.   You'll cover:   Difference between mentors, sponsors, allies, coaches and connectors Why you need them How to choose your mentors How to best maintain your healthy mentor relationship Stages of mentorship How to get the most out of the relationship How to be a good mentee Deal breakers in the relationship   You'll also discover how to use Cindy's signature No F.E.A.R. and A.R.E. F.I.T. models to enhance your success in these important relationships.   Be sure to subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already done that. And share with friends who you think could get value from the message.   Also make sure to join our Women on purpose community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/Womenonpurposecommunity/   If you're looking to up-level your negotiation skills, I have everything from online to group to my signature one-on-one mastermind & VIP experiences available to help you better leverage your innate power to get more of what you want and deserve in life. Check out our website at ArtOfFeminineNegotiation.com if that sounds interesting to you.   Follow Cindy: WEBSITE https://www.womenonpurpose.ca/ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/womenonpurposecoaching/ LINKEDIN https://www.linkedin.com/in/thecindywatson/ CLUBHOUSE: @HERsuasion TWITTER https://twitter.com/WomenOnPurpose1

Mama's House to Penthouse: Your Personal Guide to Success
The ONE Skill You MUST Master To Advance Your Career and Achieve Your Goals

Mama's House to Penthouse: Your Personal Guide to Success

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 88:55


It's been said that you can't know where you're going until you know yourself. In this episode, you will learn the number one success skill you must master if you want to be successful. Once you learn this you will be able to succeed in any situation. Support The Channel https://streamelements.com/mamashousetopenthouse/tip Tools To Create A Future You Control****************

The Mary Guirovich Show
The Courage to Believe More For Your Career

The Mary Guirovich Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 24:49


As Christians, we believe that God is real. But living in a world that doesn't always share our beliefs can sometimes make it hard to maintain the level of faith and trust needed to believe in Him. In today's episode, we want to cover a few different things: why it is so important to believe; what holds us back from believing; and how you can actually up level your faith in God and start daring to dream greater dreams. Let's delve in. In Today's Episode We Discuss: Why belief is so important [03:00] What placebo is? [03:40] Beliefs are actually stored in our subconscious [05:20] Reaching our God given potential [07:03] what holds us back from believing [07:14] Belief can change in a moment[16:32] Four steps to changing our beliefs. [17:20]  Resources Mentioned: Follow the Podcast Joe Dispenza's Book: You Are The Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter Mary's Book: God's not done with you: How to Advance Your Career and Live In Abundance Follow & Review on Apple Podcasts Are you following my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today so you don't miss any future episodes! I would also appreciate it if you would leave me a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! I read each of them, and they help me make sure I am providing the content that you love to hear!   Let's Connect!  Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Twitter YouTube

The Be Better Broadcast
BBB 199: How To Advance Your Career (Step-By-Step!) | Terry Nawrot & Brandon Eastman

The Be Better Broadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 46:56


Advancing in your career requires intentionality and taking the RIGHT actions. Whether you want to become a future owner, CEO, or own your OWN business, you will learn key strategies and insights from Terry Nawrot that will help you advance on your own career path! Join Brandon's FREE 5-Day Challenge that will help you build your successful online business and sell in the digital age

Healthcare Executive Podcast
Taking a Seat (on a Board) to Advance Your Career

Healthcare Executive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 18:02


Board experience can add greatly to a healthcare executive's career journey. Jena Abernathy, Sector Lead, Healthcare Board Services for Korn Ferry, talks about how to get started and the best way to secure your seat at the table.

The Mary Guirovich Show
The Courage To See By Vision Not By Sight with Amanda Heal

The Mary Guirovich Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 61:46


"What is the difference between vision and sight? “When we take a walk with someone and we see something, we may ask them, "What do you see?" or "What do you think about this?" These questions are made to stimulate their thinking. The same applies when we ask someone else to share their vision. However, if we are talking about vision as a way of seeing, then it is different from sight. When it comes to vision, there is a process involved in order to get what God has for us. We must have the courage to see things by vision, not by sight. This means that we have to have the courage to be able to see what God wants us to see, in spite of what the world tells us or even what our own eyes may show us.   Amanda Heal joins us on today's episode of The Mary Guirovich Show. Amanda is a resilience expert with a remarkable life story to tell. She explains her five secrets to increasing resilience through courage in her keynote speeches. She's the author of several books, the most recent of which is Seeing By Vision Not By Sight: How to Discover Your Life's Purpose And Put It Into Action. Amanda has accomplished so much in her career despite having faced numerous hardships in her life. She walks us through her story, including her 17-year legal profession, the layoff, and what happened afterward. You can't afford to miss this amazing conversation. Tune in to hear more!   Find Me on:   Facebook    LinkedIn   Instagram   Twitter   YouTube Show notes available at https://www.maryguirovich.com/podcast/   Show Notes  Amanda's Bio:   Amanda Heal is a resilience expert with an extraordinary life story. In her keynote talks, she shares her five keys to increasing resilience by building courage. Amanda survived being born 14 weeks premature. In the seven days when such tiny babies were not deemed viable, She was so small that her father could hold her in the palm of his hand. The oxygen, which actually kept her alive at birth, damaged her eyes, leaving her totally blind. But despite this, Amanda has continued to surprise people with her professional and personal achievements. After graduating with honors and law from the Australian National University, she embarked on a 17-year legal career. Amanda in her spare time climbed to an altitude of 10,000 feet in Nepal and conquered her phobia of getting lost to travel independently, both within Australia and overseas. When not speaking, Amanda is a podcaster. And she's the author of multiple books, the latest being Seeing By Vision Not By Sight: How to Discover Your Life's Purpose And Put It Into Action.   Amanda Heal joins us on today's episode of The Mary Guirovich Show. Amanda is a resilience expert with a remarkable life story to tell. She explains her five secrets to increasing resilience through courage in her keynote speeches. She's the author of several books, the most recent of which is Seeing By Vision Not By Sight: How to Discover Your Life's Purpose And Put It Into Action. Amanda has accomplished so much in her career despite having faced numerous hardships in her life. She walks us through her story, including her 17-year legal profession, the layoff, and what happened afterward. You can't afford to miss this amazing conversation. Tune in to hear more! In Today's Episode We Discuss:    A little bit about Amanda and what she does [00:10] Amanda takes us back in time to when she was a child. [02:05] When did Amanda know she didn't have sight in the first place? [05:14] Where Amanda's drive and ambition come from [08:33] How Amanda got into law as a career and how she landed her first job [13:22] Why it took Amanda 147 job applications to get her first job?  [17:32] Amanda's highlights and lowlights from her career [26:30] Amanda's 17 years of career progression [33:52] How Amanda got into the legislative drafting area [36:45] How unknowingly, we build connections that lead to opportunity[40:05] Amanda's story about job applications [41:02] Amanda's layoff and the events that followed [45:15] How Amanda started life purpose coaching [50:25] What can we do to be more welcoming for people with different abilities? [53:50] The woman that has inspired and mentored Amanda the most.[55:00] What made Amanda write her most recent book Seeing By Vision Not By Sight: How to Discover Your Life's Purpose And Put It Into Action  and where to purchase[56:30] Amanda's Advice to women who would like to advance their career but have not been selected yet [59:23]   Connect with Amanda  Websites: https://amandaheal.com.au/ and https://purposevisionfuture.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/amanda_heal LinkedIn: https://twitter.com/amanda_heal    Resources Mentioned: Follow the Podcast Amanda's Book: Seeing By Vision Not by Sight: How to Discover Your Life's Purpose and Put It into Action   Mary's Book: God's not done with you: How to Advance Your Career and Live In Abundance   https://www.maxwellleadership.com/ Follow & Review on Apple Podcasts Are you following my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today so you don't miss any future episodes! I would also appreciate it if you would leave me a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! I read each of them, and they help me make sure I am providing the content that you love to hear!       

Love in Action
G. Richard Shell: The Conscience Code

Love in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 50:46


G. Richard Shell is a global thought leader and senior faculty member at one of the world's leading business schools, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. His forthcoming book, The Conscience Code: Lead with Your Values. Advance Your Career, addresses an increasingly urgent problem in today's workplace: standing up for core values such as honesty, fairness, personal dignity, and justice when the pressure is on to look the other way. Highlights: “Nobody has prepared these people that are in career transitions. This is becoming an increasing problem in professional life.” [2:46] Marcel leads into the discussion surrounding big asks in the professional world that go against morals and conscience.  “Most people perceive value based moral conflicts at work as career OR conscience. This book and my work is to show how we can have career AND conscience...I'm trying to help people learn how to stand and fight.” [11:27] Richard explains the reasoning and need behind his teaching and his book. “Why do scandals keep happening? Regardless of what generation you grow in, it's almost like we expect it to happen.” [17:27] Marcel comments on how moral conflicts are challenged in a very common way.  “This is the secret of why it happens...they can access a face-saving rationalization for doing it and the rationalization the mind is trying to promote on interest, the greedy part of our minds. It's like a mechanism and depending on how much power you have, you can draw others in.” [18:10] Richard talks about the motivation that creates conflict are values in the professional world. “In the end, moral injury is what creates burn out. When you're sliced and diced enough at work that you no longer recognize yourself as a moral person. So it really is a matter of protecting yourself.” [27:31] Richards gives a profound statement surrounding moral injury, supporting the need to face conflict and make changes.  “What role does our personality play in ethical conflict? Because we're all different.” [31:45] Marcel comments on how an individual's personality & values affect how they respond to conflict. “So personality in terms of how you process conflict, and some people over-do it, it's not just under doing it. Self-awareness in terms of how you manage conflict is a really important starter in becoming effective. I'm trying to help people think not conscience or career but career AND conscience.” [33:16] Richard knows that everyone responds differently to conflict but the ultimate goal is to choose career and conscience. “Don't be a loan ranger. You've got to bring in people that share your values with you, that will help you stand up to things that are going on that are unethical.” [34:47] Marcel points out to involve allies to help you stand up to conflict and provide support. “The template, I borrow from the fighter pilot strategy book, it's called the OODA Loop and the letter stands for first Observe, and that's face the conflict. Second O - own it, make it your responsibility. Third, Decide, survey the options. Then A is Act… and then start the loop again.” [36:10] Richard explains his simple template for helping his students make the plan to tackle these moral conflicts.  “The last rule that I'm gonna jump right to is rule number ten, and that's ‘Choose to Lead' and it seems appropriate to me because everything rises and falls on leadership. This is how you end your book, so when we choose to lead with our values, lead with courage, you're saying we advance our career and achieve success?” [39:25] Marcel gets Richard to explain the importance of leadership. Resources: The Conscience Code: Lead with Your Values. Advance Your Career.  Richard Shell - LinkedIn G. Richard Shell Conflict Styles Assessment WorkStep

The Mary Guirovich Show
Negotiating Your Way to a Bigger Salary

The Mary Guirovich Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 20:14


When you make it to the final round of interviewing for an open position, you may be presented with a salary offer and asked whether you're willing to accept it. While it's easy to quickly say yes or no, turning the offer down or saying the phrase “I'd like more money” can be a tricky process. Negotiation requires follow-up questions and careful preparation to provide the employer with sufficient justification for your request.   In this episode of The Mary Guirovich show we're going to talk about why it's important to negotiate, when it's appropriate to negotiate, and how to negotiate in the most effective way possible. Sit back, relax and take some notes. In Today's Episode We Discuss:    Why it is important to negotiate your salary. [02:32] When and what can be negotiated.[05:23] Other benefits you can negotiate for besides salary [07:24] How to negotiate. [09:48] Why it is important to take the time to write down your accomplishments and present them in a meaningful way [10:11] A couple of mistakes that people make when negotiating. [10:38]   Resources Mentioned: Book: God's Not Done with You: How to Advance Your Career and Live In Abundance   Free Master class: https://www.maryguirovich.com/masterclass/   Follow & Review on Apple Podcasts Are you following my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today so you don't miss any future episodes! I would also appreciate it if you would leave me a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify! I read each of them, and they help me make sure I am providing the content that you love to hear!      

Going North Podcast
Ep. 517 – “God's Not Done with You” with Mary Guirovich (@maryguirovich)

Going North Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 50:13


“Own your accomplishments.” – Mary GuirovichToday's featured bestselling bookcaster is mom, wife, Career Advancement Strategist for Women, and the CEO and Founder of My Promotion Plan, Mary Guirovich. Mary and I have a chat about her book, ”God's Not Done with You – How to Advance Your Career and Live in Abundance”, the importance of faith, and some career advancement tips. Key Things You'll Learn:What led her to publish her book.What limiting beliefs Mary had to shatter before gaining the confidence to write her book.How to see your career advancement as company advancementSome steps to take to help transform your career Mary's Site: https://www.maryguirovich.com/Mary's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Not-Done-You-Abundance/dp/1544525761/ref=sr_1_2?crid=3TZ73T9O6RK2B&keywords=gods+not+done+with+you+mary&qid=1650563937&sprefix=Gods+not+done+%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-2Mary's Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mary-guirovich-show/id1620926947 The opening track is titled "Pilot Wings Remix" by Rukunetsu (aka Project R). Click on the following link to listen and cop the full tune. https://soundcloud.com/rukunetsu/pilotwings-4-results You May Also Like… Ep. 502 – “A Leadership Development Strategy To Bond And Unite” With Amy P. Kelly (@AmyPKelly): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-502-a-leadership-development-strategy-to-bond-and-unite-with-amy-p-kelly-amypkelly/ Ep. 480 – “Applying Your God-given Passions to Everyday Life” with Marnie Swedberg (@MentorMarnie): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-480-applying-your-god-given-passions-to-everyday-life-with-marnie-swedberg-mentormarnie/ Ep. 309 – “Home Worthy” with Sandra Rinomato (@SandraRinomato): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-309-home-worthy-with-sandra-rinomato-sandrarinomato/ Ep. 499 – “Take Center Stage” with Janelle Anderson: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-499-take-center-stage-with-janelle-anderson/ Ep. 336.5 (H2H Special) – “Own Your Career Own Your Life” with Andy Storch (@AndyStorch): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3365-h2h-special-own-your-career-own-your-life-with-andy-storch-andystorch/ Ep. 369 – “Self Esteem Doesn't Come in a Bottle” with Kelly Falardeau (@kellyfalardeau): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-369-self-esteem-doesnt-come-in-a-bottle-with-kelly-falardeau-kellyfalardeau/ Ep. 364 – “7 Deadly Thoughts” with Pastor Travis Hall (@PastorTHall): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-364-7-deadly-thoughts-with-pastor-travis-hall-pastorthall/ 113 - "Business, Faith & Empowering Women Over 40" with Jen Du Plessis (@JenDuPlessis): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/113-business-faith-empowering-women-over-40-with-jen-du-plessis-jenduplessis/ 32 - "Beyond the Job Description" with Christina Alva (@christinanalva): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/32-beyond-the-job-description-with-christina-alva-christinanalva/ Ep. 424 – “Thoughtfully Fit” with Darcy Luoma (@DarcyLuoma): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-424-thoughtfully-fit-with-darcy-luoma-darcyluoma/ 42 - "Courage" with Christie Lindor (@MuseMece): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/42-courage-with-christie-lindor-musemece/ Ep. 418 – “Breaking Free & Overcoming Self-Doubt” with Traci Duez (@traciduez): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-418-breaking-free-overcoming-self-doubt-with-traci-duez-traciduez/ 73 - "Sacred Rest" with Dr. Saundra Dalton Smith (@DrDaltonSmith): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/73-sacred-rest-with-dr-saundra-dalton-smith-drdaltonsmith/ 289 – “You're Absolutely Worth It” with Velera Wilson (@VeleraWilson): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/289-youre-absolutely-worth-it-with-velera-wilson-velerawilson/270 – "Forever Employable" with Jeff Gothelf (@jboogie): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/270-forever-employable-with-jeff-gothelf-jboogie/

Women on The Move Podcast
Mentor Moment: Taking on more responsibility at work to advance your career

Women on The Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 4:19


How do I go about taking on more responsibility at work?   In today's Mentor Moment, Women on The Move host, Sam Saperstein shares how to take on more responsibility at work without causing your current role & responsibilities to suffer.   Transcript here

The Art of Film Funding
Join Sally Rubin to learn how making an impactful short can advance your career

The Art of Film Funding

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 46:00


Heather Lenz interviews Sally Rubin about how making an impactful short can advance your career. 

The Mary Guirovich Show
The Courage to Follow the Voice of God to Accomplish our Dreams with Terra Kern

The Mary Guirovich Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 36:04


Each of us has been blessed with unique gifts, talents, and experiences that shape us into people God can use to reach the world for Him in different ways. We've all heard the saying, “God doesn't call the qualified, He qualifies the called,” but how can we truly know that God is calling us? What does His voice sound like and how can we be sure to follow through with what He's called us to do?   On Episode 6 of The Mary Guirovich Show, I chat with 4-time author, Terra Kern, about how we can be sure we're hearing from God, what faith should move us to do, as well as how she was able to follow God's lead in her own life to write books that inspire others to trust in God's goodness.   TIMESTAMPS: Mary opens the show by introducing today's special guest, Terra Kern. (00:00) Terra shares how her mom inspired her storytelling ability and how she came to the Lord through her divorce. (02:03) Terra shares how her back problems forced her to start embracing her talent as a writer. (04:54) Terra talks about her perspective on rejection and how she'd share little bits about God throughout her writing. (07:39) Mary asks Terra about the process that she went through to move on from rejection and continue putting herself out there, especially as a woman. (09:04) Terra shares her experience with acting and how that helped shape her perspective on rejection. (10:56) Terra talks about how each rejection letter she received only boosted her confidence. (13:58) Mary shares how God prepares us to be bold and put ourselves out there. (14:25) Terra talks about how to exercise our faith. (15:35) Terra shares that her faith gave her a positive mindset. (17:07) Mary asks Terra how she came to be familiar with God's voice, to which Terra replies. (17:42) Mary shares that faith takes work and how writing her book grew her relationship with God. (20:17) Terra shares how God moved her within her church and to write her next book. (21:54) Terra gives us insight into what her faith walk has allowed her to do. (24:05) Mary talks about how God uses our journey for what He has planned. (26:32) Terra shares how God knows the desires of our hearts. (30:51) Terra shares where people can find her books. (32:50) EPISODE LINKS: God's Not Done With You Higher Ground Books & Media Terra Kern's books on Amazon   Watch Now!  Limited Time Complimentary Masterclass:  The #1 Way to Advance In Your Career Grab your copy of my #1 Best Selling Book  God's Not Done With You: How to Advance Your Career and Live in Abundance! Let's connect!  Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Youtube.      

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk
474: Jeffrey Pfeffer - How To Gain Power, Break The Rules, & Advance Your Career

The Learning Leader Show With Ryan Hawk

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 68:15 Very Popular


Text Hawk to 66866 to become part of "Mindful Monday." Receive a carefully curated email each Monday morning to help you start your week off right... Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12    https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Jeffrey Pfeffer is the Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University where he has taught since 1979. He is the author or co-author of 15 books including Leadership B.S.: Fixing Workplaces and Careers One Truth at a Time; Power: Why Some People Have It—and Others Don't; The Human Equation: Building Profits by Putting People First; Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense: Profiting from Evidence-Based Management.  Notes: “The two fundamental dimensions that distinguish people who rise to great heights and accomplish amazing things are will, the drive to take on big challenges, and skill, the capabilities required to turn ambition into accomplishment. The three personal qualities embodied are ambition, energy, and focus. The four skills useful in acquiring power are self-knowledge and a reflective mindset, confidence and the ability to project self-assurance, the ability to read others and empathize with their point of view, and a capacity to tolerate conflict.” “Being memorable equals getting picked.” “Measuring the wrong thing is often worse than measuring nothing because you do get what you measure." “People are seduced by and attracted to narcissists and despots and wind up voting for or working for them, frequently with bad outcomes." Break the rules — in one test, the rule breaker dropped cigarette ashes on the floor and spoke rudely to the waiter. That person was perceived to be 29% more powerful than the person who was more polite. “I completely reject the idea that working adults need to be treated like infants or worse and not told the realities, harsh or not, about the world of work.” Build a powerful brand — in late 2020, Laura Chau was promoted to partner at Canaan Partners, an early-stage venture capital firm. She started a podcast. It gave her the opportunity to ask women who were very senior in their careers to talk for an hour… she expanded her network. Her own status was enhanced through her association with high-status people. Then she started writing and publishing her work. This attracted people to her. A brand needs coherence. Have a narrative and tell it repeatedly. Love: "Kathleen, whom I met at a party in the Green Room of the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco on January 19, 1985, and married on July 23, 1986. As she would say, no algorithm would have matched us." “To the amazing Kathleen, the love of my life, whose death left a hole in my heart and soul.” The 7 rules of Power are: 1)     Get out of your own way. 2)     Break the rules. 3)     Show up in a powerful fashion. 4)     Create a powerful brand. 5)     Network relentlessly. 6)     Use your power. 7)     Understand that once you have acquired power, what you did to get it will be forgiven, forgotten, or both.

The Morning Mindset w/Kisha Hicks
Why Toughing it out is Absolutely the Wrong Way to Advance Your Career

The Morning Mindset w/Kisha Hicks

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 41:34


Episode 13: Why Toughing it out is Absolutely the Wrong Way to Advance Your Career Do you know how many of us have for most of our adult lives believed that being toughing it out, especially at work was/is the way to go. How many times have you heard, "just hang in there, it will be alright?" Or better yet, thought that if you just keep being loyal and keep "working hard", that your efforts would not only be noticed, but also recognized? I know that was me for sure!

The Mary Guirovich Show
Courage to Live without Apology w/ Nicole Marsh

The Mary Guirovich Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 44:26


Have you ever felt guilty for taking time out for yourself when you know there's still so much to be done? Kids need to be cared for, meals need to be prepped, and there's still more work to do - how on earth could you possibly think of yourself right now, you wonder? If I'm being honest, this was a struggle of mine for years and, at times, this guilt catches up with me while I'm taking a breather from life.   You're absolutely not alone in your struggle. If I'm being honest, this was a struggle of mine for years. Nicole Marsh, CEO and founder of Burnout 2 Better and today's special guest, found herself constantly on the go and unable to stop until one day, burnout knocked her down. Overridden with stress and overwhelmed with life, Nicole began to realize the benefits of self-care, that it was more than just bubble baths and pedicures - it was necessary.   Nicole and I dive deeper into what self-care actually means, why it's important, and how to embrace it without being overcome with guilt.   TIMESTAMPS: A big warm welcome to our powerhouse guest Nicole Marsh, the founder of Burnout 2 Better! (00:00)  About Nicole's story from burnout to better and how it jump-started her career (03:06) Nicole shares how it all started with abuses in her younger years (05:34) What was driving this 24/7 overworking and overwhelm? (08:08) Nicole's drive to succeed (08:41) The need to please everyone (08:57) Nicole shares where her courage came from (09:28) The key to real and meaningful self-care (12:03) The importance of having the right support system (13:15) Renewing your mind to love yourself unconditionally (14:39) Giving yourself permission to be who you are (17:24) Mary shares the beauty of living in the moment (19:09) How to determine if you're headed for a burnout (21:09) It's time to put yourself first (27:09) Mary and Nicole share programs that benefit women (29:02)   EPISODE LINKS: Nicole's Burnout 2 Better program Free Masterclass - The #1 Way to Advance in Your Career Now God's Not Done With You Yet   Learn more about Nicole Marsh's Burnout 2 Better program here. You can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram!   Catch new episodes of The Mary Guirovich Show every Monday at 10 am CST and be reminded by joining my mailing list here! Plus, you will get exclusive early access to new video trainings weekly! Grab your copy of my #1 Best Selling Book  God's Not Done With You: How to Advance Your Career and Live in Abundance!   Do you want to accelerate your career advancement and increase your compensation? If you answered “YES”  then you need to check out my latest Masterclass to learn the exact model I used to land my dream job, become a partner, and increase my salary by 600%. Women across the country have used the plans with similar and for some even greater results. For a limited time, I've created a free Masterclass for you to learn the revolutionary secret system women are using to get promotions, raises, and more vacation time in under 4 weeks - without overworking, going back to school, getting another work mentor, threatening your boss to leave, or waiting another day for someone to notice your value. https://www.maryguirovich.com/masterclass/ Let's connect!  Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and Youtube.   You're Only One Plan Away! Mary Guirovich

Joy Found Here
How to Advance Your Career and Live in Abundance with Mary Guirovich

Joy Found Here

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 62:16


Have you struggled to advance in your career? As women, we are undervalued, underpaid, and we need to take it into our own hands to advocate for ourselves. In this episode, I am so excited to be joined by the amazing Mary Guirovich. Mary is the CEO of My Promotion Plan, a company that is helping to empower women and help them unlock their leadership potential and advance in their careers. The MPP process has an 83% customer success rate and helps its members advance without waiting for their boss to approach them with a promotion. Mary is also the author of the book, God's Not Done With You: How to Advance Your Career and Live In Abundance, in which she shares her story of struggling to earn a promotion that she desperately wanted and the day after she turned in her promotion plan to her boss, she was appointed Vice President of Operations. Throughout this episode, Mary and I talk about how she created a plan that took her from being passed over in the workplace to being promoted within a day. Mary talks about her background growing up, the power of self belief, why she decided to write her book, some of the key insights she includes in her book on career advancement, and so much more. I am so excited for you to hear how Mary is helping to empower today's working women to get the advancement, compensation, and recognition that they deserve at work.Tune in to Episode 48 of the Joy Found Here podcast to hear from Mary how you can advance your career and live in abundance! In This Episode, You Will Learn:Mary's background (2:50)Mary's personal promotion plan story (17:34)A key tip for turning in your promotion plan (36:51)What led Mary to decide to write her book, God's Not Done With You (41:53)The four steps to creating a belief (51:00)Connect with Mary WebsiteLinkedInBook - God's Not Done With You: How to Advance Your Career and Live In AbundanceInstagramLet's Connect:Website Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.