4 Years of Weekly Shows on That Entrepreneur Show... thank you for tuning in each week to help the show become a top global podcast. To celebrate, we are bringing back Career Coach Rod Buchen for his second of four episodes in the Leadership and Coaching Bonus Series.On Thanksgiving, we ended the show talking about how entrepreneurs are lighthouses. This week, we bridge off that idea to discuss:Additional ways leaders are lighthouses, not weathervanes.The importance of Prioritizing and Delegating Setting the toneFor episode 3, we will dive into 3 more areas related to improving your leadership skillsets. You can listen to Episode 1 of this 4-episode series here: https://thatentrepreneurshow.buzzsprout.com/737252/14023570-gratitude-and-goals-a-thanksgiving-special-with-friend-career-coach-rod-buchenAre you looking to take your career to the next level? Schedule a free discovery call with Proven Leader and Coach Rod Buchen by emailing RodBuchen48@gmail.com.Support the showIf you enjoyed this week's show, click the subscribe button to stay current.Listen to A Mental Health Break Episodes hereTune into Writing with Authors here
Diane OBrien interviews Lyla, one of her students, about how much money she made in the 1st 90 days of working with Diane OBrien. Lyla was a nurse with zero experience in recruiting, hr, or coaching, and never owned her own business. Lyla started her own recruiting biz, landed clients using Diane's proven Client Attraction Systems and consistently hit 10k months from the start. Lyla's ROI is well over 3x her investment in the Headhunting Housewives Coaching Program. "The Recruiter Revenue Generator" is offered to wannabe recruiters and recruiters or coaches who are still stuck under 10k months. Join our free facebook group "Headhunting Housewives" to learn more, and when you're ready to make more money- you can apply to work directly with a Certified Career Coach! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dianeobrien/message
Join Kemi as she shares a real-life scenario of unexpected childcare loss and how it prompted her to document the day on Instagram. What started as a glimpse into her life quickly turned into a powerful conversation about productivity, success, and the misconception that high achievers don't face disruptions. This episode isn't just about managing chaos; it's a deep dive into taking ownership of your time, making intentional decisions, and challenging the notion that productivity means avoiding disruptions altogether. Tune in as Kemi breaks down four crucial steps she took to navigate the day. These four essential steps are a strategic approach to reclaiming control and productivity in the face of unexpected challenges.If you're ready to dive deeper into these transformative skills, enrollment for the Get That Grant® coaching program is open, providing a unique opportunity to revolutionize your approach to career challenges. Apply now to join a community committed to cultivating resilience and intentional success.And if you'd like to learn more foundational career navigation concepts for women of color in academic medicine and public health, sign up for our KD Coaching Foundations Series: www.kemidoll.com/foundations.
On this episode, Derek sits with Ashley Stahl. Ashley is a former Counter Terrorism expert turned Career Coach, Best Selling Author, a TEDX Speech Writer and successful Podcaster. She will be discussing her successful career in the Department of Defense, her work for Forbes, her Best Selling Book, “You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction, and Design Your Dream Career”. Plus she will also be talking about her viral TED Talk, her current work as a TEDX speech writer and finally her incredibly popular podcast, "YouTurn".Website: https://www.ashleystahl.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashleystahl/?hl=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashleystahlcoaching/Twitter/X: https://twitter.com/ashleystahl?lang=enLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleystahl/Podcast: https://www.ashleystahl.com/podcast-page/SPONSOR - Go to https://betterhelp.com/derekduvallshow for 10% off your first month of therapy with @betterhelp and get matched with a therapist who will listen and help #sponsored
In this episode, Cindy Esliger addresses one of the most essential components for achieving our dreams: believing in ourselves. It's a far easier thing to say than do, however, especially when we're just getting started. But other people do believe in us and Cindy's advice is to borrow the belief others have to combat our own self-doubt.Borrowing the belief others have in us means focusing on the support we receive from those who know us best. Surrounding ourselves with people who see our potential can counteract our feelings of inadequacy and imposter syndrome. The goal is to foster our own sense of self-awareness, Cindy says, and to use that as a stepping stone for reliance on our own skills. Cindy shares three tips for borrowing the belief others have in us: 1. Recognize and accept positive feedback, 2. Use positive affirmations, and 3. Take action. She explains how to identify the people who genuinely support us, elicit their feedback, and ways to internalize their beliefs and build confidence in ourselves. Cindy lays this path out in six steps, directing us to act on self-confidence and avoid pitfalls as we do. This episode is key to cultivating the self-belief we need to realize career success. Resources discussed in this episode:Guide to Guide to Building Self-BeliefAstronomic AudioConfidence Collective—Contact Cindy Esliger Career Confidence Coaching: website | instagram | facebook | linkedin | email
The show was taking a mental health break until today! Happy Thanksgiving Day to all who celebrate. One of the people Lanci is thankful for is his close friend and Career Coach since 2013, Rod Buchen. This episode will be Part 1 of 4 in a series with Rod Buchen. The next 3 parts will be on That Entrepreneur Show and consist of Lanci and Buchen dissecting different areas of leadership to help you grow your skillsets. Enjoy the show.Are you looking to take your career to the next level? Schedule a free discovery call with Rod Buchen by emailing RodBuchen48@gmail.com.Have a question for the host or becoming a guest? Email Danica at PodcastsByLanci@gmail.com to get started!Brought to you by Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call now for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807
Happy Thanksgiving Day to all who celebrate. One of the people Lanci is thankful for is his close friend and Career Coach since 2013, Rod Buchen. This episode will be Part 1 of 4 in a series with Rod Buchen. The next 3 parts will consist of Lanci and Buchen dissecting different areas of leadership to help you grow your skillsets. Enjoy the show.Are you looking to take your career to the next level? Schedule a free discovery call with Rod Buchen by emailing RodBuchen48@gmail.com.With over 30 years of experience, Buchen has been a trusted advisor and leadership coach for CEOs, visionary entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and high-potential individuals. Rod is a top graduate with a Master's Degree in Human Resources and Labor Relations from Michigan State University and serves as the CEO and senior executive coach of The Buchen Group. His clientele includes prominent organizations like Bridgestone/Firestone, Xerox, TECO Energy, Saddle Creek Logistics, First Republic Bank (now Bank of America), Resort Condominiums International, to name a few, and visionary small business owners. Using proven methodologies, he has developed a structured coaching process that includes:Defining specific outcomes at the outsetCreating a customized plan to achieve themSharing trusted Leadership ToolsDeveloping sustainable leadership behaviorsNotable measurable financial outcomes:$60 million bottom-line increase over an 8-month periodImmediate 200% quarterly increase in new businessRegional Sales performance raised from bottom 40% to #1 in USNew Leader delivered a $2 million profit improvement in first year on the jobHave a question for the host or becoming a guest? Email Danica at PodcastsByLanci@gmail.com to get started!Support the showIf you enjoyed this week's show, click the subscribe button to stay current.Listen to A Mental Health Break Episodes hereTune into Writing with Authors here
Welcome to today's ICYMI, where we kick off the week with a quick game-changing tip that you might have missed. It can be tough to score the promotion you deserve in this economy and challenging job climate. But there are strategic ways to zig-zag your way to the top. Today, we're throwing it back to some valuable advice on how lateral moves can position you perfectly for a big career leap, and how you can show up as a leader even if you don't have direct reports. We hope this episode helps you get the recognition you deserve at work, so you can keep crushing as a corporate baddie!Tune in every Monday for expert advice in under 10 minutes, and listen to the full episode here! PS: If you've been dreaming of starting your own podcast, but you aren't sure where to start or how to grow, check out our consulting services at teachmehowtoadult.ca/howtopodcast. We can't wait to work with you!Sign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:@teachmehowtoadultmedia@yunggillianaire@cailynmichaanFollow us on TikTok: @teachmehowtoadult
Welcome to Job Tales: the show where we find out about different professions from the people « who know ». Each week I'll speak to a new guest with an inspiring job. We talk to photographers, writers, clinical scientists, personal assistants, you name it… We hear about their personal paths to doing what they do, the skills required, and the tools they use for the job…I'm Laura Leoncini and today my guest is Elena Giorgetti, Career Coach. There are often multiple interpretations and misconceptions about this profession - what is expected of a career coach, what is the difference with life coaching, and how to become a coach. Through Elena's experience we'll hear about her own path to coaching from recruiting (her previous job), what are the myths and what professional certifications you need.
Learn how to find a career in a competitive job market in this monthly series by Warwick career management specialist Kathleen Dohoney. Today, discover how to use LinkedIn to network and search for jobs. Kathleen Dohoney, ACRW, CPRW, CDCS, CCTC, is a Career Coach at Randstad RiseSmart and a Career Specialist at Celtic Résumé Services. Visit Celtic Resume Services. Go to Kathleen's LinkedIn page. Write to Kathleen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cindy Esliger talks about finding your role within your organization. Having your role clearly defined is important for job satisfaction and career success. When you're first hired, Cindy advises you to ensure you get a specific job description. If you're already in the organization, she has advice on how to clarify your existing role. Your role is your position within the organization. It's your job title. Your responsibilities are your job description; the duties expected of someone in your role. Having your role and job description clearly outlined and up to date leads to greater success because you understand exactly what is expected of you and can work towards clear goals. Cindy details how to communicate if your role needs clarification or your job description needs updating. Communicating well aids in role negotiation but also helps avoid conflict within teams by clarifying expectations. She shares four reasons why having a playbook of everyone's roles and responsibilities is vital: 1. Eliminates confusion, 2. Promotes autonomy, 3. Increases engagement, and 4. Makes transitions easier. She then explains how to develop those roles and responsibilities when they aren't up to date or clearly stated. Resources discussed in this episode:Guide to Clarifying RolesAstronomic AudioConfidence Collective—Contact Cindy Esliger Career Confidence Coaching: website | instagram | facebook | linkedin | email
Justin Nelson enjoyed a successful real estate career before identifying a big gap in the market. True to his calling, to fill that gap he transitioned into entrepreneurship as the Founder and CEO of Sphere Rocket VA, an industry leading virtual workforce company. Since 2020 Sphere Rocket has placed over 4,000 virtual assistants, serving over 1500 growing small businesses. Justin began in real estate at the age of 17, running marketing, lead generation, and inside sales campaigns. After getting licensed, he quickly became a top producing agent, generating $320,000 in gross commissions his first year using social media and marketing growth hacks. In 2019 Justin started coaching new and veteran agents to create leverage in their businesses through social media, hyper growth strategies, and eventually virtual assistants. The need for a service to help small business owners hire and effectively use virtual workers quickly became apparent, so Justin transitioned from corporate to entrepreneurship and Sphere Rocket was born. Justin is an in-demand speaker and coach, teaching the principles of leverage, passionately creating freedom for tens of thousands of people every year. Find out more about Sphere Rocket and how his VA services can help you. Support the showWant to know what's missing in your personal Career Toolkit? Find out what you MUST DO to make a successful career change and land the job you'll LOVE. Take the CAREER SUCCESS QUIZ (it only takes 2 minutes!). Get your results, analysis and recommendations immediately!
In this episode, our Career Coach, Emily Schultz, is back! We talk about what it is like for her as a recruiter, trends we're seeing with transitioning teachers, and give advice on how teachers can stand out in the job market. Free Quiz: What career outside of the classroom is right for you? Explore the course that has helped thousands of teachers successfully transition out of the classroom and into new careers: The Teacher Career Coach Course Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the 74th Episode of the #100MasterCoaches Show. In this episode, Mel interviews Clare Norman from England, UK. With over 20 years of coaching experience, Clare is highly sought after by other expert coaches, as well as successful coach training companies as a Master Mentor Coach. Clare looks to continually sharpen individuals' coaching edge and upskill mentor coaches so they can deliver high-quality feedback to their coaches-in-development. Her laser focus on mindset shifts and her knack for spotting marginal gains has made her a go-to person for coaches looking for mentorship and practical, meaningful ways to improve their practice. With an international following from both her coaching peers and senior leadership, Clare is making a difference in the world of work via the professional application of coaching. Her mission across all her work is to encourage leaders to put people and the planet before profits. In 2015, Clare started her own business, Clare Norman Coaching Associates. Drawing on 25 years of learning and development experience gleaned from leading L&D strategy within NatWest and Accenture, she specializes in transition and leadership coaching, alongside mentor coaching and coaching supervision. Clare's first book, "Mentor Coaching: A Practical Guide" is a work of passion and according to Fran Fisher MCC, makes a significant contribution to the conscious evolution of the coaching profession, and offers a new paradigm for coach mentoring and the continuous personal and professional development of the coach.' Her second book, "The Transformational Coach", enables you to shed the ineffective scripts, trappings, and beliefs that a lifetime of personal interactions, professional training, and even your parents have taught you, such that you can reset your thinking to a beginner's mentality and so begin a fulfilling and exciting journey to coaching mastery. Living in the New Forest, Hampshire with her bloodhound and husband, Clare is a prolific blogger and an award-winning regular feature writer for industry magazines and journals. She is also a popular speaker, often called upon to deliver webinars and keynotes to fellow coaches looking to sharpen their edge. You too can be an ICF Credentialed Coach like Clare. We invite you to start your journey today at Catalyst Coach. www.catalystcoach.live.
Nurses are on the frontlines of healthcare, yet their voices often go unheard. In this raw and unfiltered episode, experienced nurse Keith Carlson exposes the broken system he has witnessed in over 27 years in the field. Keith provides an insider's critique of profit-driven corporatization, toxic hospital culture, unsafe staffing, and other dysfunction plaguing healthcare - factors contributing to physician burnout, poor patient care, and a disillusioned nursing workforce. Tune in to hear this passionate nurse's perspective and insights into creating a healthcare system that lives up to its ideals by better supporting nurses and patients. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
It's not sexy to talk about sacrifice these days, but we're going there anyway. In this thought-provoking episode, Kemi shares her personal journey and relationship with sacrifice along her unusual and impactful career journey.She discusses navigating unpopular decisions both as a traditional academic medicine trainee and later as a non-traditional academic faculty. Taking us behind the scenes in decisions like starting a coaching service, retiring from active surgery, having an unapologetic for-profit enterprise, and focusing only on women of color, she highlights how both sacrifice and investment were required to stay true to her values. This episode is a powerful reminder that embracing discomfort and committing to growth can lead to extraordinary rewards, even when others don't fully understand your choices. And it's an invitation to reconsider your own path and the vital role that investment and sacrifice play in creating an extraordinary and fulfilling life.And if you'd like to learn more foundational career navigation concepts for women of color in academic medicine and public health, sign up for our KD Coaching Foundations Series: www.kemidoll.com/foundations.
Discover the key to turning your biggest dreams for the upcoming year into reality. Whether it's launching that long-awaited business, embarking on the vacation of a lifetime, moving into your dream home, acquiring the hot rod you've always coveted, or prioritizing health for a more fulfilling life – your aspirations require more than just wishful thinking. In this episode, Rob delves into the transformative impact of Dan Miller's Goal Setting Guide. Uncover the importance of clarifying your dreams, crafting a strategic plan, and taking actionable steps towards achieving them. Making dreams a reality demands intentionality and a structured approach. Join us for a 30-minute exploration of Rob's personal journey with Dan Miller's Goal Setting Workbook. Gain insights into decision-making, goal-setting, and discover recommended reads to shift your perspective on life. This episode is a treasure trove of inspiration, geared towards empowering you to become the best version of yourself. Dive into the essence of the All Around Growth podcast and kickstart your journey towards realizing your dreams. Ready to take the first step? Download Dan Miller's FREE Workbook to guide you on your path to transformation. Your dreams are within reach – it's time to make them a reality.~Like & Follow on Social Media or connect via email!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allaroundgrowthInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/allaroundgrowthEmail: email@example.comTelegram Group Chat: https://t.me/allaroundgrowthTwitter: https://twitter.com/allaroundgrowthFacebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/allaroundgrowth~Discussion Links:FREE GOAL-SETTING GUIDE: SET GOALS FOR THE 7 MAIN AREAS OF YOUR LIFE by Dan MillerThe Strangest Secret by Earl NightingaleMan's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. FranklDan Miller, Career Coach & Author of 48 Days to the Work You Love (Facebook)
Welcome to the first edition of ‘The Latest HR News', an additional monthly special episode, brand new for season 6 of HR Insights: The Podcast. Our host, Stuart Elliott will be joined by professionals and experts in the HR field to discuss recent topical news articles in business and HR, examining the trends and the impact they are having on organisations. In our premiere, Stuart is joined by Kate Mansfield, Programme Director and Career Coach at Career Counselling Services and Dan Silverman, US Head of Corporate Functions Recruitment at Bloomberg. Together, they dive into some hard-hitting pieces around the rise and fall of DEI and how to support employees amidst the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to more light-hearted topics about the so-called ‘manopause'. Stuart, Kate and Dan hold an insightful and engaging conversation creating invaluable awareness of the current topics that are shaping businesses and their HR functions today. Kate takes responsibility for designing and delivering career development programmes for CCS clients across both private and public sector organisations in the UK and internationally. She is also is also a Lead Tutor on their open Accredited Career Coach Training course and continues to coach clients individually. Dan, who moved in-house following a career in agency recruitment, currently leads and manages a team of experienced recruitment and sourcing partners, responsible for hiring experienced talent into a range of Bloomberg's departments. Leading with data, market intelligence and recruitment best practices he ensures they hire, retain and develop world class talent.Key Timestamps of the articles discussed:04:43 – Full-time office workers overtake hybrid staff 09:30 - Badge checking –employees office time is being monitored15:20 – The rise and fall of DEI21:58 – Should DEI sit under HR?25:28 - Layoffs at LinkedIn – what's the best conduct? 34:36 - Boomerang staff – re-joining a former company 41:39 – How to get the lying out of hiring 49:50 - Providing support to employees amid the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict 55:17 – The ‘manopause' 58:53 – Should all relationships at work, including friendships, be declared? For links to the articles, please see our blogYou can listen to and download HR Insights from Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and most popular podcast apps, subscribe so the latest episodes are directly available! You can also join our HR Community and follow us on LinkedIn and Instagram. Thank you so much for listening and please rate and review!
In this special episode, host Simone Morris reflects on the on Season 11 as it comes to an end. She expresses her gratitude to the remarkable guests who graced the podcast this season and talks about what is coming up in Season 12. She also recommends top episodes for inspiration and invites everyone to explore her books for further career development. With 181 episodes now available, there is a wealth of free resources at your fingertips, covering various aspects of career ownership and empowerment. Your career is your responsibility, and through this podcast, we aim to provide the tools and inspiration necessary for you to seize control and drive your professional narrative. As we gear up for season twelve in early 2024, Simone would love to hear from you! Your feedback helps shape the future of the podcast. Please complete our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V5KKPTN ↪️Join The After Show Discussion in our LinkedIn Group. ↪️Leave a review https://ratethispodcast.com/driverseat ✨ Become the Most Successful You! https://www.careerbreakthroughcall.com
Changing career later in life has become a notable trend in Australia, as it has in many other parts of the world, due to a combination of factors.While each individual's reasons may vary, several common trends and drivers contribute to this phenomenon. I was invited to discuss this on Sunrise on Channel 7 recently, as a career coach and career transition specialist, and enjoyed having the film crew turn up at my home to film the interview for the broadcast (watch the interview on my YouTube channel).The condensed interview is included in this podcast episode. Let's understand the key drivers for this change in careers for older workers in Australia, and listen to the episode for details and inspiration if YOU are thinking of making a career change. Main reasons for making a change are:· A longer life expectancy· The evolving workforce· A desire for personal fulfillment· Financial security· Redundancy and Job Insecurity· New education and training opportunities· Age Discrimination protections· Work-Life balance· Retirement redefined (listen to my interview on the 'Retirement Success Podcast' with Dennis Heath)· Personal growth· Mentorship and experience The increasing prevalence of career changes later in life in Australia reflects the shifting of priorities and recognition that one's career journey can be dynamic and multifaceted.What are your thoughts? Please join the conversation and add your opinion and thoughts on this LinkedIn Post (which features my Sunrise on 7 interview) or on my YouTube channel.For affordable career management and career transition support to create the career you'll love, visit my CAREER SUCCESS PROGRAM Support the showWant to know what's missing in your personal Career Toolkit? Find out what you MUST DO to make a successful career change and land the job you'll LOVE. Take the CAREER SUCCESS QUIZ (it only takes 2 minutes!). Get your results, analysis and recommendations immediately!
Chris Bernard represented Team USA 9-times at 2 Summer Olympics, 4 World Athletics Championships, & 3 NACAC Championships as an elite triple jumper. While he's incredibly accomplished the lack of funding for USATFXC leave athletes like Chris figuring out ways to increase support for the sport. Additionally, mindfulness and coaching are important to Chris, so when his jumping career is over, lookout for an elite career coach entering the industry. Episode Description: 0:00 - Intro1:00 - Most forceful movement in sports3:45 - Triple jumping for Chris6:05 - Giving the triple jump more attention8:42 - Athletes and social media11:50 - Financing a track & field career18:04 - Lac of funding in jumping 24:05 - Manifestation and mindfulness27:07 - Career Coach? 31:18 - Athletic skills are applicable to the professional world!37:07 - Outro --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/a--and--a/support
A Happenstance keyword search on LinkedIn that led to so much more. let's see where Happenstance takes us... Marianne Matarese is a Career Development Lead at Indeed.com and a Career Coach at Green with Purpose Coaching. Marianne supports job seekers in getting started, building their networks, and crafting their job search strategy. Just this past year, she created the first Career Development Professionals community on Linkedin with over 90 members. Marianne loves to give back to the community with linkedin audio specials on variety of topics and partner with local photographers on Long Island to get professionals free headshots.Connect with Marianne LinkedInInstagramWebsiteLet's Connect:@HappenstanceThePodcast@CareerCoachCassieHappenstance the Playlist
Cindy Esliger tackles the question of whether or not we're on the right career path in today's episode. Climbing the corporate ladder isn't for everyone and may not lead to fulfillment or happiness. Have we considered alternatives? Do we need to follow a different script?Deciding whether climbing the corporate ladder is for us or not largely depends on being able to understand how we view what success means. Cindy explains that creating a fulfilling career involves three key steps: 1. Define success for ourselves, 2. Assess our current situation, and 3. Create a plan for success. When contemplating these steps, take into account values, interests, strengths, and goals. Cindy offers four tips to guide us in assessing our current work situation. When we have a clearer idea of what's right and wrong now, we can formulate a plan for what will fulfill our future career needs. That roadmap to success includes making specific goals, setting realistic deadlines, and being flexible and adjusting as needed, according to Cindy. She explores all the questions to ask ourselves and how to go about taking ownership of what matters most to us.Resources discussed in this episode:Guide to Defining Success For YourselfAstronomic AudioConfidence Collective—Contact Cindy Esliger Career Confidence Coaching: website | instagram | facebook | linkedin | email
Myself & Coach Dave dive into a great conversation surrounding corporate leadership, the employee experience and the disconnect between the two. Who is Dave March? Author of the Book – Vision In Action – The book talks about “The Hero's Journey” as a coaching modality to help ambitious technology professionals become the hero in their own lives and take consistent action toward their vision of a dream career. Coach Dave has filled 200+ positions as a Recruiter and reviewed 1,000's of resumes to know what works and what doesn't work in a resume. He also has coached hundreds of people into their ideal careers. 10+ years of experience as a Career Coach, Author, and Recruiter Buddhist, Avid Gardener, and into Holistic Health and Wellness. Follow Coach Dave: YouTube Website Instagram Facebook LinkedIN --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/conversationsoftheheart/support
Stepping into a leadership role can be exciting and scary all at the same time. The pressure to succeed can sometimes lead us to adopt leadership habits that either stunt our growth or don't feel authentic to us. In this episode, I share 5 leadership pitfalls that you want to avoid in order to make sure you step into your power and be the successful leader you know you are capable of being. Connect with Jahaan: Learn more about working with Jahaan and see if it's the right fit for you: https://JahaanBlakeAppointmentScheduling.as.me/LetsTalk Join Jahaan's VIP Email List: https://bit.ly/3yccwAP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jahaanblake/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://jahaanblake.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jahaanblake/ Links: Free Resource | Managing Your Mindset Workbook: https://jahaanblake.com/mindset/ Music By: Quanzaa
What does God want you to do with your life? Today on Exploring the Marketplace, Shawn Bolz and Bob Hasson interview Kelsey Kemp. Kelsey is an ex-tech consultant turned Career Coach, TEDx Speaker, Podcaster and Founder of The Called Career. Her work has been featured in Forbes and she's served as one of the youngest Startup mentors for the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship. Tune in as Shawn, Bob and Kelsey share her story of being a burnt out tech consultant who struggled to find her place and calling and she shares how her career was God driven when He completely changed the trajectory of her life. Kelsey shares how to discern the purpose you're uniquely called to fulfill in your life and career, as well as practical strategies to help you find and follow your calling. Tune in!www.thecalledcareer.com
Dr. Edwards is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine (BUSM). She maintains a clinical practice in hematology at Boston Medical Center (BMC) with a specific research interest in plasma cell disorders such as systemic immunoglobulin light chain (AL) amyloidosis. She is committed to improving the care of vulnerable patient populations using her translational research platform to address unanswered questions encountered in clinical care. After internal medicine residency, she completed a hematology and oncology fellowship at BUSM/BMC, obtaining rigorous training through the comprehensive cancer center and the world-renowned BU Amyloidosis Center. Her current research, a collaboration with the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) and BU Amyloidosis Center, focuses on using novel disease models for hematologic malignancies to study the earliest signs of disease, test treatments and develop the most promising therapeutic agents for clinical trials. She is an active mentor for students and residents, has a strong passion for teaching and mentoring trainees, and is also an alumnus of our Get That Grant® coaching program!Listen in as she shares her transformative journey from disempowerment and disillusionment in academia to a profound shift in perspective andthe importance of finding one's purpose even after knowing your scientific interestsWhat she learned is required to serve a larger mission effectivelyTransforming empathy, from sacrificial and boundaryless, to self-empoweringWhat being the best version of herself began to look like externallyLoved this convo? Please go find Dr. Edwards on Twitter @CamilleVEdwards, on Instagram @camillevedwards2023, and show her some love!And if you'd like to learn more foundational career navigation concepts for women of color in academic medicine and public health, sign up for our KD Coaching Foundations Series: www.kemidoll.com/foundations.
In this episode with Sam DeMase, we explore career coaching and self-advocacy against impostor syndrome in a changing corporate world. Sam details tactics helping women achieve their goals and tackle gender pay gaps, transparency, and toxic work dynamics. We discuss Gen Z's influence, allyship, mentorship, and address working mothers' challenges with tools like the "5-second countdown" for confronting bias. Discussions extend to handling toxic bosses, promoting flexible policies, and negotiation strategies to align work with personal success.More About Sam!Sam DeMase is an internationally recognized Career Coach, Self-Advocacy Expert, author, and speaker with a community of 650,000+ followers on social media (@apowermood).
In this podcast episode, I delve into essential strategies for future-proofing your career. With the constantly changing work landscape and the impact of technology, it's crucial to prepare for an uncertain future. I share insights on recognizing in-demand skills, adapting to technological changes, and focusing on personal development. I discuss navigating economic trends and uncertainties while making the most of AI's economic impact. Additionally, I offered advice on self-improvement and ethical practices, all aimed at ensuring a successful and fulfilling career. This episode is a valuable resource for professionals seeking to secure their future in an ever-evolving job market. Read the full blog on the website. Timestamps to guide your listening: 02:19 - How will the job roles and necessary skills for accounting and finance professionals change in the future. 16:39 - The most impactful step you've taken to advance your career and ensure its future relevance. 23:00 - Insights on upcoming global economic trends affecting finance and accounting, and suggest the best ways for professionals to prepare. 26:17 - Experiences or skills accountants use to navigate economic downturns or unexpected challenges. 30:18 - Most unexpected surprises or significant lessons I've encountered in my career. 33:21 - Advice to my younger self embarking on a career in today's world. Links mentioned in this episode: Episode 38 - A lesson in personal agility, with New World of Work expert Marianne Roux Episode 180 - Find the right leadership style for you and learn how to use it. Interview with Robert Jordan. Episode 190 - Using AI for job hunting and career development: An Interview with OpenAI's ChatGPT Episode 151 - Five key strategies to guide you towards your new job Episode 140 - The one thing every successful executive has in common About the host, Renata Bernarde Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job-hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress. Join us for more career tips: Subscribe to The Job Hunting Newsletter and take your career to new heights More ways I can help you: www.renatabernarde.com
Welcome to today's ICYMI, where we kick off the week with a quick game-changing tip from one of our guests that you might have missed. Raise your hand if you're hella burnt out at work, and you low-key job hunt every week... Corporate dissatisfaction is at an all-time high, and a lot of us are sick of it. But there's steps you can take to improve your work situation before you throw in the towel and quit in an unstable economy. So this week we're throwing it back to this incredibly actionable advice from Komal Minhas, who educates us on what work-life balance actually looks like, working with the corporate system to improve your job, how to gradually implement boundaries (we see you, quiet-quitting) and more. Komal is an executive coach, business strategist, interviewer, and resilience educator who coaches people to build successful businesses while improving their wellbeing and mastering their mindset. She's landed a spot on Oprah's Super Soul 100 list, screened her film, Dream, Girl, at the Obama White House, and has interviewed legends like Glennon Doyle and Michelle Obama. She shares her insights and wisdom on her podcast, Lessons Learned, and in her own column for Fortune Magazine.Tune in every Monday for expert advice in under 10 minutes.Listen to the full episode here! PS: If you've been dreaming of starting your own podcast, but you aren't sure where to start or how to grow, check out our consulting services at teachmehowtoadult.ca/howtopodcast. We can't wait to work with you!Sign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:@teachmehowtoadultmedia@yunggillianaire@cailynmichaanFollow us on TikTok: @teachmehowtoadultFollow Komal:Komalminhas.com @komalminhas
Welcome to another episode of "The Power of Owning Your Career"! In today's episode, Simone has the pleasure of hosting the dynamic and inspirational entrepreneur, Dawn Kelly. Dawn is the founder of The Nourish Spot, a fresh and healthy food and beverage brand. With over thirty years of experience as a PR executive in various industries and seven years as an entrepreneur, Dawn has a wealth of knowledge to share about navigating the world of career ownership. Join host, Simone Morris, as she dives deep into Dawn's journey, exploring the power of building meaningful relationships, taking calculated risks, and learning from failures. Dawn's captivating storytelling and practical tips will leave you feeling inspired to take charge of your own career. Listen to the full episode at: https://www.simonemorrisenterprises.org/podcastbooks Reach Dawn via email: email@example.com and find The Nourish Spot on social media platforms. Or stop into their store at 175 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard, Jamaica, Queens, NY. ↪️Join The After Show Discussion in our LinkedIn Group. ↪️Leave a review https://ratethispodcast.com/driverseat ✨ Become the Most Successful You! https://www.careerbreakthroughcall.com
From a career in social work to career coaching and entrepreneurship, Kelsey Wat is on a mission to take back Mondays. It's not just about infusing positivity into your Mondays, it's also about finding careers and opportunities that make Mondays better. let's see where happenstance take us... Kelsey Wat is a career coach and the founder of TGIM Careers, a career consulting agency dedicated to helping jobseekers find meaningful and value-aligned work. Kelsey has been in the career coaching and workforce development industry for over 10 years and has had the pleasure of coaching veterans, the homeless population, early career professionals, MBAs, and execs alike. Kelsey lives in Northern California with her husband and 4yo twin daughters.Connect with Kelseywww.tgimcareers.comIG: @tgim.careersLet's Connect:@HappenstanceThePodcast@CareerCoachCassieHappenstance the Playlist
Cindy Esliger addresses the topic of procrastination and the obstacles that keep us from taking action. Procrastination can sometimes be around waiting for the perfect time to start, a form of perfectionism, and Cindy offers advice on how to move past that to achieve our goals.Procrastination doesn't mean we are lazy or have bad time management. It's more about coping with how we feel about certain tasks. It can be caused by stress. In order to start a task, we need a strategy, especially if it's a task that bores or overwhelms us. Cindy has three tips for overcoming procrastination by taking action. 1. Break things down, 2. Embrace imperfection, and 3. Take that first step.There is value in breaking the overall goal into smaller steps so it's not so overwhelming. If we can simply tackle one small step at a time, we achieve the forward momentum we need. Cindy shares four steps for creating an achievable action plan: 1. Start with the end goal in mind, 2. Ensure each step is clear and doable, 3. Set deadlines and milestones, and 4. Review and adjust the plan as needed. Cindy's advice helps break down procrastination into something manageable that can help spur us on to achieving our goals. Resources discussed in this episode:Guide to Overcoming ProcrastinationAstronomic AudioConfidence Collective—Contact Cindy Esliger Career Confidence Coaching: website | instagram | facebook | linkedin | email
As high achievers, we are driven by an automatic need to meet external expectations while balancing the pressure to prove ourselves with a NARROW margin of error. In this episode, Kemi emphasizes the importance of disentangling our intrinsic desires from the checkboxes and expectations set by others. She encourages us to embark on a journey toward a more fulfilling and sustainable career. To do this, she challenges us to ask ourselves a powerful question. This question serves as a compass for uncovering genuine desires beyond external definitions of success. Tune in to learn more.And if you'd like to learn more foundational career navigation concepts for women of color in academic medicine and public health, sign up for our KD Coaching Foundations Series: www.kemidoll.com/foundations.
Welcome to today's ICYMI, where we kick off the week with a quick game-changing expert tip that you might have missed.The fear of failure can hold us back from starting so many of the projects we're dreaming of. According to the queen of career pivots, Keltie Knight, the key to overcoming that fear is diversifying what you work on, launching before you invest too much, and pivoting quickly from rejection. So today we're throwing it back to our favourite advice from Keltie for budding entrepreneurs and hustlers.Keltie is a three-time Emmy Award winning television personality, podcaster, A New York Times bestselling author, and former professional dancer. She pivoted from dance into television as a host, working on Entertainment Tonight and E! News, and covering huge events like The Grammys Red Carpet. She's the co-host and creator of one of the top 100 podcasts in the world, The LADYGANG podcast, which she transformed into a TV show and a bestselling book, Act Like A Lady. And she's the creator, executive producer, and host of the CBS primetime show, Superfan. Listen to the full episode here! PS: If you've been dreaming of starting a podcast but you aren't sure where to start or how to grow it, check our consulting services at teachmehowtoadult.ca/howtopodcast. For show notes and more adulting tips, visit: teachmehowtoadult.caSign up for our monthly adulting newsletter:teachmehowtoadult.ca/newsletter Follow us on the ‘gram:@teachmehowtoadultpodcast @yunggillianaire@cailynmichaanFollow us on TikTok: @teachmehowtoadult
Ever felt trapped in the corporate hamster wheel, yearning for something more meaningful? Alison Hall, founder of Change Agent Coaching for Women and co-founder of the Boldest Me, certainly did and she joins me in this episode to share her remarkable journey. It's not every day that you meet a corporate veteran turned personal trainer, real estate investor, and certified divorce financial analyst, and Alison's journey is nothing short of inspiring. She candidly discusses the role of self-worth in decision-making, how to overcome that pesky imposter syndrome, and the importance of following your passion. Alison's story serves as a powerful reminder that it's never too late to reinvent yourself and live the life you've always desired. Listen in to catch a glimpse of Alison's vision for her future and her wealth of advice for those embarking on their own journeys of self-discovery and change.Alison's personal story of transitioning from a 25-year corporate career to becoming a successful entrepreneur is packed with valuable insights for anyone standing at the crossroads. She breaks down the unique challenges faced by women in their late 40s and early 50s, and the importance of harnessing your inherent strengths to break through societal expectations and carve your unique path.Alison's coaching philosophy is deeply rooted in the belief that every woman can transform their lives regardless of age. Her holistic approach to life coaching challenges you to take your ego out of the equation and reassess your life choices. We delve into a much-neglected stage of women's development during their transitional years and discuss how Allison's one-on-one coaching and group-based retreats foster self-awareness and personal growth. Whether it's a career change, a divorce, or any other life-altering experience, Allison's guidance helps women to navigate these waters with grace and competence. LINKS AND MENTIONSWhitehall Divorce Solutions - https://whitehalldivorcesolutions.com/ Alison Hall Profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisonhall-coach-women/Support the showNEWSLETTER, stay in the loop and subscribe to our newsletterLISTEN ON Apple and Spotify FOLLOW US ON Instagram and FacebookSUPPORT this work so that we can keep it free. Become a MONTHLY SUPPORTER
In this episode #95 of the 2B Bolder Podcast, we had the pleasure of hosting Stephanie Brown, the founder of Creative Career Level Up. Stephanie's impressive resume includes roles at industry leaders like Nike and Apple. She is the author fo the book, 'Fired: Why Losing Your Job is the Best Thing That Can Happen to You'. Stephanie shared her transformative journey from being a Brand Director to facing unemployment, and then achieving her dream role, emphasizing that setbacks can be setups for comebacks. She shed light on the unique cultures of Nike and Apple and discussed the importance of job clarity. For the introverts out there, Stephanie offered invaluable networking advice. We also delved into her specialized programs, from 'Total Clarity' to 'Pitch + Position', and discussed her book 'Fired', which serves as inspiration not just for those who've lost jobs but for anyone seeking career inspiration or career advice. Stephanie shares insights on career promotions, salary negotiations, and her top skill recommendation for a standout career. Plus, a fun rapid-fire round revealed her personal preferences, from waffles over pancakes to her love for comedy and tea! Don't miss out on this fun and inspiring conversation!Resources:Creative Career LabStephanie Brown on Tik TokThe 2B Bolder Podcast provides first-hand access to some amazing women. Guests will include women from leading enterprise companies to startups, women execs, coders, account execs, engineers, doctors, and innovators.Support the show
If you've ever held back your thoughts, stifled your voice, or felt invisible in a room full of voices, this is your cue to lean in and listen. In this episode, I share 10 ways to manage your fear of speaking up at work. You'll learn to see your fear from a different perspective. You'll discover that your voice matters and can make a difference. Don't let your fear silence you. It's time to speak up, be heard, and make a difference. Remember, your voice is your power. Use it. Connect with Jahaan: Learn more about working with Jahaan and see if it's the right fit for you: https://JahaanBlakeAppointmentScheduling.as.me/LetsTalk Join Jahaan's VIP Email List: https://bit.ly/3yccwAP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jahaanblake/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://jahaanblake.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jahaanblake/ Links: Free Resource | Managing Your Mindset: https://jahaanblake.com/mindset/ Music By: Quanzaa
If you have a question around careers, now is your time!Zoe is so excited to be joined by our in-house career expert - Emma Kangis - to answer all your questions on finding your passion, returning from maternity leave, juggling, promotions, mentorship, and more.Listen by clicking ‘Play', subscribe or follow on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Acast, and please do rate and review to help others find the podcast.Find a new episode every Tuesday & Friday and in the meantime check out Made By Mammas on Instagram: @madebymammas.Made By Mammas®, this has been an Insanity Studios production. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome back to the show! Listen in as Kemi explores a fascinating topic—building self-trust.You may be very familiar with the tension between not wanting to succumb to external pressures and the innate desire for collaboration and connection with like-minded professionals as this is a journey that resonates deeply with many in academic medicine and public health.In this episode, Kemi offers a unique and practical strategy that is essential to the journey of self-trust. This subtle but impactful change will activate an INTERNAL ALERT SYSTEM, allowing us to realign our actions with our goals in real-time. Let's go!And if you'd like to learn more foundational career navigation concepts for women of color in academic medicine and public health, sign up for our KD Coaching Foundations Series: www.kemidoll.com/foundations.
#165- Dan Freehling is a career coach specialising in working with top millennial leaders seeking to develop their leadership pipeline. He explains the different career types there are, the common career pitfalls people face, and how to uncover the category your career falls into.What you'll learn[1:26] What a ‘leadership pipeline' is.[3:30] The main challenges of transitioning to a full-time coach.[4:17] The four different meaningful career types: contributor, go-getter, expert and executive.[8:43] How to identify the strengths and weaknesses in your career.[11:02] The danger of falling off a career path.[15:17] The difference between an expert and an executive.[17:33] The transition from a go-getter to an executive.[20:47] The different aspects of being successful in the workplace.[22:59] How to identify what you really want from your work.[24:35] How to succeed in the modern career landscape.[25:45] How flexible the working landscape is.[27:25] How career progression works in the modern world.[31:00] Ways to make your CV stand out for a leadership position.[33:28] The danger of invisibility, arrogance, disengagement and burnout.[37:36] How to know if you're too arrogant and the negative impacts this can have.[39:30] Exercises to keep your career on track.Resources mentioned in this episode (some of these are affiliate links and we may get a commission in the event that you make a purchase - this helps us to cover our expenses and is at no additional cost to you):The Career Design Map, Dan FreehlingCareer Design QuizThe New Reason to Work, Roshan PaulChange Work Life CoachingFor the show notes for this episode, including a full transcript and links to all the resources mentioned, visit:https://changeworklife.com/the-four-career-types-which-one-are-you/Re-assessing your career? Know you need a change but don't really know where to start? Check out these two exercises to start the journey of working out what career is right for you!Take me to the exercises!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
In this week's episode, our host, Simone Morris, is joined by the incredible Nancy Di Dia. Nancy is not only a dear friend of Simone's, but she is also featured in Simone's book, "The Power of Owning Your Career." During their conversation, Nancy shares insights into her career rewiring journey. After a successful corporate career spanning over 35 years, Nancy made the courageous decision to launch her own consulting and coaching business, the Di Dia Diversity Consulting Group. They delve into what it means to be the CEO of your own career and the freedom that comes with taking control of your professional path. Nancy also highlights the importance of building a strong personal advisory board or network of mentors. She emphasizes the value of continuously learning and staying curious, drawing upon multiple perspectives from trusted sources. Additionally, Nancy touches upon the challenges and rewards of being a DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) practitioner, and how it has shaped her approach to coaching and advising others. If you're seeking valuable insights, inspiration, and practical strategies for owning your career, this episode is a must-listen. You can reach Nancy on LinkedIn @Nancy J Di Dia ↪️Join The After Show Discussion in our LinkedIn Group. ↪️Leave a review https://ratethispodcast.com/driverseat ✨ Become the Most Successful You! https://www.careerbreakthroughcall.com
Rebecca Kirk is the go-to career coach for people on a spiritual path and author of You're Here For A Reason, a practical and spiritual guidebook for readers who are at a career crossroads. Following a 14-year corporate career, Rebecca embarked on a life-changing career break to Australia which led her to retrain as a Life Coach in 2016. With Rebecca's unique approach to career coaching and spirituality, she has enabled hundreds of clients from around the world to discover the clarity and confidence to navigate their career crossroads and awaken to a working life of greater purpose, peace and prosperity. Website: https://rebeccakirk.co.ukEmail: email@example.comTelephone Number: 07824 531893Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RebeccaKirkCoachingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebeccakirkcoaching/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-kirk-3106b95/
Learn About A Job Before You Leap - Career Clarity Mini-Series (Part 5) | Ep #108Join us for a five part Masterclass on Career Clarity! This is Part 5 of the Career Clarity Mini-Series, where career coach and host of the Second Act Success Career Podcast, Shannon Russell, talks about why it's crucial that you learn about a job or business opportunity before you leap. In this episode, you will get tips on how to research potential work roles, ask for inside information from your network, and how to dive deep into a company or business you want to work with. Listen to Episode #108 for Part 5 of the Career Clarity Mini-Series now!If you missed the past episodes in this Career Clarity Mini-Series, catch up now...Episode #104 - How to get clear on your career goals?Episode #105 - What is the "why" behind your work?Episode #106 - Make your job skills stand out!Episode #107 - Keep your priorities in check when changing careersSHOW NOTEShttps://secondactsuccess.co/108--------TAKE THE QUIZ!Is Now The Right Time To Change Careers? Take the Quiz! https://secondactsuccess.co/quizBook a FREE Discovery Call with host/career coach Shannon Russell - https://www.calendly.com/second-act-success/coaching-strategyJoin the Second Act Accelerator Program:https://secondactsuccess.co/courseLET'S CONNECT!Instagram - https://instagram.com/secondactsuccessFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/secondactsuccess.coTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@secondactsuccessAll the latest - https://secondactsuccess.co/links REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364 JOIN THE NEWSLETTER:https://secondactsuccess.co Career Coaching with Shannon Russell - https://secondactsuccess.co/coaching
Join us for a five part Masterclass on Career Clarity! This is Part 4 of the Career Clarity Mini-Series, where career coach and host of the Second Act Success Career Podcast, Shannon Russell, will give you ways to transition jobs or start a business, all while you stay focused on your career goals. In this episode, you will learn how to plan your career shift by considering your priorities and making sure you keep your eye on what you want to move towards. After all, you do not want to change jobs and find yourself doing the same work you dislike once again. Listen to Episode #107 for Part 4 of the Career Clarity Mini-Series now!If you missed the past episodes in this Career Clarity Mini-Series, catch up now...Episode #104 - How to get clear on your career goals?Episode #105 - What is the "why" behind your work?Episode #106 - Make your job skills stand out!SHOW NOTEShttps://secondactsuccess.co/107_________TAKE THE QUIZ!Is Now The Right Time To Change Careers? Take the Quiz! https://secondactsuccess.co/quizBook a FREE Discovery Call with host/career coach Shannon Russell - https://www.calendly.com/second-act-success/coaching-strategyJoin the Second Act Accelerator Program:https://secondactsuccess.co/courseLET'S CONNECT!Instagram - https://instagram.com/secondactsuccessFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/secondactsuccess.coTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@secondactsuccessAll the latest - https://secondactsuccess.co/links REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-act-success/id1617274364 JOIN THE NEWSLETTER:https://secondactsuccess.co Career Coaching with Shannon Russell - https://secondactsuccess.co/coaching