The COVID-19 pandemic has combined years' worth of transformation, transition and change into only a few months. Despite the devastating health crises, many employers and employees have seen a glimpse of the opportunity of this disruption; a potential new way of working. The biggest challenge leaders face in navigating the shift from surviving uncertainty and disruption to thriving, is their ability to transform themselves to lead in the agreed way. How can leaders simply transform coming out of the pandemic as they seek to achieve digital transformation. This is your host – Swamy Sriperumbudur and you are listening to “LEADERSHIP IN CRISIS”, and we have invited a very special guest Bhavana Bartholf Bhavana Bartholf is an award-winning leader and sought-after expert in the field of providing vision and accelerating Digital Transformation for corporations across industries worldwide. In 2022, Bartholf was recognized by The Charlotte Business Journal Women in Business Achievement Award - 25 Outstanding Women. In 2021, Bartholf was recognized by the National Diversity Council as one of the Top 100 Women in Technology (2021 & 2022) and has been named one of the 2021 “Power 50” Women in Leadership. Bartholf has over a 20-year diverse career with Microsoft across their customer success, sales, marketing, consulting, and support businesses. Today, she is responsible for advancing technical sales strategies across solution areas to enable digital transformation for Fortune 500 companies. Bartholf currently serves as a Board Director for WEX Inc and NC State College of Engineering Foundation. She has served for six years on the board of The Gift of Adoption, a non-profit that provides adoption assistance through grants. In 2022, she delivered her first-ever TEDx talk at TEDXWaterStreet in New York, “The Secret to Self-Advocacy”. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cswamy/message
In today's episode, Emilie shares how to navigate the psychological and emotional impact that arises with layoffs.Related Links:Corresponding blog postEp 39: How to Organize Your NetworkingEp 68: I Got Fired - Help!Ep 141: How to Tap Your Network and Ask For HelpEp 175: When Your Job Search Makes You Feel Like a BurdenEp 204: Managing Anxiety on the Job SearchAPA's Stress Study: Stress in America: Money, Inflation, War Pile on to Nation Stuck in COVID-19 Survival ModeGrab a copy of Emilie's Book: Bossed UpGrab a copy of Herminia Ibarra's book: Working IdentityJoin the Courage Community Follow us on LinkedinRegister for How to Get Clear for the New Year workshopGot a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).
On this week's episode we are joined by therapist and coach, Crystal Guth. We discuss the challenges that career-driven women and women in leadership positions may face in their marriages and parenting and how they can break through familial and societal barriers to stay true to their professional goals. Crystal W. Guth, LMFT-S, is a Marriage and Family therapist and a Certified Executive Coach in private practice in Austin, Texas. She specializes in helping young professionals and families navigate the many challenges that come from life's transitions, such as career progression, family development, and loss. She is trained in various therapeutic modalities and specializes in Family Systems. She has an extensive background treating depression, anxiety, and interpersonal conflict. She graduated from California Lutheran University with a Masters degree and received a certification in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from The Chicago School of Psychology. Her background includes serving the developmentally disabled community, working with adolescents, young adults, and their families, and providing outpatient therapy for acute psychiatric disorders.She currently focuses her scope of practice on serving the young professionals in the Austin area by helping them reflect on how their family system informs their current personal and professional relationships.Crystal was born and raised in El Paso, Texas however, “grew up” during her enlisted time on active duty in the Navy. She is a proud mother and wife; lover of food, wine, chess, and of course all things related to psychology. She finds her work rewarding and always feels privileged to be a witness on someone else's journey. Crystal's Website: www.crystalwguththerapy.comCrystal's LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/crystal-guth-82841a63 Crystal's Instagram: @atxwaitingroom@badassbasicbitch
Our guest today, Shayna Renee Hammond, is the CEO and founder of Lead for Liberation and Indigo Women and has spent several years developing leaders that demonstrate emotional intelligence inclusivity, and diversity.Shayna explains the spiritual call she had several years before she launched Lead for Liberation which ultimately lead to the birth of Indigo Women. Indigo Women is a coaching practice specifically for black women in leadership and all sectors. Its flagship program is the 9-week Indigo Women Group Coaching Experience, where really women are called back home. During our conversation, Shayna shares her excitement about the future of leadership, and how more and more people are opening up their minds and hearts around being more open about what it means to be a leader and not so tightly held to the beliefs that we've had for the past 30 or 40 years.
If you missed Episode 86 with Shanna Hocking, Here is a bonus recap with Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton.In this episode you learn:1. How to define what your One Bold Move a day is2. Why asking the right questions is key3. The importance of having daily practices and ritualsWe encourage you to go back to the full episode and as always, we hope the time you spend with us will help remove the stigma of anxiety and mental health in the workplace and your personal life.###Until next week, we hope you find peace & calm in a world that often is a sea of anxiety.If you love this podcast, please share it and leave a 5-star rating! If you feel inspired, we invite you to come on over to The Culture Works where we share resources and tools for you to build a high-performing culture where you work.Your hosts, Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have spent over two decades helping clients around the world engage their employees on strategy, vision and values. They provide real solutions for leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation and build high performance cultures and teams. They have been called “fascinating” by Fortune and “creative & refreshing” by The New York Times. They are authors of award-winning Wall Street Journal & New York Times bestsellers All In, The Carrot Principle, Leading with Gratitude, & Anxiety at Work. Their books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than 1.5 million copies. Learn more about their Executive Coaching practice at The Culture Works. To book Adrian and/or Chester to keynote your next event, contact email@example.com
Do you dream of doing more? Are you holding back from becoming all that you want to be? Join us in this episode of Following to Lead with Kevin East as he speaks with Kat Armstrong. Kat Armstrong has been emboldening women to be all-in for Jesus for twenty years as a speaker, Bible teacher, author, podcast host, and the Co-Founder of Polished Network. In this episode, you get to learn about the idea of understanding the Bible through the lens of stories. They also touch on the idea of women in leadership and how to be more and do more as a woman. Listen to this episode to find out more. Follow Jesus Lead Differently. The Mentoring Alliance https://www.thementoringalliance.com/ For donations https://www.thementoringalliance.com/donate To connect with Kat: https://www.katarmstrong.com https://www.instagram.com/katarmstrong1/ https://www.facebook.com/katarmstrongauthor https://twitter.com/katarmstrong1 https://polishednetwork.org https://www.thestorylineproject.com/ Similar Episodes: Ep. 87 How to love God greatly through his word with Angela Perritt Ep. 83 How to Make an Impact as a Godly Woman with Amy Cedrone Ep. 92 Following the Example of Jesus with Mark Moore Ep. 96 Following Christ through His Word with Hunter Beless Ep. 100 How to Flourish as a Leader with Tom Nelson
What's Up, 1 Timothy 2?!? All roads in the conversation for Biblical Masculinity and Biblical Femininity lead here: 1 Timothy 2, the scripture most used to keep women out of leadership roles. Today, Mike takes us on a deep dive to show how this is NOT what Paul was advocating for. What is the full context of Paul's letter? Who is he talking to? What is he addressing? We have seen that Paul had women in leadership roles throughout his ministry, so what is he saying here? What is Gnosticism? How does the full context of Genesis, the gospel and everything in-between inform Paul's writings? This verse has been used for decades to sublimate women. While you can do all things with a verse taken out of context, maybe don't :) 12:00 - 1 Timothy 2 As always, we encourage and would love discussion as we pursue. Always feel free to email in questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, and to engage the conversation on Facebook and Instagram. Learn more about the Voxology Podcast Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify Support the Voxology Podcast on Patreon The Voxology Spotify channel can be found here: Voxology Radio Follow us on Instagram: @voxologypodcast and "like" us on Facebook Follow Mike on Twitter: www.twitter.com/mikeerre Music in this episode by Timothy John Stafford Instagram & Twitter: @GoneTimothy
Are you ready to progress to that next level in your career, expand your skills or make the move to a new role and organisation? There are many ways you can develop your career and this week's episode is your guide on how to do that. I speak to Fay Wallis who is a career coach, the founder of Bright Sky Career Coaching and the host of the 5-star rated podcast - HR Coffee Time. Listen for: Fay's top tip for a CV that gets noticed The three Es model for career development and what you can do at each step How managers can facilitate valuable career conversations with their team Prepare to be surprised about what you need to focus on the most to take the next step in your career! MORE ABOUT FAY Fay is a career coach, with a background in HR who specialises in coaching HR & People professionals. She is the Founder of Bright Sky Career Coaching and has a 5 star rated podcast called HR Coffee Time, where you can hear free career advice and ideas every week. Connect with Fay on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/faywallis/ Bright Sky Career Coaching: https://www.brightskycareercoaching.co.uk/ HR Coffee Time Podcast: https://www.brightskycareercoaching.co.uk/hr-coffee-time-podcast/ HELPFUL LINKS A helpful framework for career conversations at work with Steve McIntosh: https://www.brightskycareercoaching.co.uk/hr-coffee-time-podcast/33 Fay's CV writing course: https://brightsky.vipmembervault.com/products/courses/view/1072378 Ep 86 - Taking Control of Your Career: https://carla-miller.mykajabi.com/blog/ep-86-taking-control-of-your-career Ep 79 - 6 Ways To Increase Your Visibility At Work: https://carla-miller.mykajabi.com/blog/ep-79-6-ways-to-increase-your-visibility-at-work FREE DOWNLOAD: MY TOP PODCAST EPISODES My most impactful podcast episodes - all in one place! I've created this PDF download for you with 42 of my must-listen episodes grouped into themes such as workplace diversity, inclusion and equality, boosting your confidence and leading with impact. Download Your Copy Here: https://s3.amazonaws.com/kajabi-storefronts-production/sites/33382/themes/2151814715/downloads/lSsxr4ssRcmgFVJwudvB_Recommended_Podcast_Episodes_Influence_Impact_For_Female_Leaders_.pdf ORDER MY BOOK “Closing The Influence Gap: A practical guide for women leaders who want to be heard” is now in paperback and on Kindle. Closing the Inﬂuence Gap empowers women leaders to successfully navigate the workplace, leading their way and changing it for the better. It is a reference tool packed with practical strategies and a troubleshooting section which women can draw on daily to tackle the challenging conversations, decisions and situations they face. Find out more and order you copy here: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/book WORK WITH ME As well as coaching women leaders to have more influence, make more impact and be kinder to themselves in my programme Influence & Impact, I also give keynote speeches and trainings to organisations wanting to develop women in leadership roles. Get in touch to find out more or book a call with me. Keynotes, training and coaching: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/employers Influence & Impact: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/influence-impa CONNECT WITH ME: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlamiller1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisiscarlamiller/ Website: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/ HOW CAN I SUPPORT THE PODCAST? Subscribe Share this episode with a friend Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify I would love to hear your feedback on this week's podcast. Please leave a review or come say hello on social! Thank you for listening, see you next week!
"Most people are skeptical of nontraditional careers because society has taught us to look for jobs, not opportunity." In this episode, I dive into if it's possible to be successful in direct sales in 2022 + 2023. I break down many of the myths: "You have to have a big following." "It's a pyramind scheme." (those are illegal, for the record) "You have to be salesy & push it on family and friends." And I also go into the facts: Direct Selling can offer you infrastructure that other types of businesses cannot - this creates a very low barrier to entry/low risk to start Direct Selling can meet the needs of a lot of different individuals and circumstances. And what has been especially true for me -- a direct sales business will help you learn many different business skills that will help you in all areas of your life. There really is no better training for someone looking to develop multiple skill sets, such as the following: Time management, Organization, Presentation skills, Speaking skills. I also break down a few different types of online businesses and pros + cons of each. I hope you enjoy this episode! To be mentored by me in your own Direct Selling business - go to www.mollyasplin.com/coaching Team Beachbody® does not guarantee any level of success or income from the Team Beachbody Coach Opportunity. Each Coach's income depends on his or her own efforts, diligence, and skill. See our Statement of Independent Coach Earnings for the most recent information on the actual incomes of all our Coaches.
Questions What is our denomination? Thoughts on Calvinism? Can one be a disciple but their lifestyle is not one of a disciple How to discern whether its your thoughts or God's Women in leadership? Are dreams from God? Why do we pray in tongues? How do I meditate on the word? How to stay strong in the waiting period of praying? Body Soul Spirit? Can you explain the trinity? Stay connected! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HarvestNowChurch Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/harvestnowchurch_/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@harvestnowchurch Twitter: https://twitter.com/harvest_now_ Sermon Audio: Harvest Now Church (Spotify, Apple Music etc.) Podcast: Harvest Now Conversations (Spotify, Apple Music etc.)
Today we talk with a mental coach for aviators. You'll get a firsthand account of what it's like to be a female instructor pilot in the U.S. Air Force. But rest assured there is plenty of wisdom in our discussion for the non-pilots among us. We banter about self-confidence, finding root causes, trusting your brain, women in leadership and performing at your best under pressure. Enjoy the show and please leave us a rating and review! Our guest, Tammy Barlette retired from the Air Force in 2018 after 20 years of dedicated service. During her last assignment she was an instructor pilot in the T-38 Talon. She has more than 3000 total flight hours and over 1500 hours of combat support time in both Iraq and Afghanistan. She is now a motivational speaker with years of experience teaching and empowering others to be their best. Show notes: Tammy's website: https://tammybarlette.com/ Athena's Voice: https://www.athenasvoiceusa.com/tammy-g-barlette LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tammybarlette/
Jo has led ministries and charities, planted and pastored churches, produced books and podcasts, and a whole lot more. What I like about her is her sense of fun, humility, down-to-earth wisdom and straight-talking. Check out josaxton.com to find out more about Jo's books, her Lead Stories podcast, her passion for women in leadership, the Ezer Collective and more. Choose Life in 2023: greatlakesoutreach.org/chooselife If you'd like to receive a weekly podcast episode link that you can share with your friends on WhatsApp, click this link to join the group with ease: simonguillebaud.com/inspired-podcast/#whatsapp Support the podcast at greatlakesoutreach.org/inspired For more from Simon visit: simonguillebaud.com --- Produced by Great Lakes Outreach - Transforming Burundi & Beyond: greatlakesoutreach.org
Sarah Durham is an entrepreneur and creative consultant passionate about helping entrepreneurs. She founded Big Duck in 1994 to help nonprofits increase their visibility, raise money, and communicate more effectively. Now, she serves on its board of directors after selling the business to her employees in 2021. Sarah now provides coaching to entrepreneurs, nonprofit leaders, and women in leadership roles through her firm Compton Durham. For more information, you can go to comptondurham.com. If you are thinking about exit planning from your business, I have an amazing expert who will speak to you about how she transitioned out of her business, and it's probably not what you would think. As we talk with Sarah Durham today, we discuss two different transitions Sarah made from her own companies, including an employee-ownership model with Big Duck. She shares her wisdom on owner transitions, so listen in to a great episode for any leader. "As we were transitioning to a place where I was separating from the business, I really had to practice letting go, and I really had to stop being central to conversations in order to make space for my colleagues to practice stepping into those decisions." – Sarah DurhamThis week on SmallBizChat Podcast:Transitioning to an employee-owned business. Planning your exit strategy before you're ready to transition.Employee ownership for small businesses. Types of employee-owned organizations. Sarah's work as a coach with other companies transitioning. Running and growing your business to be saleable. Difficulties of transitioning to employee ownership. Resources Mentioned:EO Equals: https://employeeownershipequals.org/ ICA Group: https://icagroup.org/ BossQuiz: https://bossquiz.com/ Connect with Sarah Durham:Website: https://www.comptondurham.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahdurham/
Welcome to Anxiety at Work --> We hope the time you spend with us will help remove the stigma of anxiety and mental health in the workplace and your personal life.In this episode you will learn:1. How to define what your One Bold Move a day is2. Why asking the right questions is key3. The importance of having daily practices and ritualsOur guest today is our new friend Shanna Hocking. Shanna is a Leadership consultant, philanthropic advisor and author of the new book, One Bold Move a Day. Shanna's book, which was published on November 8 by McGraw-Hill, draws from 20 years of experience working with teams within institutions such as the Wharton School, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Duke University. She explains how women can best support each other and themselves in leadership roles. ###Until next week, we hope you find peace & calm in a world that often is a sea of anxiety.If you love this podcast, please share it and leave a 5-star rating! If you feel inspired, we invite you to come on over to The Culture Works where we share resources and tools for you to build a high-performing culture where you work.Your hosts, Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have spent over two decades helping clients around the world engage their employees on strategy, vision and values. They provide real solutions for leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation and build high performance cultures and teams. They have been called “fascinating” by Fortune and “creative & refreshing” by The New York Times. They are authors of award-winning Wall Street Journal & New York Times bestsellers All In, The Carrot Principle, Leading with Gratitude, & Anxiety at Work. Their books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than 1.5 million copies. Learn more about their Executive Coaching practice at The Culture Works. To book Adrian and/or Chester to keynote your next event, contact email@example.com
Christy Rutherford is the the truth! When I met her through a client of mine who got her guy and then decided to pursue other coaches because of her experience in 'Get Your Guy'... I knew you had to hear from her.A little more about Christy...She has assisted women in leadership withgetting promoted through office politics and self-care❋ Assisted women with earning $10 million in raises since June 2020❋ Interviewed and featured in Forbes three times❋ Harvard Business School Alumna - Program For Leadership Development❋ Certified Executive Leadership Coach - Georgetown University❋ 13th African-American Woman To Achieve The Rank of Commander (Lieutenant Colonel equivalent) in US Coast Guard's 230 Year History❋ Published Five #1 Best-Selling Books on Amazon in Eight Months❋ 2018 Harvard Business School Launching New Ventures Pitch Competition Grand Master ChampionCheck her out here: https://www.christyrutherford.com/
I'm interviewing Lena Olympio. Lena hosted a fantastic conversation about Women in Leadership. You all know how important that is to us here at Cisco and on this podcast so I wanted to share it with all of you. Lena interviewed 3 incredible leaders here at Cisco Dana, Alex and Allison (a part of our Partners Organization) - they were rightfully recognized as this year's Women of the Channel among many other incredible humans. I was inspired by their story and inevitably became more curious about Lena's. In this episode you can expect to hear more about Lena, her career journey and how her interview with Dana, Alex and Allison truly inspired her. You'll also hear about the different paths non-technical people can take to get into a technical role – especially women. And lastly, the biggest take away from this conversation ... you don't have to be in a position of quote "leadership" to. lead. I've included their full conversation at 32 minutes and 30 seconds at the end of my interview with Lena. I hope you are inspired and can take this energy with you into the holiday season! More on Lena:Lena Olympio is currently a Technical Solutions Architect at Cisco. She joined Cisco in November 2012 as contractor, auditing customer service phone calls and cases, and worked her way into a Global Process Manager role in March of 2015 to drive process improvement within the Cisco Commerce Workspace (CCW) customer service teams.With Cisco's latest focus on security, Lena is excited to be working in an area that is helping drive the company's priorities. She is perpetually learning and sharing her knowledge with others to help them achieve their personal and professional goals.More on the Women of the Channel 2022:https://unifiedguru.com/record-38-cisco-leaders-make-crns-2022-women-of-the-channel-list/Alexandra Della Serahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-della-sera/?dtid=oblgzzz000659https://www.crn.com/rankings-and-lists/wotc2022-details.htm?w=299Dana Millerhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/dana-coop-miller/?dtid=oblgzzz000659https://www.crn.com/rankings-and-lists/wotc2022-details.htm?w=822Alison Stahlhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/alisonstahl/?dtid=oblgzzz000659https://www.crn.com/rankings-and-lists/wotc2022-details.htm?w=1153
Coco Brown wants to see the world evolve. And she's not willing to wait: She works tirelessly to propel women into well-deserved leadership roles and help them thrive there. Coco is the Founder and CEO of Athena Alliance, a SaaS platform for women seeking to gain, expand and master leadership roles. Athena Alliance provides live and on-demand learning, networking, coaching, and access to career opportunities for the world's top women leaders. With Athena's support, thousands of women have advanced their executive careers and more than 300 women have landed board seats. Prior to founding Athena Alliance, Coco served as COO, President and Board Director at Taos, where she led the company out of near-bankruptcy and ushered them towards their successful acquisition by IBM. Coco is also a renowned Keynote Speaker and Writer. She has spoken at Microsoft's elite global CEO Summit and has been published in Fortune, Forbes, NACD, WSJ, and Bloomberg. She has also received a variety of leadership awards, from Business Woman of the Year in Silicon Valley and San Francisco to Silicon Valley's top 100 Women of Influence. Keep the pulse on shifts in business and culture… When asked about the rise of women in executive roles, Coco Brown has plenty of valuable insight. Before she realized there was an issue, she was already at the top - and realized that there weren't a lot of other women at the top with her. After doing some digging and examining cultural attitudes, she noticed powerful trends towards a more conscious model of commerce, a steady increase in consumer power and a collective desire to create a better world through better business. A lot of these shifts are being explored by women, nonbinary individuals and people of color who are rising into positions previously filled by men - or conceptualizing new executive positions that have never existed before. How will you create the future? By empowering women and historically-excluded individuals to ascend into leadership roles, Athena Alliance works to build a more diverse and prosperous world for all people. Their goal is to be a resource for leaders who want to grow in their positions and be the best in their respective industrues, and they have members hailing from industry giants including Microsoft, Bank of America, and Disney; as well as rising leaders like Databricks, Stripe and TalkDesk. During her research Coco Brown looked to the history of the stock market. She realized that men have had hundreds of years to become comfortable with investing, risk-taking, entrepreneurship and leadership, while women are just now learning some of these skills. Just like men did during the conception of the stock exchange, Coco recognized a need for information-sharing in order to give women the boost they need. Unlike a traditional MBA which can at times become irrelevant even by graduation day, Coco sought to construct a place for powerful and knowledgeable women can share information in order to success in business. Now, Athena Alliance has an on-demand learning platform to help executives flourish, develop and grow as leaders. In minutes, members of Athena Alliance can access half a dozen women sharing their own experiences and giving valuable professional advice. Quotes “There's been a fundamental flipping of power from businesses to consumers. It almost doesn't matter how poor you are, you have a device in your hand and a voice. Companies are no longer able to tell people what a brand feels like, how you should feel and who you become when you have the brand…consumers tell brands that!” “Consumers were being mistreated by brands and are taking control. That fundamental shift is what has created the adoption of conscious capitalism in the United States.” “If the power is changing, and the powers that be are paying attention, then what is required at the top of leadership is a lot more integrated than it ever was before. It's a shift away from valuing risk-taking at all expense, competition and the fight to win….traits we consider very masculine. It's a shift towards bringing in vulnerability, cooperation, co-opetition, caring for society and for one another, and these are very feminine qualities.” “If you're going to be a senior leader, you have to have a dynamic way of keeping your finger on the pulse of wisdom. That is an increasingly difficult challenge.” “Don't just focus on the endgame. Focus on being a great leader throughout. We're all so busy - We need to get access to learning in a dynamic and instantaneous way.” “I'm compelled to try to help whenever I can. If I walk away from someone with their hand out on the street, I'm very aware of what my justification is. That is not a Mother Thesa virtue… I just get disappointed when I don't see other people helping. It's disappointing when we get so caught up in our own needs that we don't see the needs of others. That's central to my brand.” “I want to see the world evolve. I want to see leadership at the top of business represent the demographics of the society that it serves.” “I want the structure of business to fundamentally change. It was designed around the elites and the factory model. The way you progress and get access to opportunities are based around the elite.” Links mentioned in this episode: Visit the Athena Alliance Website: www.athenaalliance.com Connect with Coco Brown on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cocobrown/ Follow The Athena Alliance on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/company/the-athena-alliance Follow The Athena Alliance on Twitter: https://twitter.com/athenaalliance
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This is a guest interview with The Woman School Founder, January Donovan. I felt so inspired by this conversation! January Donovan is the founder of The Woman School and The Wholeness Coaching School. She is a #1 best-selling author, an entrepreneur, and a mother of 8 children. She has over 20 years of experience training women, and she gives practical mindset and skill training for women you won't get anywhere else. She has built a business while staying in love and prioritizing her 8 children. Yes, 8 children! January is fierce about integrating business and motherhood. She believes that our professional dreams cannot be apart from our personal dreams; we just need to train up for them. Motherhood is an olympic sport and the gold medal is raising children that will bring good into the world. If we want true success then we have to train ourselves to build businesses that integrate every part of our lives. Learn more about January at thewomanschool.com and connect with her via firstname.lastname@example.org Follow her on Instagram @thewomanschool Please take a screenshot and share your biggest takeaway on IG stories. Tag me @molly.asplin so that I can shout you out! For my monthly bootcamp groups - www.mollyasplin.com/bootcamp For my coaching mentorship - www.mollyasplin.com/coaching 14 Nights of Easy Dinner Recipes - www.mollyasplin.com/meals Printable Goal Guide - www.mollyasplin.com/goalguide
In today's episode, Emilie welcomes author and corporate inclusion visionary, Deepa Purushothaman, to discuss her recent book, The First, the Few, the Only: How Women of Color can Redefine Power in Corporate America. Listen in to hear how we can reshape our relationship to power as women, and learn from women of color who advocate for career progress and systemic change.Related Links:Learn more about DeepaDeepa's book: The First, the Few, the Only: How Women of Color can Redefine Power in Corporate AmericaEmilie's book: Bossed UpLean In x McKinsey 2022 Report: The State of Women in Corporate AmericaEp 309: Why is Corporate America Failing Black Women?Learn more about Level UpJoin the Bossed Up Courage Community Follow us on LinkedinGot a career conundrum you want us to cover on the podcast? Call and leave us a voicemail NOW at 910-668-BOSS(2677).
Can women serve within the church? Can women lead the church or be a leader in the world? The Bible gives us many examples of some amazing women and the opportunities that God used their talents to lead the masses. Join us in this season's final episode as our hosts are joined by OHC Children's Minister, Selma Rivas, as they dive deeper into the topic of women in leadership. Shop our merch! https://ohcmerch.church Follow us! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ohc.oakhillschurch Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OHC.oakhillschurch YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/oakhillschurch TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@oakhillschurch Twitter: https://twitter.com/oakhillschurch_ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/oak-hills-church/
International Men's dayTRIGGER AlertHave people around you celebrated you as a man this weekend ?I find it very very very interesting how we as a society still struggle with masculinity. Do we confuse masculinity with poor leadership ?? Full on toxic behaviour has nothing to do with masculinity but has everything to do with blindly continuing to follow outdated leadership skills.Trust me in recent years I saw many women in leadership positions with outrageous, toxic behaviours and then society expects me to be grateful that ladies finally made it into CEO/ Leading positions, F*** NO !!!I genuinely don't care who is leading a country, hosting an event, teaching a workshop etc. if that person is leading from a place of compassion, love, integrity I'm in. But I'm not blindly going to celebrate a women in power if she suppresses other women and verbally mistreats my brothers.The day I realized how sick my relationship with men is and how much damage I had brought to my relationships because I still had not healed from trauma involving men (I was still filled with rage and hostility) was an extremely scary day..So funny how I kept trying to be in relationship with men but hadn't done any work on releasing anger, pain and disappointment. . . We talk lots about toxic masculinity, can we see the very positive and healing traits of masculinity as well ? YES, call people out on their BS YES, set boundaries.YES, speak up when you feel treated poorly AND at the same timeSee the brother, healer, father, protector, nurturer in your community and celebrate him.I want to ask this:How is a mother who is still angry, hurt, disappointed in men going to raise a healthy/ empowered boy/man ?How is a mother who is still resentful towards men and fearful going to raise a daughter that is confident and loving towards men ?I strongly belief that if we CAN NOT celebrate each other we will not be able to move forward as a society and stay stuck in a very hostile and fragile world.Join me this week for a couple minutes of intentional togethernesswith love and much respectAuroraI'm very excited to guide you closer to your real, authentic self. My vision is to support your growth.This is a place where you can recharge your batteries, reconnect to yourself, really get to know yourself and find out what steps you can take to untangleyourself from a situation you don't wish to be in. I invite you to get to know yourself better in order for you to make the right choices for yourself in the future.Learn more atwww.auroraeggertcoaching.comFree yourself from the ongoing destructive inner chatter become the strongest most authentic version of yourself.Let's dive in and find out more about this juicy topic that will most likely affect you in one way or another. In this episode and many other episodes I touch on topics that I usually work on with my clients. Here in my podcast it will be targeted to a broad spectrum of people. If you'd like to go more into depth with a topic I address, reach out to me.with love and much respectAuroraIf you love what you learned, be sure to hit that follow button so you never miss a future episode, and make sure to leave a review to help me reach more listeners just like you looking to follow...
As two women who identify as the left side of the political aisle, we question why the UK Conservative party has a track record of putting women forward to be elected (unlike the Labour party) and yet these women are constantly set up for failure.When we're in the conversation about women in leadership, we identify that the failings are present in all industries - from politics to porn.ps: please excuse me for calling Megan Markle, Magle.
Are you at full capacity but still saying yes to whatever is asked at you at work and home? In this episode, I'm sharing tips, strategies and ways of reframing your thinking to help you if you're overwhelmed from trying to do it all. Listen for: How to let go of the “shoulds” that are adding to your to do list My top tip for saying no with confidence I hope this episode helps you to do less and create more space and rest in your life. RECOMMENDED EPISODES Are You A People Pleaser?: https://pod.link/1435136477/episode/270919d8b209b48e8f42f7bf3f960517 Become Great At Delegating: https://pod.link/1435136477/episode/88e3418cb66c33773f85362858c5e48b Are We Addicted To Productivity?: https://pod.link/1435136477/episode/67abb4c9640c4d46db96161000f67e1d Are You Running On Autopilot?: https://pod.link/1435136477/episode/56578fd03c154dc9e269f282f111b241 FREE DOWNLOAD: MY TOP PODCAST EPISODES My most impactful podcast episodes - all in one place! I've created this PDF download for you with 42 of my must-listen episodes grouped into themes such as workplace diversity, inclusion and equality, boosting your confidence and leading with impact. Download Your Copy Here: https://s3.amazonaws.com/kajabi-storefronts-production/sites/33382/themes/2151814715/downloads/lSsxr4ssRcmgFVJwudvB_Recommended_Podcast_Episodes_Influence_Impact_For_Female_Leaders_.pdf ORDER MY BOOK “Closing The Influence Gap: A practical guide for women leaders who want to be heard” is now in paperback and on Kindle. Closing the Inﬂuence Gap empowers women leaders to successfully navigate the workplace, leading their way and changing it for the better. It is a reference tool packed with practical strategies and a troubleshooting section which women can draw on daily to tackle the challenging conversations, decisions and situations they face. Find out more and order you copy here: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/book WORK WITH ME As well as coaching women leaders to have more influence, make more impact and be kinder to themselves in my programme Influence & Impact, I also give keynote speeches and trainings to organisations wanting to develop women in leadership roles. Get in touch to find out more or book a call with me. Keynotes, training and coaching: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/employers Influence & Impact: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/influence-impa CONNECT WITH ME: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlamiller1/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisiscarlamiller/ Website: https://www.carlamillertraining.com/ HOW CAN I SUPPORT THE PODCAST? Subscribe Share this episode with a friend Leave a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify I would love to hear your feedback on this week's podcast. Please leave a review or come say hello on social! Thank you for listening, see you next week!
"If men are 75% of leadership today, we are 75% of the problem with advancing women (in the workplace), but we are also 75% of the solution"Join us as we talk to Gender Strategist, former Coca-Cola Executive and the President of YWomen, Jeffery Tobias Halter about the importance of engaging men in the advancement of women in the workplace. About JefferyJeffery Tobias Halter is a Consultant, Author, Gender Strategist and the President of YWomen, a strategic consulting company focused on engaging men in women's leadership advancement. YWomen focuses on driving actionable business plans and strategies to help organizations create Integrated Women's Leadership Strategies. Jeffery is the former Director of Diversity Strategy for The Coca-Cola Company.Jeffery is a two-time TEDx speaker and the author multiple books, including his most recent one WHY WOMEN, The Leadership Imperative to Advancing Women and Engaging Men. His clients include IBM, Amazon, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and dozens of other Fortune 500 companies. Jeffery currently is on the Board of Directors Trustees for the Miss America Organization.Connect with Jefferey on LinkedIn Available on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcast. If you enjoyed the episode share it with a friend. Stay up to date with all of our news by following us on Linkedin or better yet, apply to become a VEST Member at www.VESTHer.co
Join us today as Colleen Interview's Sabine Gedeon on Take the Leap. Sabine Gedeon is the Founder & CEO of Gedeon Enterprises, a coaching and consulting company dedicated to elevating, enriching, and empowering leaders to become the best version of themselves. She has been a Business Partner and Leadership Strategist for over 15 years, supporting emerging and seasoned leaders in growing their confidence, teams, and impact. Sabine is also the Author of Transformed, The Journey to Becoming, and President and Founder of SHE Leads Network, a network for impact-driven women in leadership, focused on transforming the way women work, lead, and do business together. To connect with the host: Colleen Biggs https://www.meetup.com/Leap-for-ladies/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/colleen-biggs/ Snag a copy of her latest book, Step Into the Spotlight to Expand your Influence here https://colleenbiggs.net/books/ You can also find our weekly interviews and instructional videos on Youtube here. https://www.youtube.com/c/ColleenBiggs Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/colleen.s.biggs/ Find out more about how you can work directly with Colleen, click here https://colleenbiggs.net/coaching/ and join the Leap Community so you can Step Into the Spotlight, be seen, be heard, and be visible today! https://colleenbiggs.net/community/
Teresa Vozza is a certified Executive Coach and Leadership Expert, as well as a passionate advocate for eradicating burnout in the executive ranks. Her goal is to help people (especially women) achieve greatness without the grind.According to statistics, 60% of women are burnt out. And, they are burning out at a much faster pace than men.In this conversation, we talk about:- Social conditioning and how that plays into how women show up at work- Recognizing patterns that are harming us- Warning signs to catch early on/before it's too late- Replacing behaviors (or what to do instead)- How to understand and protect yourself“I confused my high sense of urgency, hustle, and responsiveness as almost my superpowers. I thought that those things were going to get me ahead and I had proof they did – because I continued to receive promotions. That was the way I was going to lead and continue to enjoy success… But, it led to me experiencing major anxiety and ending up on a stretcher, headed to the ER, with a diagnosis of severe burnout. At the time, I had no idea what I was going through. I didn't know what to look for. I just knew how to push and to work.”Whether you identify as a woman or work with women, this conversation is an important one. I hope you'll join us!-----Teresa Vozza is a leadership expert, certified executive coach, and former Human Resources Executive with over 20 years of corporate experience, most recently at Allianz Partners as CHRO. She is highly skilled in leading change, building executive teams, communication strategy, and increasing employee engagement and wellbeing through facilitating heart-centred leadership conversations.She is a passionate advocate for eradicating burnout in the executive ranks. As a consultant and coach, she has worked both one-on-one and in group format withsenior teams and professionals from Manager to CEO. She is a seasoned facilitator, strategist, and speaker.In addition to her work with established leaders, Teresa trains seasoned professionals in the advanced skills of negotiation, crucial conversations, and becoming promotion-ready. In her corporate career, she has led hundreds of participants through leadership courses and workshops. She is a regular contributor on Breakfast Television and several podcasts, such as Power Presence Position, Wickedly Smart Women, and Entrepreneurs On Fire.Teresa is described as bold yet heart centred. Pragmatic yet visionary. Direct yet approachable. Challenging yet responsive. Reflective yet results oriented.Teresa is a graduate of McMaster University, the Canada Coach Academy, and accredited with the International Coaching Federation as well as The Accredited Board of Neurolinguistic Programming (ABNLP).She is a wife to Greg, and mother to two fabulous kids, Connor, and Isabel.LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teresa-vozza-chrl-cca/Website: https://teresavozza.ca/Email: email@example.com
We don't often find women in leadership roles inside the church, and to see women in leadership is a breath of fresh air. When Megan Hermes started seeing the massive empowerment from Jesus for women, that's when Megan started wrestling with the idea of stepping into the light and becoming an evangelist. Serving the ministry full-time for 20 years now, Megan Hermes is the Staff and Operations Pastor at Hope Valley Church in Denver. Along with her husband, she started the campus ministry which started at a campus university church. You might disagree with the things we talk about in our discussion today, but what's important is that we continue to learn and grow from these conversations. Because Jesus loves not just sinners, but even women as well. In this episode, you will hear: The story of The Resurrection: the person whom Jesus called first to tell everyone that He has risen – is a woman Other examples of passages in the Bible where women were leading the church How Jesus is bringing the new kingdom A verse in the Bible says women should be allowed to learn and have the capacity to teach. The gift of influence among women and the issue of patriarchy How to apply Jesus' radical love today Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: Hope Valley: https://hvdenver.org/ Hope Valley Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hopevalleychurch/ How to NOT Read the Bible: https://amzn.to/3UhPNP i (affiliate) Theological Cheat Sheet: https://kadicole.ck.page/33321dd68f Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com. Let them know I sent you.
I had a blast recording this episode with Nancy. She is full of wisdom and insight and loves to share what she has learned with others. She is a fellow CHIEF and is equally as passionate about the advancement of women in leadership. In this episode she shares:· How growing up in a male dominated environment paved the way for her to break barriers and become the dynamic woman she is today.· Some of the biggest lessons she learned in her career and how that taught her to take risks.· What compelled her to pivot into co-founding CAP STRAT.· The story behind how 2 women refused to mentor her in her early career in Wallstreet, a time when women saw each other as competition and kept their elbows out, became part of the catalyst for her starting the Women's Forum.· How she and her team started something called “The Culture Club” 4.5 years ago and how it has deeply impacted their people.· Why money is power and why more women need it.· Some financial tips and takeaways for women around: equity payouts, investment, 401K, HSA, estate planning and ALWAYS having an emergency fund.· What the best advice she was given by her parents growing up. Make sure to connect with Nancy on LinkedIn and check out Cap Strat and their Women's Forum. All links below. https://capstratwomensforum.com/https://www.capstratig.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancyrizzuto/Advertisement:Support for this episode is brought to you by MANSCAPED, the best in personal grooming. Just in time for the holidays, MANSCAPED is offering "The Performance Package", a gift that is packed with goodies. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SONNIE20 at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpodhttps://www.manscaped.com/A rising tide raises all ships, and I invite you along in this journey to Evoke Greatness!Check out my website: www.evokegreatness.comFollow me on: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonnie-linebarger-899b9a52/ https://www.instagram.com/evoke.greatness/
This week on C-Sweet Talks, Beth and Dianne interview Kidsave CEO and Co-Founder, Randi Thompson, about her current work helping children in war-torn Ukraine, as well as her broader work helping children across the globe.When Randi Thompson visited an orphanage in Kazakhstan more than 20 years ago, she saw teens forced to move out with no place to go, no skills, and no hope. Inspired to create a new future for these kids she went to work building Kidsave programs and she hasn't stopped since. Randi is a 30-year veteran of outcome-based marketing and communications projects designed to effect social change. In 2016, Randi was awarded the Department of Health and Human Services Children's Bureau Adoption Excellence Award for Child Welfare/Judicial Systems Change for Weekend Miracles.
Meet Jenn Graham. Jenn is the Founder and CEO of Inclusivv, a platform helping companies, communities, and individuals make deeper connections and ignite change through guided conversations. Throughout her life and career Jenn has been drawn to a diverse set of interests. Often this meant that she connected with others but never quite fully belonged in any one group. It would be over a decade before Jenn saw how her divergent interests and skills were meant to come together.On this episode we explore topics including: How intuition plays an important part in creating alignmentEmbracing diverse interests rather than feeling the need to hyper focusAsking for what you want and need,Making the decision to become an entrepreneur and tech founder.Important Links:Connect with Jenn on LinkedInLearn more about My Human Design
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dawn Stargell Moore, Moore 2 Life Consultants (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 573) Dawn Stargell Moore with Moore 2 Life Consultants joined host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They talked about Dawn’s work at Moore 2 Life Consultants, purpose, GNFCC’s […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dawn Stargell Moore, Moore 2 Life Consultants appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Tiffany Greenway, Chick-fil-A Corporate (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 574) Tiffany Greenway, Director of Effectiveness & Operations at Chick-fil-A Corporate, joined host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They discussed her work at Chick-fil-A, career mapping, the high points of the […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Tiffany Greenway, Chick-fil-A Corporate appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
How confident are you in your ability to influence others? Learning to build your visibility and influence for career advancement is not something that is widely taught. In fact many of us don't discover just how necessary and critical these are to success and growth until much later in our careers.In this episode of the She Leads Now Podcast, we have Kim Meninger, is an Executive Coach, TEDx speaker and Host of the Impostor Syndrome Files podcast. She is passionate about empowering women to become more confident, visible and influential.Having worked in the high-tech industry for over 10 years, Kim understands the challenges facing women in the workplace and strives to be the resource to others she wishes she had.Key Takeaways:Why networking and building relationships are important in your workplace and in business.Being self-aware of the things we can do as a woman to step up and exercise our power and influence.How to overcome imposter syndrome and have the confidence to lead and show up when challenges appear.Resources Mentioned:Website: https://yourcareersuccess.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/KimMeningerBook Recommendations:The Fix by Michelle King****************************************************RESOURCES -Elevate Your Leadership! Register and join the 3-day Elevate Your Leadership Workshop, held November 28th through the 30th live via Zoom, This workshop has been designed specifically for ambitious impact driven women in leadership who want to elevate their leadership to the highest level possible and show up as the best version of themselves in every single area of their life. Head over to https://sabinegedeon.com/elevate to register and SAVE YOUR SPOT TODAY!Grow as a leader, hire better, and inspire high-performing teams!The Predictive Index Assessment provides you with a deeper understanding of your strengths and caution areas. The short survey identifies core behavioral drives that provide a clear picture of how you work and how you can collaborate best with others.Discover Your Values!The Personal Values Assessment is a simple survey that takes just a few minutes of your time and provides a wealth of information about why you do what you do. Who you are, what you hold dear, what upsets you, and what underlies your decisions, are all connected to your personal values. Results are sent to you via email with insights and analysis into Your Values & what they mean.About SabineWith a human-centered approach to leadership development, Sabine has been a Business Partner and Leadership Strategist for over 15 years, supporting emerging and seasoned leaders in growing their confidence, teams, and impact. Sabine is also the Author of Transformed, The Journey to Becoming, and Founder of SHE Leads Network, a professional development community for ambitious, impact-driven women in leadership, focused on transforming the way women work, lead, and do business together.Connect With Sabine!Website - https://www.sabinegedeon.comLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sabinegedeon
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dr. Julie Petherbridge, Mercer University School of Business (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 575) Dr. Julie Petherbridge, Dean of Mercer University School of Business joined host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They talked about the Mercer School of Business, the […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Dr. Julie Petherbridge, Mercer University School of Business appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
In this episode of True Print for Life, Host Christina Vera and Co-Host Maylin Sambois discuss the complexity of dealing with drama in households, corporations, and businesses in a post-pandemic world. Maylin and Christina decided to launch True Print for Life for anyone who is looking for more strategy, passion, and purpose in their lives. The podcast will be featuring intimate interviews with top performers/experts in business, finance, and lifestyle, as well as deep dives into topics like health and manifestation. In 2014, Maylin and Christina launched Femergy®, a 5o1c3 non-profit organization. Femergy stands for Female Energy and provides additional access and support in helping bridge the gap of women in leadership and decisions making positions. The True Print for Life Podcast has everything you need to level up your life and business! New episodes premiere every other Wednesday Starting in June 2021! True Print for Life Website: https://www.femergy.org/true-print-podcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0MgGDnUJ8m8uO5nEorqYMn?si=RW9s7v-rQLu67_XN2vMg2A&dl_branch=1 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-print-for-life/id1571622222 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/trueprintforlife Femergy: https://www.femergy.org/ Femergy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamfemergy/?hl=en
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Gloria Mattei, Nothing Bundt Cakes (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 569) Gloria Mattei, Owner of two Nothing Bundt Cakes stores in North Fulton, joined North Fulton Business Radio host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They talked about the growth of […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Gloria Mattei, Nothing Bundt Cakes appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Nikki McCauley, State Farm (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 570) State Farm Agent Nikki McCauley joined North Fulton Business Radio host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They chatted about why she joined State Farm, why she’s a Greater North Fulton […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Nikki McCauley, State Farm appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
As a woman in leadership, I find myself vacillating between pushing hard with intensity OR getting small when there is a lot of push back. I'd like to live more in the center. What are your thoughts on how to do that? Uniquely, for women in leadership, there's a see-saw that we can ride trying to get centered on who we want to be as leaders. Sometimes the cards are stacked against women in leadership and it gives us the impression that we need to prove ourselves in ways that our counterparts don't necessarily have to do. LEAD CENTERED IN YOUR VALUES The pressure to prove ourselves as women and even any leader can get us off-center from our core values. We often don't know values are operating until some conflict rears up – like riding the see-saw, right? At that moment you feel tension within yourself and that tells you that a value is playing out right now. And sometimes that value looks like resistance, frustration, aggressiveness, but it can also look like giving up, walking away or getting small. To get off the see-saw of behavior, you've got to look deeper at what is going on behind the scenes and driving your discomfort or inner tension. SURROUND YOURSELF WITH WISE, HONEST COUNSEL Whether a male or female leader, those I've worked with find talking through values to be invaluable. We need spaces in our lives as leaders where we can dig deep and articulate our core values. The questions, comments and encouragement from others around us can help us draw out those things which are consistently important to us Clear values guide decisions and create the center point that holds you from over-intensity or minimizing who you are. MORE CONFIDENCE WITH EXPERIENCE Anchoring into our values and gaining the kind of clarity that plays out in the trenches is about walking through this over and over again. It will mean coming back to center over and over again. Yep, the challenges you face – especially those that come from people around you will knock you off center over and over. Every single time is an opportunity to practice finding your center. NEXT STEPS: Get clear on your values Talk it out with your people Live out your values It's probably more like a cycle and less like steps. So, dive in and go around the circle a few times and see what you learn about living in your center. LINKS TO CHECK OUT: Send your question HERE – in writing or by recording Episode 35: A non-anxious presence in an anxious world Values Exercise Learn more about Annie
New Life Midtown is one of New Life Church's eight congregations, meeting in six locations, speaking three languages in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Our mission is to make disciples in the Pikes Peak Region by calling people to worship, connect and serve.Stay Connected: Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/newlifemidtown/Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/NewLifeMidtownWebsite- https://midtown.newlifechurch.org
DEI is always going to be an important topic, but what's missing right now is the focus on diverse leadership. This year at Cvent CONNECT Europe, we hosted our first-ever leadership summit. At the summit, we discussed some of those bigger trends in the industry. In one of the panels, we focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion with a sub-conversation centered on women in leadership. This episode is a recording of that panel where guests Muriel Poulenc Charpentier (https://www.linkedin.com/in/muriel-poulenc-charpentier-ab23a910/?originalSubdomain=fr), Director of Strategic Industries at Radisson Hotel Group (https://www.radissonhotels.com/en-us/), Marsha Jackson (https://www.linkedin.com/in/marsha-jackson-b2450431/), Project Director for the Conscious Advertising Network (https://www.consciousadnetwork.com/), Winnie Palmer (https://www.linkedin.com/in/winniepalmer/), EMEA Head of Marketing at Seismic (https://seismic.com/), and Stacey Fontenot (https://www.linkedin.com/in/stacey-fontenot-138aa8/), Cvent's Senior Vice President of Marketing and Founder of our Women in Leadership Program share their perspectives.
Today we are joined by Stephanie Paul. Stephanie is an actress, a trainer, and keynote speaker. She has over 30 years of experience in the entertainment industry and she uses that now as she coaches and trains executives, sales teams, Tedx speakers and experts of all kinds to become master communicators. She is also a proud member of EOA and on the board of the directors of the Alzheimer's Association in Orange County. She is an active member of WIB, and the Vice Chair of Young Women in Bio. [Nov 14th, 2022] 00:00 – Intro 00:23 – Intro Links Social-Engineer.com Managed Voice Phishing Managed Email Phishing Adversarial Simulations Social-Engineer channel on SLACK CLUTCH innocentlivesfoundation.org 02:10 – Stephanie Paul Intro 02:59 – How did you go from acting to coaching communications? 06:34 – Dark Side of the Moon 08:03 – The Magic of Story 09:14 – Can anyone learn to use storytelling? 11:43 – Practice, practice, practice! 13:49 – How is storytelling used in Leadership? 16:31 – Reflecting your values 18:15 – The beauty of mistakes 21:32 – You're not born with it! 23:28 – Mentorship 28:32 – The importance of Accountability 30:10 – Make them want the banana 33:24 – Valley Girl 35:39 – Find Stephanie Paul online LinkedIn: in/stephaniepaulinc/ Facebook: @StephaniePaulInc Website: stephaniepaulinc.com/ 36:50 – Women In Leadership 37:49 – Book Recommendations: Be Exceptional - Joe Navarro- https://amzn.to/3E8v21I Conversational Intelligence – Judith Glaser - https://amzn.to/3hzy1bX The Magic of Story – Stephanie Paul - https://amzn.to/3UzytFP 40:55 – Who are your greatest mentors? Mother Dr. Betty Uribe 44:42 – Guest Wrap Up 45:17 – Outro www.social-engineer.com www.innocentlivesfoundation.org
On today's episode Claudia Miller shares how organizations can identify, nurture, and promote women in leadership roles. Listen in as Deborah and Claudia discuss why women are often overlooked when promoting from within, how organizations are addressing gaps in talent pipelines, and strategies women can implement today to position themselves for leadership roles. Claudia also shares key questions organizations can ask to identify top talent. Claudia Miller is a sought-after Career Coach for Women In Tech and she's helped her clients land fulfilling jobs in less than 90-days with an average of 56% in salary increases. Her clients have received $30,000 to $120,000 in additional earned income. She also partners with companies and organizations in identifying rising stars within their organizations and providing strategy insights and support in developing a leadership and talent pipeline with a focus on Women and Women of Color. Due to her efforts she's worked with Top Fortune 500 Clients + has partnered with World Business Chicago in developing a Workforce Development strategy in coordination with the City of Chicago's efforts in decreasing unemployment rates for persons of color. She's also the Creator & Host of "Roadmap To The Executive Suite" podcast. Due to her clients success she's been featured multiple times in Forbes, MSNBC, Thrive Global and Business Insider put her in their top global list of Top Innovative Career Coaches. You can connect with Claudia in the following ways: Website: https://www.claudiatmiller.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudiatmiller/ Whether you are a C-Suite Leader of today or tomorrow, take charge of your career with confidence and leverage the insights of The CEO's Compass: Your Guide to Get Back on Track. To learn more about The CEO's Compass, you can get your copy here: https://amzn.to/3AKiflR See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Susan MacKenty Brady is the Deloitte Ellen Gabriel Chair for Women and Leadership at Simmons University and the first Chief Executive Officer of The Simmons University Institute for Inclusive Leadership. The Institute develops the mindset and skills of leaders at all stages of life so they can foster gender parity and cultures of inclusion.As a relationship expert, leadership wellbeing coach, author, and speaker, Susan educates leaders and executives globally on fostering self-awareness for optimal leadership. Susan advises executive teams on how to work together effectively and create inclusion and gender parity in organizations. She is passionate about working with women at all levels of organizational leadership to fully realize—and manifest—their leadership potential.Susan's newest book, Arrive and Thrive: 7 Impactful Practices for Women Navigating Leadership, provides readers with the practices they need to thrive as they rise to positions of greater responsibility, risk, and reward. Co-authored with Janet Foutty and Lynn Perry Wooten, Arrive and Thrive is based on the latest research, boots-on-the-ground experience, and advice from 24 of the world's most successful leaders. Women who arrive at the top should be able to thrive at the top. Arrive and Thrive helps women in leadership show as their authentic self, step into their own personal power, and inspire excellence and equity in their teams; all while leading a highly-fulfilling life. Released in April 2022, Arrive and Thrive has landed on the best-seller list in the Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today.During the interview, we discuss…3 top tips for thrivinghow to know when you're thrivingwhat happens when a leader ignores their wellbeingbecoming more self-awarefostering a culture of belonging and inclusionGet in touch after the interview…Website: https://www.arriveandthrive.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/susanbrady5126/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/susan-mackenty-bradyGet the book Arrive & Thrive https://www.amazon.com/Arrive-Thrive-Impactful-Navigating-Leadership/dp/126428635XClaim your free gift!We're giving away a one-year membership to the world's #1 business book summary service for leaders! Our gift will help you stay on top of the latest ideas, decide which books to read next, and engage your teams.To get your gift:Leave a rating or review on your favorite listening channel.Take a screenshot of your review.Share the screenshot on LinkedIn, and mention either “Allison Dunn” or “Deliberate Directions” and the “Deliberate Leaders Podcast”.=============Allison DunnExecutive Business CoachDeliberate Directions + Executive Business Coaching + Training Center3003 W Main Street, Suite 110, Boise ID 83702(208) 350-6551Website https://www.deliberatedirections.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisondunnPodcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliberate-leaders-podcast-with-allison-dunn/id1500464675
One act of giving can change somebody's world, but one heart of giving has the power to transform. As the magic of another holiday season draws near, sharing its warmth should be at the top of each of our lists. But the greatest gift any of us can give is dignity and inclusion to someone who needs a little help shining brighter this year. Nina Kimbrough is the Executive Director of the Johnson County Christmas Bureau, and her passion for service is helping low-income neighbors from newborn to nursing home find joy and wonder once more. A single person can make a difference. This year, let that person be you. JCCB Shopping is 12/2-12/10. For more information, please visit: https://jccb.org/ Extra Innings and fun with Nina: https://bit.ly/RTBNinaKimbrough
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Anita Henderson, Write Your Life (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 565) Anita Henderson, CEO & Founder of Write Your Life & The Write Image Consulting, LLC, joined host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They chatted about her work at Write […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Anita Henderson, Write Your Life appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Chon Trent, PGA Tour Superstore (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 566) Chon Trent, Manager of Integrated Marketing Communications with PGA Tour Superstore, joined host John Ray LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit. They talked about the PGA Tour Superstore, executive sponsorship for women, […] The post LIVE from the GNFCC 2022 Women in Leadership Summit: Chon Trent, PGA Tour Superstore appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Sam and Emma host Nicole Hemmer, professor of History at Vanderbilt University, to discuss her recent book Partisans: The Conservative Revolutionaries Who Remade American Politics in the 1990's. First, Sam and Emma run through updates on Twitter's Terms of Service strict Elon Musk-enforced parody laws, Biden's talks with Russia, the drying Colorado River, and early voting backlash heading into the midterms. Professor Hemmer then joins as she dives right into a quick overview of the arc of her book, beginning with the Reagan Era's birth of neoliberalism and working through the extreme neoconservative polarization in the '90s and 2000s, before she jumps back to the divide between Reagan's regime and the George H.W. Bush administration, both in terms of geopolitics – with the end of the Cold War – and on the domestic side – with the emergence of conservative political activists. Diving deeper into this reactionary revolution, Sam, Emma, and Nicole look to the shift from Reagan's oddly optimistic spin on conservatism to the party of Gingrich in the 1990s that behaved with the frenetic urgency of minoritarian rule, obstructing government in any way they could while their radicalism was bolstered by the rise of talk radio paranoia and a Democratic party that was chasing them to the right. After briefly tackling the rise of conservative talk radio and its ability to zero in on a particular brand of anger and agreement, Hemmer parses through this ‘90s reactionarianism as a response to a growing mainstream progressive movement that supported people of color and women in leadership roles and (occasionally) took sexual assault and bigotry seriously. The professor then looks to the George W. Bush regime as the end of the true Reagan republicanism, seeing it as a clear bipartisan failure by his departure from office, and leaving the party open for the new right groups (be they Tea Party or Alt-Right) to take hold. Wrapping up, they explore the future of the far-right attempts to normalize their own extremism, looking to right-wing legislatures already attempting to codify their right to the electoral votes. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma discuss how Donald Trump is winning big big big for the Republican nomination for President in 2024, also touching on his DeSantis nickname soft launch before talking with Will from VA about the historical prevalence of Russian imperialism. They also parse through the absolute hilarity of Elon's first week behind the desk at Twit HQ, and Dave Rubin hosting proof-of-COVID Tina Forte ahead of her election against AOC. 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