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3112, 2020

Being Your Authentic Self – You Don’t Have to Take Feedback from A**holes

December 31st, 2020|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , |

Joanna Lovering is the Founder of Copper + Rise, an executive coaching firm dedicated to helping you raise your presence and claim the room as your stage. She is also an organizational psychologist and fashion stylist who teaches women to show up and stand out. Joanna's spirited approach to coaching has left her clients filled with confidence and equipped with the skills needed to take charge of any presentation. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: Joanna Lovering shares how she has pivoted from style coach to executive presence coach How to "flex" your persona to reclaim your corporate life What is Mirror Image Bias? The three pillars of executive coaching What does it take to be a leader? Joanna explains three different approaches to dealing with a toxic environment while conducting a cost-benefit analysis of the situation Joanna shares a tip for young women entering the workforce What inspires you? In this episode… Joanna Lovering, Founder of Copper + Rise, knows the importance of conquering and channeling your presence into transformative energy that can sway any discussion in your favor. Her approachable method to get you talking and looking the part of a leader [...]

2412, 2020

Name Your Imposter – Don’t Slay Them

December 24th, 2020|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , , |

Allison Davis is a Sales Trainer, Coach, and Consultant with 15 years of experience in the publishing industry and nearly 20 in sales. Allison focuses her vast experience in digital marketing, strategic partnerships, and event sponsorship on helping others gain more sales and expand their reach. She has worked with National Geography, Goldman Sachs, and many more, allowing them to fine-tune their sales channel. Allison's drive for crushing expectations, and showing her Imposter Syndrome, Patricia, who's boss, continues to propel her forward and create opportunities for her clients to land more deals. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: Life lessons from being a salesperson Allison Davis recalls her career path and transition from print to coaching What is Imposter Syndrome and how can you overcome it? Name Your Imposter Syndrome! How Allison used the power of her community to serve small business owners and build a better referral pipeline Allison describes her favorite type of client How do you build a steady sales funnel? Allison's advice for young women entering the workforce What is your superpower? In this episode… Michael Jackson's critically-acclaimed song “Man in the Mirror”knows a thing or two about understanding yourself [...]

1712, 2020

Dancing with the Lady Boss of Data

December 17th, 2020|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Asha Saxena is a CEO Coach with CEO Coaching International and the Founder and CEO of Women Leaders In Data and AI (WLDA). She also serves on the Board of Directors for several for-profit companies, including Future Technologies, an international data management solutions firm, and Shindigz. Asha's drive to innovate has allowed her to build her own e-commerce company and serve as CEO of Future Technologies for the past 20 years. With a passion to pass on her expertise, Asha is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, where she teaches graduate students about big data and healthcare management. Asha is also the host of the Data Dives podcast, a columnist at Entrepreneur Magazine, and a keynote speaker. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: Asha Saxena recalls her first entrepreneurial experience at 24 years old Understanding the digital evolution and how it affects your business How do you identify and use the data you receive from your clientele? Asha shares her tips on how women can demonstrate their value in the workplace The power of showing up and adding value to your industry What inspires you? How to connect with [...]

1911, 2020

The Kairos of Powerful Women

November 19th, 2020|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , |

Michelle Markwart Deveaux is the Founder and Owner of FaithCultureKiss, a voice and business coach who takes your voice and business to the next level. She is an award-winning actor and vocalist and has hosted workshops and masterclasses on business ownership, entrepreneurship, voice work, and acting. For the past 20 years, Michelle has worked with countless entrepreneurs and business owners to realign their goals and raise their voices. Michelle holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Patten University and a Master of Arts degree in Worship, Theology, and the Arts from Fuller Theological Seminary. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: Michelle Markwart Deveaux talks about the importance of communication and how it relates to your voice Michelle recalls how her career has evolved over the years Dealing with Imposter Syndrome as a performer Overcoming the challenge of how your voice should sound Michelle reveals her goals for 2021 and helping women shift their business How can voice coaches pivot to create new businesses? Michelle describes her favorite type of client Creating a framework and balance that works for your home office What is your superpower? In this episode… Your voice starts from [...]

1211, 2020

You Don’t Have to Get Old Before You Can Get Wise

November 12th, 2020|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , , , , |

Susan Freeman is a Stevie Award-winning CEO as well as the Founder of Freeman Means Business and Co-Founder of The Conscious Inclusion Company. Armed with her expertise in communication, she’s dedicated herself to helping people achieve workplace equity in professional environments. Susan is also a speaker, coach, author, and host of the podcast, Wonder Women in Business. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: Susan Freeman recalls the lessons she’s learned on equality and inclusion from her career Muted Group Theory The difference between a great communicator and a great speaker How men and women communicate differently Knowledge + Action = Power Changing the 4 P's: Policy, Practices, Pay, and Pipeline How do you apply inclusion and diversity building blocks in your company? Susan shares her advice to her younger self In this episode… In today’s episode of The Women’s Advocate, Sarah sits down with Susan Freeman, public speaker, CEO, and Founder of Freeman Means Business and The Conscious Inclusion Company. Susan has made effective communication the thread that connects each step of her career. Susan helps clients understand their authentic selves and the beauty of clear and consistent communication and she has plenty of [...]

911, 2020

How to Bring Your A-Game

November 9th, 2020|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , , , , |

Kathryn O'Connor Gardner is the co-founder of Park Bench Capital, a financial services firm that focuses on diverse founding teams that always include at least one female leader. Prior to this, she worked as a senior vice president and corporate credit research analyst within AllianceBernstein’s high-yield research group, focusing on the energy sector. She oversaw all energy-related investments for traditional high yield portfolios with roughly 35 billion in assets under management. Kathryn is also a founding board member of the Haas Center for Gender, Equity, and Leadership, which seeks to build the economic case for supporting workplace diversity, and is a member of the Haas Dean’s Advisory Circle. She has more than 20 years of experience serving as an advisor for startups on strategy, financial analyst, and capital market transactions Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: Kathryn O'Connor Gardner shares how she started as an investment banking analyst. What does it mean to be an investor in the 2020 market? Sarah and Kathryn discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected parenthood. Kathryn compares the role of women during the 2008-2009 financial crisis vs the 2020 health crisis. How can you market your skills and share [...]

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