We sit down with David Meltzer to discuss self awareness, finding happiness and gratitude, and investing in women and people of color.
We sit down with Leslie Wingo, CEO at Sanders\Wingo, to discuss creating cultures of belonging, having the important conversations about DEI, and how to be patient in order to make real solutions happen.
We sit down with Freada Kapor Klein, Founder of the Level Playing Field Institute, to discuss sexual harassment in the workplace, closing opportunity gaps for lower-income individuals, and the need for intersectionality in everything we do. We also discuss her new book, "Closing the Equity Gap: Creating Wealth and Fostering Justice in Startup Investing," which has been met with acclaim from Al Gore, Serena Williams, Valerie Jarrett, and more. Find out more at www.closingtheequitygap.com.
We sit down with Natalia Ball and Molly McAllister to discuss the importance of representation in leadership, normalizing parental leave for all, and how pets change the world.
In this episode, executive coach Sushil Cheema will discuss her journey into coaching and explore how setting visions that build cohesion among teams, especially in a remote environment, can help take the next step in your career. She will also cover topics such as confidence issues that leaders may face, her experience as a solo-preneur, and the differences between coaching and therapy. Lastly, Sushil will share her insights on what makes a good coach and how to find one who fits your needs.
This week, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Brooke Bartholomay Quinn, Chief Customer Officer at Carrot Fertility. With her vast experience and insight into reproductive health, Brooke is the perfect person to discuss normalizing menopause, perimenopause, and fertility care in the workplace. We’ll also be delving into how healthcare companies and doctors often treat childfree women differently than those who have or want to have children.
Join us as we dive into these important topics on “We Need to Talk About Women+ Health in the Workplace." Tune in now!
Soyini Chan Shue's commitment to providing safety as a fundamental human right has made her a true champion in the securities industry. Listen to hear more about Soyini's story of trailblazing in an unfamiliar environment and her vision for a better future.
We sit down with Soyini, Owner and Founder of City Safe Partners, to discuss her journey in a male-dominated field, the opportunities she provides for people of color, and her passion for entrepreneurship.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn from one of the most influential voices in safety and security! Join us for "Safety is a Human Right" as we discuss how we can all make a difference.
Dr. Carol Parker Walsh has taken a unique path to becoming one of the leading executive coaches in the corporate world. After a life-changing car accident, she decided to follow her intuition and start her own consulting firm, focusing on working with women who want to make a difference in their own lives and those around them.
Carol is the founder of Carol Parker Walsh Consulting, a firm focused on helping female leaders reach their potential and find balance in their lives. She is also a strong advocate for listening to one's inner voice when it comes to making decisions about our futures. In this episode, we discuss her story and how she uses her experience to help other women make a difference in their lives and the world. We explore topics such as retaining female leadership, listening to our inner voices to show up for ourselves, and why she's so passionate about helping women in midlife gain clarity and confidence.
This episode is sure to inspire you to take action and find more meaning in your life. Join us for "Life Is Too Short To Be Doing Something You Don't Love!"
Deepa Purushothaman is a powerful force in the world of business and corporate America. She is a passionate advocate for women of color, advocating for their recognition and advancement in the workplace. As the co-founder of nFormation, she has dedicated her career to helping other women of color break down barriers and redefine power in corporate America.
On the show, Deepa shares her wisdom and experience on how to use challenges and obstacles as a powerful source of fuel. She explains why it's important to stay true to your values, even in the face of opposition. Additionally, she discusses her new book, "The First, the Few, the Only," which offers practical advice for women of color trying to break into the corporate world.
Don't miss this inspiring conversation with Deepa Purushothaman and gain valuable insight on how to use challenges and obstacles as fuel! Tune in to "Using Challenges and Obstacles as Fuel" this week for an empowering journey of growth, reflection, and success.
Jill McGinley is a perfect example of taking a non-linear career path in the corporate world. She started out as a Retirement Consultant for Lincoln Financial Group before working her way up to her current role, Vice President of Workplace and CX Marketing Adoption Operations - a job that she never could have imagined having when she started out. In this episode, Jill will share her story of navigating the corporate waters and offer advice on how to make career pivots while taking the emotion out of it.
Join us for "Taking a Non-Linear Career Path" as we learn from her unique journey and gain insight into embracing a non-traditional career path. Tune in for a conversation about taking chances and following your dreams!
If you're looking for ways to streamline your business operations or gain insight into the ever-changing supply chain, then look no further! We've got the perfect episode for you.
Join us for "Navigating the Supply Chain," where Maria Villablanca, Co-founder and CEO of Future Insights Network, shares her unique perspective on navigating the supply chain successfully in an unstable world. Gain knowledge from a Latina business leader with first-hand experience of the opportunities that come with instability. Learn how to stay agile, think critically, and adjust your strategy as needed. Discover what it takes to stay ahead of the curve in an ever-changing landscape.
Don't miss this chance to gain invaluable insight into how to succeed through disruption and uncertainty! It's time to get navigating!
Amy Borsetti has been in the tech industry for over a decade, constantly pushing boundaries on the path to success. As she takes us through her journey of leadership and self-discovery, Amy shares her stories of being an out queer woman in the workplace and how she has seen positive changes with regards to inclusivity over the past few years. She also offers valuable insight into how to be a positive and inspiring leader, emphasizing the importance of being radically curious about yourself and the world around you.
Tune in to "Being Radically Curious" to gain insight into how to take up space in any room fearlessly and recognize social progress around the world.
Lisa Russell has dedicated her career to promoting workplace inclusion and equity. Through her work as a social impact entrepreneur and CEO of Aleria, she strives to remove the barriers that impede employees from living and working with dignity, such as gender and racial discrimination. Lisa believes that trust is integral for fostering an inclusive environment, and she's devoted to finding strategies to measure and improve trust in the workplace.
Tune in to "How to Measure Inclusion in the Workplace" to hear Lisa's insights on how companies can create an inclusive culture, her innovative methods to measure inclusion, and her advice for aspiring social entrepreneurs. Join us to learn more about what it means to foster a trusting environment within the workplace!
This week, we sit down with Naomi Mercer, Senior VP of DEI for the American Bankers Association, to discuss the importance of financial literacy, invisible disabilities, and her new book, "DEI Foundations: Practices for Accelerating Your Bank’s DEI Journey."
This week, we sit down with Ruchi Pinniger, Founder and CEO of Watch Her Prosper, to discuss becoming empowered in every sense of the business world, saving for retirement, and why women undervalue themselves when they run businesses.
This week, we sit down with Julie Holunga to discuss breaking patterns of self-doubt, building a glossary of words to present yourself confidently, and how to get out of your own way.
This week, we sit down with Ann Mukherjee, Chairman and CEO, North America at Pernod Ricard, to discuss wanting to make a difference working for a spirits company, opening the conversation about sexual consent and alcohol, and how the pandemic helped companies understand employees' needs.
This week, we sit down with Joanna Frank, President and CEO of the Center for Active Design and President and CEO of Active Design Advisors, to discuss how buildings can affect your physical and mental health, how climate change is affecting real estate, and working real estate during a financial crisis.
This week, we sit down with Donna Cryer, President and CEO of the Global Liver Institute, to discuss equity in healthcare, being a Black woman at the forefront of healthcare awareness, and raising awareness about liver disease in women.
This week, we sit down with Paula Ratliff, President of Women Impact Tech, to discuss the importance of surrounding yourself with other professional women, creating a work culture where women can thrive, and why the retention rate for women in tech is so low.
This week, we sit down with Kalpa Gupta, Founder and CEO of KNEKXT Group, to discuss carrying generational trauma, how she helps sexual abuse survivors find their voice, and how you can support survivors as a coworker, friend, and otherwise. (CN/TW: talk of sexual abuse)
This week, we sit down with Rachel Thomas, Co-founder and CEO of LeanIn.Org and OptionB.Org, and Alexis Krivkovich, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, to discuss the 2022 edition of McKinsey and LeanIn.Org's Women in the Workplace report, including why women leave the workforce, how to retain better representation and leadership, and the ups and downs of hybrid work and flexibility.
This week, we sit down with Lynn Wooten to discuss how to help your manager lead better, how she became President of Simmons University, and her new book, "The Prepared Leader."