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In the Ellevate Podcast you’ll meet real women having a real impact. Female entrepreneurs, authors, business women, and other inspiring leaders share their experience and takeaways from their careers. Ellevate’s mission is to close the gender achievement gap by bringing more women into positions of leadership. Hosts Sallie Krawcheck and Kristy Wallace, Chair and President of Ellevate Network respectively, interview female leaders to showcase the immense talent these women bring to the table. www.EllevateNetwork.com

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In the Ellevate Podcast you’ll meet real women having a real impact. Female entrepreneurs, authors, business women, and other inspiring leaders share their experience and takeaways from their careers. Ellevate’s mission is to close the gender achievement gap by bringing more women into positions of leadership. Hosts Sallie Krawcheck and Kristy Wallace, Chair and President of Ellevate Network respectively, interview female leaders to showcase the immense talent these women bring to the table. www.EllevateNetwork.com

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Gold nuggets in every episode!

By Fun_size_nat - Apr 24 2018
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Love listening to the stories of successful women and the tidbits of knowledge and tips they share!

Great podcast!

By Joseph Brian Rheinholtz - Sep 21 2017
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What an incredible resource and mentoring tool. Thank you Ellevate!

iTunes Ratings

107 Ratings
Average Ratings
99
2
3
1
2

Gold nuggets in every episode!

By Fun_size_nat - Apr 24 2018
Read more
Love listening to the stories of successful women and the tidbits of knowledge and tips they share!

Great podcast!

By Joseph Brian Rheinholtz - Sep 21 2017
Read more
What an incredible resource and mentoring tool. Thank you Ellevate!

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In the Ellevate Podcast you’ll meet real women having a real impact. Female entrepreneurs, authors, business women, and other inspiring leaders share their experience and takeaways from their careers. Ellevate’s mission is to close the gender achievement gap by bringing more women into positions of leadership. Hosts Sallie Krawcheck and Kristy Wallace, Chair and President of Ellevate Network respectively, interview female leaders to showcase the immense talent these women bring to the table. www.EllevateNetwork.com

Episode 32: Building a Network that Matters, with Avani Patel

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Avani Patel is the Founder and CEO of Trendseeder and the Director of Start Up Studio at Harvard Business School in NYC. After six years of practicing law, Avani decided to quit and go to Columbia Business School to follow her passion for the fashion industry. She went on to start her own business to help pave the way for entrepreneurs within the fashion, beauty, health & wellness industries. In this episode, Avani talks about the importance of building your network, dealing with failure, pivoting, and how important self-awareness is for success.

Nov 15 2016

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Episode 122: Finding Confidence Outside Your Comfort Zone, with Ericka Spradley

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As we keep focusing on closing the gender achievement gap, Ericka Spradley, Career Coach/Chief PowHer Officer of Confidence Career Women joins us this week to share her insights about closing the confidence gap as well. Ericka talks about the importance positioning yourself well in job the application process, balancing multiple jobs and responsibilities, and the importance of prioritizing. From shaving her head unannounced to publishing three books, Ericka explains the impact of leaving your comfort zone and truly owning your career for continued success.

Aug 07 2018

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Episode 33: The Importance of Mission and Purpose, with Heidi Hackemer

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Heidi Hackemer is the founder of Wolf & Wilhelmine, a brand strategy company that helps CEOs find what their brands are, and what their place is in the world. She believes in the importance of having a clear mission that you care about to be able to attract talent and clients. Before W&W, Heidi had a high-powered corporate job, which wasn’t making her happy. So she decided to drive across the US in a truck. In this episode, Heidi shares her career journey, her take on personal brand (and it’s not what you think), the impact her travels have had on her, being an introvert, and more.

Nov 22 2016

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Episode 74: The Value of Women Supporting Women, with Lynn Tesoro

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Your professional success can almost always be attributed to those people who support and lift you in the process. For Lynn Tesoro, Founding Partner of HL Group, her career would not be the same without the women who supported her. On this week’s podcast, Lynn discusses the importance of having powerful women in her circle, working from the ground up and teaching children the value of money and hard work. She also gives us some insight on the events and planning that goes into New York Fashion Week.

Sep 05 2017

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Episode 99: Ditching Perfectionism, with Jodi Flynn

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Jodi Flynn knows very well that Type-A people are a “special breed.” That’s because she works as a career coach for Type-A women...and if her additional list of titles (speaker, author, podcaster) doesn’t already give it away, Jodi is Type-A, too. While a Type-A woman’s desire for perfection can lead her on a journey to the top, Jodi points out that it can also hamper her efforts to get there through unnecessary self-doubt and burnout. In this episode, Jodi walks us through the rewards and challenges of holding oneself to the highest standard, and she outlines helpful practices that all women can adopt to let go of unrealistic expectations of what we can accomplish. In doing so, she believes we’ll find that we are actually able to accomplish more.

Feb 27 2018

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Episode 40: Getting Out Of A Career Rut With Nancy Halpern

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Nancy Halpern is the Principal of KNH Associates, which offers skills in communication coaching, leadership development and team building. In this episode, Nancy talks with Kristy about the definition of success, how to survive and thrive in a challenging work environment, and what to look for in a career coach.

Jan 10 2017

31mins

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Episode 3: Emotional Intelligence with Betty Liu

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Betty Liu, journalist, author, podcaster, and host of Bloomberg
Television’s “In The Loop”, talks with us about her career and
lessons she’s learned along the way. Betty shares her take on
having a strong network, and the importance of emotional
intelligence for success.

May 02 2016

29mins

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Episode 106: Getting Women to the C-Suite, with Archana Ravichandran

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Less than 30% of key management positions are held by women. Archana Ravichandran is working to change that. After getting her MBA from Wharton, Archana decided she wanted to try her hand at management. She signed on as a manager with Google and led three different teams over the course of her seven years there. Now, she is using her people skills to help professional women get to the top through her very own podcast. 

In this episode, we talk with Archana about what it takes to be an effective manager, how to support women in leadership, and the value of taking career risks.

Apr 17 2018

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Episode 41: Own It - The Power of Women at Work, with Sallie Krawcheck

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How are you owning 2017? In this special episode, Sallie Krawcheck, Chair of Ellevate Network and Founder and CEO of Ellevest,  talks to Kristy about her new book, Own It. Sallie knows the business world is changing, and she thinks that with these changes, women are strategically positioned because of our innate strengths, to be successful. We have the opportunity to use the power we don't even know we have to change the world. We just need to stop taking the advice that says we should act like men.

Jan 17 2017

35mins

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Episode 179: Being A Boss, with Emilie Aries

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Emile Aries, founder and CEO, Bossed Up, joins the Ellevate podcast once again following the release of her new book, Bossed Up: A Grown Woman’s Guide to Getting Your Sh*t Together. On this episode, Emily talks about the science of burnout, the point of diminishing returns and being inefficient as a result of working too hard, as well as the relatable idea of "being a martyr" due to a busy schedule. Emily shares her tips on how to have a balanced program between business, travel, and other commitments; how therapy has helped her, and coming up with communication norms to be able to "plug out" and achieve a work-life balance. Aries also gives a inside look into her book and how being physically and mentally healthy is key to professional success.

Sep 17 2019

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Episode 108: Switching Industries and Thriving, with Katie Abouzahr

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Ever wanted to change industries but felt overwhelmed by what it would take to do so? Katie Abouzahr proves that it can be done, and done well at that. Katie served as a Medical Doctor in the National Health Service for years. She loved treating patients but wanted more control over her career. Now, Katie spearheads gender diversity research efforts for Boston Consulting Group. In this episode, Katie gives an honest account of what it's like to transition into a different industry, and she breaks down some of the most interesting and impactful findings from her team's research on diversity.

May 01 2018

24mins

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Episode 56: Wake Up to the Joy of You, with Agapi Stassinopoulos

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Agapi Stassinopoulos inspires people around the world to find the joy in their lives. She believes that all humans go through the same things but yet we feel separated, so she encourages us to be open to connecting with others and become more mindful. In this episode, Agapi talks about gratitude, finding our center, making your own destiny, and dealing with your inner critic. This special episode also includes a guided meditation for you to follow along.

May 02 2017

41mins

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Episode 47: Advancing Women’s Leadership with Miriam Grobman

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Miriam Grobman works to advance women's leadership through strategy, leadership development and organizational culture. Her career took many turns: she started off in Wall Street, moved to Brazil to work at a mining company, and finally decided to start her own business. In this episode Miriam talks to Kristy about working abroad, taking risks, creating change, and closing the gender gap.

Feb 28 2017

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Episode 140: Doing What You Love, with Suzie Williford

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Getting her start in a male-dominated kitchen and bath industry, Suzie Williford, Executive Vice President of Industry Relations & Chief Strategy Officer of National Kitchen and Bath Association, soon realized how important it is to love the work she does. From answering phones to executive leadership, Suzie talks about the hardships she faced, the importance of mentorship, as well as the progress the kitchen and bath industry made in closing the gender gap. She also opens up about the feeling of inadequacy at work and how to find a career path you are truly passionate about.

Dec 11 2018

31mins

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Episode 125: Owning Your Influence, with Miriam Grobman

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Miriam Grobman, Founder and CEO of Miriam Grobman Consulting, joins us for the second time on the Ellevate Podcast to talk about everything from changing careers and industries from mining, to finance and consulting. Miriam shares her tips on building and maintaining confidence, switching from an operational mindset to a strategic mindset, and what it means for women to own their influence. She shares insights to her famous courses on leadership education, strategic influence, and executive presence. Miriam also gives us some insight into what’s in store for her next and how she is working to get women ahead in business.

Aug 28 2018

28mins

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Episode 100: Social Networking 101, with Maria Granovsky

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On the 100th episode of the Ellevate Podcast, we talk to a woman whose eclectic career has led her to become a social networking connoisseur. Maria Granovsky, geneticist, patent litigator and author. As someone who identifies as an introvert, she understands the struggles other introverts go through when it comes to networking. Her experiences have created an opportunity for her to help women network and take charge of their careers. In this episode, Maria tells us how she builds relationships via social media, how to manage your professional vs. personal social media presence and how she is able to be herself in her writing.

Mar 06 2018

26mins

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Episode 82: Debunking the Myths About Women and Age, with Idelisse Malavé and Joanne Sandler of Two Old Bitches Podcast

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Idelisse Malavé and Joanne Sandler want you to know that their age and gender do not define them. With their humorous podcast Two Old Bitches, they set out to celebrate amazing women over 50 and dispel the myths about aging. In this episode, Idelisse and Joanne discuss the importance of intersectional feminism, why it’s great to enjoy and embrace being a woman at every age, and the ways women can stand up for themselves in the face of adversity.

Oct 31 2017

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Episode 157: Getting Comfortable With The Uncomfortable, with Felena Hanson

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Coming from a large family of eight siblings, Felena Hanson, founder of Hera Hub, knew she wanted to be a first generation college graduate when the opportunity presented itself. Taking her college degree and tapping into entrepreneurship, Felena shares her journey that led her to founding Hera Hub, how getting a college degree might be a subjective decision, and how entrepreneurs can set themselves for success with the power of a network. She also talks about the role men can play as allies, getting comfortable with being uncomfortable, and how everyone can have something to bring to the table. 

Apr 16 2019

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Episode 144: Happiness at Work, with Stella Grizont

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Having the perfect job might not always be the key to happiness. Stella Grizont, Executive Coach, Trainer and Founder of Woopaah, joins us this week to share her history with workplace burnout. Stella shares her expertise on the importance of individual and workplace values, and how mental health practices at work can have significant long-term benefits. Stella also talks about our brain’s negativity bias and the importance of tending to our happiness at work, as well as when planning a family.

Jan 15 2019

26mins

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Episode 24: Time Management and Entrepreneurship with Angela Lee

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Angela Lee has always had a passion for innovation and entrepreneurship, she is the Assistant Dean at Columbia Business School and she is the founder of 37 Angels, a community of women angel investors with the mission of educating early stage investors. In this episode Angela talks about delegating, time management, prioritizing while being an entrepreneur, and more.

Sep 20 2016

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Episode 189: Giving Tuesday and Creating Individual Impact, with Veena Jayadeva and Sarah Degnan Kambou, PhD

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On this Giving Tuesday edition, Veena Jayadeva, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Guardian and Sarah Degnan Kambou, PhD, CEO & President, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), join us to talk about women's role in global development, understanding marginalized communities and how they change, as well as how you can pick philanthropic causes yourself. The powerful duo also discuss the importance of working locally, creating individual impact, activating your personal network as well as Giving Circle and the Women and Girls Fund. 

Dec 03 2019

31mins

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Episode 188: Working with Anxiety, with Morra Aarons-Mele

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Morra Aarons-Mele is the founder of the social impact agency Women Online, author of "Hiding in the Bathroom: How to Get Out There When You'd Rather Stay Home" and host of the podcast "The Anxious Achiever". In this episode, she talks about living with anxiety, how to navigate tough work situations, and tips on being a small business owner.

Nov 26 2019

28mins

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Episode 187: Raise Her Voice: A Special Episode from Ellevate HQ

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The dynamic podcast duo Kristy and Maricella are joined by Raquel Ugalde, Chapter Program Manager, to talk about Ellevate's newest programming, Raise Her Voice: Untold Stories of Women in the Workplace. The event series sets the stage to inspire a path forward to gender equality in honor of International Women’s Day and Women's History Month in March through the telling of over 125 unique, diverse, and candid stories. To give you a taste of what's in store, Maricella shares with us how growing up in El Salvador has shaped her and her values. As a part of Raise Her Voice, your inspiring stories could take the stage at a local #RaiseHerVoice event or right here on the Ellevate Podcast!    Interested in nominating a strong women or yourself as a storyteller for a Raise Her Voice event? Visit www.RaiseHerVoice2020.com

Nov 19 2019

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Episode 186: Managing Change and Growth, with Jami McKeon

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Jami McKeon, the Chair of Morgan Lewis, joins the podcast to share her experiences directing the largest law firm in the world led by a woman. She talks about why law professions are beneficial for women, the reason "work life balance" may not be the best term, and gives advice to company leaders on managing change and growth.

Morgan Lewis is a proud corporate partner of Ellevate Network. To find out more about how Ellevate works with companies, visit our website.

Nov 12 2019

28mins

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Episode 185: Unpacking the White Paper - Driving Equality in the Workplace Part 2, with Ellevate's own Kristy Wallace, Maricella Herrera, and Allison Matejczyk

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On this episode, we're going behind the scenes with Ellevate's own Kristy Wallace, CEO, Maricella Herrera, VP Operations & Strategy, and Allison Matejczyk, Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships, to dive into the newest resource on workplace diversity & inclusion: Driving Equality in the Workplace Part 2. The trio talk about some of the topics covered in the white paper, such as Allies and Ambassadors, Making Your ERG More Effective, and Returning to Work After a Caregiving Pause; as well as share tips on how you can utilize partnerships for your own workplace. 

Nov 05 2019

24mins

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Episode 184: Learning by Watching, with Jessica Holscott

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Jessica Holscott, EVP and CFO of Warner Media Entertainment, sat down with us this week to dive into what it is like to hold a CFO position and important skills to have in your tool kit to thrive in the world of finance as a woman. Holscott explains how to "relax and figure it out when you get there", having a "momteurage", and the art of leaning in and leaning out in your career at the right times. She also shares the impact of her mother on her work ethic, teaching kids the willingness to learn, and advice she has for her mentees. 

Oct 29 2019

27mins

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Episode 183: Being On The Client Side, with Lindsay Pattison

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Lindsay Pattison, Chief Client Officer of WPP, joins our podcast this week as she packs years of experience through her non linear career path. Pattison, with experience in companies large and small, from New Zealand to U.K., shares the importance of being on the client side, the art of showing up, as well as the impact of targets versus quotas in teams. She also explores the inspiring yet terrifying aspects of creating a business, the imposter syndrome, and the importance of networking throughout her career. 

Oct 15 2019

26mins

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Episode 182: Rising and Climbing, with Michelle Gadsden-Williams

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On this episode, we are joined by Michelle Gadsden-Williams, Managing Director, Inclusion & Diversity Lead - North America of Accenture and an award-winning author, to hear her journey and progress in Accenture and beyond. Gadsden-Williams shares how she stimulates unheard conversation on race and gender, championing for others, as well as best practices for gender parity across the globe and work-life balance learnings from the Nordics. She gives an inside look into what it means to hit the "glass cliff", why women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs, tackling roadblocks, and her new book, Climb.

Oct 08 2019

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Episode 181: Shifting Culture, with Piper Anderson

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On this episode, Piper Anderson, writer, educator, and cultural organizer, sits down with long-time friend Kristy, CEO of Ellevate, to talk about the start of her entrepreneurship journey and who her commitment to social justice affects her work career. Piper also shares her thoughts on the impact of generational trauma, creating change on a local level, and how storytelling can be an impactful step toward creating change. She also answers the age old question: "Who should have a seat at the table?"

Oct 01 2019

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Episode 180: A Special Conversation With Gartner - Women In The Workplace, with Robin Kranich and Ania Krasniewska Shahidi

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This week, our CEO, Kristy Wallace has a conversation with our friends at Gartner, Robin Kranich, EVP HR, and Ania Krasniewska Shahidi, Global Advisory Leader, HR Practice.On this episode, Kristy, Robin, and Ania take a deep dive into the biggest challenges facing women in the workplace, including unconscious bias and confidence. They also discuss some of the research findings and trends that Gartner sees in the workplace. Kranich and Shahidi also share their tips on how you can help mitigate the risks of unconscious bias in your organization, what we can do to help women be more confident in the workplace, and how leaders of any gender can help women achieve their full potential. Ellevate works with companies committed to diversity and inclusion and has a proven track record of changing business culture from the inside out. Gartner is a $4 billion research and advisory firm that equips leaders with indispensable insights, advice and tools to achieve their mission critical priorities. ᐧ

Sep 24 2019

38mins

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Episode 179: Being A Boss, with Emilie Aries

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Emile Aries, founder and CEO, Bossed Up, joins the Ellevate podcast once again following the release of her new book, Bossed Up: A Grown Woman’s Guide to Getting Your Sh*t Together. On this episode, Emily talks about the science of burnout, the point of diminishing returns and being inefficient as a result of working too hard, as well as the relatable idea of "being a martyr" due to a busy schedule. Emily shares her tips on how to have a balanced program between business, travel, and other commitments; how therapy has helped her, and coming up with communication norms to be able to "plug out" and achieve a work-life balance. Aries also gives a inside look into her book and how being physically and mentally healthy is key to professional success.

Sep 17 2019

25mins

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Episode 178: Summit Recap - Disability is Opportunity for Innovation, with Haben Girma

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Haben Girma, a disability rights lawyer who is deaf and blind, joins the Mobilize Women Summit 2019 to share her experiences on how disability can be interpreted as an opportunity for innovation - and we are bringing her keynote right to your ears. On this episode, Haben explores why companies need to prioritize access for those with disabilities and inclusion, designing with access in mind, and the unknown as an opportunity to learn, grow, and innovate. Girma draws examples from her experiences in salsa dancing, sign language, surfing, and more as she unpacks the connection between creativity and inclusion.

Sep 10 2019

15mins

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Episode 177: Summit Recap - Innovating the Future, with Meridith Maskara, Taylor Richardson and Ashley Voisin

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Meridith Maskara, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Greater NY, runs a panel discussion about astronauts, designers and the future of STEM, with Taylor "Astronaut Starbright" Richardson and entrepreneur and designer Ashley Voisin. At this unique Mobilize Women 2019 panel, the powerful panelists tackle questions larger than themselves, as we talk about innovation, role models. STEM, and the importance of a support system.

Sep 03 2019

21mins

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Episode 176: Summit Recap - The Power of Happiness, with Stacey Flowers

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With another episode from one of our favorite Mobilize Women Summit 2019 segments, we're bringing Stacey Flowers' fascinating keynote to our podcast. Stacey Flowers, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Eternal Optimist; shares her five step plan to achieve happiness in your career and life, relinquish the idea of control, and how she started to "live her best life" after losing track of taking care of herself through her relatable life experiences. 

Aug 27 2019

21mins

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Episode 175: Summit Recap - Finding My Voice, with Valerie Jarrett

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On this week's episode, we are bringing one of our favorite segments from the 2019 Mobilize Women Summit right to you. Valerie Jarrett Senior Advisor, Obama Foundation & Attn: and Chair, Ellevate Network; Co-Founder and CEO, Ellevest have a discussion on how to find your voice, staying positive while facing criticism, and leadership lessons from her time as the Senior Advisor for the Obama White House. 

Aug 20 2019

23mins

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Episode 174: Summit Recap - The Power of Empathy, with Ajay Banga and Andrea Jung

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On this week's episode, we are bringing one of our favorite segments from the 2019 Mobilize Women Summit right to you. Ajay Banga, President & CEO, Mastercard; Andrea Jung, President & CEO, Grameen America, and our very own Kristy Wallace, CEO, Ellevate Network have a discussion on why it is important to practice empathy and lead with empathy inside organizations, tackling bias in the world, as well as how they address tough problems at work through their empathetic approaches.    ᐧ

Aug 13 2019

32mins

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Episode 173: Summit Recap - Changing the Culture of Business, with Tony Prophet, Kiersten Barnet, Susan Lee and Rachel Sklar

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On this week's episode, we are bringing one of our favorite segments from the 2019 Mobilize Women Summit right to you. Tony Prophet, Chief Equality Officer, Salesforce; Kiersten Barnet, Global Head of Gender-Equality Index, Bloomberg; Susan Lee, Chief People Officer, SeatGeek; and Rachel Sklar Co-Founder, Change the Ratio, TheLi.st,  have a discussion on bringing cultural changes to businesses, particularly as it relates to diversity and equality in the workplace. The speakers also focus on the role of employees at every level, instead of focusing on the leadership. 

Aug 06 2019

51mins

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Episode 172: The Work Wife Ethos, with Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo

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Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, co-founders of Of a Kind, join us this week as we talk about how they met and how their friendship escalated to running a successful business today. The duo share their experiences on why storytelling is important, how they determined their core values, and the power of embodying values. They also talk about the notion of having a "work wife", their book on female friendships in the workplace, as well as their thoughts on conflict between work partners and family leave.

Jul 30 2019

29mins

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Episode 171: Speaking Truth To Power, with Luvvie Ajayi

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Luvvie Ajayi, NY Times best selling author, digital strategist, joins us this week after taking the stage at Mobilize Women 2019. Having discovered a love for writing through blogging, Luvvie talks about how writing became her job, career choices, and the importance of self-confidence. She also shares her learnings around solopreneurship, access gap, how not to take yourself too seriously, and her online academy, The Do Better Academy.

Jul 23 2019

21mins

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Episode 170: Why We Choke Under Pressure, with Sian Beilock

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Sian Beilock, President of Barnard College at Columbia University, joins us this week after taking the stage at Mobilize Women 2019. With vast experience as an academic studying why we sometimes "choke" under pressure, Sian shares about the importance of talking about insecurities, the phenomenon of "spotlighting", and steps of overcoming fear of failure. She also talks about imposter syndrome, the complicated relationship between economic opportunities and education, as well as her thoughts on single gendered educational environments.

Jul 16 2019

24mins

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