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Women in traditionally male-dominated industries, such as tech, engineering, law and finance, face a difficult challenge. It feels like walking a tightrope between being respected vs. sounding bossy. Speaking up can be a challenge. Being heard when you do is even more of a challenge. If this sounds familiar, you need to join our conversation here on Speakers Who Get Results, hosted by Elizabeth Bachman, the go-to person for advanced level training in speaking, presentation skills, sales and leadership.

Episode Blogs

SWGR Kate Byrne | Intentional Leadership
  As a leader, you want to practice intentionality. You want to give women or people of color a chance to speak. You don’t want to get money from people who don’t share the same beliefs as you. You want to invite everyone to have a seat in the room. You want to get intentional with everything you do, especially as a woman. Join Elizabeth Bachman as she talks with the Chief Growth Officer at
SWGR Amy Riley | Courage Of A Leader
  “It often requires more courage to dare to do right than to fear to do wrong.” – Abraham Lincoln. Courage is a quality a leader must have. Because a leader needs to have resilience and perseverance to overcome adversaries, in this episode, Amy Riley, the Author of The Courage of a Leader, dives into leadership and how to lead powerfully and effectively in stressful circumstances with courage. Amy also dives into the four pillars
SWGR Sandy Rosenthal | Hurricane Katrina Levee
  If you know that you are right about something, don’t be afraid to speak up. It is not easy being the David in a world of Goliaths, but you have to fight for what you stand for. Don’t be afraid to find your voice. This is what today’s guest just did. Join Elizabeth Bachman as she talks to the author of Words Whispered in Water, Sandy Rosenthal, about how Sandy spoke out against the
SWGR Joie Seldon | Bad Behavior
  Have you ever had to deal with someone who’s just making your job more difficult? Or worse, someone whose behavior is affecting your company’s reputation and performance? Today, Elizabeth Bachman is joined by emotional intelligence consultant Joie Seldon and trusted advisor and speaker Jacqueline Wales as they discuss the importance of seeing what’s right and wrong when it comes to workplace behaviors. Join us and learn some of the most common behaviors at work,
SWGR Cassandra Rix | Team Dynamic
  Are you a leader who strives but somehow feels like you’re still not being enough? Or are you someone who has something special—locked away and slowly fading? For today’s episode, Elizabeth Bachman is joined by The Resonance Coach founding director Cassandra Rix, who shares her story of how she lost her voice and learned the importance of taking care of the gifts you have. She also tells us how a true leader is one that has perception,
SWGR Susan Harrow | Imposter Syndrome
  Have you ever felt like you’re not good enough to do something? Like you don’t deserve the success you’ve achieved? Well, you’re not alone. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman sits down with media coach and marketing strategist Susan Harrow and shares with us what imposter syndrome is, how it’s becoming an epidemic, and how to actually overcome them. Tune in now and learn how to let go of those negative thoughts and start believing
SWGR Lesley Michaels | Mighty Women
  “It is my unwavering belief that every one of us has a mighty woman inside.” This is what Lesley Michaels powerfully declares in this amazing episode. She believes in the voice we each hold inside that, too often, women are afraid to unleash. So Lesley calls us to be bold and audacious! She joins Elizabeth Bachman to stress this message as she shares with us her book, On the Shoulders of Mighty Women. Lesley offers a modern feminist’s
SWGR 128 | TEDx Talk
  TEDx Talk is a worldwide known conference held to talk about “ideas worth sharing,” but is it really necessary to have or achieve? Well, if you want to be a speaker that gets results, then it definitely is! That is what we’re going to talk about in this episode with Joia Jefferson Nuri all about what TEDx Talk really is, why it matters, and how to get in it. Joia is an ICF Certified
SWGR Judy Ravin | English Pronunciation
  Language is the primary means of communication for humans, and language is based on three pillars: vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. These pillars stand together to help humans understand each other. In today’s episode, Judy Ravin, the president and founder of Accents International, LLC, shares the role of English pronunciation for non-native English speakers in communicating and its function in our daily activities. Communication is the currency of our global economy because it can hold
SWGR Dr. Evelyn Carter | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  Words such as belongingness, bias, diversity, equity, and inclusion are more than just fads. There is actual data on their tangible impacts on businesses and individuals at a large scale. Dr. Evelyn Carter is the President of Paradigm Strategy Inc., focusing on evolving and advancing the practice of diversity, equity, and inclusion. She joins host Elizabeth Bachman to discuss the science behind DEI and define what belongingness truly means within an organization. More than
SWGR 125 | Personal Branding
  In this increasingly noisy world, how do you stand out from the crowd and showcase your value? In today’s episode, Kat Ramirez, the CEO of adBidtise, talks about personal branding and how it helps you elevate your brand. People buy from people, so building that credibility is essential. adBidtise is a woman-owned, veteran-owned, and minority-owned business. Tune in and learn how to create a personal brand that makes you stand out and grow. —
SWGR 124 | Intentional Unicorn
  How can you make your uniqueness an advantage that will lead your career? Joining us for this episode is Jennie Lopez-Reed, author of Intentional Unicorn: Bring your authentic self to thrive in life and career. Jennie is currently the Associate VP of Global Talent Acquisition for a large pharmaceutical firm, Eli Lilly and Company. Jennie empowers authenticity and diversity in her role and outside of it, engaging employees and organizations to achieve new heights