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.
If you were a new leader, how would you approach your organization? Be true to who you are but always consider that you do not have to make drastic changes abruptly. Be part of your team! Elizabeth Bachman sits down for a conversation with a passionate advocate for women in leadership, Bonnie Mouck. Bonnie is a brand management leader for a large international corporation. She is the host and founder of the international podcast,
What makes the difference between a leader and a thought leader? Denise Brosseau is the CEO and Founder of the Thought Leadership Lab and the Founding CEO of the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, now called Watermark. She has used her expertise to lead women into leadership and, even beyond that, into thought leadership with programs she developed. In this episode, she explains the vital difference between the two and the steps you can and should take to take yourself
As business leaders, we must know how to run effective meetings that boost the company’s overall performance. In having confident communication with team members, we can engage and learn from each other, resulting in many wonderful benefits for the organization. In today’s episode, our guest is executive coach Alison Arnoff. Alison has a 30-year record helping giants like Intel and EMC plus seven startups resulting in six exits. She empowers leaders, aspiring leaders, and executives.
Change and the chaos that ensues are part and parcel of our lives. Embracing change can mean the difference between success and failure. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman engages business growth consultant and entrepreneur Barbara Zuleger in a discussion about chaos. Barbara discusses embracing the chaos and how to use the chaos to improve yourself and your business. Listen and learn how to embrace change in this episode. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the
Men are wired differently than women, that it can sometimes be difficult for them to see eye to eye. For women, one of the struggles they face when communicating with the opposite sex is why men don’t listen. Shedding light into this dilemma, Elizabeth Bachman interviews Kimi Avary, speaker, author, and coach, working with men and women who have challenges relating to each other personally and professionally. In this episode, Kimi provides insights surrounding the
Leadership comes in many shapes and forms, one of which is the catalyst leader. The catalyst leader spearheads positive change not just for themselves, but for others as well. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman welcomes a returning guest, business coach Tina Greenbaum. Tina discusses her mission and talks about becoming a catalyst and igniting transformations. Tina talks about servant leadership and transforming yourself to become the best version of yourself. Tune in and learn
Having the power to command a room should not be limited to stereotypes. Unfortunately, harnessing that executive presence for women, especially minority women, demands more strategic action. Sharon Wamble-King, President of The WambleKing Group, is a certified change management leader and has served in executive leadership roles at several management consulting firms. Sharon has a passion for equality and inclusion and a hefty educational background along with it. In this episode, she joins Elizabeth
In this era of technology, there are more and more ways to advertise yourself not only to consumers but also to potential employers. Today, Elizabeth Bachman is joined by Nina Froriep, a Forward Thinker at Clock Wise Productions. They talk about how video marketing is becoming a tool for individuals to increase their exposure on social media to land dream jobs or positions and further their careers. Nina also shares tips on how you can get
Did you know that the term “imposter syndrome” isn’t correct? It’s really called the “imposter phenomenon” because syndrome means that it’s a diagnosable disease, and it’s not. It’s a phenomenon. Everyone has imposter syndrome, even the greatest minds. We all have inner critics, so how do we get rid of them? Listen to today’s episode to find out as Elizabeth Bachman interviews Jen Coken. Jen coaches executive women to embrace their genius, shatter their limiting
Did you know that lots of people switch jobs, regardless of pay, because of their boss? Being a collaborative leader in your business is not just about making as much money as possible. It’s also about taking care of your employees and creating a good environment for everyone. Learn all about leadership and more with your host, Elizabeth Bachman, and her guest, Michael Gunther. Michael is the Founder of Collaboration Business Consulting. He helps
Courage isn’t something you’re born with. It’s something you learn. Courageous leadership is an attribute that is sought after and that many say women don’t have. Today’s guest will prove that belief wrong. Join our host, Elizabeth Bachman in a fruitful conversation with public speaker, author, and leadership trainer Cindy Solomon, who generously gives us her take on leadership and what it takes to be a courageous leader. Learn the ins and outs of
The wisdom Roman philosophers possessed transcends time. We all can benefit from their teachings even in this modern era. Elizabeth Bachman’s guest today is Johnny Ball, a Life Coach and Founder of Present Influence. Johnny discusses with Elizabeth his unique view on branding and marketing, gathering from the teachings of Roman philosophers. In particular, he taps into public speaking and using the tools of ethical influence and persuasion. Join him in this episode as