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.
When you talk about creativity, you instantly think of drawings, paintings, or any form of art materials. But creativity can be found anywhere. It is within you. It can be how you manage your workload, talk with your team or achieve your goal. That is why in this episode, we have Amy Climer who focuses on teaching teams and leaders to be creative and innovative. She uses different types of techniques and tools for
For most people, their workplace is their second home. While some days are filled with productivity and motivation, some bring burnout and stress from an overwhelming amount of work. So it’s no surprise that our mental health deteriorates, which significantly affects us and our work. Today, Elizabeth Bachman sits down with R. Darin Hollingsworth in a discussion about mental health and wellness in the workplace. Darin is the Chief Gratitude & Accountability Officer at
Money is one of the most challenging negotiations in business. Especially when it comes to negotiating your salary. Many women find that self-doubt stops them for asking for equal pay. They don’t know how to calculate what they are worth. Helping overcome this dilemma, Elizabeth Bachman invites to the show Julia Vax, a business lawyer at Arnold & Porter. Julia talks about how women can negotiate the most important contract of all: their salary.
There’s a lot of talk about the benefits of transitioning into a remote workplace. But there are also challenges that come with it. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman chats with Shiran Weitzman about handling misconduct in a remote set-up where communication and interaction are confined to the digital. Shiran is the CEO and co-founder at Shield, a regulatory technology software company specializing in eComms record-keeping and compliance data analytics. He shares how their software
Digital advancements and the COVID-19 pandemic greatly transformed the world. For everyone to cope with the rapid changes, especially women in leadership, proper communication is needed. Exploring this topic even deeper with Elizabeth Bachman is Jennifer McClure, CEO and Chair of JEM. Jennifer talks about the need for in-depth internal and external communication today when intranet platforms are rampant. She explains how to build a board composed of diversified expertise and the right way
People’s pain point for leaving isn’t usually about money. How do you stop attrition during the Great Resignation? Elizabeth Bachman sits with Lizabeth Wesely-Casella, the founder and CEO of L-12 Services, who is passionate about figuring out how to keep your best people. Lizabeth explains that you need to communicate with them and listen to their needs. Does their vision align with your company? Are there ways for you to streamline their workflow? Create
There are now more opportunities to speak in front of people from various cultures in this multilingual, multicultural world. But, this often requires you to present and speak in a second language to reach more people. How do you communicate your message so that it still gets your listeners’ attention? In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman offers tips to help you navigate the realm of multilingual speaking and craft speeches that transcend that barrier. Tune
Becoming a recognized expert in the media can be a long, tedious process. Elizabeth Bachman welcomes Lee Caraher, the founder and CEO of Double Forte. Lee explains that there are ways to make the process easier. The first thing you need to do is to write the expert sheet. Identify that you are an expert in. Where can you provide interesting, relevant information actionable for your target audience? Then identify five newspapers, magazines, and
When you want to stand out as a speaker, one of the key ways is by presenting with humor. Joining Elizabeth Bachman today is Jenny Locklin, owner of Creative Message Media, and she teaches how you can add humor and fun to your speaking engagements. She offers advice on not taking yourself too seriously, taking that first step into humor, and finding the right timing. According to Jenny, humor is a muscle you can develop.
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have A Dream speech is one of the greatest speeches of the 20th century. Here to help decode this famous work is Dr. Nick Morgan, one of America’s top communication speakers, theorists, and coaches. Nick joins host Elizabeth Bachman to enlighten us with insightful and comprehensive analysis to explain just what makes a great speech. He breaks down each aspect to demonstrate the value of content and body language
Summiting Mt. Everest is a transformational experience. The ability to reach something extraordinarily high is a triumph. And that success can be transferred into your business goals. Your goals may be difficult, but they are not impossible. If people can climb Mt. Everest, you can accomplish your objectives. Join Elizabeth Bachman as she talks to the founder of Summits With A Purpose, Saray Khumalo, about her Mt. Everest climb. She is the first Black
Language has been a barrier to communication, especially among people of different nationalities, races, or ethnicity. In this episode, Dominique Ben Dhaou shares her professional journey and experience managing human challenges in multiple industries to reinvent people’s careers to truly fit their knowledge, values, skills, and purpose. She uses phenomenal collaboration skills that are powerful assets to getting things done in complex and uncertain business environments. Now, she is helping people realize the potential