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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 Megan Robinson | Managers And Leaders
  Managers and leaders have titles that go interchangeable. That is why it is so easy to confuse each other’s responsibilities, leading to either overstepping the boundaries or underdelivering in the role. Helping us draw a clear line between managers and leaders, Elizabeth Bachman interviews Megan Robinson, the CEO of E Leader Experience. With years of experience and expertise in leadership, Megan discusses why it is important to understand when things are more for management
SWGR Whitney Sullivan | Balancing Empathy
  All good things have their limits. Even too much empathy can hurt us. In the world we live in, empathy has become more important than ever, especially for leaders. However, it is easy to fall into the trap of being too empathetic. This episode’s guest sheds light on how to rethink empathy and find the balance between too much and enough. Elizabeth Bachman interviews leadership coach and keynote speaker, Whitney Sullivan, to talk about
SWGR Jennifer Kenny | Innovation Mindset
  Innovation is the key to success in today’s fast-paced society. How can we cultivate an innovation mindset to achieve our goals in this rapidly changing world? In this episode, author and business mentor Jennifer Kenny explores the power of our innovative ideas and what it takes to apply them efficiently. She shares her story and expertise in finding rocks on the road to success and the various depths of innovation and leadership. She discusses how the
Ella Glasgow | Virtual Event
  Hosting virtual events can be a huge challenge for a lot of people. There’s a lot to consider, including audio, video, equipment, software, and many more. Even if you’re not actually in front of an audience face-to-face, the stage fright and anxiety can still kick in. In today’s episode, award-winning vocalist and CEO of Beyond Virtual Events Ella Glasgow shares her expert tips for making an impact on the audiences of your virtual events.
SWGR | Media Interviews
  Media Interviews are an efficient tool to help bring your brand to the public. By getting yourself and your offers out there, you can significantly improve your impact and potentially tap great opportunities. In this episode, Lisa Simone Richards shares the power of media interviews in brand building and how they can help you get that “IT” factor. She shares her experience as a publicist who helps healthcare practitioners, doctors, and other professionals become
SWGR Vaneese Johnson | Embrace The Bold
  Society puts us inside boxes and conditions us to be a certain way. Who we truly are gets muffled, and we struggle to speak out. It is time to break free from the bonds that keep us from being our authentic selves. In this episode, Vaneese Johnson, The Boldness Coach™, encourages us to be BOLD, to give ourselves permission to become who we are out loud daily. She breaks down what being bold means as well
SWGR Karen Valentia Clopton | Servant Leadership
  People who aspire to lead must first learn how to be genuinely honest, transparent, and ethical. These are the core values of servant leadership. However, getting to that position means you have to be tested and prove yourself. In this episode, award-winning trailblazer Karen Valentia Clopton sits down with Elizabeth Bachman to share how true leadership is formed within a business, organization, or political society. Karen tells her story of demonstrating operational expertise and
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,