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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.

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SWGR 522 | Customized Comedy
  Many people, performers especially, can easily attest to the simple fact that comedy is hard – even more so if what you’re doing is customized comedy. On top of your usual schtick, customized comedy also involves a lot of research and improvisation to make your audience a truly integral part of the experience. Elizabeth Bachman is joined by Heather Rogers, who is known as a Corporate Magician. Heather shares her secrets to preparing strong customized
SWGR 521 | The Disruption Mindset
  How can we exercise leadership in these unusual times and incorporate team beliefs and culture in different set-ups? On today’s show, Elizabeth Bachman chats with Charlene Li about becoming better leaders. Charlene is an expert in digital transformation, leadership, customer experience, and the future of work. She is also the author of The Disruption Mindset, a book about developing a disruptive mindset that permeates every aspect of the organization. Join Elizabeth and Charlene as they talk
SWGR 519 | Breaking The Glass Ceiling
  For so long, the glass ceiling is something that has existed for women, no matter what environments they were in, or what they were doing, and it has severely limited the opportunities that those women receive. But more recently, more and more women have been able to put in the work in breaking the glass ceiling, ensuring that they – and the women that would come after them – could advance safely and surely.
SWGR 520 | Traits Of Great Leaders
  Great leaders exemplify great relationships and bring great results. How can you improve your leadership skills? Joining Elizabeth Bachman today is Ivy Slater, an entrepreneur and professionally certified business coach. A top businesswoman, Ivy is the CEO of Slater Success and the author of the bestselling book, From the Barre to the Boardroom. Ivy talks about the seven traits of great leaders and how to cultivate them. She also talks about the strong pillars that can help
SWGR 518 | Venture Capitalists
  For many companies, getting things off the ground wouldn’t have been possible without the support provided by securing venture capitalists. While these venture capitalists have cultivated their own culture and reputation, they’re still among your best bets for securing the money you need to turn your dream into a reality. Monica Phillips is the President and Founder of Spark Plug Labs, which coaches leaders and teams on culture, belonging, and inclusion. Monica shares what
SWGR 517 | Leadership With Purpose
  How does one lead with purpose? Elizabeth Bachman interviews Laura Gisborne of Legacy Leaders Global about how she helps women find their purpose, erase their scarcity fears, and prosper. Laura is also an author of multiple books, including Stop the Spinning: Move from Surviving to Thriving and Limitless Women. In this conversation, Elizabeth and Laura talk about questioning your capacities to lead, your greatest resources, and healing the poverty consciousness. Moreover, Laura offers helpful
SWGR Monique | How To Speak Up
  Do you want to get paid to speak? Do you want to speak internationally? If your desire is to be the best speaker, Monique Blokzyl, the Founder of the Business Launch Portal, can surely help you achieve this dream. Growing up in the communist system of East Germany and taking inspiration from the likes of Nelson Mandela, Monique learned how to express herself. She later found her voice and then transformed to become one
SWGR Bravo | Transform Boring Speech
  Do you need to present a lot of data, but worry about being boring? Do you find yourself running out of time before you get to your main point? Delivering a content-heavy speech can be interesting and engaging. In this episode, host, Elizabeth Bachman, gives you great advice and tips that can turn your speech from boring to bravo. She talks about how to avoid drowning your listeners in data so they actually remember
SWGR Elissa | Developing Your Voice
  In any social situation, our voice is the very first thing that the people in front of us notice and remember. Therein is the reason why developing your voice is so important. Elissa Weinzimmer of Voice Body Connection teaches you how to get in touch with your voice for maximum impact. In a world where first impressions can dictate entire relationships, you’ve got to make sure you’re ready to make a splash from the
SWGR Christy | Women In The Workplace
  There’s a certain burden on women in the workplace to conform to a rather narrow preconception of what women are capable of achieving. Though it’s not necessarily fair, women have to work twice as hard to get to the same level as men on the corporate ladder, but sometimes, they just have to go with it, no matter how exhausting. Christy Rutherford, an advisor to executive leaders and businesses, joins Elizabeth Bachman. Together they
SWGR Hazzard | When To Do Podcasting
  Podcasting has seen a boom in recent years. While it is great to jump-start and move towards becoming a thought leader in your space, podcasting is unfortunately not for everyone. One question thus remains – is podcasting for you? In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman gets the answer from podcasting authority Tracy Hazzard. Tracy is an Authority Magazine and Inc. Columnist, the co-host of four top-ranked podcasts, and the founder of the largest podcast production
SWGR Clark | Finding Qualified Leads
  In this modern digital age, selling our work entails marketing, which is key if we want to reach out to as many clients as possible. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman interviews sought-after speaker and podcaster Juliet Clark about the latest trends in marketing, why assessment marketing brings better results, and how using assessments when giving a speech can help you find and bring in more qualified leads. — Watch the episode here   Listen