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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 123 | Culture Of Belonging
  Being in a place where there is a constant battle within yourself to fit in the group can be exhausting. And this can also lead to burnout because changing who you are requires a lot of energy. As a team leader, how can you deal with this dilemma? Tricia Montalvo Timm shares her wisdom in cultivating a culture of inclusivity to break the barrier of creating a better space for everyone. Bringing cultural awareness to other
SWGR 122 | Asking For Help
  Latinas comprise a huge percentage of the entire country’s workforce, and yet their voices and efforts matter so little. These amazing women can change the market tide by simply asking for help and allowing themselves to be coached. Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, Elizabeth Bachman sits down with Patricia Murillo, who shares her work empowering women leaders through the organization How Women Lead. She talks about providing training and support to people of color who
SWGR 121 | Be Different
  We have come a long way when it comes to embracing diversity in this country. And that is all thanks to the many individuals who have reclaimed their identities by using their voices to tell their stories, particularly their immigrant stories. Kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month, Elizabeth Bachman brings to the show Oscar Garcia, the founder of Aspira Consulting, Inc. In this episode, Oscar dares us to be different, embrace our identity, and be who we are
SWGR 120 | Speak Up
  How we communicate with others not only influences how they react to us, but it shapes how people perceive us. And even when we have the purest of intentions, we can easily be misconstrued because of how our message or request is delivered. So how do we make sure that we communicate effectively? Ivna Curi, CEO and founder of AssertiveWay.com, talks about the difference between assertiveness and aggressiveness. She also shares insights on how
SWGR 119 | LinkedIn Presence
  As a leader, it is important that you stay active on LinkedIn even if you’re not looking for work. LinkedIn isn’t just a job site anymore; professionals from around the world go there to check you out. That is why you need to make sure your profile is up to date with everything, especially if you are a woman. Join Elizabeth Bachman as she talks to Jennifer Darling about the importance of being active
  What is executive presence and how do you get it? First impressions are important. How you present yourself can make a big difference in how others perceive you. That is why projecting confidence and authority in a way that commands respect and inspires others is essential. That is what Elizabeth Bachman shares today. Elizabeth pulls together four themes of how to show up as a leader within your organization. She gives tips and strategies
SWGR 117 Anastasia | Podcast Guesting
  Speaking on podcasts is one of the best ways to increase your influence, show your expertise and raise your visibility. But finding the right podcasts — the ones that will show you in the best light — can be a time-consuming project. Elizabeth Bachman interviews speaker agent Anastasia Lipske about how to find the best opportunities, how to be a sought-after guest, and how to use podcast guesting as a branding strategy. Anastasia is
SWGR 116 Tulia | Bias Barrier
  How can women achieve more? What is the most crucial weapon in bringing diversity into the professional arena? Join your host Elizabeth Bachman as she talks with Tulia Lopes about breaking the bias barrier between men and women. Tulia’s goal is to support women, eradicate the gender gap in leading positions, and bring women’s voices to global stages. In this episode, she shares valuable insights on women’s communication skills and boosting their confidence. She
SWGR 115 | La Dolce Vita
  The pandemic brought a lot of changes in our lives. We came to realize what really matters. What are the things that light us up? Elizabeth Bachman sits down for a meaningful conversation with Angela Santi about the La Dolce Vita approach that helps business leaders thrive and have a blissful lifestyle. Angela is the one-of-a-kind Dolce Vita Leadership and Lifestyle Designer for elite entrepreneurs, business owners, and experts. In this episode, she shares
SWGR 114 | Women In Tech
  When it comes to women in tech, the conversation is often focused on the lack of female representation in the industry. But some brave women are making a difference, and we need to empower them. That is what exactly Nicole Trick Steinbach speaks about. Nicole is the international bravery coach for women in technology. She coaches women in tech all over the world to succeed in their careers, earning more money and creating more
SWGR 113 | Toxic Colleagues
  Are you having trouble dealing with toxic colleagues at work? Listen to this episode as Mitchell Kusy discusses how to solve these challenges and respond in the best ways possible. He shares proven strategies that could help increase team productivity and financial performance. This information is based on his experience and research with over 400 leaders. He explains how you can create a work culture of respectful engagement, impacting individual, team, and bottom-line performance.
SWGR 112 | Creativity
  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