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The Influence & Impact podcast from leadership coach Carla Miller helps female leaders to tackle self-doubt, become brilliant at influencing and make more impact at work. It's personal development meets professional development to help you thrive in today's workplace. Episodes are short and sweet so you can start your working week feeling energised, inspired and empowered. Find out more at: https://www.carlamillertraining.com
 
Journalist Linda Grasso hosts candid conversation with fascinating women about the things that matter most: happiness, health and purpose. SheSez is a master class for the modern woman. In her signature unabashed style, the well-known TV broadcaster showcases her seasoned interviewing skills, fueled by a keen sense of what women want to know. With thoughtful cadence and saucy humor, Linda peels back the layers on each guest, giving equal time to successes and failures. Interviewees come from ...
 
The Women in Business and Technology Podcast was created to showcase interviews with prominent women in business and tech roles and their allies, and coverage of programs disrupting inclusion in the workplace. Whether you’re just starting out in the tech industry, strategizing on how to get your next business role, or managing a woman for the first time, we’ll provide some great insights to support a great career and broader inclusion.
 
The Legacy Creation Podcast is for female gamechangers who want to make a positive impact on the world whilst living their own best life. Gamechangers who are ready to create both personal and global abundance. A combination of self-help and business strategies to help women leaders to create the impact they know they want to make in the world without burnout. Inspiration, mindset, vitality and abundance - we'll cover everything you need to develop the skillsets of a changemaker. You know yo ...
 
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Outside the White Box

Kara Loewentheil and Simone Seol

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Outside the White Box is a podcast for life coaches, thought work devotees, and anyone else interested in how the self-development industry can uplevel its teaching to meet the demands of a complicated multicultural world. Brought to you by the creators of the UnF*ck Your Brain podcast and the Joyful Marketing podcast, Outside the White Box will weave together unofficial expertise in history, sociology, anthropology and thought work to challenge the "white box" of mainstream self-development ...
 
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Gina Schaefer shares the story of how she went from working in software tech to founding a successful chain of Ace hardware stores in the DC metropolitan area, and why she started hiring recovering drug addicts as employees. Not only have they turned out to be some of the best employees she’s had in the nearly 20 years she’s been in business, Gina …
 
First off, a huge thank you to everyone who supported the book launch for Closing the Influence Gap which went straight to the top spot in Leadership and Management on Amazon Kindle. In this week’s episode, I speak with Felicity Dwyer, an independent facilitator, trainer, coach and speaker who specialises in communication and leadership skills abou…
 
Meetings are a part of every job and the higher you progress in your career, the more meetings you need to attend. But are all meetings necessary and are they achieving a specific outcome for your team, project or organisation? In this week’s episode, I’m joined by Mamie Kanfer Stewart, a coach and consultant who trains teams and organisations to d…
 
Charmaine DeGraté, co-executive producer and writer on HBO’s Game of Thrones: House of the Dragon talks with Linda about working on the hit series, her amazing career trajectory and her philosophy of being truthful about what you know and what you don't when taking a new job (she's not a believer in faking it until you make it). The Texas native al…
 
You don't need fixing. You're not broken. And there's nothing wrong with you. In fact, the thoughts and feelings you're having and the challenges that you're facing at work are completely normal. Not only do I want you to know that, I also want you to understand why you might be feeling that way. In this week’s episode, I talk about the systemic ge…
 
Are you an overthinker? Perhaps you ruminate on past situations, worry about future events or are fearful of the judgement of others? This re-release of one of my most popular podcasts with Tahirih McLaren-Brown is for you. Overthinking can affect both our work and personal lives as well as how we show up with confidence as a leader. Our thoughts a…
 
Want to live healthier and longer? Shift your mindset about aging says Yale University professor Dr. Becca Levy. Examining various cultures and outliers around the world, Dr. Levy has conducted research, concluding that if we can shift our attitudes about aging, it will foster positive beliefs which will, in turn, improve our health in later years …
 
If you are more comfortable talking about your team's achievements than your own, then this re-release of episode 28 is a must listen! I am joined by Stef Sword-Williams, Forbes 30 under 30, TEDx speaker and author of F*ck Being Humble. Stef is on a mission to change the way the world views self-promotion and encourage people to be unapologetically…
 
In this week’s episode, I’m sharing a simple piece of wisdom that’s helped me to shift my mindset and be happier. This has been so valuable for many of my clients and will really help you in your career and life. JOIN THE BOOK LAUNCH SQUAD My book - “Closing the Influence Gap: A practical guide for women leaders who want to be heard” – is launching…
 
I love listening to podcasts and find them a source of inspiration for my work and life. This week, I'm sharing 5 of my favourite non-leadership podcasts, an impactful episode and some of the lessons I've learnt from them. Beyond Busy hosted by Graham Allcott Episode: How To Stop Trying To Do Everything with Oliver Burkeman (7 January 21) Listen he…
 
Have you ever experienced workplace bullying or harassment? It happens in many organisations but is all too often ignored, dismissed or swept under the rug, with victims being silenced or leaving when they are brave enough to speak up. This week, I speak to Marie Hemingway, the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Speak Out Revolution - a non…
 
Journalist Jessica Yellin, founder of News Not Noise, a rapidly growing social media platform aimed at delivering the news in a calm, unbiased, factual manner that won’t leave viewers feeling yelled at and anxious, but rather more informed and equipped to form intelligent opinions. The award-winning journalist shares with Linda how she worked in ne…
 
A positive workplace improves teamwork, raises morale, increases productivity, job satisfaction and performance, and reduces stress in employees. So how can organisations start to put people first over productivity? In this episode, I speak to Claire Warner, a former charity Fundraising Director & Senior Leader, turned workplace culture and wellbei…
 
Are the household responsibilities shared equally in your home? Or is the majority of the emotional, mental and domestic load taken on by one person? In this week’s episode, I speak to Clare Twelvetrees about how we can create more equality in our homes. Clare is the Chair of Equality Starts at Home (ESAH) and in our conversation, we discuss how to…
 
Dr. Katie Lawlor, a trained trauma psychologist who specializes in pet grief and loss, on the mental health crisis facing vets. A 2019 study shows vet professionals are experiencing the highest rates of suicide among all medical professions. And those numbers were noted before the pressures of the pandemic, during which 23 million people adopted pe…
 
29% of working age people in the UK have a chronic illness and yet it is something that is rarely discussed or recognised within many workplaces. In this week’s episode, I speak to Rebecca Kudyk who openly shares her personal experience with chronic illness and how she manages motherhood, a career in financial services and her unpredictable symptom…
 
Employee happiness is gaining traction as an essential element of the employee experience. A happy person is more engaged and productive, performs better and positively impacts clients and customers. This week, I speak to Aoife O’Brien, the founder of Happier at Work, a business with the mission to support organisations in retaining top talent. We …
 
This week is another medley, showcasing the most impactful tips and insights from previous guests and episodes. Our topic is how to present to senior stakeholders and colleagues with confidence. In this episode Sandra Francis, Rupal Patel and myself cover: Speaking the language of senior stakeholders How to feel comfortable dealing with interruptio…
 
This week I’m celebrating 100 episodes of the Influence & Impact for Female Leaders podcast! Thank you for listening and supporting the show. I was recently speaking at a conference and was asked a brilliant question by a woman in the audience. She asked: “How can I, as a female leader, support and champion the women in my team? How can I do my bit…
 
LA-based divorce/custody attorney Lisa Helfend Meyer a.k.a. “the pit poodle” shares what it is like to be a high-profile litigator for the uber wealthy and famous. As founder of Meyer, Olson, Lowey & Meyers (all the partners are women), over the past 35 years Lisa has represented the ex-wives of Dr. Dre, Caesar Milan and Tony Danza. Having been imm…
 
Mary Ann Sieghart has been on my dream guest list for a while so I’m very excited to share this interview with you. Mary Ann is the author of the best-selling book The Authority Gap: Why We Still Take Women Less Seriously Than Men, a BBC Radio 4 presenter, speaker and advocate for women’s equality in the workplace. We discuss: The impact of the boo…
 
In this week’s episode I speak to Rupal Patel, a CEO, business consultant, coach and former CIA Intelligence Analyst. Rupal’s high-octane career has taken her from jungles and war zones to corporate boardrooms and international stages. We discuss her inspirational career journey so far and Rupal shares how her experiences at the CIA translate to pr…
 
Gender and ethnicity pay gaps are a very real issue in the UK and worldwide – so how do we change that? This week’s episode is part two of my interview Michelle Gyimah, the Director of Equality Pays, a gender and ethnicity equality consultancy dedicated to closing workplace pay gaps. We discuss what organisations need to know about tackling the gen…
 
Two NIH researchers—Dr. Sarah A. Rudzinskas and Sarah Spector—on studies they are helping conduct for a new drug aimed at helping women in midlife who suffer from depression-typically for the first time in their lives. An estimated 20% of American women have depression at some point during menopause; and 38% experience depression in perimenopause. …
 
Ever wished you knew how to ask for a pay rise? Or negotiate a higher salary when you start a new role? We don’t talk about money enough and that’s exactly what I’m talking to Michelle Gyimah about in this episode. Michelle Gyimah is the Director of Equality Pays, a gender and ethnicity equality consultancy dedicated to closing workplace pay gaps. …
 
If you’re a parent, carer or someone with a busy life, you want to make sure you’re doing your best at work, while making the most of your time outside of it. In this week’s episode, I interview Rachel Vecht, founder of Educating Matters. Rachel works with organisations on inclusion and changing cultures to engage and support their employees, with …
 
Best-selling author and illustrator Alessandra Olanow, whose drawings and musings, shared on Instagram as @aolanow, have attracted a highly engaged community of 372K followers, including celebrities such as Katie Couric and Jennifer Garner. In 2019, dealing with a divorce, Alessandra started drawing her feelings at her kitchen table each morning, p…
 
In this episode, I’m talking about some impactful things that I wish every woman knew. If I had known these a long time ago, my leadership journey would have been easier. As you listen, I encourage you to reflect on my words for your own life. I hope they make a transformational difference for you. To help, I’ve noted down the key points for you to…
 
Are you a woman working in a technical or male-dominated environment (or both!)? If so, this week’s episode is for you. I talk to Sandra Francis, an accredited coach who helps technical leaders to become confident and inspiring leaders. Sandra spent 25 years working in challenging technical environments and was often the solo female voice amongst t…
 
Fasting Coach Laurie Lewis on the do's, don'ts and health benefits of intermittent fasting. Laurie, who owns and operates Fast Forward Wellness, details how not eating for an extended period of time each day puts our bodies in restorative mode, allowing us to regenerate and better fight off disease (there is, by the way, scientific research that su…
 
Confidence at work is something many women struggle with. I believe that a lack of confidence is having a very tangible impact on women and that their talent is being overlooked and underappreciated because of it. I also think gender bias causes many of our confidence issues. In this week’s episode, I share the personal insights of my Be Bolder cli…
 
Grief can be felt for many reasons – death, loss of identity, the end of a relationship, a diagnosis or the loss of a job – and will affect everyone in their working life. However, it’s often still a taboo topic in the workplace. Lizzie Pickering is encouraging organisations to open the conversation and offer thoughtful grief support for their empl…
 
Monica Wyatt shares her journey from top TV producer (Providence, My So Called Life, LA Law) to being an accomplished mixed media artist who reimagines unexpected and overlooked materials, transforming them into intimate assemblage sculpture. The challenging delivery of her second child was the breaking point for Monica. "I was physically exhausted…
 
As a changemaker eager to make changes in the world, you need to start asking the right questions to move to a new horizon. To make an impact in the world, you need to surround yourself with other trustworthy changemakers. Today's episode is about stepping up and joining a community where everyone has equal access and is ready to create breakthroug…
 
How we currently approach managing time isn't serving us as individuals or organisations so let’s do it differently! In Helen Beedham’s new book, The Future of Time, she challenges leaders to think differently about our organisational working habits and practices, and focus on collective time management. Helen is a thought leader, speaker and advis…
 
How to discover and how to trust that inner power you've been nursing all along? For you to create positive changes in the world, you must take away every form of fear stopping you from expressing your power, and channel all that inner energy into making a difference as a changemaker. That’s what I’m talking about in this episode. What You Will Lea…
 
Does your work bring you joy? For many people, the words work and joy don’t fit together but Beth Stallwood is changing that. Beth is an executive coach, the founder of WorkJoy and wants the world to know that work doesn't have to be miserable. She helps people take small steps that make a big difference to improving how they feel about work. We di…
 
Nowadays, we tend to forget how special and unique we are when we rush to fit in with society's norm. We find ourselves with the desire to speak out, to be heard and accepted amongst others, but we don't know the right words to express ourselves. In today's episode, I'll be talking about the importance of growing your individual intelligence and ho…
 
How we define success influences how we feel about ourselves. Are you working to an old version of success or even someone else’s version? In this week’s podcast episode, I share: Why you should regularly reflect on your definition of success How you can use your values to make decisions Ways to work towards success on your own terms A reminder to …
 
Charlotte Hanna shares the story of how she pulled off her dramatic mid-life pivot, moving from successful careers on Wall Street and real estate to founding the innovative cannabis company Rebelle. Plus, how part of her mission is to change the perception of cannabis from that as a dirty, nefarious habit to that of a mindful, elevated experience—o…
 
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