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Best Laurie Baedke podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Laurie Baedke podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Dr. Cortney Baker is an award-winning CEO and author of Unlimited: Conquering the Myth of the Glass Ceiling, a book dedicated to educate, inspire, and empower female entrepreneurs. Now she's bringing the same information to her podcast... Women in Business: Inspirational Stories of Women Entrepreneurs. By highlighting female entrepreneurs who have built successful companies on their own terms, the show empowers the next generation, Millennial women, to close the gender gap in leadership thro ...
 
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Leaders need to be self-aware, able to make effective decisions, and prepared to grow their network to succeed in their careers. Laurie Baedke joins me to talk about how she helps build high-performance teams and keeps leaders at the top of their games. Laurie transitioned from a background in healthcare administration to self-employment by helping…
 
Today I lay out a step by step plan for you to follow to help you plan your next business pivot and stay afloat through this economic uncertainty. A plan is crucial, now more than ever before, and we discuss real-life scenarios of business pivots that will help businesses stay on top of their game. - Cortney To access the Cash Flow Projector: www.c…
 
Dr. Jason Mizell understands first-hand how puzzling and overwhelming finances can be to physicians. After all, in school their courses include very little, if any, business or financial material. When the handsome paychecks start rolling in, along with credit offers, and social expectations, it’s too easy for young doctors to find themselves burie…
 
We are currently living in a world that has been hit with a global pandemic, and fear and uncertainty abound all around us. In this episode, I discuss practical tools to help you assess your situation and give you a game plan to decrease your fears and focus on moving forward. I pray this episode gives you hope and clarity, personally and professio…
 
Living an intentional life absolutely can and should translate into how you run your business. When you treat your business and employees like you treat your family, the way Courtney Caldwell does with ShearShare, you’re going to create an incredible company culture that will help your business thrive. Courtney explains the power of mindset and how…
 
When sh*t hits the fan in a global crisis, it's imperative to keep a level head and make sound business decisions. In this episode, Dr. Cortney Baker gives easy strategies to stay in business during times of uncertainty. Links The True Cost Calculator Find Dr. Cortney Baker Online Follow Dr. Cortney Baker on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedI…
 
Finding your passion and asking for feedback are two of the best qualities to have when you’re starting and building your own business. Especially when you find yourself an accidental entrepreneur, like Angela Jia Kim, owner of Savor Beauty, who joins me today to talk about how she discovered her true passion for self-love. Angela explains how she …
 
When Dr. Qaali Hussein’s family fled war-torn Somalia in the ‘90s, she experienced trauma first-hand. Today as an trauma surgeon, helping patients through life-changing events is what she specializes in. Mending and repairing is what she loves doing. But her path to medical school was full of roadblocks. When a hijab-wearing Muslim girl announces s…
 
As great as it would be, becoming a millionaire is not an overnight achievement... unless you’ve won the lottery. Self-made millionaires all have a set of habits they stick to in order for them to be successful. In this episode of Women in Business, I share what they are. First of all, you absolutely need to set up multiple streams of income. Think…
 
Christine Spadafor is with us again. This is part two, so if you missed part one last week, make sure you listen to that episode too. This week Christine and I dig into one of her topics of expertise -- gender issues in the workplace. Christine gives us an overview of where gender parity currently stands in the US compared to our European counterpa…
 
Christine’s career path has taken her from bedside nurse to law school to consultant to the boardroom. She helps businesses and institutions navigate and prepare for change, no matter the source of the disruption -- social, technological, economic, environmental, or political. Today’s episode focuses on the role of the leader during times of change…
 
Dr. Nii Darko, son of Ghanian immigrants, was inspired to pursue a medical career by TV shows like Doogie Howser and Trapper John, M.D. But his life as a physician felt lacking in comparison to the Hollywood version. He found himself chasing degrees and feeling disappointed by the lack of autonomy and sense of fulfillment that he had hoped for. To …
 
When Dr. Joe Safdieh was interviewing for his medical residency, he knew he wanted to teach, and he was surprised that when he disclosed his aspirations, interviewers would “look at me like I had three heads.” After all, didn’t all doctors want to focus on research or clinical work? Historically, medical education has been viewed as the “leftovers”…
 
By now, most of us know that the research is conclusive -- organizations and institutions are better all around when they’re diverse, all the way up to the C-suite. Women and minorities are good for the bottom line, for creativity, and for healthier, happier work environments. But how can we encourage men to mentor women in a post #MeToo world? Man…
 
Dr. Gunisha Kaur works with people who are in vulnerable places. She works as an anesthesiologist, attending patients in the OR during surgical procedures. She also works with forcibly displaced individuals -- refugees, migrants, immigrants, and asylum seekers. She doesn’t remember being a refugee herself, but her family fled ethnic and political v…
 
At a time when physicians and medical clinicians are burdened with higher patient loads, technological changes, increased regulation, and always-on schedules, who has the time and energy for adding empathetic interactions into the mix? Dr. Helen Riess, associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical and cofounder of Empathetics, Inc.,…
 
You probably don’t know many physicians who were once high-school dropouts, but today you’ll get to know one. Dr. Kane Pryor’s path into medicine is a beautiful, inspiring tale of mentorship done right. Today, the Australian native is an associate professor and the vice chair of academic affairs in the Department of Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell …
 
A native of Ireland, Dr. Geraldine McGinty is a practicing physician and the Chief Strategy and Contracting Officer for the Weill Cornell Physician Organization. She’s also the first woman chair of the board of American College of Radiologists. In today’s episode, Dr. McGinty and I discuss her varied career path -- private practice, academic medici…
 
Dr. Stephanie Lahr is board certified in internal medicine and clinical informatics, and her career path led her to the intersection of medicine and technology. Today she’s the CIO of Regional Health in South Dakota. Her career path wasn’t strategic but was impacted by a hurricane, an interview, personal goals, and a genuine interest in seeing heal…
 
We’re about to welcome a new year, a new decade, and many of us are making plans and setting goals. Which is great. But what happens when life derails those plans? At age 33, with children aged 2, 4, and 6, Ashli was diagnosed with cancer. In today’s episode, Ashli shares how she dealt with her fears and how she managed to embrace the hand life dea…
 
As “Leader Leader” of Greater Omaha Chamber, Lynda has been tasked with creating and guiding all of the chamber’s leadership development offerings. Essentially, she’s been leading leaders for years, and she shares some of her wisdom with us today. Lynda is a skilled relationship builder and connector. Today we cover important topics like diversity …
 
The worst things that happen in your life, hitting rock bottom and failing businesses don’t have to be the end of it. Many entrepreneurs use these moments as learning points and inspiration on how to prepare and reinvent themselves and their new businesses. Stefanie Gass is here to talk about how she built her business helping Christian moms create…
 
Gender equality in the workplace is over 100 years from being our everyday reality. These statistics are shocking. They’re one of the reasons I encourage and help women to start their own business now, instead of wasting decades of their lives working for companies that don’t value them as employees. I truly believe that if you have the desire to s…
 
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