How to Get Good with Your Money — with Tiffany Aliche (the “Budgetnista!”)

“Do you have children? Do you have a partner? Do you pay your bills? Do you manage at a workplace? Those things are hard. Investing is nothing in comparison to living your life as a woman. I promise you. You’re already killing it, and so you can invest. It is a confidence issue but not a capability issue.” —Tiffany Aliche, personal finance expert and author, Get Good with Money Over … [ more ]

What it Takes to Make History—with Dr. Jane Goodall

 “I think an awful lot of what I’ve done is dependent on the amazing mother I had. I mean, she supported this crazy dream I had when I was 10 of going to Africa. When everybody else laughed at me, there was never any question that, because I was a girl, I couldn’t do these things, which is what everybody else said.”—Dr. Jane Goodall With strength, determination, purpose and … [ more ]

Women Making History: with Time’s Up Co-Founder Nina Shaw

Show Notes: It’s Women’s History Month, and we’re talking to a woman who’s been making history for decades: renowned entertainment attorney and co-founding organizer of Time’s Up, Nina Shaw. As one of Hollywood’s most powerful dealmakers, Nina has been elevating the voices of women everywhere. This special, candid conversation explores the past, present and future of gender equality in the workplace. Part inspiration and part actionable takeaways, learn how to … [ more ]

An Excerpt from Celeste Headlee’s Latest Book, “Do Nothing”

Excerpted from DO NOTHING copyright © 2020 by Celeste Headlee. Used by permission of Harmony Books, an imprint of Random House, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher. We answer work emails on Sunday night. We read endless articles about how to hack our brains to achieve more productivity. We crop … [ more ]

The Biggest Danger Women Pose to the Status Quo

Start 2020 strong with Pat Mitchell, first female president of CNN Productions and PBS, co-founder and curator of TEDWomen, global advocate for women’s rights, and author of Becoming a Dangerous Woman. Scroll down and click Play to listen in your browser. Or subscribe to Women Amplified wherever you get your podcasts, and take advantage of Conference for Women speakers year-round!  

Here’s How to Be Happier Now

“So many people are so stressed out and so overwhelmed that they can’t even, and I say this from personal experience, they cannot even allow themselves to pause and recognize that they’re running at an unacceptable pace.” Scroll down and click Play to listen in your browser. Or subscribe to Women Amplified wherever you get your podcasts, and take advantage of Conference for Women speakers year-round!   https://media.blubrry.com/paconferenceforwomen/p/cdn.conferencesforwomen.org/2019/nataly-kogan-dec-2019-women-amplified.mp3Podcast: Play in … [ more ]

How to Manage Your Boss

“Look at who your boss is; understand how they operate—don’t judge; understand how you operate; and then assess the gap.” —Mary Abbajay, organizational and leadership development expert and author, Managing Up Most leadership books focus on how to manage the people who report to you. But equally important is how you manage your boss. (And we all have a boss—even CEOs of public companies have to report to a board.) … [ more ]

Want to Be a Better Leader? Help Your Team Stop Complaining and Be More Accountable

“Drama in the broader sense is unproductive thinking and disruptive behavior. We call it emotional waste. It is anything taking energy away from results and happiness in the workplace. It’s a subtraction.” —Leadership expert and author Cy Wakeman In this refreshing new conversation, leadership expert and New York Times best-selling author Cy Wakeman explains why unproductive workplace drama is on the rise—and how you can avoid it, be happier and more productive, … [ more ]

Dream Big. Then Do This.

“We think branding is what you do when you want likes or fans, or you want to be famous….Actually anyone who interacts with other people needs to think about branding. Your brand is how the world experiences you and what they believe to be true.” —Personal branding expert Lida Citroën Women tend to be more hesitant than men to think about personal branding. But once you realize it’s simply a … [ more ]

Gloria Steinem on Women in 2019

Click Play below to listen in your browser. “It’s a truth-telling in the past couple of years that I haven’t seen before in the majority….the likelihood of being believed has increased.” —Women’s rights pioneer and advocate Gloria Steinem  What would you ask Gloria Steinem if you could? This February, Steinem spoke at our Watermark Conference for Women in San Jose along with communication expert, award-winning journalist and author (and our new podcast … [ more ]

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