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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
 
“I wanted to create a podcast of hope. Like the best friend who shares the words you need to hear when Life stuff is happening. It can be a confusing time. It’s also a time that can be the start of something good. Being supported and being inspired to think differently, open up to ideas and having courage to take action can be life changing for all the right reasons. This is what the podcast is all about." - Eleanor
 
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 ...
 
Lou Perez is a Webby Award-winning comedian, the bearded half of comedy duo Greg and Lou, and the former head writer and producer of We the Internet TV. Lou needed a way to get all the people he's always wanted to talk to to talk to him. So, he made a podcast. The Lou Perez Podcast. Join Lou on his journey through politics and culture.
 
Lead With Trust Podcast is about exploring today’s leadership landscape and what some of the best teams and businesses in the world are already executing on. It’s not a tactic. And it’s not a phase. Their secret: Trust. Trusted Businesses must have trusted leaders. Not all leaders are created equal. The goal of the show is to deconstruct and synthesize successful leadership types and proven principles from high-profile entrepreneurs, influential celebrities, and world-class leaders on how th ...
 
What does it mean to be a good leader? What are leadership traits and characteristics? How do I build these characteristics?What does leadership have to do with my day-to-day life?The Lead Into It podcast dives into these questions and all things leadership with inspiring interviews from leaders with all different types of backgrounds. Each episode will leave you with inspiration or tactical tools for your career or personal life. Your host, Sara Greco, has the vision to help others build an ...
 
Many of us want to live a life guided by our purpose. Your host, Ami Dehne, believes that intuition, trust, and a willingness to constantly examine and shift our mindset are all keys to living a creative and meaningful life. Ami hosts inspiring and unfiltered conversations with extraordinary folks who have had the courage to disrupt their current thinking to be in greater alignment with their values and their higher purpose. This podcast is about being with our humanity and is a curious inve ...
 
Celebrate teachers and a joy of reading with The Book Love Foundation Podcast. Hosts Penny Kittle and Julia Torres and their guests help teachers develop a love of reading in their students. It is a show filled with information, inspiration, and book love. The show focuses on the value of reading in a student s life when that child has access to books and skilled teachers who are committed to rich and rewarding reading lives for their students. The show helps teachers learn to foster a love ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military Entertainment Network In 2006, Dav ...
 
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My guest in this episode is Carla Miller and we are talking about how to speak up in times of change. Carla is an expert in Leadership Coaching specialising in creating Influence and Impact for female leaders. In this Podcast we will look at how to speak up and ask questions in times of change. We explore the three circles of emotion – fear, drive …
 
"This Is My Proof" was published in Zouch Magazine. Be on the lookout for my book, That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore Support My Sponsors https://www.blvckbrew.com/ - Use promo code LOU for Free Shipping! www.palomaverdeCBD.com - Use promo code LOU for 25% off purchases over $75. Support thelouperez.locals.com www.TheLouPerez.com Apple: https://podcasts…
 
“It is the responsibility of each one of us to learn and understand how people have different experiences in their lives” In this week’s episode, I interview Tala Hassoun - an international development and humanitarian expert, and gender, diversity and inclusion lead facilitator. We discuss: What intersectionality is and why it matters in the workp…
 
On this episode of The Lou Perez Podcast I talk with Jen Monroe about Loudon County, Patton Oswalt and Dave Chappelle, and where all the metrosexuals have gone. @ThatJenMonroe Be on the lookout for my book, That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore. Support My Sponsors https://www.blvckbrew.com/ - Use promo code LOU for Free Shipping! www.palomaverdeCBD.com - …
 
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, …
 
Imagine being 16 years old, and being abandoned at a youth shelter on Christmas Day at 16 years old. You're in the middle of an education, still growing and finding out who you are, only to be thrust instantly into the world of adulthood. It sounds like a nightmare scenario, but it was very real for this week's guest. In today's episode of The Lead…
 
If you want to develop your career, it’s important to be able to communicate your strengths and successes to others, and be visible to key stakeholders within your organisation. Does the thought of doing this make you feel uncomfortable? Many women feel the same. However, a lack of visibility could be holding you back from reaching your career goal…
 
In today's episode of Lead with Trust, Sue Dyer, President of Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs, talks about the value of developing a Trust Movement in your organization. You'll learn what a Trust Movement is and why we all need one in our workplaces and personal lives. You'll discover the similarities between a rock tossed in the water and crea…
 
Naomi Shragai is the author of the book "The Man Who Mistook His Job for His Life" A new year and new perspective as we explore rethinking change. It's such a big word change, it can make you uncomfortable, apprehensive. In this episode Naomi shares her views about how to thrive at work, and it doesn't have to be all about massive changes. Buy "The…
 
On this episode of The Lou Perez Podcast I talk with the CEO of DonorSee, Gret Glyer, about his charity, his work in Malawi, and my relationship with Nepal. https://donorsee.com/ Support My Sponsors https://www.blvckbrew.com/ - Use promo code LOU for Free Shipping! www.palomaverdeCBD.com - Use promo code LOU for 25% off purchases over $75. Support …
 
Fear is one of the most common factors that hold people back from becoming an entrepreneur. But have you ever asked yourself, "What the worst that could happen?" When you do, your imagination will dream up all types of crazy possibilities, most of which don't stand up to even the smallest amount of scrutiny. In today's episode of The Lead With Trus…
 
Are you getting in your own way when it comes to influencing? When we're trying to influence, we often make it about other people and believe that they’re the problem. However, the way we are showing up greatly impacts our ability to influence effectively. In this episode, I share the common ways you might trip yourself up and how to adjust your ap…
 
A quick but motivating message from Sue Dyer, President of Sudyco™ Trusted Leadership Programs. You’ll discover why most people are actually resistant towards their pursuits and what’s the number one reason behind this resistance. You’ll learn how to move from hope to probable to inevitable (here’s where you want to be). Enjoy! What you’ll learn in…
 
With the year drawing to a close, we take a look back at what has come before. Podcasting is no easy feat, and it is a fertile ground for learning many important lessons. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman looks back at five lessons she learned from 2 years as a podcast host. From lessons in change to leadership, Elizabeth digs deep and examines th…
 
On this episode of The Lou Perez Podcast I talk with Connor Boyack from the Libertas Institute about his libertarian children’s book series The Tuttle Twins, Mormonism, and if my Indigenous American heritage can land me a job. https://www.connorboyack.com/ Support My Sponsors https://www.blvckbrew.com/ - Use promo code LOU for Free Shipping! www.pa…
 
How do you define the word, "innovation?" For most of us, innovation refers to a new product, a new way of doing something or even a new way of thinking. Essentially, it's about ideas, right? Our guest this week believes that we may be looking at the issue too narrowly. In today's episode of Lead with Trust, Sue chats with Carla Johnson, global key…
 
Back in the early days of mining, miners would bring a canary in a cage down with them into the depths of the earth. Since small birds are far more sensitive to bad air than humans are, they only had to watch the health of the bird to know whether or not it was safe to proceed. It's where we get the phrase, "canary in a coal mine." In your business…
 
Happy New Year! In this short and sweet episode, I’m helping you to reflect on 2021 and set your intentions for 2022. Get yourself a pen or paper, write down the questions I share and create some quiet time to answer them. I would love to hear your reflections and intentions. Send me a message on LinkedIn or Instagram, or email me at: hello@carlami…
 
Welcome Trust Builders! In this first episode of "Lead with Trust," your host, Sue Dyer, will offer a look into the events that started her on her trusted leader journey. You'll discover how a fistfight at a United Contractors Association dinner helped Sue become clear on the path her business needed to follow. You'll learn why being the first woma…
 
On this episode of The Lou Perez Podcast I talk with my friend Stephen Kent about Star Wars, his book How the Force Can Fix the World, and erotic fan fiction. https://www.stephendkent.com/how-the-force-can-fix-world-star-wars-kent https://www.stephendkent.com/ @Stephen_Kent89 Support My Sponsors https://www.blvckbrew.com/ - Use promo code LOU for F…
 
On this episode of The Lou Perez Podcast I talk with my friend Carla Gericke about the Free State Project, her book The Ecstatic Pessimist, and our time in school. https://www.carlagericke.com/product/the-ecstatic-pessimist/ https://www.carlagericke.com/ @CarlaGericke Support My Sponsors https://www.blvckbrew.com/ - Use promo code LOU for Free Ship…
 
Most of us will encounter plenty of difficult colleagues or workplace conflicts in our career. With so many types of personalities, working styles and goals, it seems inevitable. As a leader, you need to approach conflict in a way that considers yourself, your team and the goals of your organisation. In this week’s episode, Liz Kislik, a management…
 
How can you counter unconscious bias? By storytelling. Elizabeth Bachman introduces Åsa Rydhard, the CEO of Rydhard.com. Åsa talks with Elizabeth about how sharing your stories inspires others to share theirs. When you start listening to other people’s stories, you begin to see the world in a new way. It can be a challenging process, but as long as…
 
Many women in my community struggle with people pleasing and in this week’s episode, I’m diving into what people pleasing is, how to identify it and how to put your own needs first. A general definition of a people pleaser is a person who has the emotional need to please others, often at the expense of their own needs or desires. In this episode, I…
 
Losing the job you loved whether through redundancy or some other reason can cause you heartbreak. You can go through a period of grief, your identity lost, your purpose evaporated, the kudos and responsibility missing now from your life. In this episode how to pick up from those emotions and how to move forward. I want to heal your heartbreak so t…
 
How can you initiate necessary changes so that your teams will embrace new ideas with enthusiasm? What if changed has been dumped on you from above? How do you manage? Change is constant and change is hard. In this episode, host Elizabeth Bachman and her guest Sue Firth give us strategies for coping with change, whether you are leading it, or deali…
 
Are the standard hiring practices we use fair and do they truly give us the best candidates for each role? Khyati Sundaram’s answer to this is no and she says it’s time to leave CVs and biased hiring practices behind. Khyati is the CEO of Applied, an all-in-one hiring platform that uses behavioural science-backed techniques for fair and de-biased h…
 
You may have the best speech in the world, but it does no one any good if you can't present it to the right audience. So how do you get an audience? And how does a busy executive get booked? In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman gets into the nitty-gritty of booking with speaker brand strategist Whitney McDuff. Whitney specializes in the art of buildi…
 
Many of us will take extended leave during our careers. It could be maternity or shared parental leave, sickness or sabbatical, family caregiving or just a much-needed career break. Unfortunately, the reality is that extended leave can result in feelings of isolation, being left behind, starting again on the back foot or having to downgrade our car…
 
Women with Influence is my LinkedIn Live series where I interview inspirational and influential women leaders on their career journey so far. This podcast episode is a recording of my interview with Monique Carayol, a Leadership & Talent Development Consultant, Coach and an ambitious, award-winning change maker. Monique started her career in health…
 
In this episode Creative Career & Leadership Coach Monique Jordan Cave is my guest. We are talking about how to reset your mind, and how reset your confidence after you have re-invented yourself, so that you are open to whatever is going to happen in your new career. If you are feeling a little bit stuck Monique has advice on how to step forward an…
 
One of most asked questions I get from women in leadership is how to feel more respected as a leader. I love this question because it’s at the heart of what my work is all about. That's why I developed the Influence & Impact framework and it's why I built the Influence and Impact group coaching programme. Essentially, being a respected leader comes…
 
Ben Johnson is an agitator, innovator and founder of TenPercentBetter. Ben is my guest on this episode of the Podcast. 'Change what you do. Or be changed' that's the provocative title, but to put it into context we are talking about the mechanics of how you can create change in your life and what you need to identify to make that change. (Contains …
 
Women with Influence is my new LinkedIn Live series where I interview inspirational and influential women leaders on their career journey so far. This podcast episode is a recording of our first Women with Influence interview with Mylene Sylvestre. Mylene is the Publishing Director at Guardian News & Media and co-Founder of the Women of Colour Glob…
 
On this episode founder of 'Freelance Feels' Jenny Stallard. Jenny is a journalist, a coach and a writer and we are talking about freelancing. A lot of people when they get made redundant or want to have a career change think about going freelance. Jenny has set up a community that can help called “Freelance Feels” Find out more here: https://www.f…
 
As entrepreneurs, we know how to innovate, execute leadership, and successfully run a business but we lack knowledge in delivering great presentations. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman talks with Brigette Callahan on how we could win our pitches through our slideshows and deliver value. Brigette is on a mission to end the tyranny of boring PowerP…
 
Using your voice and presence strategically can help you be heard and have more influence in your organisation. In this week’s episode, I interview Elizabeth Bachman, a Professional Speaker, Executive Career Coach and Presentation Skills Trainer. Elizabeth is passionate about getting more smart women into positions of authority, helping them do rea…
 
What to do when your children leave the nest? Amanda Paradine is the head coach for Another Door, her daughters are leaving home to go to University. Life changes encompass more than just work. In this episode some practical advice and some shared wisdom and just how to plan for the day that your children have left and how you can reinvent your lif…
 
If you’re selling something niche, how do you find customers? You need to stand out and really create a demand for it. Susan Walsh’s business is on data quality and most people don’t even know what that is. Susan is the founder of The Classification Guru and she is a specialist in spend data classification. Learn from the Mistress of Data herself o…
 
Tension between managers and their direct reports isn't unusual but it can make work feel difficult and uncomfortable. This tension usually comes down to different leadership styles, communication styles, priorities or personalities. In this week’s podcast, I share: The most common reasons tensions occur and practical tips to defuse them Why we sho…
 
Emma Maslin is the Money Whisperer and in this episode we explore our relationship with money. Is it a thing that is holding back from change? How to get a money mindset we look at the emotions and subconscious belief systems about money. Follow Emma on INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/moneywhisperer Website: https://themoneywhisperer.co.uk Another…
 
When there are communication issues, leaders should step up. Are you sure that you are leading with impact and influence throughout your organization? It’s time to drive change and make a massive difference because everyone could benefit from that. Join Elizabeth Bachman as she talks with Carla Miller on dealing with difficult situations. Carla div…
 
Micromanaging is often seen as a sin of management. No employee wants it and no leader wants to be accused of it. So how do you get the balance right and offer your team members the support that they need without looking over their shoulders or giving too much freedom? In this week’s podcast, I share: Why we micromanage and how to gently release so…
 
The traditional media is in big change with some of the established players busy trying to catch up with TikTok, SnapChat and all sorts of other new media. Jon Birchall is the Audience and Content Director (sport) at Reach plc, formerly the Trinity Mirror Group/Express Newspapers. He made a leap from what seemed a dream job to reinvent himself. Thi…
 
Right now, we’re in the middle of what is being termed The Great Resignation with a lot of people looking for new roles and a lot of organisations with openings. In this episode, I’m sharing with you a few tips on how you can succeed in your next interview. I’m also sharing the content from the Psychology of Interviews module of my audio course Ins…
 
On this episode - designer of the interior of Virgin Galactic's Spaceport America - Gareth Southall he is also the founder of Viewpoint Studio. We are talking about moving from in-house to starting your own agency, because whatever you are doing in an organisation remember it can be outsourced. But what is it really like when you leave a big corpor…
 
What do you need to become a confident negotiator? Elizabeth Bachman introduces us to Tina Greenbaum, the Founder and CEO of Mastery Under Pressure—a management coaching program for high-performing executives who need to refine and master their interpersonal and inter-departmental skills. In this episode, Tina shares how she charged her client $1,5…
 
Both work and life are unpredictable and the older I get, the more I realise they rarely go to plan. But this doesn’t need to be a source of stress. Our ability to accept and embrace reality as it’s happening can determine how happy and successful we are in all parts of our lives. In this week’s episode, I share: Mindset tips for reframing and lett…
 
"You just need to take a few steps forward" In this episode my guest Mark Maciver founder of Slider Cuts believes that you should not be fearful over failing but be fearful over not trying. So let's harness his razor-sharp skills and overcome our fears Mark was recently recognised for his position as one of the UK's top black business people follow…
 
How can you have an incredible team that works together and is committed to achieving organizational goals? Can you get your people to be in alignment with your vision, your mission and your goals? If you’re a team member, how can you help from within? As a two-time Olympian and National Basketball Coach of the Year, Sherry Winn knows teams from wi…
 
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