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The Int-HER-rupt Podcast mobilizes women in leadership to disrupt the status quo, to take their seats at the table, and to be part of the conversations that are happening in the places where women engage. Int-HER-rupt provides a place for women to collaborate, encourage, and inspire each other through discussions about balancing work and home, being heard in the workplace, prioritizing self-care, navigating professional relationships, and other issues relevant to women in leadership. Int-HER ...
 
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Regardless of your profession or career, there will always be times you need to say no. But even though it is a necessary skill, many people find it difficult to say no in personal or professional situations. In today’s episode, Linda is joined by the CEO of Cleo and Coco Suzannah Raff to learn how to say “no” and be okay with it. Suzannah has worn…
 
Leading a team in the workplace can be tough. What can make it even more challenging, however, is when situations at home force you to devote more time, energy, or resources away from business aspirations. On today’s episode of IntHerrupt, Linda is joined by Abbi Perets to discuss how to lead a team when you have special needs children, aging paren…
 
Serving on a Corporate Board is both an exciting opportunity and sizable responsibility. Board members have the opportunity to share their knowledge and business expertise, as well as glean new ideas to bring back to their own organizations. In this episode, Deidra Merriwether, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Grainger, and CEO …
 
When juggling the responsibilities that come with motherhood and a career, nobody understands the struggles more than today’s guest Veronica Romney. As the founder of MyModernBrand, she works to help great people and great companies clarify their brand message and market themselves authentically, all while she raises two kids! In today’s episode, V…
 
Leading a team is tough enough. When you add on overcoming physical and emotional health issues when they affect the workplace. Today, Linda is joined by author, speaker, and influencer Beth Caldwell. Beth is a prolific author, having written over ten books on the topics of leadership, success, and inspiration who is more than equipped to tell us h…
 
Whether you’re overcoming imposter syndrome or just want to feel supported in your career, addressing the difficulties to find empowerment is critical. Today on IntHERrupt, Linda is joined by Heather Fueger, sports marketing director at RSM, to learn how she found empowerment and support through sports and physical activity. Heather was involved in…
 
Working around the clock might help you find success at your job, but what’s the value if you feel burnt out? Now more than ever, finding a work-life balance that works for you is essential. Today Linda is joined by Amanda Abella, CEO and founder of Make Money Your Honey, to talk about the value of rest and relaxation and how Amanda finds balance i…
 
The words we use to describe others in the workplace, particularly when it comes to evaluating performance, need to be chosen with care. Often, we use different words when describing men and women, which can have a profound impact on perceptions, decisions and opportunities. In this episode, Lori Mackenzie, co-founder of Stanford’s VMware Women's L…
 
You know those days you just want to quit your job? On today’s episode of IntHERrupt, Linda is joined by Nicole Tschierske to discuss why you might not want to immediately quit and look for your next opportunity. As a scientist and positive psychology coach, Nicole helps her clients strategically turn their career frustrations into a renewed love f…
 
Building alliances in the workforce is critical in finding an environment in which you can work successfully. Today on the Int-HER-rupt podcast, Linda is joined by the founder of The C-Suite Edge, Olivia Roehm, to discuss how you can build strong alliances and relationships in your professional life. Why is building effective alliances important? Y…
 
Navigating the professional world, in any industry, means overcoming obstacles. On today’s episode of the Int-HER-rupt Podcast, marketing maven Amanda Rose shares her strategy to recognize barriers and biases to overcome them. What are the barriers Amanda has faced? A common barrier women encounter is overcoming likability: Balancing being assertiv…
 
On today’s episode of the Int-HER-rupt podcast, we’re joined in the (virtual) studio by Michelle Balaun, founder, coach, and mentor at True Self Branding. As a dedicated and proven expert in helping business professionals find their brand, there’s no better topic to discuss than how to trust your own voice. How has Michelle trusted her voice, despi…
 
Fostering innovation requires a unique balance between decentralized creativity to ideate and build new solutions, and centralized allocation of organizational resources and support to bring those ideas to life. In this episode, Sona Chawla, Chief Growth and Innovation Officer, CDW, and Leading Women Executives Advocate, discusses the links between…
 
Today we’re joined by Ericka Eller, Head Trainer for Foot Traffic Formula, one of the most sought-after business coaching programs for small business owners. Ericka is the go-to for lead generation, social selling, sales strategy and conversion. As a veteran virtual worker for the past three years, Ericka has developed strategies for leading a remo…
 
In today’s episode of Int-HER-rupt, Linda and guest Marybeth Bonnar address sexual harassment in the workplace. With a long career in human relations (and the current HR manager for a $700 million company), Marybeth has done just about every HR task imaginable, from recruitment to termination and everything in-between. Marybeth has had people come …
 
On today’s episode of IntHERupt, Linda is joined by Tracy Smith, an independent consultant who advises teams on best practices to improve individual and organizational performance. Her seasoned experience is perfect for explaining her personal experience in sharing personal responsibilities with her partner. With four kids and two grandkids (with a…
 
Succession planning requires a deep understanding of the company’s strategic objectives, as well as the interests and career goals of its valued leaders. In this episode, TransUnion’s Anne Leyden, Executive Vice President & Head of Human Resources and Katie Coleman, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Leading Women Executives Ambassador, Fal…
 
In today’s episode, Angie Ulibarri joins Linda Yates as they talk about being charitable and how it helps make the community stronger. Angie Ulibarri is a mother and wife. Her mother always engaged her in good works and grew up doing exactly that. She has an innate desire to help people in need. She was 12 when her mother signed her up to be an Ame…
 
As a salesperson, how do you focus on others to help overcome your own imposter syndrome? Join Linda Yates and Melissa Oakes as they talk about overcoming imposter syndrome by helping others. Melissa Oakes is all about helping others feel good about themselves. Her approach is simple, she asks people of the best day of their lives and she lets them…
 
Women’s sports were gaining popularity before COVID but the question is, why should that matter to us? Join Linda Yates and her guest Missy Heilman as they talked about the subject in depth. Who is Missy Heilman? Sports have been an important part of Missy’s life since growing up. She played several sports including volleyball, basketball, and she …
 
Sometimes, we get stuck in a cycle where we burn out easily. In this episode, Jenessa Fillipi talks about the value of finding meaningful work even if you don’t get paid for it. Getting to know Jenessa Fillipi Jenessa Fillipi is a mother of four and an elementary counselor for the last 15 years. Aside from that, Jenessa is the executive director of…
 
Deb DeHaas recently joined Corporate Leadership Center as CEO, following her retirement from Deloitte as Vice Chairman and National Managing Partner for the Center of Board Effectiveness. An active member of multiple boards and civic organizations, she is committed to making an impact as a business leader and member of the community. In this episod…
 
Women play a critical role in the workforce in whatever industry they are in. Due to personal reasons, however, some of them had to take a step back from the workforce. In today’s episode, Bianca Collings talks about what women returning to the workforce should know. Who is Bianca? Bianca Collings thinks of herself as a master juggler. She does man…
 
Women always face specific struggles in their traditionally-male dominated workplace. But how can women thrive working in traditionally-male industries? In this episode, Dr. Hilary Link addresses this issue. Listen to learn more. Who is Dr. Hilary Link? Dr Hilary Link is the first female and 22nd President of Allegheny College in Pennsylvania. She’…
 
The pandemic has affected various industries. In this episode, Cynthia Barnes talks about how the pandemic has impacted women of color in corporate America. Cynthia Barnes is the founder and CEO of the National Association of Women Sales Professionals. It’s an organization of women who sell B2B services in predominantly male-dominated industries. W…
 
There are many opportunities for women entrepreneurs and there are many challenges as well. In this episode, Charlotte Purvis talks about women as entrepreneurs and the things you should know before you leap. Challenges in the business Charlotte Purvis is a consultant, a trainer, a coach, and a customer service enthusiast. Her specialty is communic…
 
What Every Woman Should Know About Her Personal Brand In today’s episode, Kanika Tolver talks about what every woman should know about her personal brand and why a personal brand is important. Kanika is a career coach and the owner of Career Rehab, a career coach practice in the Washington , DC area. She’s focused on helping people transform their …
 
The sales industry has space for more women of color, so we discuss what women of color need to know to gain a seat at the table. In this episode, Minda Harts talks about how women can make it into the sales world. Minda Harts has been living in New York for the last eight years. She’s originally from South Carolina and the first person in her fami…
 
Personal passions matter in whatever endeavor that women take. It’s the driving force to keep them going. In today’s episode, Bonnie Walton speaks of personal passions and how busy women can prioritize them. Bonnie is a care manager for Florida Blue, a part of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida. In her free time, Bonnie is passionate about worki…
 
Breaking Down Barriers for Women in Tech Roles Women have been breaking barriers for a long time now. In this episode, Trina speaks of breaking down barriers for women in blue-collar roles. Trina has 25 years of experience in the technology industry in Utah. Her mission includes trying to help women understand the benefits and opportunities that ar…
 
Lessons Learned in 2020 and The Impact They’ll Make in the Future 2020 has been a trying year. The pandemic impacted the entire world, making massive changes to work settings and schools. Many businesses shut their doors for good while others adjusted their hours of operation. What are the lessons we’ve learned so far and how will it help us surviv…
 
The phrase “money can’t buy happiness,” has been around awhile and for good reason. Even after people have achieved wealth, many are still looking for ways to achieve a joyful life. Sally Glick, today’s guest, talks about finding happiness. Sally started her career by working with her father, a CPA sole practitioner in Chicago, during a time when f…
 
This year has been a particularly challenging one, requiring everyone to find new ways of living, working and practicing resilience. Ambassadors from the Spring 2019 program reflect back on 2020, and how lessons from the Leading Women Executives program helped them be more effective leaders throughout this tumultuous time. Featuring Summer Collins,…
 
How to Best Prepare for Life's Unexpected Interruptions Life is full of interruptions and we’re not always prepared. In this episode, Lyn Elliott, Assistant Vice President, State Government Relations at American Property Casualty Insurance Association, will share her knowledge about being equipped when the inevitable interruptions disrupt our lives…
 
Essential Ways to Motivate Yourself and Your Team Getting to know Christine Hansen Christine Hanes is the Vice President of Advocacy of NAR and is planning on running for the position of President in 2023. She’s been a licensed realtor since 1987 and a broker since 1989. She’s with the Century 21 Hansen Realty and enjoys working with everyone in th…
 
Getting to know Elizabeth George Elizabeth George works as a senior manager at Sensormatic, a subsidiary of Johnson Controls. She is a mother of two boys, 16 and 10 years old. Elizabeth is also a member of Toastmaster International and has served in different capacities within the organization. Taking a step back Forcing someone to action may get y…
 
How to Manage Jealousy Getting to know Nancy Gault Linda Yates and Nancy Gault have known each other for 22 years. As a partner in a CPA FIRM and a certified valuation analyst, Nancy is the epitome of professionalism. She is a career woman who has the best of both worlds, her job and her family. Managing Interruptions Nancy always brings passion to…
 
Leadership journeys often uncover opportunities to take on “stretch roles” – positions that require new skill sets and new responsibilities, and which yield great rewards. Moving into these roles requires courage, confidence and a willingness to step out of one’s comfort zone. In this episode, Kris Yates, President of Allsteel (a division of HNI Co…
 
Education and the Path to the C-Suite Women in leadership roles are no longer a shocking thing. Still, women leaders face many challenges in fulfilling their roles successfully. Getting to know Dr. Michelle Johnston In this episode, Linda invited Dr. Michelle Johnston over to talk about stories and experiences to patch to the C-suites. Michelle’s c…
 
Why Women Should Engage in the Election The 2020 election culminates on voting day tomorrow, and in this 100th anniversary year since women gained the right to vote, it’s important to understand why women should engage in the election. Sarah Lamar, an attorney from the law firm of HunterMaclean in Savannah, Ga., who calls herself a “political junki…
 
How to be Heard Over the “Me Too” Movement Today’s guest is Amy Chorew and she’s going to speak about the “Me Too” movement, a hot topic in today’s generation. Amy sheds light on how our voices can be heard above the movement and how it has impacted women in leadership. Being interrupted Amy has been interrupted many times due to her roles in the c…
 
How to Balance Good Health and Career Le Bergin is the head trainer for FASTer Way to Fat Loss. She started out as a high school teacher before she pursued this journey of helping others with their health goals. In today’s episode, Le sheds light on her journey to personal growth and how it’s connected to fitness. Good health impacts productivity P…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to accelerate their digital transformation strategies to meet their customers’ needs quickly, creatively and efficiently. In this episode, we explore the concepts of the Digital Rubicon and proximity, and how Ulta is applying these lessons to how they do business. Featuring: Rob Wolcott, Co-Founder and Exe…
 
I'm Not a Witch... I'm Just Assertive Today’s guest is Sherry Chris, the CEO of the Realogy Expansion Brands. Her focus is guiding the strategic growth of brands. Under her leadership, she’s been able to grow REBs brand in over forty states and across six countries. In this episode, Sherry talks about her experiences as a woman leading in the workf…
 
I’m not your girl! Many women have experienced being treated as though they are inferior. In this episode, Vidette Pires what being treated this way was like for her. Vidette is a technology strategist and she uses technology to improve profitability. Having a seat at the table Oftentimes, women are given a seat at the table but organizations can t…
 
Race in the Workplace What has race got to do with one’s experiences in the workplace? Does it impact results? Let’s talk about that in this episode. Charlotte Prince Leonard is a healthcare executive now working as the Regional Director of Operations. She’s also a member of several non-profit organizations advocating for women. Challenges in the w…
 
Am I a Bad Mom Because I'm Career Centered? Balancing a career and being a mother is challenging. In this episode, we talk to Jenny Davis, who worked with large companies before starting her own firm. She is also the mother of five kids. In our discussion with Jenny, we will talk about the obstacles that can come from trying to have a career while …
 
Don’t Interrupt Me! – Handling Male Interruption in the Workplace As a woman, it can be difficult to convey your thoughts and ideas in a workplace that is dominated by men. How should you handle yourself when faced with so many barriers? In this episode, we’re going to talk about ways to control the controllable and overcome any obstacles that may …
 
Introduction to Int-HER-rupt Podcast Linda Yates is the image energizer and host of the new podcast, Int-HER-rupt. Linda’s career spans over 30 years and with so much experience, she comes as a leader, consultant, and coach. In this season, Int-HER-rupt will consist of 12 episodes that will showcase women who are empowered leaders sharing their exp…
 
Corporate Leadership Center Co-Chairmen and Leading Women Executives Co-Founders Cheryl Francis and Sheila Penrose reflect on their experiences as senior business leaders at a time when few women had a ‘seat at the table’. In this episode, they acknowledge important mentors who influenced them throughout their careers and share their experiences as…
 
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