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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
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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 ...
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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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Welcome to the latest episode of the Influence and Impact Podcast for female leaders! In this episode Managing Managers with Confidence, we dive into the unique challenges and strategies involved in leading leaders, whether you're new to a leadership role or have been leading managers for a while. In this episode I cover… How to recognise that ther…
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Welcome back to another episode of the Influence and Impact Podcast. Today we're diving into a topic that many of us struggle with: saying yes to things we don't really want to do. As female leaders, we often find ourselves taking on tasks that aren't our responsibility, and it's time to put a stop to it. I’ll be sharing strategies and practical ti…
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Is the joy being sucked from your working day by energy drains? Tune into this episode to learn how to deal with energy vampires. I share how a strong mindset and powerful boundaries can overcome difficult interactions and situations at work. As female leaders, we often find ourselves feeling exhausted and drained after certain meetings and convers…
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If you are feeling stuck in your career you’ll be pleased to hear that there is now a framework you can use to identify the steps you can take to move towards career fulfilment. This framework was created by my guest on this podcast, Dr Hannah Roberts, author of Intentional Careers for STEM Women. In our conversation we cover… - What it means to ha…
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Collaboration is an essential part of working life – we have to work alongside others to succeed in our role. So I was fascinated to come across Deb Mashek’s book, “Collabor(h)ate: How to build incredible collaborative relationships at work (even if you’d rather work alone” We’ve all experienced tension at work and felt the joy of being in a good t…
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When you see Stephanie Koenig on the screen, you might do a double take. You might have seen her before on the TV series The Flight Attendant or The Offer. But with her role in the upcoming Apple+ series Lessons in Chemistry (debuting October 13), you'll soon not just recognize the face but the name as well. Indeed, Stephanie is a star on the rise …
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Is Autumn already feeling a bit overwhelming as everything kicks into action after the summer? If so then this is the episode you need right now. My guest Julia Wolfendale and I discuss the strategies she shares in her book ‘Five Ways to Focus’. We talk about: - How you can find focus when you need it most - How to handle distractions - Julia’s top…
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There are these unspoken rules about the world of work that most of us buy into without questioning. One of those rules is that we don’t say no to our line manager or disagree with senior stakeholders. As a result, people end up frustrated, overworked, and demotivated because they’ve never learnt how to challenge the thinking of senior stakeholders…
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This week’s episode of the Influence & Impact podcast for female leaders is all about gravitas. What is it? What do we need it for? And how do we have gravitas when we need it most? Gravitas used to be a requirement for leadership, back in the days when leadership was about telling others what to do. It is defined as dignity, seriousness or being s…
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This is part two of my series on perfectionism and overworking and in this episode, I share with you 6 practical strategies you can start using today to help you become successful without breaking yourself in the process. If you want to adopt a more sustainable and enjoyable way of working yet still get great results this episode is for you. I shar…
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34-year-old Anna Todd, author of the best selling fan fiction series After, shares the story of how she went from being a military wife, working a minimum wage job with a special needs son, and living in Ft. Worth, Texas to a best selling author and movie producer in Hollywood.By Linda Grasso, Anna Todd
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For years I thought that I was doing well in my career because I worked so hard and held myself to such high standards. Then I realised that those strategies were actually causing as much harm as they were good. I coach a lot of high achieving women, at all levels and perfectionism in its various guises, crops up all the time. Often it looks like o…
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We all want to be inclusive but we don’t always know exactly how to embed that into our teams and our everyday activities. My guest Catherine Garrod tackles exactly that in her book ‘Conscious Inclusion: How to ‘do’ EDI one decision at time’ and in this episode we discuss some really practical ways to be more inclusive. You’ll learn: - How you can …
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I remember a period of time when I felt a lot of frustration at work. Frustrated with decisions being made, with an obstructive colleague I had to work with and with my inability to influence change. It turns out I was not alone. A recent report from Gallup shared that 19% of Brits feel angry frequently at work and 38% report feeling stressed a lot…
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If you’re thinking about moving into a Director role or are new in your Director role this straight taking conversation will give you some insights to prepare you. I talk to listener Gabi Field about her experience stepping up to Director level in an interim capacity and what she learnt from it. We discuss… - How you know you’re ready to step up to…
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A heartfelt and personal discussion as Linda talks with her sister-in-law Ginge Cabrera about how she turned her pain over her mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s Disease into a passion for advocacy. Ginge’s grandmother was struck with the disease at age 75; and then—in a cruel twist of fate—her mom years later, at the exact same age. Ginge recounts h…
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How do you react under extreme stress? Do you find yourself over-functioning or under-functioning? This is just one of the areas I explore with author and coach Lara Cullen on our episode on resilience this week. We also discuss… - Lara’s definition of resilience and why we both hate the term ‘mental toughness’ - The qualities of resilient people -…
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I spend a lot of time coaching women around confidence, giving them tools to build their confidence and shining a light on the role gender bias plays in making us doubt ourselves. But confidence issues often start a long time before women enter the workplace and the pressure that girls face today thanks to social media is huge. In this episode I in…
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Up to 50% of people have introverted tendencies yet meetings are still designed in a way that doesn’t allow them to contribute effectively. In this episode I’m talking to Emma Taggart, a leadership and career coach for introverted leaders about what introverts bring to the workplace and leadership, how to have confidence as an introvert and how we …
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This is the episode I wish I’d heard when I was in my first few years of managing people and teams. It would have made my life so much easier. In this episode I cover: - How to claim the authority that comes with your role - My favourite tool for going into challenging conversations with confidence - Why it is important to set expectations and hold…
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Do you find yourself feeling tongue-tied and inarticulate when under pressure? Do you feel stress every time your email or phones flashes up with a certain person calling? Are you able to calmly respond in those situations or are you reacting? In this episode I’m going to share what’s going on when you’re reacting and how to respond calmly and powe…
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There’s a little question being tossed around among my girlfriends right now: are you going to stick to injectables? Or—at some point—do you think you’ll consider a a facelift? The consensus seems to be: why go under the knife, when you can achieve the same results with injectables? But can you really? And from a cost standpoint, does a facelift—pa…
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When I read the Careers After Babies report I knew we had to talk about it on the podcast. The stories and statistics within it show the stark reality of how many women’s careers are impacted by motherhood. It’s a must read for anyone in the workplace who has children, wants to have children or wants to be a leader or employer that supports working…
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Ep 130 Show Notes: Understanding the Authority Gap with Mary Ann Sieghart I’ve republished this episode as it is the perfect episode for International Women’s Day 2023. It has received more feedback than any other episode and for good reason. Mary Ann is the author of the best-selling book The Authority Gap: Why We Still Take Women Less Seriously T…
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I’ve republished the most shared episode of last year for International Women’s Day 2023 and I’d encourage you to share it with your colleagues, whatever their gender. Men can be really powerful allies for gender equality in the workplace. This episode shares some practical ways men can support the women they work with. Listen for: Why gender equal…
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A deep dive into that strange phenomenon known as fight-or-flight—when you have all the physical signs of stress and anxiety but are in no immediate danger. Research has shown that repeatedly having the fight-or-flight response is bad for your health. In this episode, Dr. Kim D’Eramo, founder of The American Institute of Mind Body Medicine, breaks …
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Gender bias in workplace feedback is a pervasive and often overlooked issue, with many women in the workplace receiving feedback that can hinder their professional development and advancement. Recent studies have found that negative personality-based reviews are up to 76% more likely to occur in women's reviews, compared to only 2% in men's reviews…
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Ever sat in a meeting with a contribution to make but talked yourself out of it only to hear someone else make it later? In this episode I explore what we can find it hard to speak up in meetings and share some practical steps you can take to contribute more confidently in meetings. We’ll be exploring the role your Inner Critic and unhelpful belief…
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We want to be more confident as women in the workplace yet it can be challenging, especially when we face gender bias on a daily basis. Increasing your confidence is easier than you think and in this episode I share 7 things confident women do – and some of them might surprise you! KEY TAKEAWAYS: Confidence and competence are often confused in the …
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The new year is a great opportunity to change how you approach your work life to make it work better for you. One way you can do this is by getting clear on some meaningful and realistic boundaries. There is an art to both setting and holding boundaries, particularly when it feels uncomfortable to say no or disappoint someone else. This episode is …
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Award-winning writer and science journalist Donna Jackson Nakazawa shares what she has discovered in her new book: Girls On The Brink: Helping Our Daughters Thrive in an Era of Increased Anxiety, Depression and Social Media. Armed with an extensive amount of research, Donna examines the alarming increase in numbers (1 out of 4 adolescent girls repo…
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Welcome to 2023 and a fresh new year! This mini episode is a really valuable and practical exercise that I’ll be coaching you through. We’ll be reflecting on the year just been, celebrating your achievements and who you’ve become, and setting your intentions for the year ahead. Make yourself a cuppa, get your notebook and cosy up with some undistur…
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