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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 ...
 
Join our #podcast for insight about the modern workplace, email etiquette, public speaking tips, work-life balance and of course #millennials. Remember, everything you say and do says something about your potential. Everything speaks. Interested in being on the show? Please email: DFContentTeam[at]double-forte[dot]com
 
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When you talk about creativity, you instantly think of drawings, paintings, or any form of art materials. But creativity can be found anywhere. It is within you. It can be how you manage your workload, talk with your team or achieve your goal. That is why in this episode, we have Amy Climer who focuses on teaching teams and leaders to be creative a…
 
Lee McEnany Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a national public relations and communication agency, based in San Francisco, that works with beloved consumer, technology, and wine brands. Lee is a highly sought-after communications expert known for her business building acumen and insights. She’s a straight talker with a big laugh that…
 
This woman grew up on a farm. Even though there wasn’t much money, she was around an affluent crowd and saw clearly how those with money lived. As she grew into a young woman, she became well-grounded and confident. And as she moved through high school and college, she found herself constantly showing up in leadership roles. After college, she rema…
 
For most people, their workplace is their second home. While some days are filled with productivity and motivation, some bring burnout and stress from an overwhelming amount of work. So it’s no surprise that our mental health deteriorates, which significantly affects us and our work. Today, Elizabeth Bachman sits down with R. Darin Hollingsworth in…
 
Money is one of the most challenging negotiations in business. Especially when it comes to negotiating your salary. Many women find that self-doubt stops them for asking for equal pay. They don’t know how to calculate what they are worth. Helping overcome this dilemma, Elizabeth Bachman invites to the show Julia Vax, a business lawyer at Arnold & P…
 
Tom Tonkin is the CEO and Founder of The Conservatory Group, an organization that provides high-touch services to business executives that want to improve themselves, their team, and their environment. Tom has over 25 years of experience working as an executive in Corporate America. His industry background includes Healthcare, Insurance, and Teleco…
 
Billie delivers a coaching experience that transforms how an actor acts and business people communicate. Clients have said, “It seems she has a mysterious or supernatural power that influences the creativity, confidence, and best abilities of a speaker or performer. What Billie does is magical.” Billie has been a professional actor for over forty y…
 
There’s a lot of talk about the benefits of transitioning into a remote workplace. But there are also challenges that come with it. In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman chats with Shiran Weitzman about handling misconduct in a remote set-up where communication and interaction are confined to the digital. Shiran is the CEO and co-founder at Shield, a …
 
Don’t be fooled by the name, the hair color, or crazy shoes. Michael Sherlock is serious about business. She is dedicated to creating positive, productive, and profitable workplaces, and helping individuals, and businesses unlock their ultimate potential. Before launching her global training company, Shock Your Potential, Michael was Vice President…
 
Digital advancements and the COVID-19 pandemic greatly transformed the world. For everyone to cope with the rapid changes, especially women in leadership, proper communication is needed. Exploring this topic even deeper with Elizabeth Bachman is Jennifer McClure, CEO and Chair of JEM. Jennifer talks about the need for in-depth internal and external…
 
Robert L. Dilenschneider formed The Dilenschneider Group in October 1991. Prior to forming his own firm, Mr. Dilenschneider served as president and chief executive officer of Hill and Knowlton, Inc. from 1986 to 1991. He has counseled major corporations, professional groups, trade associations and educational institutions, and has assisted clients …
 
Today’s woman was born to a black father and a white mother. Both her parents were well educated and they in turn had high expectations for her. She went to college and earned a degree in applied mathematics. But as her career took shape, she felt she didn’t quite fit in anywhere. So after a year, she left the career her college degree had prepared…
 
People’s pain point for leaving isn't usually about money. How do you stop attrition during the Great Resignation? Elizabeth Bachman sits with Lizabeth Wesely-Casella, the founder and CEO of L-12 Services, who is passionate about figuring out how to keep your best people. Lizabeth explains that you need to communicate with them and listen to their …
 
Dina Denham Smith knows what it takes to make it in changing environments – we can all use her wisdom right now! Dina is the founder and owner of Cognitas, an executive and team coaching firm. Her clients include premier brands such as Adobe, Netflix, PwC, Gap, Dropbox, Stripe, and numerous high-growth start-ups. She specializes in helping her clie…
 
There are now more opportunities to speak in front of people from various cultures in this multilingual, multicultural world. But, this often requires you to present and speak in a second language to reach more people. How do you communicate your message so that it still gets your listeners' attention? In this episode, Elizabeth Bachman offers tips…
 
Joel Schwartberg is a presentation skills ninja who shares his incredible experience and expertise generously for a wide range of organizations and companies. Currently Senior Director of Strategic and Executive Communications for a major U.S. nonprofit, Joel Schwartzberg teaches effective presentation techniques to clients including American Expre…
 
Becoming a recognized expert in the media can be a long, tedious process. Elizabeth Bachman welcomes Lee Caraher, the founder and CEO of Double Forte. Lee explains that there are ways to make the process easier. The first thing you need to do is to write the expert sheet. Identify that you are an expert in. Where can you provide interesting, releva…
 
Tiffany Castagno is CEO & Founder of CEPHR, LLC, an HR Consultancy Firm in Pittsburgh, PA. Their mission includes supporting Start-ups and Non-profits through focused partnering. They assist in building out their client’s programs, processes, policies, procedures, and infrastructures to develop a strong employer brand and culture. Tiffany is extrem…
 
When you want to stand out as a speaker, one of the key ways is by presenting with humor. Joining Elizabeth Bachman today is Jenny Locklin, owner of Creative Message Media, and she teaches how you can add humor and fun to your speaking engagements. She offers advice on not taking yourself too seriously, taking that first step into humor, and findin…
 
Elizabeth Bachman is THE go-to person for advanced level training in Speaking, Presentation Skills, Sales, and Leadership. With a lifetime spent perfecting the art of presenting, she helps high-level clients master a message that brings the funding they need, the allies they want, and the recognition they deserve. A nationally and internationally s…
 
This woman grew up being exposed to many different cultures. She was curious about others and wanted to know more. In college she studied journalism but quickly realized this field of study paid little. So she ventured abroad to Paris to learn more about communications and media. As her career unfolded, she appeared to have it all – money, career, …
 
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have A Dream speech is one of the greatest speeches of the 20th century. Here to help decode this famous work is Dr. Nick Morgan, one of America's top communication speakers, theorists, and coaches. Nick joins host Elizabeth Bachman to enlighten us with insightful and comprehensive analysis to explain just what makes…
 
As the Chief Content Officer for Double Forte, Liz combines her PR, marketing and writing skills to counsel clients on their content and social media strategies and to maintain the editorial calendar and voice for the agency. Over the years she has worked as the Vice President of Marketing for an international flooring company and led media and com…
 
Leslie Van Every is a marcom maven/writer/crafter extraordinaire/mama/lover of all things vintage except vintage beliefs. With more than 20+ years of marketing communications and writing experience, Leslie is invested in helping teach others the power of the written word. Currently, she’s the head of content and communications for Future Family, a …
 
Today’s woman grew up in a liberal family and was the oldest of three children. As a child she took acting lessons and all thought she would be a professional actress. However, in college she realized she would be a better director than actress. So, she moved to New York City and broke into the opera scene. Eventually she worked her way up to the s…
 
Summiting Mt. Everest is a transformational experience. The ability to reach something extraordinarily high is a triumph. And that success can be transferred into your business goals. Your goals may be difficult, but they are not impossible. If people can climb Mt. Everest, you can accomplish your objectives. Join Elizabeth Bachman as she talks to …
 
Debra Roberts, LCSW is an author, conversation expert, trauma consultant, and developer of The Relationship Protocol communication model. Debra’s practical approach can be used for interactions from the boardroom to conversations across your kitchen table. What you will learn in this episode: Who Debra Roberts is, and how she uses her background in…
 
Language has been a barrier to communication, especially among people of different nationalities, races, or ethnicity. In this episode, Dominique Ben Dhaou shares her professional journey and experience managing human challenges in multiple industries to reinvent people’s careers to truly fit their knowledge, values, skills, and purpose. She uses p…
 
Greg Chiemingo is an experienced communications expert who brings his special blend humor, precision, and prescience to every situation. A 25+ year veteran working with pioneering technologies and platforms, he’s been at the edge of innovation for almost his entire career. He led communications for Sega’s first online gaming networks, launched Xbox…
 
Today’s woman grew up being taught to make her own way. She thought she might be a lawyer but had no passion for it. While in college, windsurfing caught her attention and she went on to become a professional windsurfer and to be the first woman in the world to kitesurf. This path eventually led to Hollywood stunt work. She liked the movie scene an…
 
How Women Lead's goal is to get women in the highest places of power so that they can influence the country. If you look at the top 50 venture firms in the United States, most of them have zero to five women CEOs in all of their investments. That is a huge problem, and our guest today, Julie Castro Abrams is trying to solve that. Join Elizabeth Bac…
 
Laurie Gilbertson is a former New York City sex crimes, organized crime, and homicide prosecutor, television legal analyst, educator, and entrepreneur. As the owner of Tribeca Blue Consulting, she helps professionals communicate with clarity, confidence, and creativity in their public speaking, presentations, trial work, and media appearances. What…
 
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…
 
Lee McEnany Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a national public relations and communication agency, based in San Francisco, that works with beloved consumer, technology, and wine brands. Lee is a highly sought-after communications expert known for her business-building acumen and insights. She’s a straight talker with a big laugh that…
 
You can’t reach your personal and professional goals all on your own. It’s important to realize that you need support from people around you that will help you grow and be the best version of yourself. Join your host Elizabeth Bachman as she talks with Lesley Michaels on career success through strategic alliances. Lesley has spent decades devoting …
 
Today’s woman spent much of her childhood in Nigeria being raised by religious parents. Growing up she traveled extensively and eventually immigrated to the UK. She was a quiet child yet always felt there was a fighting spirit within her. As a young woman she attended college and achieved a degree in mechanical engineering. But after graduation, he…
 
Sometimes you have to be the change you wish to see in the world. That’s what inspired today’s guest to step up and into a life in politics. Ukeme Aswakessien Jeter is passionate about driving innovation, equity and access. He a Partner, Intellectual Property Law Group at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP and now a Council Member for the City of Uppe…
 
Rob Castaneda found his passion for technology and training as a 17-year old, working on the Sydney helpdesk of a Silicon Valley software company. Within three years he had worked in various departments of the company, ranging from pre-sales, training, and support to research & development. In 2000, Rob moved to Silicon Valley to work for a startup…
 
Leading as your authentic self is easier said than done. This is especially true as a woman of color in an industry dominated by white men. Joining Elizabeth Bachman in this episode is Jennifer Landgren. She is the North American Director of Digital Platforms & Solutions Hub at Dentsply Sirona, the world's largest dental technologies and consumable…
 
Victoria is the Founder & CEO of Dewpoint Communications, Inc., a firm focused on helping people-powered businesses communicate better with their employees every day. Victoria works with clients ranging from high-growth startups to Fortune 50 companies. Her global business experience includes more than 15 years of internal communications and engage…
 
Today’s woman grew up in a middle class family in the US Midwest. Her father never had much to say but her mother constantly told her to “go out and sleigh the dragon.” This saying guided this woman’s life and with each hit that life offered, she bounced back and continued to elevate herself. She worked as a television news anchor and reporter for …
 
It’s great to form a strategic plan. But how do you make it happen? Elizabeth Bachman welcomes Gerald Johnson, CMC®, a Certified Management Consultant and the Principal of Sabacon Consulting. Gerald talks with Elizabeth that you need to break down your strategy into smart goals. They should be timely, measurable, and attainable. The most challengin…
 
Lee McEnany Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a national public relations and communication agency, based in San Francisco, that works with beloved consumer, technology, and wine brands. Lee is a highly sought-after communications expert known for her business-building acumen and insights. She’s a straight talker with a big laugh that…
 
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…
 
How do you develop your presentation skills to be promoted or hired? There are three parts to this: strategy, script, and style. Host Elizabeth Bachman sits down with us to share valuable tips, stories, and examples to ace that interview! Rule number one is “strategic empathy.” You have to make your presentation about your audience. Put yourself in…
 
When teams need to change, Sarah Noll Wilson gives them the tools to steer their own ship. Sarah Noll Wilson is on a mission to help leaders build and rebuild teams. Her goal is to empower leaders to understand and honor the beautiful complexity of the humans they serve. Through her work as an executive coach, an in-demand keynote speaker, research…
 
Some of the World’s Greatest Women are stepping into positions of influence and leadership, making the changes the world so desperately needs. But what about girls and young women? Can they be a part of the leadership shift? I would argue they must be if a long-lasting permanent change toward inclusion, diversity and equity is to be had. And it is …
 
Lee McEnany Caraher is the founder and CEO of Double Forte, a national public relations and communication agency, based in San Francisco, that works with beloved consumer, technology, and wine brands. Lee is a highly sought-after communications expert known for her business-building acumen and insights. She’s a straight talker with a big laugh that…
 
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, …
 
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