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In this episode, join Hillary Wicht, an acclaimed expert in executive leadership coaching, as she explores the art of communication. Discover the hidden “power leaks” that undermine influence, and learn practical strategies to overcome them. With Hillary’s guidance, listeners will learn how to build trust, ensure their voices are heard, and gain re…
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In today’s competitive job landscape, acing an interview is more challenging than ever. Anna Papalia, seasoned HR expert and author of the transformative guide Interviewology, brings a game-changing approach to mastering interviews. In this enlightening conversation, uncover the pivotal role of self-awareness, and why standard advice often misses t…
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This episode features an extraordinary conversation between chef and humanitarian José Andrés and Target strategic advisor Laysha Ward. Andrés’s work with World Central Kitchen recently earned him a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize. In this conversation, which was recorded at the 2023 Pennsylvania Conference for Women, we’ll hear about his work…
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This episode originally aired in June of 2023. We’re closing out the year by highlighting the best episodes of 2023. We hope you’re enjoying some much-needed down time! The Women Amplified listener featured in this episode of “That’s a Good Question” is leading a remote business unit with ambitious goals, a steep climb ahead, and limited resources.…
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This episode originally aired in January of 2023. We’re closing out the year by highlighting the best episodes of 2023. We hope you’re enjoying some much-needed down time! This episode features an extraordinary conversation between award-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Americanah, Notes on Grief) and Target strategic advisor Laysha Ward. S…
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This episode highlights the resilience and courage of an extraordinary woman: Shoshana Johnson, the first Black female prisoner of war in U.S. military history and a Purple Heart recipient. Johnson has proven her strength in the face of adversity, and now she shares her experiences as an author and speaker. In a heartfelt discussion with award-winn…
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PROBLEM: How do I manage being a young woman in a director level role? I find that it can be challenging in getting folks to take me seriously. I run a department of three offices with multiple full-time staff and oversee a critical area of compliance. While I don’t want to completely change how I engage with others, or how I present myself, I’d li…
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In today’s fast-paced world, time often feels like our scarcest resource. UCLA Professor Cassie Holmes, author of the groundbreaking book Happier Hour, offers a revolutionary approach to reclaiming time by sharing research-backed strategies to turn every hour into a “happier hour.” In this episode, discover how to allocate your time to bring true f…
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Over the last several years, professionals have reprioritized what’s important and taken a different approach to their careers. But the process to figure out what’s right and how to make a strategic move can be daunting. In this episode of That’s a Good Question, we help our listener navigate the transition from entrepreneur into a corporate career…
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In today’s frenetic workplace, where technology and packed schedules often eclipse human connection, we risk overlooking the vital role of interpersonal skills in creating thriving workplaces. In this episode of Women Amplified, Nicole Cohen, best-selling author of Improv at Work: What the Business World Can Learn from Improvisational Comedy, helps…
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