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FreemanMeansBusiness.com We help women in business communicate effectively with the world -- and men communicate effectively with women in business!"Freeman Means Business” podcasts serve to raise awareness about the great things incredible people in business are doing to serve others. We write about the podcasts on the blog on the website and then with social media. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

Latest Episodes

Wonder Woman in Business, Belinda Luu

Belinda Luu is the leader of enterprise-wide data management and governance.​ Lead for the Legal Department with respect to the development of data management and governance practices regarding the external and internal sharing of data. Belinda is a senior technology attorney with 19 years' experience in negotiating upwards of one-billion-dollar technology transactions for Kaiser Permanente - one of the largest health care non-profit organizations. Belinda is experienced in Healthcare Information Technology, complex technology transactions, Big Data management, governance, and strategy, cloud services, AI, strategic innovation collaborations, licensing, professional services, outsourcing transactions, and IP.​ Prior to Kaiser Permanente, she counseled clients ranging from Fortune 100, and early-stage companies in IT, healthcare, software, web-based, e-commerce, automotive, manufacturing, insurance, energy, and banking and financial industries. Belinda is passionate about equity, inclusion and diversity (EID) matters. She is the Chair of Enrichment and Development Committee of the Legal Department's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Belinda leads the Enrichment and Development Committee, made up of 10 attorneys and staff, to organize the delivery of unconscious bias training for the Legal Department. Every year, Belinda is the Co-Master of Ceremonies and host of the annual Kaiser Permanente and California Minority Counsel Program MCLE Marathon. She is a speaker on and moderator of panels discussing EID issues within Kaiser Permanente and at EID conferences. Her passion for this work stems from wanting to make the world a better place for her 5-year-old daughter and under-represented communities. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

28 MIN1 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Belinda Luu

Wonder Woman in Business, Alexis Gladstone

Alexis Gladstone is the founder of Intelead, a Chicago-based consulting practice dedicated to aligning people strategies and business results. Intelead designs strategies and programs to help clients develop current and next generation leaders, increase the effectiveness of individuals in sales, and drive organizational change that delivers results. Alexis has a passion for empowering women and helping them succeed and is a sought out voice, trainer, and coach on the topics of women and leadership and helping clients attract and develop female talent. She has worked domestically and internationally across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, financial and legal services, and not-for-profit. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

25 MIN3 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Alexis Gladstone

Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast: EPISODE 11 / May 29, 2020 - Embracing The Shadow Self - Managing Your dark side so it doesn’t manage you.

Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast with Lindsay Griffiths, Marcie Shunk, Susan Freeman & Katie Barnard Some challenges we face at this time include: Loss of structure, support systems, routine (coping mechanisms) Social isolation Judgmental attitudes, self-righteous sentiments and criticism The politicizing of the virus Separating fact from fiction We will focus on coping mechanisms and feelings, such as: Anger Fear Impatience Emotional eating Obsession/compulsion Distraction Disruption Loneliness Helplessness Kids with anxiety Feelings of failure Financial insecurity --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

25 MIN4 d ago
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Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast: EPISODE 11 / May 29, 2020 - Embracing The Shadow Self - Managing Your dark side so it doesn’t manage you.

Wonder Woman in Business, Camila Mize

Camila Mize is passionate about emotions. She believes that emotional intelligence skills hold the key to unlocking our potential to be our best selves and increase the quality of our lives at work, at home and everywhere in between. She currently serves as the Director of Customer Success at Oji Life Lab in San Francisco. Founded in 2018, Oji Life Lab is focused on helping adults gain essential soft skills like Emotional Intelligence and Decision-making and more. Her team consists of top scientists from Apple, Microsoft, Robert Half and Yale University. Camila caught the bug for emotional intelligence while an undergraduate when she worked as an assistant on Dr. Marc Brackett's early RULER research. After graduating from Fordham University with degrees in Economics and Psychology, Camila changed paths and enjoyed a decades-long career in working in finance. She was hired by world-renowned Economist, Bernard Connolly to launch a macroeconomic research firm in New York City. There, she worked with the world's top hedge fund managers, central bankers, and sovereign wealth fund managers. In New York, she nurtured her creative spirit by working as a performance artist which led to her being featured on Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's Cheek to Cheek album artwork. In 2015, she returned to California and worked in private wealth management before transitioning back to her original passion: emotional intelligence. In addition to her work, she serves on the Alumni Board of St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco and is a dedicated beekeeper. She loves her rescue pups, hiking in the California redwoods and learning everything she can about the natural world. Her current obsession? Mycology. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

36 MIN5 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Camila Mize

Wonder Woman in Business, Daphne Forbes

Daphne Turpin Forbes is a trusted legal and business advisor at Microsoft with 20+ years of practice in the U.S. Public Sector and Commercial Regulated Industries. Her corporate experience spans in-house at companies like Microsoft, Discovery Communications, ACS State & Local Solutions (formerly Lockheed Martin), Hyatt Hotels, and General Motors. At Microsoft, Daphne is the lead counsel responsible for supporting a $7B segment of Microsoft’s U.S. Public Sector enterprise operating unit. She manages a legal team that supports public sector and commercial sales, state government affairs, PR/marketing, professional consulting services, devices, and product leadership teams in the Federal Civilian, State & Local Government and Education verticals on various legal matters including; complex technology and professional services negotiations, legal and regulatory issues related to digital transformation strategies, data privacy and security matters, critical infrastructure considerations, product/solution development, government and enterprise cloud, Artificial Intelligence (“AI”), public sector contracts/procurement law and ethics, public policy; matters raised by U.S. Attorneys General; financial services and healthcare regulations. Daphne is a leader who is passionate about diversity, inclusion, and equality. She has participated and collaborated with various organizations as a champion for diverse lawyers and legal professionals, and women - with a focus on women of color. In addition, Daphne is the U.S. Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) lead for Microsoft’s Global Commercial Field Group and, has served as a corporate leader for the company’s African American Employee Network. A former Human Resources professional, who claims civility and problem-solving as her superpowers, Daphne is effective at and enjoys leading people, projects, and process. In addition, she is active in her community, and enjoys long-standing memberships in several community service organizations. She has served on various non-profit boards and advisory councils nationally and in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. She currently serves as Chair and Commissioner of the Liquor Board in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Daphne is also an adjunct law professor at the Howard University School of Law where she co-teaches a class on Technology and the Law. Daphne is a member of the Maryland State Bar and National Bar Associations. Daphne is the recipient of various corporate awards for her D&I and client work. Most notably, she is the corporate recipient of the Microsoft MVP Circle of Excellence (Gold Club) Award, and the National Bar Association’s Clyde E. Bailey Corporate Leadership Award. She is a graduate of Michigan State University, and the American University Washington College of Law. Daphne lives in Prince George’s County, Maryland with her husband and two “almost grown” children. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

41 MIN6 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Daphne Forbes

Wonder Woman in Business, Simone Morris

Simone Morris is CEO of Simone Morris Enterprises LLC, a certified minority and women-owned business enterprise. She is an award- winning diversity and inclusion leader and a consultant and speaker committed to training women and emerging leaders to take true leadership positions in all aspects of their lives. Ms. Morris has a background that includes over two decades in corporate America, spanning information technology, commercial strategy, and human resources. She holds an MBA from the University of Connecticut. Her technology background has served her well, embedding strong project management acumen that allows her to educate and create transformational results for her clients. She teaches diversity and inclusion, conscious inclusion, and project management. Ms. Morris shares her message across various platforms (for example, Forbes, Medium, Thrive Global, Glassdoor, Leadercast, SmartRecruiters, Social Hire, Diversity Best Practices, Profiles in Diversity Journal, and BambooHR). She is also the author of 52 Tips for Owning Your Career: Practical Advice for Career Success,The Power of Owning Your Career: Winning Strategies, Tools and Tips for Creating Your Desired Career, and Achievement Unlocked: Strategies to Set Goals and Manifest Them. She resides in Connecticut with her family. In Simone's words... I love what I do. I teach women how to take ownership of their careers. This is me feeling especially great after having a successful workshop on the Power of Owning Your Career. I’m a Career Strategist and now it’s even more vital to take ownership of your career. Listeners can work with me on a one off tackling a specific career issue, in a one on one coaching capacity, or in a group coaching scenario. To begin the conversation, go to www.careerbreakthroughcall.comand schedule your time. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

20 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Simone Morris

Wonder Women in Business Ally, Cameron Woods

Cameron Woods was born and raised in a small community called Macedonia in southwest Arkansas. He is the son of a counselor and an attorney, who encouraged him to find and create his own path from an early age. This served him as he attended the University of Arkansas, where he majored in Political Science and Journalism. His experiences in college led him to Southern Illinois University, where he was the first student complete the JD/M.S.Ed. in Higher Education program. Cameron currently works as an Associate Counsel at Allstate Insurance Company in Northbrook, IL. Throughout all his work, Cameron remembers the importance of representation and creating inclusive environments around him. He hopes that the work that he does will inspire generations of young Black boys from Arkansas to always reach their goals. Book recommendations: All About Love x bell hooks Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: And Other Conversations About Race x Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum The People Factor: How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose x Van Moody Equal Means Equal: Why the Time for an Equal Rights Amendment is Now x Jessica Neuwirth Hood Feminism x Mikki Kendall --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

47 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Women in Business Ally, Cameron Woods

Wonder Woman in Business, Julie Kratz

Julie Kratz is a highly-acclaimed speaker and trainer who led teams and produced results in corporate America. After experiencing her own career “pivot point,” she developed a process for women leaders to build winning plans. Promoting gender equality in the workplace, Julie is a Tedx speaker, a frequent keynote speaker, and executive coach. She holds an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, is a Certified Master Coach, and is a certified unconscious bias trainer. Her books include Pivot Point: How to Build a Winning Career Game Plan, ONE: How Male Allies Support Women for Gender Equality, and Lead Like an Ally: A Journey Through Corporate America with Strategies to Facilitate Inclusion. Meet Julie at NextPivotPoint.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

35 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Julie Kratz

EPISODE 10 / May 22, 2020 - Seeking Diversion - Putting something in your brain that's NOT about Coronavirus.

Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast with Lindsay Griffiths, Marcie Shunk, Susan Freeman & Katie Barnard Some challenges we face at this time include: Loss of structure, support systems, routine (coping mechanisms) Social isolation Judgmental attitudes, self-righteous sentiments and criticism The politicizing of the virus Separating fact from fiction We will focus on coping mechanisms and feelings, such as: Anger Fear Impatience Emotional eating Obsession/compulsion Distraction Disruption Loneliness Helplessness Kids with anxiety Feelings of failure Financial insecurity --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

31 MIN1 w ago
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EPISODE 10 / May 22, 2020 - Seeking Diversion - Putting something in your brain that's NOT about Coronavirus.

Wonder Woman in Business, Megan Lutes

Megan Lutes is the Director of Legal for Convoy, Inc., a technology company that is changing the logistics and transportation industry with the use of modern technology. Convoy was recently named Geekwire’s 2018 Tech Titan of the Year and 2019's Deal of the Year. Convoy recently became Seattle's second Unicorn company, being valued at over a billion dollars, and is one of the fastest-growing tech companies in the country with offices in Seattle and Atlanta growing in a matter of a few years to 900+ employees. Convoy has been in the news recently with its significant fundraising successes, with impressive investors such as CapitalG (Google's late-stage venture arm), Jeff Bezos, and venture capital firm Greylock Partners. Megan joins the panel with over a decade of legal experience both at law firms and in-house at large companies in the Puget Sound region. At Convoy she leads its commercial transactions team, handles its employment law matters, handles its immigration work, and advises leadership on all types of legal matters. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

25 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Megan Lutes

Latest Episodes

Wonder Woman in Business, Belinda Luu

Belinda Luu is the leader of enterprise-wide data management and governance.​ Lead for the Legal Department with respect to the development of data management and governance practices regarding the external and internal sharing of data. Belinda is a senior technology attorney with 19 years' experience in negotiating upwards of one-billion-dollar technology transactions for Kaiser Permanente - one of the largest health care non-profit organizations. Belinda is experienced in Healthcare Information Technology, complex technology transactions, Big Data management, governance, and strategy, cloud services, AI, strategic innovation collaborations, licensing, professional services, outsourcing transactions, and IP.​ Prior to Kaiser Permanente, she counseled clients ranging from Fortune 100, and early-stage companies in IT, healthcare, software, web-based, e-commerce, automotive, manufacturing, insurance, energy, and banking and financial industries. Belinda is passionate about equity, inclusion and diversity (EID) matters. She is the Chair of Enrichment and Development Committee of the Legal Department's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Belinda leads the Enrichment and Development Committee, made up of 10 attorneys and staff, to organize the delivery of unconscious bias training for the Legal Department. Every year, Belinda is the Co-Master of Ceremonies and host of the annual Kaiser Permanente and California Minority Counsel Program MCLE Marathon. She is a speaker on and moderator of panels discussing EID issues within Kaiser Permanente and at EID conferences. Her passion for this work stems from wanting to make the world a better place for her 5-year-old daughter and under-represented communities. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

28 MIN1 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Belinda Luu

Wonder Woman in Business, Alexis Gladstone

Alexis Gladstone is the founder of Intelead, a Chicago-based consulting practice dedicated to aligning people strategies and business results. Intelead designs strategies and programs to help clients develop current and next generation leaders, increase the effectiveness of individuals in sales, and drive organizational change that delivers results. Alexis has a passion for empowering women and helping them succeed and is a sought out voice, trainer, and coach on the topics of women and leadership and helping clients attract and develop female talent. She has worked domestically and internationally across a variety of industries, including manufacturing, financial and legal services, and not-for-profit. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

25 MIN3 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Alexis Gladstone

Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast: EPISODE 11 / May 29, 2020 - Embracing The Shadow Self - Managing Your dark side so it doesn’t manage you.

Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast with Lindsay Griffiths, Marcie Shunk, Susan Freeman & Katie Barnard Some challenges we face at this time include: Loss of structure, support systems, routine (coping mechanisms) Social isolation Judgmental attitudes, self-righteous sentiments and criticism The politicizing of the virus Separating fact from fiction We will focus on coping mechanisms and feelings, such as: Anger Fear Impatience Emotional eating Obsession/compulsion Distraction Disruption Loneliness Helplessness Kids with anxiety Feelings of failure Financial insecurity --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

25 MIN4 d ago
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Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast: EPISODE 11 / May 29, 2020 - Embracing The Shadow Self - Managing Your dark side so it doesn’t manage you.

Wonder Woman in Business, Camila Mize

Camila Mize is passionate about emotions. She believes that emotional intelligence skills hold the key to unlocking our potential to be our best selves and increase the quality of our lives at work, at home and everywhere in between. She currently serves as the Director of Customer Success at Oji Life Lab in San Francisco. Founded in 2018, Oji Life Lab is focused on helping adults gain essential soft skills like Emotional Intelligence and Decision-making and more. Her team consists of top scientists from Apple, Microsoft, Robert Half and Yale University. Camila caught the bug for emotional intelligence while an undergraduate when she worked as an assistant on Dr. Marc Brackett's early RULER research. After graduating from Fordham University with degrees in Economics and Psychology, Camila changed paths and enjoyed a decades-long career in working in finance. She was hired by world-renowned Economist, Bernard Connolly to launch a macroeconomic research firm in New York City. There, she worked with the world's top hedge fund managers, central bankers, and sovereign wealth fund managers. In New York, she nurtured her creative spirit by working as a performance artist which led to her being featured on Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's Cheek to Cheek album artwork. In 2015, she returned to California and worked in private wealth management before transitioning back to her original passion: emotional intelligence. In addition to her work, she serves on the Alumni Board of St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco and is a dedicated beekeeper. She loves her rescue pups, hiking in the California redwoods and learning everything she can about the natural world. Her current obsession? Mycology. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

36 MIN5 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Camila Mize

Wonder Woman in Business, Daphne Forbes

Daphne Turpin Forbes is a trusted legal and business advisor at Microsoft with 20+ years of practice in the U.S. Public Sector and Commercial Regulated Industries. Her corporate experience spans in-house at companies like Microsoft, Discovery Communications, ACS State & Local Solutions (formerly Lockheed Martin), Hyatt Hotels, and General Motors. At Microsoft, Daphne is the lead counsel responsible for supporting a $7B segment of Microsoft’s U.S. Public Sector enterprise operating unit. She manages a legal team that supports public sector and commercial sales, state government affairs, PR/marketing, professional consulting services, devices, and product leadership teams in the Federal Civilian, State & Local Government and Education verticals on various legal matters including; complex technology and professional services negotiations, legal and regulatory issues related to digital transformation strategies, data privacy and security matters, critical infrastructure considerations, product/solution development, government and enterprise cloud, Artificial Intelligence (“AI”), public sector contracts/procurement law and ethics, public policy; matters raised by U.S. Attorneys General; financial services and healthcare regulations. Daphne is a leader who is passionate about diversity, inclusion, and equality. She has participated and collaborated with various organizations as a champion for diverse lawyers and legal professionals, and women - with a focus on women of color. In addition, Daphne is the U.S. Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) lead for Microsoft’s Global Commercial Field Group and, has served as a corporate leader for the company’s African American Employee Network. A former Human Resources professional, who claims civility and problem-solving as her superpowers, Daphne is effective at and enjoys leading people, projects, and process. In addition, she is active in her community, and enjoys long-standing memberships in several community service organizations. She has served on various non-profit boards and advisory councils nationally and in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. She currently serves as Chair and Commissioner of the Liquor Board in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Daphne is also an adjunct law professor at the Howard University School of Law where she co-teaches a class on Technology and the Law. Daphne is a member of the Maryland State Bar and National Bar Associations. Daphne is the recipient of various corporate awards for her D&I and client work. Most notably, she is the corporate recipient of the Microsoft MVP Circle of Excellence (Gold Club) Award, and the National Bar Association’s Clyde E. Bailey Corporate Leadership Award. She is a graduate of Michigan State University, and the American University Washington College of Law. Daphne lives in Prince George’s County, Maryland with her husband and two “almost grown” children. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

41 MIN6 d ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Daphne Forbes

Wonder Woman in Business, Simone Morris

Simone Morris is CEO of Simone Morris Enterprises LLC, a certified minority and women-owned business enterprise. She is an award- winning diversity and inclusion leader and a consultant and speaker committed to training women and emerging leaders to take true leadership positions in all aspects of their lives. Ms. Morris has a background that includes over two decades in corporate America, spanning information technology, commercial strategy, and human resources. She holds an MBA from the University of Connecticut. Her technology background has served her well, embedding strong project management acumen that allows her to educate and create transformational results for her clients. She teaches diversity and inclusion, conscious inclusion, and project management. Ms. Morris shares her message across various platforms (for example, Forbes, Medium, Thrive Global, Glassdoor, Leadercast, SmartRecruiters, Social Hire, Diversity Best Practices, Profiles in Diversity Journal, and BambooHR). She is also the author of 52 Tips for Owning Your Career: Practical Advice for Career Success,The Power of Owning Your Career: Winning Strategies, Tools and Tips for Creating Your Desired Career, and Achievement Unlocked: Strategies to Set Goals and Manifest Them. She resides in Connecticut with her family. In Simone's words... I love what I do. I teach women how to take ownership of their careers. This is me feeling especially great after having a successful workshop on the Power of Owning Your Career. I’m a Career Strategist and now it’s even more vital to take ownership of your career. Listeners can work with me on a one off tackling a specific career issue, in a one on one coaching capacity, or in a group coaching scenario. To begin the conversation, go to www.careerbreakthroughcall.comand schedule your time. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

20 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Simone Morris

Wonder Women in Business Ally, Cameron Woods

Cameron Woods was born and raised in a small community called Macedonia in southwest Arkansas. He is the son of a counselor and an attorney, who encouraged him to find and create his own path from an early age. This served him as he attended the University of Arkansas, where he majored in Political Science and Journalism. His experiences in college led him to Southern Illinois University, where he was the first student complete the JD/M.S.Ed. in Higher Education program. Cameron currently works as an Associate Counsel at Allstate Insurance Company in Northbrook, IL. Throughout all his work, Cameron remembers the importance of representation and creating inclusive environments around him. He hopes that the work that he does will inspire generations of young Black boys from Arkansas to always reach their goals. Book recommendations: All About Love x bell hooks Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?: And Other Conversations About Race x Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum The People Factor: How Building Great Relationships and Ending Bad Ones Unlocks Your God-Given Purpose x Van Moody Equal Means Equal: Why the Time for an Equal Rights Amendment is Now x Jessica Neuwirth Hood Feminism x Mikki Kendall --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

47 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Women in Business Ally, Cameron Woods

Wonder Woman in Business, Julie Kratz

Julie Kratz is a highly-acclaimed speaker and trainer who led teams and produced results in corporate America. After experiencing her own career “pivot point,” she developed a process for women leaders to build winning plans. Promoting gender equality in the workplace, Julie is a Tedx speaker, a frequent keynote speaker, and executive coach. She holds an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, is a Certified Master Coach, and is a certified unconscious bias trainer. Her books include Pivot Point: How to Build a Winning Career Game Plan, ONE: How Male Allies Support Women for Gender Equality, and Lead Like an Ally: A Journey Through Corporate America with Strategies to Facilitate Inclusion. Meet Julie at NextPivotPoint.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

35 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Julie Kratz

EPISODE 10 / May 22, 2020 - Seeking Diversion - Putting something in your brain that's NOT about Coronavirus.

Keep Calm & Cope Coronacast with Lindsay Griffiths, Marcie Shunk, Susan Freeman & Katie Barnard Some challenges we face at this time include: Loss of structure, support systems, routine (coping mechanisms) Social isolation Judgmental attitudes, self-righteous sentiments and criticism The politicizing of the virus Separating fact from fiction We will focus on coping mechanisms and feelings, such as: Anger Fear Impatience Emotional eating Obsession/compulsion Distraction Disruption Loneliness Helplessness Kids with anxiety Feelings of failure Financial insecurity --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

31 MIN1 w ago
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EPISODE 10 / May 22, 2020 - Seeking Diversion - Putting something in your brain that's NOT about Coronavirus.

Wonder Woman in Business, Megan Lutes

Megan Lutes is the Director of Legal for Convoy, Inc., a technology company that is changing the logistics and transportation industry with the use of modern technology. Convoy was recently named Geekwire’s 2018 Tech Titan of the Year and 2019's Deal of the Year. Convoy recently became Seattle's second Unicorn company, being valued at over a billion dollars, and is one of the fastest-growing tech companies in the country with offices in Seattle and Atlanta growing in a matter of a few years to 900+ employees. Convoy has been in the news recently with its significant fundraising successes, with impressive investors such as CapitalG (Google's late-stage venture arm), Jeff Bezos, and venture capital firm Greylock Partners. Megan joins the panel with over a decade of legal experience both at law firms and in-house at large companies in the Puget Sound region. At Convoy she leads its commercial transactions team, handles its employment law matters, handles its immigration work, and advises leadership on all types of legal matters. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

25 MIN1 w ago
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Wonder Woman in Business, Megan Lutes
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