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Women Amplified

The Conferences for Women

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Women Amplified

Women Amplified

The Conferences for Women

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Inspiration meets practical advice in this podcast from the nation’s largest network of conferences for women in the workplace. For over 20 years, we’ve delivered insights from extraordinary women, such as Michelle Obama, Maya Angelou, Indra Nooyi, Elizabeth Gilbert, Serena Williams, and Brené Brown. Now, Women Amplified offers you a taste of the Conference each month to enjoy from the comfort of your own phone! Hosted by award-winning journalist Celeste Headlee, you can expect true stories and real-world advice from the most brilliant and successful women out there. We cover topics around leadership, career advancement, self-care, transitions and other relevant issues that women face. This is your go-to listening experience to help you navigate life in your career and at home and bring your best “you” to all that you do!

Latest Episodes

How to Be Brave, Not Perfect with Reshma Saujani

In this special episode, Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, talks with guest host Laysha Ward, executive vice president and chief external engagement officer for Target, about her new book,Brave, Not Perfect. This conversation took place before the outbreak of COVID-19. But we’re airing it now because it clearly speaks to the challenges many of us face today. Tune in for practical advice and inspiration to help you navigate away from the pull of perfectionism, which will only make you more anxious, and toward a life that is bolder, braver, and ultimately happier.

29 MIN2 w ago
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How to Be Brave, Not Perfect with Reshma Saujani

Creating Financial Health Now with Teresa Ghilarducci

Life looks different right now and concerns over money and future financial stability are high. But that doesn't make you powerless. This episode features economist and author Teresa Ghilarducci, who offers invaluable and actionable ways you can take control of your finances in the short-term and create long-term financial health. Learn sustainable daily habits to maximize your paycheck and savings, help you budget in crisis-mode, manage debt, and continue planning for retirement.

28 MINAPR 9
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Creating Financial Health Now with Teresa Ghilarducci

How to Cultivate the Resilience We Need Now

COVID-19 has rocked our world—leaving us confused and worried amidst this new changing, challenging and uncharted time. As we balance physical health, virtual work environments, caring for children and elders, and economic concerns it is hard not to feel overwhelmed, stressed and out of control. Resilience expert and top-rated Conferences for Women speaker Anne Grady shares inspiration and practical advice to help you cultivate courage, improve resilience, better navigate the uncertainty, and bring some sanity to an insane time.

34 MINMAR 24
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How to Cultivate the Resilience We Need Now

The Fix: Overcoming the Invisible Barriers to Creating Cultures of Equality at Work

For years, we’ve been telling women that in order to succeed at work, they have to change themselves first—lean in, negotiate like a man, don’t act too nice or you’ll never get the corner office. But after 16 years working with major Fortune 500 companies as a gender equality expert, Michelle King has realized one simple truth—we don’t need to fix women, we need to fix work. Gender equality is not about women, and it is not about men—it is about creating a culture of equality and making workplaces work for EVERYONE. In this episode, we explore the invisible barriers that hold women back at all stages of their careers, how gender inequality impacts women and creates challenges for men, and offer a clear set of takeaways to help everyone thrive despite sexism in the workplace, as we fight for change from within.

31 MINMAR 1
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The Fix: Overcoming the Invisible Barriers to Creating Cultures of Equality at Work

Proven Success Principles that Will Help You Move Forward in Your Career

When C-suite advisor and image management expert Charmaine McClarie asked Fortune 500 CEOs and other senior-level executives why they were successful, they said it wasn’t because they were smarter than other people. It was because of how they leveraged information. Charmaine distilled their secrets into six “Executive Success Principles” that have helped 98% of her clients move up. She shares them & more great advice in this episode.

27 MINFEB 6
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Proven Success Principles that Will Help You Move Forward in Your Career

The Biggest Danger Women Pose to the Status Quo

Professional women are often encouraged to find a mentor, to be a sponsor, and to lift each other up. What is the power of women connecting with other women? Pat Mitchell is a serial ceiling smasher, groundbreaking media icon, and the co-founder of TEDWomen. She says her many mentees are part of her legacy, and that the biggest danger women pose to the status quo is working together. She shares what she's learned about effectively mentoring and coaching and the transformative impact of gathering women.

34 MINJAN 11
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The Biggest Danger Women Pose to the Status Quo

Here’s How to Be Happier Now

Hint: It'll take ditching your "I'll be happy when..." checklist. Tune in for three sounder ways to boost your happiness, with Nataly Kogan, author of "Happier Now."

41 MIN2019 DEC 3
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Here’s How to Be Happier Now

How to Manage Your Boss

"Look at who your boss is; understand how they operate—don't judge; understand how you operate; and then assess the gap." —Mary Abbajay, organizational and leadership development expert and author, Managing Up Most leadership books focus on how to manage the people who report to you. But equally important is how you manage your boss. (And we all have a boss—even CEOs of public companies have to report to a board.) In the latest episode of Women Amplified, Mary Abbajay discusses how to work with a wide range of challenging bosses—and make almost any relationship better.

27 MIN2019 NOV 5
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How to Manage Your Boss

Want to Be a Better Leader? Help Your Team Stop Complaining and Be More Accountable

"Drama in the broader sense is unproductive thinking and disruptive behavior. We call it emotional waste. It is anything taking energy away from results and happiness in the workplace. It's a subtraction." —Leadership expert and author Cy Wakeman In this refreshing new conversation, leadership expert andNew York Timesbest-selling author Cy Wakeman explains why unproductive workplace drama is on the rise—and how you can avoid it, be happier and more productive, and save yourself 2.5 hours a day.

30 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Want to Be a Better Leader? Help Your Team Stop Complaining and Be More Accountable

Dream Big. Then Do This.

Women tend to be more hesitant than men to think about personal branding. But once you realize it’s simply a tool to help others see you for who you really are—and want to become—it becomes a lot more important and doable. Personal branding expert Lida Citroën demystifies it all for our host Celeste Headlee in the latest episode of Women Amplified.

29 MIN2019 SEP 4
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Dream Big. Then Do This.
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Latest Episodes

How to Be Brave, Not Perfect with Reshma Saujani

In this special episode, Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, talks with guest host Laysha Ward, executive vice president and chief external engagement officer for Target, about her new book,Brave, Not Perfect. This conversation took place before the outbreak of COVID-19. But we’re airing it now because it clearly speaks to the challenges many of us face today. Tune in for practical advice and inspiration to help you navigate away from the pull of perfectionism, which will only make you more anxious, and toward a life that is bolder, braver, and ultimately happier.

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
How to Be Brave, Not Perfect with Reshma Saujani

Creating Financial Health Now with Teresa Ghilarducci

Life looks different right now and concerns over money and future financial stability are high. But that doesn't make you powerless. This episode features economist and author Teresa Ghilarducci, who offers invaluable and actionable ways you can take control of your finances in the short-term and create long-term financial health. Learn sustainable daily habits to maximize your paycheck and savings, help you budget in crisis-mode, manage debt, and continue planning for retirement.

28 MINAPR 9
Comments
Creating Financial Health Now with Teresa Ghilarducci

How to Cultivate the Resilience We Need Now

COVID-19 has rocked our world—leaving us confused and worried amidst this new changing, challenging and uncharted time. As we balance physical health, virtual work environments, caring for children and elders, and economic concerns it is hard not to feel overwhelmed, stressed and out of control. Resilience expert and top-rated Conferences for Women speaker Anne Grady shares inspiration and practical advice to help you cultivate courage, improve resilience, better navigate the uncertainty, and bring some sanity to an insane time.

34 MINMAR 24
Comments
How to Cultivate the Resilience We Need Now

The Fix: Overcoming the Invisible Barriers to Creating Cultures of Equality at Work

For years, we’ve been telling women that in order to succeed at work, they have to change themselves first—lean in, negotiate like a man, don’t act too nice or you’ll never get the corner office. But after 16 years working with major Fortune 500 companies as a gender equality expert, Michelle King has realized one simple truth—we don’t need to fix women, we need to fix work. Gender equality is not about women, and it is not about men—it is about creating a culture of equality and making workplaces work for EVERYONE. In this episode, we explore the invisible barriers that hold women back at all stages of their careers, how gender inequality impacts women and creates challenges for men, and offer a clear set of takeaways to help everyone thrive despite sexism in the workplace, as we fight for change from within.

31 MINMAR 1
Comments
The Fix: Overcoming the Invisible Barriers to Creating Cultures of Equality at Work

Proven Success Principles that Will Help You Move Forward in Your Career

When C-suite advisor and image management expert Charmaine McClarie asked Fortune 500 CEOs and other senior-level executives why they were successful, they said it wasn’t because they were smarter than other people. It was because of how they leveraged information. Charmaine distilled their secrets into six “Executive Success Principles” that have helped 98% of her clients move up. She shares them & more great advice in this episode.

27 MINFEB 6
Comments
Proven Success Principles that Will Help You Move Forward in Your Career

The Biggest Danger Women Pose to the Status Quo

Professional women are often encouraged to find a mentor, to be a sponsor, and to lift each other up. What is the power of women connecting with other women? Pat Mitchell is a serial ceiling smasher, groundbreaking media icon, and the co-founder of TEDWomen. She says her many mentees are part of her legacy, and that the biggest danger women pose to the status quo is working together. She shares what she's learned about effectively mentoring and coaching and the transformative impact of gathering women.

34 MINJAN 11
Comments
The Biggest Danger Women Pose to the Status Quo

Here’s How to Be Happier Now

Hint: It'll take ditching your "I'll be happy when..." checklist. Tune in for three sounder ways to boost your happiness, with Nataly Kogan, author of "Happier Now."

41 MIN2019 DEC 3
Comments
Here’s How to Be Happier Now

How to Manage Your Boss

"Look at who your boss is; understand how they operate—don't judge; understand how you operate; and then assess the gap." —Mary Abbajay, organizational and leadership development expert and author, Managing Up Most leadership books focus on how to manage the people who report to you. But equally important is how you manage your boss. (And we all have a boss—even CEOs of public companies have to report to a board.) In the latest episode of Women Amplified, Mary Abbajay discusses how to work with a wide range of challenging bosses—and make almost any relationship better.

27 MIN2019 NOV 5
Comments
How to Manage Your Boss

Want to Be a Better Leader? Help Your Team Stop Complaining and Be More Accountable

"Drama in the broader sense is unproductive thinking and disruptive behavior. We call it emotional waste. It is anything taking energy away from results and happiness in the workplace. It's a subtraction." —Leadership expert and author Cy Wakeman In this refreshing new conversation, leadership expert andNew York Timesbest-selling author Cy Wakeman explains why unproductive workplace drama is on the rise—and how you can avoid it, be happier and more productive, and save yourself 2.5 hours a day.

30 MIN2019 OCT 8
Comments
Want to Be a Better Leader? Help Your Team Stop Complaining and Be More Accountable

Dream Big. Then Do This.

Women tend to be more hesitant than men to think about personal branding. But once you realize it’s simply a tool to help others see you for who you really are—and want to become—it becomes a lot more important and doable. Personal branding expert Lida Citroën demystifies it all for our host Celeste Headlee in the latest episode of Women Amplified.

29 MIN2019 SEP 4
Comments
Dream Big. Then Do This.
the END
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