Himalaya-The Podcast Player

4.8K Ratings
Open In App
title

This Is Woman's Work with Nicole Kalil

Nicole Kalil

0
Followers
0
Plays
This Is Woman's Work with Nicole Kalil

This Is Woman's Work with Nicole Kalil

Nicole Kalil

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

If you have ever felt like there aren’t enough minutes in the day, or like the pressure of work is killing you (especially when it’s combined with the pressure to look and be perfect along the way), then this podcast is for you.When you trust yourself, build healthy partnerships, and grow your confidence, you can be who you are truly meant to be. If you’re a career motivated, get-shit-done, multi-juggling, badass woman, you just found your new safe space.Learn more about what we’re up to at nicolekalil.com.

Latest Episodes

022 / Thriving in Male Dominated Industries

I love talking with women who are breaking stereotypes and finding a name for themselves in traditionally male dominated careers. My guest today is doing just that. In this episode I welcome Megan Taylor - International DJ who performs at events all across the world. Megan shares the key steps she took in the early days of her career that helped make her a trailblazer in her field. By redefining the role and what it would look like for her, setting boundaries and truly embracing both masculine and feminine characteristics, she has created a career that she loves. When masculine leadership is balanced with feminine, when environments are created where both genders thrive, when people can bring their whole authentic selves to work, everybody wins. Men have been leading imperfectly for centuries, we don’t need to be perfect or have it all figured out to lead, but we must lead, just as we are. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

29 MIN11 h ago
Comments
022 / Thriving in Male Dominated Industries

021 / Black Lives Matter

This is the first podcast I’ve recorded since George Floyd’s death. The Black Lives Matter movement, all that has led up to and what has followed, has been at the forefront of my thoughts, and speaking about anything else just wouldn’t feel right. In this episode, I share my feelings of shame, my belief that we must act, and my commitment to listen and learn. I believe the burden to eradicate racism shouldn’t be passed from those responsible to those affected. It requires all people to stand up and speak up for the lives of Black people. That is my intention today, and my stand moving forward. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

10 MIN2 w ago
Comments
021 / Black Lives Matter

020 / Having Difficult Conversations

In full transparency, I struggled to release this episode, as it was recorded prior to the death of George Floyd. I don’t want this to feel like “business as usual.” But with these recent tragedies I thought this could be a helpful and timely tool as we must all be willing to have difficult conversations, myself included. In this episode, I welcome guest Lynne Franklin - Author, Coach and Expert on Persuasive Communication. Lynne shares with us the biggest mistakes we make when having difficult conversations and her 6 step process to communicating more effectively. It is imperative that we put aside biases, curb our assumptions and be open and willing to shift our perspectives. Oftentimes in communicating, we tend to think about what we want to say or the message we want to get across, and rarely do we put ourselves in the other person's shoes. We can all benefit from strategy and tactics in how to have these conversations, and although this podcast was recorded several weeks ago, I can’t think of a more appropriate topic to help guide us through some conversations that are long overdue. I stand with the Black community at this time, most especially the mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, and lovers. This is Woman’s Work… because when women rise, everyone rises. To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
020 / Having Difficult Conversations

019 / Your Recovery Plan - How To Get Back Into Action Faster

We all experience tough days and setbacks, but we don’t all recover at the same pace. What makes some people recover faster, with tenacity and more confidence? They have a plan and it propels them back into action. In this episode, I share my Recovery Plan - what it is, why I needed one in my life, and I walk you step by step on how you can create your very own. We will all experience rough patches, rejections, and heartbreaks. In fact, the bigger and braver we choose to live our life, the more we will face these challenges. If we agree those things are coming, then we need to have a plan. By having a Recovery Plan, we can make better choices during difficult times, so that we can reach our goals, and experience the joy and the freedom on the other side much faster than if left to our own devices. This is Woman’s Work Download the PDF guide to start designing your Recovery Plan here: https://nicolekalil.com/design-your-recovery-plan To learn more about what we are up to outside of...

26 MINMAY 27
Comments
019 / Your Recovery Plan - How To Get Back Into Action Faster

018 / Your Mental Health - Staying Aware During COVID

In this episode, I welcome guest Alex Kenna - Licensed Psychologist and Certified CPT Provider. Alex shares her expertise and personal experience on how to maneuver through these social distancing days, with an emphasis on the importance of meeting YOUR needs. She walks us through how to know if what we may be feeling is a normal reaction to the current crisis, or when we may need to seek help. And there is no shame in asking for help. In fact, it’s the incredibly brave thing to do. Life in general has ups and downs that we all struggle with from time to time, but adding in the stress and uncertainty of COVID makes it EXTRA challenging. We are treading through uncharted territory and juggling more than humanly possible. By giving ourselves permission to refill the tank, charge our battery and take the time we need, we come out the other side better and stronger. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

34 MINMAY 20
Comments
018 / Your Mental Health - Staying Aware During COVID

017 / Intuitive Eating...Eat what you need when you need it

In this episode, I welcome my special guest Alicia Romano - Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist, to share her perspective on the importance of nourishing our bodies both on and off the plate. Alicia helps guide us BACK to the basics of understanding what our bodies really need to function at our best. And guess what? Traditional dieting doesn’t play a role in any of this. So many of us have unhealthy relationships with food, and for a lot of us, our food fears have kicked into high gear during this time. My consumption of cheese and wine has hit an all-time high...HELLO emotional eating! But I love how Alicia says “That’s ok” and to give grace and kindness to ourselves, and how cravings aren’t such a bad thing after all. Big bad craving monster...take that! What if we shifted our focus and took on this concept of choosing our food based on how it’ll make us feel, as opposed to how it’ll make us look? For me, this is a much healthier (and somewhat freeing!) way to live. I’m excited to share Alicia’s perspective and am committed to putting it into practice myself. I hope you’ll join me! This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

32 MINMAY 13
Comments
017 / Intuitive Eating...Eat what you need when you need it

016 / Friendships - Staying Connected During COVID

In this episode, Nicole shares her perspective on friendships, and the importance of reaching out to the RIGHT friend who can support you in your time of need. And how now (more than ever!) is the time to nurture and build that tribe. Spending time with the people we love, who give us a mental and emotional break from our everyday demands, is so necessary. Now is a great time to reflect on our friendships both past and present. To give thanks to those who at one time supported us, and to reach out to those in our lives today. Who comes to mind as you listen to this? Make time today to call that person, to share a laugh, to be there for each other, and to love on. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

26 MINMAY 6
Comments
016 / Friendships - Staying Connected During COVID

015 / PARENTING THROUGH COVID

Are you a mom who is struggling to adjust and redefine a new normal for yourself and for your family during the COVID crisis? You are not alone! Nicole gets personal about her struggles during this time. She shares her frustrations, her beliefs and adds some perspective to help us shift from worry and guilt to empowerment and confidence as moms. This is an opportunity to break some historical patterns. We get to reinvent the benchmarks we measure ourselves against. This is a time for reflection (if you can make the time), for growth (and we don’t mean just our pant size) and most importantly a time to be gentle and kind to yourself. You are doing great momma, you’ve got this! This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

30 MINAPR 29
Comments
015 / PARENTING THROUGH COVID

014 / NAVIGATING CAREER UNCERTAINTY

Nicole welcomes guest Sarah Henning, Founder and Lead Consultant at Shiftive, to walk us through how to find the right career opportunity for you. Timely information during this COVID crisis, Sarah shares valuable resources to find employers who are hiring NOW. Whether you’ve been laid off and are forced to look for a new career, you are uncertain what the future holds for your current career, or you’re just looking to keep options open for new opportunities - Sarah shares her tips on how to find the job that taps into your FULL potential. Finding work you love, that lights you up from within so that you can set fire to your career, our community and our world is so important. There is no better time than the present. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

36 MINAPR 15
Comments
014 / NAVIGATING CAREER UNCERTAINTY

013 / #HOMEWORK- Building Healthy Partnerships

Nicole welcomes guest Lynne Sheridan -Transformational Trainer, Coach, Marriage & Family Therapist (because let’s be honest...we could all use a little of this right now) and Author, to help us better understand why we may be struggling in our partnerships, especially during these times of social distancing. We always have a choice in our thoughts, in our actions, and in our feelings towards our partners. Now is the time to cut each other some slack, to concede and reach towards our partners to better support one another during this difficult time. While we didn’t choose being in solitude, we CAN choose solidarity! This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

35 MINAPR 8
Comments
013 / #HOMEWORK- Building Healthy Partnerships

Latest Episodes

022 / Thriving in Male Dominated Industries

I love talking with women who are breaking stereotypes and finding a name for themselves in traditionally male dominated careers. My guest today is doing just that. In this episode I welcome Megan Taylor - International DJ who performs at events all across the world. Megan shares the key steps she took in the early days of her career that helped make her a trailblazer in her field. By redefining the role and what it would look like for her, setting boundaries and truly embracing both masculine and feminine characteristics, she has created a career that she loves. When masculine leadership is balanced with feminine, when environments are created where both genders thrive, when people can bring their whole authentic selves to work, everybody wins. Men have been leading imperfectly for centuries, we don’t need to be perfect or have it all figured out to lead, but we must lead, just as we are. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

29 MIN11 h ago
Comments
022 / Thriving in Male Dominated Industries

021 / Black Lives Matter

This is the first podcast I’ve recorded since George Floyd’s death. The Black Lives Matter movement, all that has led up to and what has followed, has been at the forefront of my thoughts, and speaking about anything else just wouldn’t feel right. In this episode, I share my feelings of shame, my belief that we must act, and my commitment to listen and learn. I believe the burden to eradicate racism shouldn’t be passed from those responsible to those affected. It requires all people to stand up and speak up for the lives of Black people. That is my intention today, and my stand moving forward. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

10 MIN2 w ago
Comments
021 / Black Lives Matter

020 / Having Difficult Conversations

In full transparency, I struggled to release this episode, as it was recorded prior to the death of George Floyd. I don’t want this to feel like “business as usual.” But with these recent tragedies I thought this could be a helpful and timely tool as we must all be willing to have difficult conversations, myself included. In this episode, I welcome guest Lynne Franklin - Author, Coach and Expert on Persuasive Communication. Lynne shares with us the biggest mistakes we make when having difficult conversations and her 6 step process to communicating more effectively. It is imperative that we put aside biases, curb our assumptions and be open and willing to shift our perspectives. Oftentimes in communicating, we tend to think about what we want to say or the message we want to get across, and rarely do we put ourselves in the other person's shoes. We can all benefit from strategy and tactics in how to have these conversations, and although this podcast was recorded several weeks ago, I can’t think of a more appropriate topic to help guide us through some conversations that are long overdue. I stand with the Black community at this time, most especially the mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, and lovers. This is Woman’s Work… because when women rise, everyone rises. To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
020 / Having Difficult Conversations

019 / Your Recovery Plan - How To Get Back Into Action Faster

We all experience tough days and setbacks, but we don’t all recover at the same pace. What makes some people recover faster, with tenacity and more confidence? They have a plan and it propels them back into action. In this episode, I share my Recovery Plan - what it is, why I needed one in my life, and I walk you step by step on how you can create your very own. We will all experience rough patches, rejections, and heartbreaks. In fact, the bigger and braver we choose to live our life, the more we will face these challenges. If we agree those things are coming, then we need to have a plan. By having a Recovery Plan, we can make better choices during difficult times, so that we can reach our goals, and experience the joy and the freedom on the other side much faster than if left to our own devices. This is Woman’s Work Download the PDF guide to start designing your Recovery Plan here: https://nicolekalil.com/design-your-recovery-plan To learn more about what we are up to outside of...

26 MINMAY 27
Comments
019 / Your Recovery Plan - How To Get Back Into Action Faster

018 / Your Mental Health - Staying Aware During COVID

In this episode, I welcome guest Alex Kenna - Licensed Psychologist and Certified CPT Provider. Alex shares her expertise and personal experience on how to maneuver through these social distancing days, with an emphasis on the importance of meeting YOUR needs. She walks us through how to know if what we may be feeling is a normal reaction to the current crisis, or when we may need to seek help. And there is no shame in asking for help. In fact, it’s the incredibly brave thing to do. Life in general has ups and downs that we all struggle with from time to time, but adding in the stress and uncertainty of COVID makes it EXTRA challenging. We are treading through uncharted territory and juggling more than humanly possible. By giving ourselves permission to refill the tank, charge our battery and take the time we need, we come out the other side better and stronger. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

34 MINMAY 20
Comments
018 / Your Mental Health - Staying Aware During COVID

017 / Intuitive Eating...Eat what you need when you need it

In this episode, I welcome my special guest Alicia Romano - Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist, to share her perspective on the importance of nourishing our bodies both on and off the plate. Alicia helps guide us BACK to the basics of understanding what our bodies really need to function at our best. And guess what? Traditional dieting doesn’t play a role in any of this. So many of us have unhealthy relationships with food, and for a lot of us, our food fears have kicked into high gear during this time. My consumption of cheese and wine has hit an all-time high...HELLO emotional eating! But I love how Alicia says “That’s ok” and to give grace and kindness to ourselves, and how cravings aren’t such a bad thing after all. Big bad craving monster...take that! What if we shifted our focus and took on this concept of choosing our food based on how it’ll make us feel, as opposed to how it’ll make us look? For me, this is a much healthier (and somewhat freeing!) way to live. I’m excited to share Alicia’s perspective and am committed to putting it into practice myself. I hope you’ll join me! This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

32 MINMAY 13
Comments
017 / Intuitive Eating...Eat what you need when you need it

016 / Friendships - Staying Connected During COVID

In this episode, Nicole shares her perspective on friendships, and the importance of reaching out to the RIGHT friend who can support you in your time of need. And how now (more than ever!) is the time to nurture and build that tribe. Spending time with the people we love, who give us a mental and emotional break from our everyday demands, is so necessary. Now is a great time to reflect on our friendships both past and present. To give thanks to those who at one time supported us, and to reach out to those in our lives today. Who comes to mind as you listen to this? Make time today to call that person, to share a laugh, to be there for each other, and to love on. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

26 MINMAY 6
Comments
016 / Friendships - Staying Connected During COVID

015 / PARENTING THROUGH COVID

Are you a mom who is struggling to adjust and redefine a new normal for yourself and for your family during the COVID crisis? You are not alone! Nicole gets personal about her struggles during this time. She shares her frustrations, her beliefs and adds some perspective to help us shift from worry and guilt to empowerment and confidence as moms. This is an opportunity to break some historical patterns. We get to reinvent the benchmarks we measure ourselves against. This is a time for reflection (if you can make the time), for growth (and we don’t mean just our pant size) and most importantly a time to be gentle and kind to yourself. You are doing great momma, you’ve got this! This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

30 MINAPR 29
Comments
015 / PARENTING THROUGH COVID

014 / NAVIGATING CAREER UNCERTAINTY

Nicole welcomes guest Sarah Henning, Founder and Lead Consultant at Shiftive, to walk us through how to find the right career opportunity for you. Timely information during this COVID crisis, Sarah shares valuable resources to find employers who are hiring NOW. Whether you’ve been laid off and are forced to look for a new career, you are uncertain what the future holds for your current career, or you’re just looking to keep options open for new opportunities - Sarah shares her tips on how to find the job that taps into your FULL potential. Finding work you love, that lights you up from within so that you can set fire to your career, our community and our world is so important. There is no better time than the present. This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

36 MINAPR 15
Comments
014 / NAVIGATING CAREER UNCERTAINTY

013 / #HOMEWORK- Building Healthy Partnerships

Nicole welcomes guest Lynne Sheridan -Transformational Trainer, Coach, Marriage & Family Therapist (because let’s be honest...we could all use a little of this right now) and Author, to help us better understand why we may be struggling in our partnerships, especially during these times of social distancing. We always have a choice in our thoughts, in our actions, and in our feelings towards our partners. Now is the time to cut each other some slack, to concede and reach towards our partners to better support one another during this difficult time. While we didn’t choose being in solitude, we CAN choose solidarity! This is Woman’s Work To learn more about what we are up to outside of this podcast, visit us at NicoleKalil.com

35 MINAPR 8
Comments
013 / #HOMEWORK- Building Healthy Partnerships

More from Nicole Kalil

Show

Playlists

hmly
Welcome to Himalaya LearningDozens of podcourses featuring over 100 experts are waiting for you.