Women Taking The Lead with Kim Gravel and Leading With Questions with Bob Tiede

Women Taking The Lead with Kim Gravel and Leading With Questions with Bob Tiede

A lot of times, women were taught to be seen and not be heard. The strength and leadership in women were not always celebrated. Kim Gravel, a veteran television host, entrepreneur, public speaker, and leader, talks about the message she’s trying to convey through her clothing line and being a leader. Kim believes the message of women taking the lead comes in many forms because we have a sphere of influence anywhere. She shares why QVC is the most amazing place to connect and to launch a business especially if you have a message.

 

Many people think a leader’s job is to simply tell the staff what to do and to express appreciation for work well done. However, the way to be an effective leader is to lead with questions, taking advantage of the opportunity to listen to what your people say. Bob Tiede, a blogger and part of the Development Leadership Team at Cru, shares his passion for helping leaders lead with a question. Bob explains why it is vital for leaders to engage, ask, and listen to what people think and feel.

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TTL 546 | Corporate Women

Empowering Women In The Corporate World with Joan Kuhl and Recognizing The Millennial’s Worth with RJ Singh and Tofe Evans

How do you see women and Millennials building authority in the workplace and changing the business world? In today’s time, technology has advanced the traditional business setup, bringing in more game for these sectors. The question lies whether they are reaching their full potential in the workplace. Joan Kuhl, founder of Why Millennials Matter, dives into the issues on gender roles that happen in the corporate world as she points out the things that hold women back from being achievers. An author, speaker, and champion of women in leadership, Joan gives away tips on how women can score sponsorship and get men as allies.

 

RJ Singh and Tofe Evans of Nxt Gen Mvmnt highlights how Millennials can start their success story through their “shared wisdom” platform. Intending to pull together all the wisdom and information and sharing with their younger Millennial viewership and listeners, RJ and Tofe dive into the value of understanding the emotional struggles of successful people to elicit their authenticity, thus motivating the youth. As they touch on the issue of substance abuse among Millennials, discover how you can be a part of their platform and how they scale their not-for-profit organization.
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TTL 438 | Video Messaging

Empowering Women Through Entrepreneurship with Janét Aizenstros and Communicating Effectively Through Video Messaging with Ethan Beute

Looking for a sustainable, resourceful, efficient, and resounding legacy that will create an impact was something that prompted Janét Aizenstros to pivot from being an influencer to becoming an entrepreneur. Janét is the CEO of Ahava Group Global, a women-led modern media parent company. As she recounts her journey, she highlights how one shouldn’t look at limitations but focus on what you want to experience instead. Janét shares how she is now enjoying empowering women entrepreneurs and leaders.

In the digital era we are in now, one of the changes that have evolved is how people communicate with each other. With the variety of issues concerning communication, especially with facelessness, Ethan Beute believes speaking face to face is still the best form of communication. Ethan is the Marketing Vice President at BombBomb, a video email software company dedicated to helping people re-humanize their communication. He says it is now time to stop hiding behind the keyboard and get face to face through the use of video messaging.

TTL 276 | Women Empowerment

The Spiritual Global Movement For Women with Sister Jenna and Intensifying Your Value Proposition with Lynda Spiegel

We all have a special calling in our life. While many of us struggle to discern our role in the world, Sister Jenna, found her calling very early on. Sister Jenna is a spiritual leader, author, radio and TV personality, renowned speaker, and founder of the Meditation Museum. Not wanting to be subjugated by society’s norms about women, she dove into entrepreneurship and business, bought her first nightclub at the age of 21, and made successful investments. Sister Jenna says having a spiritual awakening makes you see beyond the physical that you start to look more into the intentionality of your thoughts, words, and choices. Sister Jenna talks about spirituality, the Meditation Museum, and her global movement for women empowerment.

 

We can sum up what HR professionals are looking for in a resume in three simple words: your value proposition. Job search coach and resume writer Lynda Spiegel says when you’re posting jobs and you get a gazillion resumes, you have to search for what this person does and what this person’s potential value is to you. Lynda gives the lowdown on what HR professionals are really looking for and shares some valuable advice on what people can do with their resumes and how to make themselves stand out.

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