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Winning Season is The Podcast for women leaders who work in male dominated industries. Hosted by Founder of ZeroGap.co & best-selling author, Jacqueline V. Twillie. The focus of this podcast is on tools and strategies that help women enhance their leadership blueprint and embrace her power to effective in work and life. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
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THE PRICE OF PROCRASTINATION This is a very special episode of “The Winning Season” recorded by Jacqueline V. Twillie, host of the #WinningSeason Podcast for the private FB Community.  In this episode, our host stresses on how expensive the price of procrastination could be, and how, by the learnings from this podcast, one could fruitfully deal with it.  She tells us there are 3 areas where procrastination can hit on our lives and how they could strongly affect our productivity. The cost of procrastination as mentioned are:  1. Missed opportunities (10:10)  2. Finances (08:58)  3. Health and Personal well-being (13:04) Procrastination keeps you stuck at a place, perhaps by making you feel that even the other people around you aren’t doing anything. It is also important to know how to negotiate for your finances as and when needed. By procrastinating on how the outcome would have been, if you had negotiated, you’re keeping yourself stuck in your thoughts.  The host describes 3 worthwhile elements that would help you move past procrastination, having garnered sufficient experience helping others who’ve had to deal with the same.  These are 1. Eliminating excuses (18:15)  2. Getting yourself a partner /coach (20:45)  3. Rewarding good behavior (23:45) By being honest to yourself and having a level of self-awareness, you can very efficiently develop the ability to get win-win outcomes.  Getting a partner can help you stay accountable to yourself, could help pick you up when you laze around. Citing a famous quote by Zig Ziglar, which explains that you’re not always going to be motivated, Jaqueline tells us how a coach could help you stay on track. What distinguishes successful and unsuccessful people is that successful people do the things they need to do even when they do not feel like doing it, while unsuccessful people tend to brood over their lack of motivation. It is also very important to reward yourself for your success. The rewards need not be extravagant or expensive. Do anything which makes you happy!  Giving homework toward the close of the session, our host asks you to jot down the list of excuses you’ve been telling yourself all this time. Self-awareness could help you get out of it. “Level up! Do something to invest in yourself today!”  Highlights : 1. (05:05) ** - What to do when stuck and stressed  2. (07:20) ** - The cost of procrastination  3. (18:15) ** - Elements to move past procrastination  4. (16:55) ** - An inspiring story  5. (21:49) ** - Zig Ziglar’s famous quote  6. (23:05) ** - Difference between successful and unsuccessful people  7. (27:08) ** - Homework for today  8. (29:00) ** - Invest in yourself Let's talk if you need help going from stuck and stressed to #winningseasonhttps://letsmeet.io/zerogap/winningseasonrlppodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
This is a special episode of the Winning Season Podcast where we discuss how to overcome the expensive cost of procrastination.  The Price of Procrastination training was recorded live inside of the #WinningSeason Facebook group with host Jacqueline Twillie Let's talk if you need help going from stuck and stressed to #winningseason https://letsmeet.io/zerogap/winningseasonrlppodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Stuck and Stressed No More! Welcome to Winning Season  When we have problems and they seem like they're compounding, the process of actually putting it on a little sticky note helps you to acknowledge it, to move forward. So the first step to solving these problems is: Write them down and follow it up. Step two, make a plan. You want to make sure you have a date associated with it. Step three is to take action. This is where you get creative. This is where you think outside of the box. The next step is to believe in yourself. You have to believe that you have the knowledge, the skills, and you have enough grit to move forward. Step five, don't compare yourself to others.give yourself an extra dose of positivity. Key takeaways*  The first thing that you need to do if you're feeling stressed and stuck is don't ignore the problems. Write everything that's going.(3:49)  * Make a plan. (6:29)  * Take Action. (8:33)  * Believe in yourself. (11:44)  * Don't compare yourself to others. (15:11) Top Quotes  * Covid-19 has created a lot of anxiety and people are getting stressed out because things keep changing.  (2:00 ) * Don't overthink it. Pull out a little sticky note, and jot down everything that's going on. (5:10) * When you make a plan, you want to make sure you have a date associated with it. (6:57) * If you don't have a coach you're working with, get an accountability partner. (10:58) * In the moments where you feel stressed and you feel stuck and you're trying to get out of it. you have to give yourself an extra dose of positivity by reading and listening to things that encourage you. (15:39) Let's talk if you need help going from stuck and stressed to #winningseason https://letsmeet.io/zerogap/winningseasonrlppodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Jodi-Ann Burey is a speaker, writer, and equity advocate. Her work is grounded in centering the experiences of historically underrepresented communities and the systematic intersectional approaches needed to address inequities. She is currently working on her first book and podcast called Black Cancer, which explores the stories about women of color and healthcare.  “No More Secret Allies” Piece on LinkedIn - No More Secret Allies is a powerful piece Jodi Ann wrote on her LinkedIn Profile. She used this platform to express the accurate reflection of what she was feeling about people who are “secret allies” of the Racism Culture black folks have long endured. People who she calls “secret allies” are those who want to be allies with her but aren’t really part of the system. They are those people who are not willing to risk professional careers, losing relationships to fight for what they say they value. - She doesn’t need anger. She needs action. No More Secret Allies. Racism is a public health issue - Research studies show that the medical community think and feel that black people don’t feel pain or have high level of tolerance. Recalling Jodi Ann’s cancer journey, it took 3 years for her to get diagnosed, going in and out of doctors’ offices and convincing them that the pain that she was feeling was real. It was only after 3 years that she was told that she has a tumor in the spinal cord and that she needs surgery to be taken it out. - People create environments that make black people sick. Not because genetically black people are sick, they put factories to pollute the air in black and brown communities. There's a system that creates sickness in black people, not just environmentally, but also even in our offices. - Chronic racial stress that damages you physiologically that impacts what is actually physically happening in your body. Eradicating the Racism Issue - A whole system that needs to shift. We need to have a racial equity lens on all the decisions that we make that impact people of color. - The biggest work is for leaders and decision-makers who decide things around where businesses go, different policies around the environment should look at things through a racial equity lens. - Advocate for yourself and look for people who will advocate for you. Do research because that’s how you are going to advance as an individual in this system. Upcoming Book: Black Cancer - The book, Black Cancer talks about her journey of depression from heartbreak and how her cancer diagnosis saved her from that because it gave her something to fight for to want to live. - The book also talks about what it means to seek help. When you are a black woman, society and even you perceive yourself as strong. So how do strong people ask for help? How do strong people get help? Do you know how to help strong people? The book, Black Cancer will disrupt this idea of strong as something that protects you. Being strong is something that can also put you at risk because maybe you're not aware of when you need help. Podcast: Black Cancer - Guests invited are cancer survivors, people who are currently going through treatment, caregivers of family members who had their cancer journey, and those who lost loved ones due to cancer.  To follow Jodi Ann Burey’s work & advocacies, visit her website and socials for updates: http://jodiannburey.com/ LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jaburey Instagram: jodiannburey --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
This episode is part 3 of the series Moving Beyond Black Squares and Hashtags with guest Jazmine Reed-Clark.  Jazmine Reed-Clark is a writer and career coach who left her former industries of human resources and employee experience to be a corporate consultant and DEI advocate. Her most notable work has appeared in The Financial Diet, The Everygirl, and BYOB Revolt. While in HR, Jazmine founded Opendoor's People of Color employee resource group and cultivated their D&I programming. In this episode you'll hear more about: Practical pathways for Employee Resource Groups to support inclusion within the workplace The importance of diversity reports including transparency and revamping with data  Why cancel culture can be replaced with extending grace The powerful way to meet people where they are as it relates to race relations You can connect with Jazmine via her website (JazmineReedClark.com) or LinkedIn. Her email address is JazmineReedClark@Gmail.com. Articles Mentioned in this Episode The Cost of Code-Switching My Blacknesss is Not Sold Separately  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Robert H. Johnson Jr. Part 2 of the Special Series: Moving Beyond Black Squares and Hashtags Connect with Robert and RHJ Consulting online at https://www.rhjconsultinggroup.com/ Robert’s LinkedIn Profile linkedin.com/in/roberthjohnsonjr Twitter rhjconsulting --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
In this episode of the winning season podcast Robert H. Johnson Jr, shares tactical steps and a corporate roadmap to move beyond Black Squares and Hashtags. Jacqueline and Robert discuss his early career and the impact of Black Mentors How downsizing within an organization is a reset for individuals 3 Keys to Overcoming Adversity:  Strategy, Resilience, and Conscious Moments  The law of reciprocity in your career   Philosophy of the Pride Point Robert also breaks down the People, Process, and Performance Strategy.  We later talk about the myth of working 10X harder for black professionals.  For corporate leaders some of the most important takeaways in this episode may be found in the questions Robert presents to move beyond the social media statements towards the support of Black Lives.  The questions he presents are:  What do you want your companies legacy to be? What do you want your leadership legacy to be? How do I, as a leader want people to feel? How do I want them to know they are empowered? Once those questions are addressed Robert's playbook strategy is then to: Have an honest dialogue about the state of the world In the honest dialogue setting the ground rules that this space is not a feeling first dialogue Join the next episode of the Winning Season Podcast for part two of this conversation.  Connect with Robert and RHJ Consulting online at https://www.rhjconsultinggroup.com/ Robert’s LinkedIn Profile linkedin.com/in/roberthjohnsonjr Twitter rhjconsulting --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Beyond Black Squares and Hashtags is a special 4-part podcast Series featuring conversations to help organizations move forward in the movement of racial equality in the workplace. Let ZeroGap.co help you with your leadership development in a virtual environment www.zerogap.co --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Rochelle Porter has never met a blank surface she didn’t want to draw on. A lifelong lover of global design traditions, the Atlanta-based artist takes cues from the breezy hues of her Caribbean roots, the stark simplicity of Scandinavian design and the bold geometrics of West African weaves to create vibrant, eye-catching textiles for the home décor and apparel markets. Her travel-inspired patterns feature joyful, unexpected burst of color and classic motifs with a fresh, modern twist. Upon learning of the unethical and environmentally hazardous labor practices of today’s globalized “fast fashion” industry, Rochelle nearly abandoned her dream of becoming a designer. That is, until she figured out that style could also be sustainable. Combining her passion for patterns with her commitment to social responsibility, she formed Rochelle Porter Design (RPD), a lifestyle brand specializing in thoughtfully made, eco-friendly home and fashion accessories. True to its tagline, “Design for abundant living,” the company believes everyone along the value chain should have the chance to live well—from the farmer who picks the pesticide-free organic cotton for its textiles, to the customer who puts them on her sofa. RPD prioritizes fair pay, environmentally safe manufacturing, and the use of allergy-free organic and recycled materials whenever possible. Connect with Rochelle  https://www.instagram.com/roporterdesign/ https://linktr.ee/roporterdesign --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Delegate It, Seriously Let It Go This episode features a fun conversation with host Jacqueline Twillie and guest Porse Williams.  Porsche Williams is Founder and CEO of The Prototype - A Lifestyle Agency based in Dallas, TX. Founded in 2016, The Prototype provides Lifestyle Management & Personal Concierge service to busy professionals, corporate executives and community leaders who’s most valuable asset is their time. Each client is paired with a Lifestyle Manager that can run errands, take care of the household, and help with family planning and travel, among other tasks. Porsche’s passion for service stems from a long-term career in retail and customer service prior to starting The Prototype. During her career in luxury retail, Porsche was always selected as a Training Store Manager traveling all over the country to open new locations and host managers in her locations to provide training on products, service and POS systems. Porsche was also nominated for special projects with the buying team of Metropark USA, a contemporary clothing retailer. She was also selected to the Delight Team, a retail think tank, in partnership with HR and Customer Service Departments for Nestle Nespresso USA. In addition to retail, Porsche has a long history of working behind the scenes as a wardrobe stylist for prominent brands such as PEOPLE StyleWatch, Maxim Magazine, Ann Taylor LOFT, BCBG, Vince Camuto, Clinique, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Ted Baker and many others. Porsche also has a background in Event Planning with The Prototype and for Regus, the largest commercial office provider in the world. She’s an avid networker and often creates events and experiences to bring people together to foster business growth. Porsche has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She’s married and has 2 young children. Contact Information: Porsche Williams porsche@theprototype.net Website: www.theprototype.net LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/porsche-williams/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Do You Have a Personal Board of Directors? In this bonus episode of the Winning Season Podcast, Jacqueline shares the 5 types of people to have on your personal board of directors and how to cultivate the relationship to get them on board in assisting you.  Jacqueline Twillie is president of ZeroGap, a women’s leadership training and development firm that’s dedicated to closing the gender wage gap, so women can earn more of their true worth. ZeroGap serves its clients worldwide from Dallas Texas, in the U.S.A. Additional Resources   Jacqueline Twillie’s High-Value Leadership Course:  https://negotiatenow.thinkific.com   ZeroGap.Co Website www.zerogap.co   Jacqueline Twillie’s Website www.jacquelinetwillie.com  “Don’t Leave Money On The Table” Best Selling Negotiations Book https://amzn.to/2yxcNou  The Negotiation Workbook is on Amazon https://amzn.to/2BPhnQB   Connect with Jacqueline #JVTwillieTips #Leadership #Negotiation  LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jacquelinetwillie  Twitter www.twitter.com/jvtwillie    --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
This episode of the Winning Season podcast with Jacqueline Twillie features Julie Kratz is a TEDx speaker, inclusive leadership trainer, executive coach, author, and founder of Next Pivot Point. Julie develops inclusive workplace cultures through allyship across gender, race, and all dimensions of diversity. Get her book, Lead Like an Ally: A Journey Through Corporate America with Proven Strategies to Facilitate Inclusion https://amzn.to/3h9L9zZ Check out Julie's Website https://nextpivotpoint.com/ Connect with her on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliekratz/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
This has been an extremely heavy week between Amy Cooper going viral and the tragic death of George Floyd traumatic is the only word I can use to describe this week. As a black woman running a company, I have struggled with carrying on like nothing has happening numbing myself or expressing the trauma I, like others are experiencing.  This episode is deeply personal and raw - winning season is more than just a good time, it's about experiencing life with authenticity.  ~ Jacqueline V. Twillie, President at ZeroGap.co --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
In this episode of the Winning Season Podcast, Jacqueline shares, the best leaders have to be cool, calm and collected in difficult times, even when those times look nothing like your usual “normal”.  Episode 191: This is How Leaders Thrive During Coronavirus (And Beyond) To help leaders figure navigate through this difficult time, Jacqueline’s team picked 10 of the best leadership tips from Jacqueline’s YouTube series (“Leading through Crisis & Chaos” series) for this recap episode.  Download the bonus PDF for this episode at www.zerogap.co Jacqueline’s team found more than 10 tips, so this recap will feature an additional 3 bonus tips to help you take ownership of your future through this unprecedented time. These tips will help you navigate the unpredictable and chaotic job market, especially if your only job searching strategy is limited to applications and resumes. Tune in to get 13 tips to make proactive change through this challenging time, whether you are managing a team or building a new career.  Here’s a quick recap   Why boundaries are essential in an unpredictable time.  Why leaders (especially women) need to let go of the “disease to please” The importance of pausing and small talk during a stressful time  How to communicate effectively in a difficult time How much of your daily life is screen time?  Why now is the time to speak up  Thinking agile as a leader in a chaotic time  How to be a successful leader in unprecedented times  How to build your resilience as a leader (and a sneak peek at Jacqueline's new book)  Alicia Keys’ new book...and Jacqueline can’t wait to read it (and why you should read it too!)  How to job hunt in an uncertain environment  Download the bonus PDF for this episode at www.zerogap.co Conversation Highlights  {00:44] Quick example of setting boundaries you use as you work from home  [3:00] A simple story about connecting on a human level while working remotely  [4:00] Why you need to pause  [4:11] Is our screen time a problem?  [6:07] Why you need to speak up  [7:36] How to start each meeting during this crisis  [8:36] Thinking agile as a leader  [10:09] How to be a successful leader in difficult times  [10:37] Building your leadership resilience (and Jacqueline’s upcoming book especially for leaders)  [12:20} Demonstrating your values...without the office poster  [12:48] Alicia Keys' new book [17:40] Dealing with Interruptions  [19:19] Job search strategies  [23:11] Leadership self-care  Winning Season Leadership Quotes to Remember  “This is not a time to second guess yourself.”  “Now is not the time to be stuck in analysis paralysis.”  “The leaders who are navigating this difficult time are cool, calm, and collected.”  “So when you have an interruption...You have to clearly articulate to the team and to the people you work with directly, what things have stopped.” Important  Related Links Download the bonus PDF for this episode at www.zerogap.co Jacqueline Twillie’s website  www.jacquelinetwillie ZeroGap.co  “More Myself: A Journey” by Alicia Keys  Navigating the Career Jungle: A Guide for Young Professionals --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Fearless in The Face of Adversity! Jacqueline Twillie, host of the Winning Season podcast begins a new podcast series for women who work in male- dominated industry. The first of the series is a powerful lesson in the pursuit of being fearless even in the midst of adversity. Additional resources: Jacqueline Twillie’s High-Value Leadership Course: https://negotiatenow.thinkific.com/co... ZeroGap.Co Website www.zerogap.co Jacqueline Twillie’s Website www.jacquelinetwillie.com “Don’t Leave Money On The Table” Best Selling Negotiations Book https://amzn.to/2yxcNou Connect with Jacqueline LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jacquelinetwillie Twitter www.twitter.com/jvtwillie --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Leading Through Crisis : Screentime Reports  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Stop Wasting Your Time

Stop Wasting Your Time

2020-04-2320:10

Stop Wasting Your Time Podcast Episode Additional Resources:  Jacqueline Twillie’s High-Value Leadership Course:  https://negotiatenow.thinkific.com/co...  ZeroGap.Co Website www.zerogap.co  Jacqueline Twillie’s Website www.jacquelinetwillie.com  “Don’t Leave Money On The Table” Best Selling Negotiations Book https://amzn.to/2yxcNou  Connect with Jacqueline  LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jacquelinetwillie  Twitter www.twitter.com/jvtwillie   Jacqueline Twillie is president of ZeroGap, a women’s leadership training and development firm that’s dedicated to closing the gender wage gap, so women can earn more of their true worth. ZeroGap serves its clients worldwide from Dallas Texas, in the U.S.A.   #leadership #leaders #jvtwillietips --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
Many of us are navigating working a “new normal” during the COV-19 pandemic. In a time like this, it can be scary to think about negotiation things like salaries or job offers. That mindset, however, could lead to missed opportunities for you and the company or business that needs your value. In this special episode, Jacqueline chats with Mogul Millennial about the key tools you need to negotiate smartly. Jacqueline covers where people make mistakes in negotiating, the best time (and way) to negotiate, and her specific strategies for dealing with the unprecedented crisis of the coronavirus. Tune in to hear the advice Jacqueline gives to some of the most common questions job seekers and employees have when trying to negotiate for what they’re truly worth. Here’s a quick recap Most common negotiation mistake Why you should go to every negotiation prepared Why the first offer in a negotiation usually isn’t the best offer One of Jacqueline’s early negotiation mistakes as a new business owner How should I present my negotiation offer? What kind of questions should I ask during a negotiation? Why you need a written offer Should you rush when you have an offer? What if you’re asked about salary during a job interview? What else can I ask for in a job negotiation (besides money)? Negotiating relocation expenses The LATTE method for winning any negotiation Why you need to read the fine print in negotiation How your relationships impact your negotiation Conversation Highlights [2:39] Negotiation mistakes [4:35] Do I take the first offer just to get negotiation over with? [6:39] Negotiating with the right person [8:00] How to get your first win in any business negotiation [10:15] Getting that offer on paper [12:09] Negotiation and time [14:27] The “salary” question [16:52] Why you should negotiation during this pandemic [18:19] How to prove your worth during this crisis [21:25] Negotiating more than money [22:21] Negotiating your exit strategy [23:35] Relocation expense [25:16] Latte method [26:05] Financial costs to not reading the fine print [29:34] What if you need to go back and negotiate? [31:42] How early can you start negotiating? [36:46] What should I do if I mess up? [37:47] The power of relationships & networking [39:52] Can you build relationships cold? [41:27] What if your interviewer pushes back on your value [43:00] Proving your worth before you negotiate Power Leadership Quotes to Remember “The negotiation doesn’t truly begin until you have the offer.” “Negotiation is all having a conversation so that both parties can walk away with a win-win.” “If it’s not in black and white, it’s not true.” “If there’s no written offer, we have little factual information to go off of.” “Don’t be afraid to pause it [negotiation] for a few days.” “Networking can get you a hundred grand, hands down.” Important Links Don't Leave Money On The Table: Negotiation Strategies for Women Leaders in Male-Dominated Industries Navigating the Career Jungle: A Guide for Young Professionals Salary History Bans: A Running History of States and Localities That Have Outlawed Pay History Questions (Updated February 2020) #Dontleavemoneyonthetable 📚 #negotiationskills #crisisnegotiator --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
A new normal for working April 2020 This is the time to live out your company values. From the 2-minute leadership tip of the day series. Resources: Jacqueline Twillie’s High-Value Leadership Course: https://negotiatenow.thinkific.com/courses/womenleadership ZeroGap.Co Website www.zerogap.co Jacqueline Twillie’s Website www.jacquelinetwillie.com “Don’t Leave Money On The Table” Best Selling Negotiations Book https://amzn.to/2yxcNou Connect with Jacqueline LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/jacquelinetwillie Twitter www.twitter.com/jvtwillie Jacqueline Twillie is president of ZeroGap, a women’s leadership training and development firm that’s dedicated to closing the gender wage gap, so women can earn more of their true worth. ZeroGap serves its clients worldwide from Dallas Texas, in the U.S.A. #LeadershipDevelopment #Leading #LeadershipTips --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
How to get over self doubt and start the next chapter of your winning season. This podcast is for women leaders in male dominated industries. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerbanking/support
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