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In this episode, Jennifer McCann, MS, RDN, LD , Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Diabetes and Endocrinology Center of Ohio (DECO), Inc., teaches us how to implement a healthy lifestyle when you are busy, how to avoid the trap of diet culture, and how a healthy lifestyle can promote confidence. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyGet Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation GuidesConnect with Jennifer on LinkedInConnect with Maria on LinkedInAcademy of Nutrition and Dietetics website: DECO's WebsiteDECO'S FaceBookJennifer's Twitter and IG Jennifer's Email: jenm.nutrition@gmail.comBuilt Bars: use the coupon code JENMRDN for 10% off orders!
In this episode, Julia teaches us how to influence in negotiation as an introvert.  Request a WorkshopDownload Your Free Negotiation GuidesJulia's Website Connect with JuliaConnect With Katherine 
In this episode, Ellen Milnes, Director of Marketing at MoreSteam, teaches us how to use team tools to better promote confidence and  collaboration.Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyGet Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation GuidesMoreSteam.comConnect with EllenConnect with Maria
In this episode, a new member is introduced. Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyGet Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation GuidesConnect with MariaConnect with Katherine 
In this episode, Heather teaches us how to lead, manage, and participate in engaging conversations on Zoom.  Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyGet Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation GuidesHeather's WebsiteConnect with HeatherConnect with Katherine 
In this episode, Mala teaches us about how to negotiate cross culturally between western and eastern cultures. Connect with MalaBook: Beyond Wins: Eastern Mindset For Success in Daily Business NegotiationsDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideJustice GuideConnect With Katherine on LinkedIn
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In this episode we explore the perceptions of women when they display emotions, in particular crying, and the impact it has on your ability to lead and persuade. Deadline Approaching: How to Leverage Technology to Succeed in Your Online Negotiations [LIVE TRAINING]Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Download Your Negotiation Preparation GuideConnect With Katherine on LinkedInProfessor Kimberly Elsbach focuses her research on the acquisition and maintenance of organizational images, and identities and reputations, especially images of legitimacy, trustworthiness and creativity. She also teaches and studies negotiation skills in competitive business environments. Her research provides a framework for communicating with shareholders, customers and employees in the immediacy of a reputation crisis and through long-term recovery. In papers published in the Harvard Business Review and the Academy of Management Journal, Elsbach showed how Hollywood movie and television producers judge the creativity of people pitching story ideas.Elsbach has published extensively on organizational reputations and controversies. She has studied the impacts of telecommuting and how firms and employees have dealt with the transformation of their workplace from a traditional office to a “hoteling” environment, in which employee have no permanent offices and reserve workspaces on a daily basis.Elsbach is an International Research Fellow at the Centre for Corporate Reputation, Oxford University.Elsbach earned her Ph.D. in industrial engineering and engineering management from Stanford University. She earned both her M.S. and B.S. in industrial and management engineering from the University of Iowa.
In this episode, Jennifer teaches us how to create cultures of diversity and inclusion at work.Jennifer Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant, and author. Her work in talent management, human capital, and intersectional theory has redefined the boundaries of talent potential and company culture. Her bestselling book, Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace and The Will to Change creates the case for leaders to embrace the opportunity that diversity represents, for their own growth and for the success of their organizations.Jennifer is the host of the popular weekly podcast, The Will to Change, which uncovers true stories of diversity and inclusion. The podcast receives thousands of downloads each month and has featured multiple notable guests including NY-Times bestselling author Sally Hogshead; ex-NFL player, advisor, and consultant Wade Davis; Priya Parker, facilitator and author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet & Why It Matters; and theoretical neuroscientist Dr. Vivienne Ming.As the founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, Jennifer’s workplace strategies have been employed by some of the world’s biggest companies and nonprofits in order to help employees feel like they belong and can bring their full selves to work. As a successful LGBT entrepreneur, Jennifer has been featured in media such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, AdWeek, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Inc., CBS, and many more.Jennifer has spoken at many top conferences and events such as the International Diversity Forum, the Global D&I Summit, the Forum for Workplace Inclusion, the NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference, the Out & Equal Workplace Summit, Emerging Women, SHE Summit, Responsive, the Better Man Conference, INBOUND, Interbrand’s Best Global Brands event, as well as at organizations such as Allstate, Pepsico, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the NBA, Google, IBM, and many more.In the past several years, Brown has been named Woman of the Year by Pace University, Social Entrepreneur of the year by the NYC National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO),one of the Top 40 Outstanding Women by Stonewall Community Foundation, and NYC Controller Bill Thompson’s LGBT Business Owner of the Year. She has also been a finalist for both the Wells Fargo Business Owner of the Year Award and for the Ernst & Young’s Winning Women Program.Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Find More With Jennifer How to Be an Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures Where Everyone Can ThriveBook: Inclusion: Diversity, the New Workplace & the Will to ChangePodcast: The Will to ChangeDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideConnect With Katherine on LinkedIn
In this episode, Sara Laschever discuses the research behind why women are held back in our negotiations and what we can do to be successful. A leading authority on the challenges that shape women’s lives and careers, Sara Laschever is the co-author, with Linda Babcock, of the groundbreaking books Women Don’t Ask: The High Cost of Avoiding Negotiation—and Positive Strategies for Change and Ask for It! How Women Can Use the Power of Negotiation to Get What They Really Want. She has written extensively about women in business, women in literature and the arts, women in academia, and women in the sciences. Her work has been published by The New York Times, The Harvard Business Review, The Guardian, The New York Review of Books, Vogue, Glamour, and many other publications. Sara worked as a research associate and principal interviewer for Project Access, a landmark Harvard University study that explored impediments to women’s careers in science, and is a founding faculty member of the Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women. She also served as Senior Fellow at the Center for Work-Life Policy (now the Center for Talent Innovation) and as academic coordinator for the Inaugural WIN Summit, a national conference focused on helping women learn to negotiate. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Learn More About SaraBook: Women Don't AskBook: Ask For ItDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideConnect With Katherine on LinkedIn
In this episode, Julia teaches us how to find success within our company's culture and how your gut instinct can help you. ***Personal Note: My sincerest apologies for the audio quality. The audio testing before recording was clean, so I am still looking into how I can improve your listening experience. We cleaned the audio as much as possible. That being said, the content from Julia is fantastic and we hope you enjoy it. Learn More About the Online Course [How to Find Confidence in Conflict]Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Connect with JuliaGet Julia's Book: Insider SecretsConnect With Katherine on LinkedIn
In this episode, Dr. Becky Badawy teaches us how to use influence and social power at any stage and how the imposter syndrome ties in to our ability to be influential. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Learn More About Dr. BadawyDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideConnect With Katherine on LinkedIn
In this episode, Melissa teaches us how to fix the broken rung and move up the corporate ladder.Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Connect With Melissa LeanIn Study: Women in the Workplace 2019Download Your Negotiation Preparation GuideMelissa Hereford, founder of Negotiate With Confidence, brings 22+ years of speaking and training to your organization. Melissa has taught sales people, procurement and internal team members how to talk to one another (aka negotiate!) to get things done.After working with hundreds of sales people in Fortune 500 companies such as Hewlett-Packard, GE, Sherwin Williams, Oracle, Cisco, Owens Corning, Allergan, DuPont, and Unilever (to name a few) over 22+ years, she knows how to keep an audience engaged.Melissa brings her own negotiation stories to the group, the failures and successes, that creates an authentic connection with and among the group.
In this episode, Brooke teaches us the importance of moving away from the "fix the women" mindsetRequest a Custom Workshop For Your Company Connect With BrookeLearn more about BrookeDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideDr. Brooke A. Gazdag has devoted the last decade as a researcher and trainer to the topics of leadership, diversity and negotiations. Originally from Western New York, she moved directly after her doctorate to Munich, Germany to continue her research and teaching to help people become better leaders and negotiators in order to effectively shape and improve their personal and professional lives. Brooke has presented to audiences all over the world from the US, across Europe as well as in Asia and Australia.
In this episode, Karen teaches us how to negotiate in real estate.Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Connect With Karen: 5 Minute SuccessKaren's BooksConnect With Karen (Real Estate)Download Your Negotiation Preparation GuideKaren Briscoe is the creator of the 5 Minute Success concept. She regularly speaks on a national and local level on the best of  5 Minute Success. Further she is the host of the weekly 5 Minute Success podcast which has an amazing array of guests who achieve success at a high level in business and life.   She has completed the John Maxwell Team Certification Program for Coaching, Speaking and Training.Karen is a frequent guest on other podcasts that focus on entrepreneurial, success and motivation, as well as real estate related topics.  Further, she is a contributing author to real estate media outlets INMAN and Real Trends.Karen Briscoe is principal owner of the Huckaby Briscoe Conroy Group (HBC) with Keller Williams, located in McLean, Virginia. The HBC Group has been recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of the 250 Top Realtor® teams in the United States. Since 1977, HBC Group has sold more than 1,500 homes valued at more than $1.5 billion. The team consistently sells over one hundred residential properties annually, ranging from multi-million-dollar luxury estates to condominiums and townhomes. Primary market areas include Northern Virginia, suburban Maryland, and Washington, DC.Karen began her real estate career developing residential lots with the Trammell Crow Company in Dallas, Texas. In Northern Virginia, she worked in commercial real estate with The Staubach Company prior to entering residential sales. Karen earned a Master’s degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and received her BA from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri—her hometown.She attributes her life worth living to God, her husband Andy, children Drew and Callie, her family and countless friends and business associates. Her family is actively involved at Trinity United Methodist Church in McLean, Virginia.
In this episode, Monique teaches us how to redefine conflict for success. Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Connect With MoniqueLearn more about Monique: Articulate PersuasionMore about Conflict: Thomas KilmannDownload Your Negotiation Preparation GuideMonique Maley, is the president and founder of Articulate Persuasion. She is an experienced, sought-after Consultant, Coach and Speaker who works at the intersection of Leadership and Language and delights in helping professionals scale their companies and careers through Rapid Growth by scaling their leadership alongside their organization. Monique began her professional life as a classically trained actor, yet understands entrepreneurs and CEOs because she has experienced the challenges of successfully leading organizations first hand.Monique provides current and future leaders with the insights, skills and strategies to connect with others, articulate their vision and value and embody a strong and authentic leadership style.She worked for more than 15 years in the theater and film industry in both the U.S and in London. Monique has also founded and grown two successful companies before deciding to start Articulate Persuasion. Since founding the company in 2011 she has been fortunate to consult with Fortune 500 companies and high profile professionals from around the world. Some of her clients include Whole Foods, HP, Spredfast, Dress for Success, TechStars, Tufts University, Dunkin Brands and the Austin Chamber of Commerce. She has a particular passion for elevating female executives into the C-Suite and the Boardroom.Bilingual and bicultural, Monique is a fluent Spanish speaker. She graduated from Tufts University in Boston and currently resides in Washington DC,  although her business spans the globe.
In this episode Veronica teaches us where to begin with asking. Veronica Cravener is the Small Claims and Mediation Supervisor at the Franklin County Municipal Court.  In her role, Veronica mediates various civil case types for the Court and supervises the Court’s mediation programs which utilize online dispute resolution in addition to other participation options.  Her previous ADR roles include teaching Alternative Dispute Resolution as an adjunct faculty member at Columbus State Community College and mediating eviction cases at the Franklin County Municipal Court as a mediator for Community Mediation Services of Central Ohio.  Veronica received her J.D. from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and her B.B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company Connect With VeronicaDownload Your Negotiation Preparation Guide
In this episode, Susan teaches us how to prepare for the unprepared questions we get asked during negotiations that can throw us off. Susan Borke is the owner and principal of BorkeWorks. She is also an attorney and media company executive with 30 years of experience in business affairs of multimedia organizations, including a strong background in legal and financial administration as well as management of attorney and non-attorney professionals. She has been teaching effective negotiating techniques to business people for over 25 years.Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company More About SusanDownload Your Negotiation Preparation Guide
Welcome to the Ask With Confidence podcast! In this episode, you get to learn all about me, your host, and why we're here!Request a Custom Workshop For Your Company More about KatherineConnect with KatherineDownload Your Negotiation Preparation Guide
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