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Whether we’re talking about social, environmental, or fiduciary responsibilities, there’s a great discussion to be had around the impact of each - and how to lead our teams to prioritize and balance all three!  It’s time to talk about that triple bottom line.  In today’s episode, I invite mission-driven strategist & VP of Business Development and Healthcare, Urvashi Bhatnagar, to talk about leadership innovation in the healthcare sector, and everything from the environment and our social equity impact, our required corporate and fiduciary responsibilities, and how we can lead better in all these important areas to help each other - and the world.  Ready for a fascinating discussion on the intersection between our social and corporate responsibilities as leaders? Let’s go to the show! We dive into: Urvashi’s career journey and mission for every company to understand the important responsibility towards human health How considering the social, environmental & fiduciary factors as leaders can benefit your career and team Corporate success & acknowledging the people who drive it - how this has shifted in the last decade The intersection between healthcare sustainability and data analytics & the data-driven approach to “perks” Why the worst & best piece of advice she’s ever been given were both around salary negotiation And so much more   **Useful links** Connect with today’s guest, Urvashi Bhatnagar: Connect with Urvashi at:  LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/urvashibhatnagarmba/  Twitter: : https://twitter.com/Urvi_Bhatnagar?lang=en  Buy the book ‘The Sustainability Scorecard’: https://www.amazon.com/Sustainability-Scorecard-Implement-Unexpected-Solutions/dp/1523093781  https://tonicollis.com/episode127  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Does it feel like you’re constantly defending yourself at work? This can turn into a downward spiral of defensiveness that can be very draining (for you and your team) and unhelpful for your career progress.  But did you know there are some tested tools and techniques to help you with this? (It’s true, my love - I’ve helped clients with this very thing!)  Let’s talk about what to do if you’re feeling defensive at work.  In today’s episode, I’m sharing my biggest takeaways on defensiveness in the workplace - how it manifests in our leadership & teams, the psychology of what’s going on, and my favorite tips for tackling it.  Ready to break the cycle and feel calmer and happier in your career?  Let’s go to the show! I dive into: The defensiveness spiral, what it is & how to shift out of it My favorite tools and techniques for MORE collaboration and LESS defensiveness in your career How unconscious bias & imposter syndrome are related and what to shift here to become less defensive One of the BEST ways to diagnose defensiveness My TOP TIPS to help you deal with difficult colleagues and react better to feedback & bad news Why I want you to prioritize THIS for 1 month to tackle defensive behavior And more   **Useful links** If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode126 Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
The ability to reframe is a powerful tool. Did you know you can actually use it to become a better leader? Let’s talk about the power of reframing and how you can shift your perspective to have a bigger, more positive impact on your team & career!  In today’s episode, I invite leadership coach, author, and keynote speaker, Lia Garvin (aka The Queen of Reframing), to share the practical ways you can use the art of reframing in your career to shift your thoughts, insights, and ideas to feel more optimistic about your work - and become a better leader.  Ready for the tool you need to help you and your team break through to that next level? Let’s go to the show! We dive into: Lia’s career journey - leaving Google & the weeds of the corporate world to launch her consulting business (and why she loves working with teams in tech) What reframing is, and some examples of how to use this tool in your career How to use the lens of empathy to actually solve your problems faster! Lia’s TOP TIPS to help improve your team’s overall performance How to shape the narrative of your work - and why this will help you gain more traction Why Lia thinks THIS could be the worst advice for your future career trajectory And more   **Useful links** Connect with today’s guest, Lia Garmin, at: W: https://www.liagarvin.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liagarvin/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/lia.garvin Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode125  Want to learn more about positive psychology? Check out Episode 124 - How positive psychology can make you a better leader Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Part of your role as a leader is to care about your team’s performance, right? What if I told you there’s a proven way to build a happier and more optimistic team, and by extension, better performance? Let’s talk about how positive psychology can make your team sparkle, and make YOU a better leader! In today’s episode, I’m diving into positive psychology - what it is, its role in the workplace, and my TOP 7 TIPS for using it to build flourishing, enjoyable & productive teams and to uplevel your own leadership.  Ready for the positive psychology techniques you need to become a better leader? Let’s go to the show! I dive into: Positive psychology - what it really is & how you can use it to uplevel your career 7 TIPS to help you roll out positive psychology in your daily leadership Institutional positive psychology and its role in leadership & workplace culture Helping your team build happiness and optimism (learned optimism is a thing, my love!) And more   **Useful links** Shortcut your route to Executive Presence success at https://tonicollis.com/ep  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode124   Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Did you know that you can contribute to improving culture in the tech industry? You absolutely can, my love! Let’s talk about the practical things you can do daily to create an extraordinary culture that lifts everyone up. This week, I invite Jen Paxton, VP of People at Smile, HR/recruitment leader, and co-founder of Jamyr, to talk about people operations and how to create better cultures. Whether you’re a leader or head of people (like Jen!), this episode is gold if you want to foster a great culture of feedback, build great communities, and have a team that is working FOR you rather than against you.  Ready to build connections and relationships with people that will serve you, your organization, and your leadership career? Let’s go to the show! We dive into: Jen’s career journey and passion for facilitating people ops in organizations Transitioning from a support role to becoming a founder - why now, and how she did it! The BIGGEST differentiator between tech and other industries when it comes to people operations What you can do to make a positive impact if you’re seeing toxicity play out in your workplace (and how to know if it’s time to leave) Jen’s TOP TIPS to improve the culture experience for your team How you can leverage the people ops department in your organization to uplevel your leadership Her BEST negotiation advice if you’re considering an offer right now (and why you want to leverage THIS) And more   **Useful links** Find out more about today’s guest, Jen Paxton, and connect with her: Connect with Jen:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenpaxton/  Find out more about Smile.io and jamyr.com  If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode123  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Negotiation. (I know, even reading the word can bring some discomfort). But no matter how you feel about it, great negotiation skills are a KEY to making sure you get what you need at work (and in life)! So, whether negotiation stirs some major anxiety, or you’re simply looking to uplevel your skills - this one’s for you.  In today’s episode, I’m sharing my favorite tips & tools to help you get more comfortable with negotiation so you can get the things that you want. Ready to grab that senior-level position, get that well-deserved salary bump, or start negotiating deals like the amazing leader you are?  Let’s go to the show!  I dive into: My TOP 4 tips to improve your actual negotiation skills One KEY tactic in negotiating a salary bump Creating a successful preparation process for any negotiation A few things to remember that are true for ALL negotiations My favorite mindset tip to help you with your next negotiation And more   **Useful links** Referenced Episode: 096: Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable Need to uplevel your emotional awareness, resilience and executive presence? Sign up for the Executive Presence Training Pack.  Interested in finding out more about Toni’s Monday Planning ritual? Join our monthly membership — Lit Up Leadership Academy — and start implementing it today (and get the coaching to help you stay on track).  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode122  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Whether you’re in engineering, working alongside engineering teams, or you’re just looking to uplevel your career in tech - I have a treat for you this week, my love!  Today, I invite three extraordinary and powerful leaders in the tech industry to talk about their unique experiences building great engineering teams. Join us as Jossie, Kathryn & Sushma share their approaches to getting ahead as engineering leaders, and how to build better relationships with these important teams in your own organization.  Ready to learn more about how engineering interacts with the rest of the organization - and gain some powerful leadership tools along the way? Let’s go to the show!  We dive into: How these incredible women became VPs of engineering - and why they do what they do! 4 key metrics you can use to highlight how engineering is moving towards company goals How to make sure the engineering team supports business strategy (even when the rest of the organization may not fully understand what they do!) One VITAL piece to building good communication between engineering and the rest of the organization Their BEST advice to help you on your path to VP! And so much more!   **Useful links** Book recommendations: Accelerate: Building and Scaling High Performing Technology Organizations, by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble & Gene Kim Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow by Matthew Skelton & Manuel Pais If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode121  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Ever felt frustrated by an executive decision that you didn’t understand? (I’ve been there, my love!) Executive decision-making can be difficult to navigate. Whether you’re the executive who is making the decisions, an aspiring executive, or you’re simply working with them - there are ways to improve this process so it works for the entire team (and gets you further in your career)! In today’s episode, I’m digging into how to better understand what’s driving executive decision-making and the areas to focus on so you can get better at interfacing with them, and even help them make better decisions that work for you!  Ready to improve cooperation, get rid of the confusion and frustration you’re feeling with your executives, and improve your career? Let’s go to the show!  I dive into: What could be driving the executive decision-making in your organization My BEST TIPS for improving the decision-making process (whether you’re an executive, or just aiming to uplevel your career) How to navigate a boss with a lack of confidence & exit strategy The 4 different decision-making styles and how they can help you speak your executive’s language! Some actions steps to take if you want to improve your decision-making as an executive My BIGGEST mindset tip around executive decision-making And more   **Useful links** Join the Women Leader’s Empowerment Summit this week: https://bit.ly/wles2022   If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode120 Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Struggling to find success AND joy in your career? It might be time to develop a new relationship with work & success.  (Because the truth is, my love, success is NOT a destination - it’s a feeling!)   Let’s talk about the “Success Wound” and the role it might be playing in your leadership and career.  In today’s episode, I invite career coach for conscious female leaders, Brooke Taylor, to dive into this powerful idea of the “Success Wound”, how it could be holding you, your team & your organization back from TRUE success, and the ways you can contribute to changing the corporate landscape for the better.    Ready to let go of the baggage and define success on your own terms? Let’s go to the show!    We dive into: Brooke’s career history and discovering what success means to her The Success Wound - what it is & healing from it! Some of the factors in sexual harassment going unaddressed in the workplace Brooke’s corporate life, history with addiction, and her recovery The #1 reason people left their jobs during the pandemic How to identify your own success wound so you can find true success in your career Brooke’s BEST mindset tip to help you in your leadership journey And more   **Useful links** Find out more and sign up for the Women’s Empowerment Summit at: https://offers.moiralethbridge.com/women-leader-empowerment-summit  Find out more about today’s guest Brooke Taylor at: W: www.brooketaylorcoaching.com   IG: @brookevtaylor  And get started with her unstuck guide at www.brooketaylorcoaching.com/unstuck If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode119  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
We’re back for the third and final part of our special 3-part series on being the only woman in the room!   Did you know you can actually enjoy being the only woman in the room? (I know this can be triggering because this is NOT the ideal scenario, but there are some silver linings!) In today’s episode, Micha and I dive into the opportunities that come with being the only woman in the room and how you can shift your thinking around this to start approaching your career as a woman in tech with more optimism.  Ready to get inspired and leverage some of the opportunities available to you, my love?   Let’s go to the show! We dive into: The BIGGEST opportunities of being the only woman in the room (and how to leverage them) Our surprising “is there a positive side to being the only woman in the room?” poll results The pros & cons of being underestimated as a woman in tech Understanding the difference between “I love being the only woman in the room” vs. “I want to stay the only woman in the room” Being held to a higher standard - and finding the silver lining here! And more **Useful links** This is the third and final part of a special 3-part series on being the only woman in the room. Catch the rest of the episodes here: Episode 116: The problem with being the only woman in the room with Micha Goebig Episode 117: Being the only woman in the room executive leadership discussion Episode 118: The upside of being the only woman in the room with Micha Goebig  If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode118  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
We’re back for part 2 of our special 3-part series on being the only woman in the room!   Because, yes - being the only woman in the room can be tough.    BUT it can also get better!   This week, Micha and I invite a panel of four extraordinary women in tech to join us for an executive leadership discussion. We dive deeper into this important issue and discuss the benefits and opportunities of “being the only woman”, some of our BEST tips and advice for excelling as women in tech, and a quickfire question round to give you some powerful insights you can use to uplevel your leadership and career.  Ready for things to get better? (It is SO possible, my love.)   Let’s go to the show!  We dive into: A quick look at our amazing panel & their achievements (this will inspire you) The opportunities to being the only woman in the room - yes, you read that right! Our FAVORITE TIPS for excelling in your career as a woman in tech (or any other marginalized group) The BEST (and worst) advice these powerful and amazing ladies have been given Shining a light - who is inspiring them right now The BIGGEST mindset shifts you can make to uplevel your career as a woman in tech And more   **Useful links** This is the second of a special 3-part series on being the only woman in the room. Catch the rest of the episodes here: Episode 116: The problem with being the only woman in the room with Micha Goebig Episode 117: Being the only woman in the room executive leadership discussion COMING SOON Episode 118: The upside of being the only woman in the room with Micha Goebig  If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode117  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Truth is, it’s tough being the only woman in the room.  We have to overcome some unique challenges to elevate our careers -    Being seen and not heard Doing more than our male peers Sexism & microaggressions Lack of role models   But don’t worry too much, my love. Because my guest, Micha Goebig, and I are here to help with our 3-part series on being the only woman in the room!  Today for part 1, we are diving into the problem with being the only woman in the room. We’re sharing the FOUR blocks that could be keeping you from enjoying and excelling in your leadership career (and what to do about them!) because we know it can feel lonely and frustrating - but you do NOT need to apologize for feeling that way. We are with you, and we have some tips! Ready for the tools you need to excel as the only woman in the room?   Let’s go to the show! We dive into: The FOUR barriers we experience as female leaders - and what to do about them! What it really means to be “the only woman in the room” The surprise results of our poll “what is the greatest challenge about being the only woman in the room?” TWO important things you can start doing to make sure your voice is heard Proof over promise - working harder than your male peers Our superpower as female leaders (and why I DON’T want you to be more like your male peers!) The 3 BIGGEST things you can do to overcome these blocks to your female leadership And more   **Useful links** This is the first of a special 3-part series on being the only woman in the room. Catch the rest of the episodes here: Episode 116: The problem with being the only woman in the room with Micha Goebig COMING SOON Episode 117: Being the only woman in the room executive leadership discussion COMING SOON Episode 118: The upside of being the only woman in the room with Micha Goebig  If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode116  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Curious about Agile or the role of a transitioning CTO?  Let’s talk about the role Agile can play in improving your team’s performance!   In today’s episode, I am joined by another fabulous woman in tech, Donell Peters, who clearly displays that our careers are never set in stone. She shares her experiences as a fractional CTO, using Agile to successfully improve teams (and the biggest challenges to this process), and her favorite tips and tricks to improve your leadership.    Ready to uplevel your team’s overall performance? Let’s go to the show! We dive into: Donell’s exciting career journey (and how she got started with Hewlett Packard in high school!) How Agile improves overall team performance The role of a transitioning CTO - and how to get started if you’re interested in a role like this Donell’s advice for a simple and effective way to shift your mindset  The BIGGEST challenges to an Agile rollout - and how to overcome them And more **Useful links** Catch up with today’s guest Donell at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donellpeters/  Find out more about Crosslake at: https://crosslaketech.com/  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode115  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
FOOMO - no, it’s not a typo and yes, it’s a thing!  Let’s talk about if FOOMO is holding you back in your life and career.   In today’s episode, I’m diving into FOOMO - the ways it can be a damaging, yet prevalent issue to your thinking as a leader, and how to release yourself from it so you can stop holding yourself back from true progress in your career.  Ready to stop FOOMO in its tracks and get the attention you deserve in your career?   Let’s go to the show! I dive into: What FOOMO is - and why you should care! How to know if you’re experiencing FOOMO (and what to do about it) My TOP TIPS if your people-pleasing/empathy is getting in the way of your leadership or career progression The questions to ask yourself to find out how FOOMO is playing out in your life & career Why I want you to practice this mindset tip around the word NO And more   **Useful links** If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode114  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
There is more than one path to senior leadership in the tech industry and (just a quick reminder, my love) you don’t have to be perfect to get there. Let’s talk about the non-traditional route to executive leadership - and doing it all while overcoming perfectionism!   In today’s episode, I invite the VP of Strategy at Axio, Jennifer Moll, to discuss her non-traditional journey to her current role in tech and how she has developed a healthier version of what perfection means to her.  Ready to learn how to prioritize progress over perfection and uplevel your career?   Let’s go to the show!  I dive into: Jen’s non-traditional path to becoming VP of Strategy - and some lessons she’s learned along the way! A foundational moment that shifted her career toward the strategy side The TWO important skills that contribute to her reputation as a problem-solver Overcoming perfectionism (and redefining perfection altogether!) Her #1 piece of advice for you if you’re considering an executive position Tips to help you expand your network (especially if you don’t do well networking in person) And more   **Useful links** Connect with Jen and find out more about her work at Axio: ​​Connect with Jen: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-a-moll/ Find out more about Axio:  https://www.linkedin.com/company/axio/ axio.com Follow Axio on Twitter: https://twitter.com/axio If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode113  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Here’s the thing about recognition, my love. If you’re not openly sharing about the amazing work you’re doing or the impact you’re making, it’s likely that you won’t be recognized for it by others. This means that even if you’re doing amazing work (which you are!), it may go unnoticed because you aren’t celebrating yourself.   So, how do you get out of the cycle of downplaying yourself and not speaking up? In today’s episode, I’m diving into openly celebrating our achievements and getting our much-deserved recognition at work. I discuss the consequences of not celebrating yourself in your career and some helpful tools to break the cycle and start owning your abilities.  Ready to celebrate how amazing you are?   Let’s go to the show! I dive into: Why you might not be getting recognition at work - and what to do about it! The 2 BIGGEST consequences of talking yourself down Some simple steps to help you start celebrating yourself and your team Why THIS could cost you your next promotion (and what to do instead) And more   **Useful links** Find out more about the 12-week year in episode 108 of the podcast: https://tonicollis.com/episode108  Find out more about the Lit Up Leadership Academy here.  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode112  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
Does a toxic work environment have you questioning your career? Have a racist or sexist boss? Do you want to do something about it, but not sure where to start?  I wish there weren’t a need to tackle this, my love! But it’s so important as women in tech that we know how to protect ourselves.   Let’s talk about access to legal services in your career and what you need to know about your workplace rights. In today’s episode, I invite my friend, Danae Shell, co-founder and CEO of Valla, to share her nuggets of wisdom on sorting workplace issues (even if you don’t have money for a lawyer!) and how to understand your own rights so you can have more choice in your career.  Ready to feel empowered to tackle any workplace issue?   Let’s go to the show! We dive into: Helping women & marginalized groups access legal services in their careers Some powerful examples of Valla’s tools to help you stand up to a toxic boss Discrimination First Aid - and how this training can help you The 3 stages of sorting through a toxic workplace issue Advice on your next step if you are experiencing a toxic work environment And so much more   **Useful links** Find out all about Danae, her work at Valla and Discrimination First Aid: Connect with Danae on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danaeyshell/  Check out Valla: https://valla.law  Discrimination First Aid training https://valla.uk/discrimination-first-aid-training  Book: The Good Ally by Nova Reid (Get it at Waterstones here or at Barnes & Noble here) Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode111    Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
If you’re working on your executive presence right now, are wanting to build consistency in your habits, processes, and ultimately your success, this is for you!  In today’s episode, I share with you the truth behind becoming consistent and having the ability to stand out and be noticed for being good at something. By cultivating self-responsibility and consistency, I break down how to use your brainpower to achieve success and what this can mean in all areas of your life.    Ready to figure out what you can do, how to do it and the mindset work that might be holding you back in achieving your success? Let’s go to the show!   I’m diving into: How to use consistency to drive your success  Key core processes that must be consistent so it can become easy Determining which habits you’ve gone overboard with  A core component of executive presence Why I believe self-accountability is better than accountability from a Coach How to notice triggers that take you off track Key steps you can use today to build momentum with your habits And more   **Useful links** Find out all the details on Lit Up Leadership Academy at: https://tonicollis.com/academy  Ready to uplevel your Executive Presence? Check out my mini-course: https://tonicollis.com/shop/exec-presence  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode110  Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
If you’re curious about web3, cryptocurrency, blockchains, or NFTs - this one’s for you, my love!    In today’s episode, I invite Danver Chandler, Head of Community at Synesis One, to share her passion for breaking barriers and enabling the direct participation and creation of benevolent AI for humanity. We break down the lingo, dive into the reputation & possible regulation of crypto, and some powerful ways you can enter this space as a female leader in the tech industry.  Ready to learn more about this new world of crypto & web3 - and what it means for us as women in tech? Let’s go to the show!  We dive into: Danver’s career journey to blockchain & joining the team behind Synesis One The lingo breakdown - blockchain, crypto, NFTs & web3 A look at the unfortunate reputation of cryptocurrency Regulation on crypto - do we need it? Crypto and climate change Making AI less biased (and how you can contribute!) Danver’s mindset tip to help more women enter the crypto space And more   **Useful links** Connect with Danver at: Connect with Danver on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danverc/ Check out Synesis One: www.synesis.one  Want to contribute to improving AI? Get started straight away here:  https://discord.gg/synesisone If you are ready to uplevel your career, and get a boost (and a salary bump) by shortcutting your way to success, find out more about Toni’s Coaching at: https://tonicollis.com/workwithtoni  Alternatively, go straight ahead and book a free Discovery Call, to find out more and discuss the type of support you would most benefit from: https://bit.ly/DiscoverToni  Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode109    Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
108: The 12-week Year

108: The 12-week Year

2022-07-1924:53

Want to achieve more in your year than you’ve ever thought possible? Let’s talk about the 12-week year, and how this type of attitude towards achievement can help you do it - without all the stress and hustle! In today’s episode, I’m sharing my approach to the 12-week year, how I execute it in my own business and the tools to help you do the same so you can increase productivity and move your career forward toward your big & small goals.  Ready for the approach you need to operate more strategically? Let’s go to the show! I dive into: The 12-week year and how to use it effectively to achieve more in your career! A simple, 3-step process to help you execute your 90-day plan Why the best execution models do THIS every 12 weeks Choosing the most effective cycle based on the size of your goals (4, 6, or 12 weeks) And more **Useful links** Want to find more useful tips to get to grips with what really matters? Check out Episode 104: Why You Need to Delete 80% of Your To-Do List Catch the show notes, and more details about today's episode here: https://tonicollis.com/episode108 Join the Leading Women in Tech community in Slack where we discuss all-the-things for women’s tech leadership, covering everything from early-career leadership to C-level executives.
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