COVID-19 has greatly changed the way we network—requiring us to be more innovative than ever, especially with our use of technology. So, how should you think about building a strong personal brand in this new environment? In this episode, Yai Vargas,
Hear from a legendary educator—and the mother of three CEOs—in this month’s episode of Women Amplified. Some would say that Esther Wojcicki is the rainmaker of success – she knows how to raise, educate and manage others so they reach their highest pote...
This episode will make you feel GOOD—and we’ve got some exciting Conference news, too! Tune in. Take an exciting and inspirational journey with Eat, Pray Love phenomenon Elizabeth Gilbert in this episode of Women Amplified.
Making a career pivot can be scary and paralyzing, especially when events transpire that force an unexpected transition. Covid-19 has left many with lost jobs and time to reflect and reevaluate life and priorities.
It’s no secret that women of color face some unique career challenges, even in companies that have diversity initiatives in place. But what these challenges are, and what strategies can be used to help overcome them,
Get up close and personal with two-time National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward. In this episode of Women Amplified, we explore writing as a vehicle to give a voice to others past and present. Ward’s powerful insights, however,
In this special episode, Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, talks with guest host Laysha Ward, executive vice president and chief external engagement officer for Target, about her new book, Brave, Not Perfect.
Life looks different right now and concerns over money and future financial stability are high. But that doesn’t make you powerless. This episode features economist and author Teresa Ghilarducci, who offers invaluable and actionable ways you can take c...
"If you're naturally one of those super, über-productive people who are wondering why in the world you're not getting a ton done or how to get it done, take a couple deep breaths. Reset your nervous system."
Michelle King, Director of Inclusion for Netflix, says we don’t need to fix women, we need to fix work—for the sake of women, men and the future of innovation.