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14: All the Feelings

Many of us dream of being able to deliver a great speech that inspires people to do the unthinkable. But the reality is that often we walk onto a stage or into a presentation a jittery mess, full of nerves and anxiety which of course then causes us to forget every amazing point we were going to make. Guest Brittany Rabena Wolf joins us to discuss what to do when you have All the Feelings at the worst moment and in the worst way (shaky voice, hives, sweating). For more information about this...


13: Feedback Framework

Giving feedback has the opportunity to build someone up but if not done properly, it has the ability to turn someone’s day or week upside down. But with all that we have on our plates, many of us aren’t carving out the time and opportunities to give powerful, meaningful positive or corrective feedback, that can help those around us. And even if we do have the time, do we even know that we are delivering the feedback in a way that will really set someone up for success? This week on What...


12: Intent vs Impact

We’ve all heard the saying “lost in translation” but what about when things get lost in their delivery? How do you make sure that when you have a difficult conversation with someone, your message is delivered and received? On this week’s episode of What Would She Do, we are going to tackle one of the most important lessons I’ve ever learned in my career; the difference between intent versus impact and the importance of keeping these two things aligned. For more information about this topic...


11: Can Women Have it All?, volume 1

As young girls, we grew up thinking we were going to get married, have careers where we were a part of the executive team, we were going to have families, be fit, have children, and be happy. It didn’t take long in our 20’s to realize that doing all of this at once, or even at all, may be close to impossible. So, what’s the impact on us and what is the impact to future generations? Guest Christine Fitts comes back to the studio to discuss and debate whether Women Can Have It All. For more...


10: Leadership: Generosity and Courage

No one teaches you to be a leader. You usually get promoted, inherit a team and are left to figure out how to manage others, all on your own. But what makes a good leader? What is the difference between just managing others versus being a leader? Jeannie Gammon Oliver joins me to begin our discussion on traits of effective leaders, beginning with the importance of being generous and when to be courageous. For more information about this topic or podcast, visit us at whatwouldshedo.com.


9: Unchartered Territory

Can you imagine joining a start-up as employee number 17 and then soon after, find out that you are pregnant? Guest AJ Smith joined me to discuss navigating pregnancy in a small start-up and how she mapped out the unchartered territory where there was no parental leave policy. For more information about this topic or podcast, visit us at whatwouldshedo.com


Turning the tables during an interview

Most jobs interviews last on average 45 minutes. Of those 45 minutes, the interviewee is given 5 minutes to ask questions of the interviewer. Why isn’t there an opportunity for both sides to ask questions of each other, equally? Given the imbalance, it is critical that you have an arsenal of questions to ask that can give you insight into a company, the boss and/or the environment. In this week’s episode of What Would She Do, I’ll share questions that I like to ask potential employers...


7: 40 interviews later, everyone asks the same questions

From 1997 - 2017, I’ve done over 23 different job interviews. In addition to that, in the last 10 months I’ve interviewed over 40 times! Not only do I feel like I’ve encountered just about every possible interview question, I’ve spent time talking to HR and recruiting professionals about the reason behind certain interview questions, which in turn, has helped me find tune my answers. In this week’s episode of What Would She Do, I’ll share over a dozen interview questions, insights into why...


6: Working Across Generations

87% of employees worldwide are dis-engaged and this costs US companies between $450 – $550 billion, per year. One of the major causes of disengagement is due to generational conflict. There are 4 generations in the workplace today. Do you know what makes them tick? Do you know how to manage both a baby boomer as well as a millennial? Guest Kira Copperman joins us to discuss understanding generations in the workplace and the value to being able to work across them. For more information...


5: Fishing off the Company Pier

No one ever recommends dating at work, but it happens. Guest Brittany Rabena Wolf joins us to discuss whether it's ok to date at work and what you should do if, and when, you find yourself in an office romance. For more information about this topic or podcast, visit us at whatwouldshedo.com


4: The Art and Importance of Staying Relevant

To do your job well requires a mix of skills and know-how needed to do your job, coupled with general industry knowledge. Guest Christine Fitts joins us to discuss the Art and Importance of Staying Relevant in these quickly changing times. For more information about this topic or podcast, visit us at whatwouldshedo.com


3: You are “job-less”…now what?

Guest Kim Kovacs joins us to discuss what to do after leaving a job, how to prepare yourself your next job search and the importance of identifying your wants vs. your needs. For more information about this topic or podcast, visit us at whatwouldshedo.com


2: Finding a Mentor vs Building a Cervix of Trust

Guest Michelle Pena joins us to discuss a mentorship gone wrong, how she has identified the right mentors and the importance of executive sponsors versus mentors in a woman’s career. For more information about this topic or podcast, visit us at whatwouldshedo.com


1: What Would She Do - Why?

What Would She Do is interviews with women from different backgrounds and in different stages of their career, sharing what they know about moments women encounter in the workplace and decisions that we must face in our careers. There are no right or wrong answer here at What Would She Do, just wisdom.