Just how powerful is social media today? A former NASA intern recently found out for herself. Dwayna Haley joins us on The SHEQUALITY Podcast today and gives her thoughts on personal social media censorship. Is it okay to share whatever you want online or should you tone it down when it comes to public platforms?
Your future success rests on your shoulders. This week Lee shares some of her favorite moments with Sandra Fathi, Karen van Bergen, Kimberly Eberl, Maureen Lippe, and Soon Mee Kim. You can take control of your career today...so what’s standing in your way?
Help yourself craft the career you want with these easy-to-follow tips from some of our favorite SHEQUALITY guests. Lee looks back on her previous conversations with Julie Batliner, Dale Bornstein, Heather Kernahan, and Cortney Stapleton and gives you four keys to success for the 21st century working woman.
Nike recently set the media ablaze with their newest ad headliner, Colin Kaepernick. Long gone are the days of passivity; customers want to support brands that support something. Amy Binder sits down with Lee to discuss smart moves companies can make before publicly declaring a side in the upcoming battle of the brands.
As we age, we become more informed and enlightened thanks to new experiences. However, that could mean that posts from our less “sophisticated” state of mind could be forgotten on our social media pages only be discovered years down the road. Kim Sample joins us today to talk about the benefits of purging old posts from social media.
Bloomberg Businessweek recently released an expose on Snapchat and its CEO, Evan Spiegel. The article explores questions of company management and a lack of communication with employees...which poses the question: is total transparency ever not an option today? We welcome Melissa Waggener Zorkin, CEO of WE Communications to the show. She shares her firsthand experience about keeping things real at work.
We welcome our first guy to the SHEQUALITY podcast this week. Bill Orr shares thoughts from the man’s perspective on the #MeToo movement. What shifts is he noticing in the professional world? How are colleagues responding to them? What does the future of PR look like and how can we start to prepare ourselves for it.
Build-A-Bear recently found themselves drowning in angry customers after a promotion gone wrong. Lee and Jennifer Hawkins unpack some key learnings from the “Pay Your Age” sale. Do you have what it takes to coach your clients thru a public nightmare?
A vacation isn’t even over and already our minds are drifting back to work. We become consumed with over-flowing inboxes and never-ending to-do lists. It can make relaxation nearly impossible. Today’s guest, Lisa Hannum shares some daily hacks burnt-out employees can use to start feeling refreshed and get those creative juices flowing again. Get a pen - you don’t want to miss this one.
For most professionals, the real work begins in college. A successful internship can open the door to a future career. Managers - how do you guide someone from intern to full-time status? Today’s guest is Cortney Stapleton. She and Lee discuss wins, losses, and everything in between.
We're noticing a radical shift both in marketing and communications since the start of the #MeToo Movement. Advertising techniques look different; companies are more concerned with diversity. This week Lee sits down with her guest Barri Rafferty to explore the positive changes stemming from #MeToo.
The media has become a battle zone. Companies are being forced to deal with tough issues head on and consumers won’t settle for a brand not taking a stance on a hot-button issue. Lee sits down with Erin Jordan today to try and figure out how businesses can embraces the new norm and encourage employees to be involved citizens at work.
Today’s consumers want their goods and they want them now. Tina McCorkindale joins Lee today to evaluate key customer service trends in the industry. Should businesses be adapting to the Amazon-style of availability in order to stay relevant?
Helen Shelton is one of the people leading the charge in driving the conversation around diversity into action. She joins Lee to chat about professional development, specifically giving advice about how young people can advance in their careers, including mentoring, being an active listener, and how to avoid falling prey to information overload.
Earlier in her career, Heather Kernahan received feedback from a male colleague that she was too shy in weekly engineering meetings. As a result, Heather modified her interactions with her colleagues and gained perspective on how men and women can work together. She sits down with Lee to discuss the hot topic of the day — why men need to be advocates for women in the workplace.
When Elise Mitchell moved to Fayetteville, a small, rustic town in Arkansas, she thought her career might come to a halt. Instead, she found something very different. She sits down with Lee to chat about how people should be thinking about getting a job they love in a city with opportunity, while still being able to afford the lifestyle they want.
Early in your career, you may not be able to pick and choose what accounts you work on, and it’s possible that your worldview will conflict with the best interest of your client. Lee talks with Tanya Meck about how to gauge when your personal ethics should take priority at work.
After being fired for posting a racist tweet, Roseanne Barr issued a public apology. Was it sincere? Did it regain trust? Lee and Sabrina Horn evaluate recent public apologies from Roseanne, Uber and others, and give recommendations for how to get on the right path quickly.
There’s a division in the workplace when it comes to yelling. Some companies view it as a badge of honor, pointing out that a boss wouldn’t yell at you if you didn’t matter. Others consider yelling a disrespectful and ineffective way to communicate with a coworker. Lee Caraher and Maggie Zeman break down both sides and discuss what to do when someone yells at you at work.
Lee sits down with Barbara Bates to discuss the hot topic of the day: as technology develops and makes it easier to create your own version of the truth, how can brands protect themselves and what is the agencies role in protecting a brand’s reputation?