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Diana Kander: Professional AF

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Essential habits for women at work. Diana interviews authors and thought leaders who have something to teach women about how to be more awesome at work. Diana acts like a guinea pig for each episode, trying the advice and instruction before each taping to report back on how well it worked for her.

Essential habits for women at work. Diana interviews authors and thought leaders who have something to teach women about how to be more awesome at work. Diana acts like a guinea pig for each episode, trying the advice and instruction before each taping to report back on how well it worked for her.
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Essential habits for women at work. Diana interviews authors and thought leaders who have something to teach women about how to be more awesome at work. Diana acts like a guinea pig for each episode, trying the advice and instruction before each taping to report back on how well it worked for her.

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English


Episodes

Using Poker Strategy to Make Better Business Decisions – with Annie Duke

5/20/2019
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Most people know Annie as a professional poker player. She’s won numerous poker championships and millions of dollars in prizes. I got to know her in 2004 when I really got into poker. My first book was actually a business novel that took place at the world series of poker and used poker hands to teach important innovation lessons. So when I saw Annie, one of the few women who were even competing in the tournament, keep winning, keep being the only woman at one final table after another, and...

Duration:01:08:25

How Women Rise - What got you here won't get you there with Sally Helgesen

5/13/2019
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This week I sat down with Sally Helgesen. Sally is one of the premier experts on women’s leadership. She has been a best-selling author, speaker and leadership coach for thirty years. Her mission has always been to help women recognize, articulate and act on their greatest strengths. Her latest book is called How Women Rise and it explains how the behaviors that served you so well at the beginning of your career, that got you promoted, are many times the same behaviors that keep you from big...

Duration:00:53:24

13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do with Amy Morin

5/6/2019
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This week I sat down with Amy Morin, a psychotherapist turned “accidental” author. You’re going to hear Amy share her very moving, personal story, but I just wanted to brag on her for a second. Amy gave one of the most popular TEDx talks of all time—The Secret of Becoming Mentally Strong. It’s been viewed more than 8 million times. She’s a regular columnist for Forbes, Inc., and Psychology Today and a parenting expert for Verywell. Her articles reach more than 2 million readers every month....

Duration:00:56:07

Why We Don’t Learn From Failure and Other Lessons in Staying Relevant and Reinventing Yourself with Bradley Staats

4/29/2019
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This week I spoke with Brad Staats, a professor at the UNC Business School and author of Never Stop Learning: Stay Relevant, Reinvent Yourself, and Thrive. Brad also works with companies around the world to develop their learning and analytics strategies. He has won numerous teaching and research awards, including an award as one of the 40 most outstanding business-school professors under 40 in the world, and the Prize for best article in Harvard Business Review on leadership, and I learned...

Duration:01:00:52

The Myth of the Nice Girl – How To Provide Difficult Feedback, Say No, and Find a Mentor

4/22/2019
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This episode is the most practical Professional AF that we’ve done. I had a chance to interview Fran Hauser, a long-time media executive, startup investor and best-selling author of The Myth of the Nice Girl. Fran is best known for her role building PEOPLE.com – one of the biggest media brands online – She made the leap to early stage investing in 2014. And 18 of the 20 companies she has invested in are founded by women, highlighting her broader commitment to increasing the representation of...

Duration:00:56:07

How Therapy Works And Why You Should Think About Talking to Someone

4/15/2019
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Over the last 6 months my husband Jason and I have been on an intense journey of mental health and a lot of that growth has come as a result of both of us working with therapists on a regular basis. And of course when you are going through something, you can really see the value in it for lots of others. But in talking about therapy with friends, I’ve found that many found it an intimidating and overwhelming process. Even I have all kinds of questions about how therapy works, but it just...

Duration:00:44:40

Why Self Compassion is Much More Important Than Self Esteem

4/8/2019
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Self compassion is the simple art of being kind to yourself in moments of despair the way that you would for a good friend. But most of us are much kinder to our good friends than we are to ourselves. Today, I’m speaking with Dr. Kristin Neff. The top researcher for self compassion in the world. Kristin will help us understand: Self compassion has had a profound impact on the way my husband Jason and I live our lives and I hope you will give it a try after listening to this very special...

Duration:00:55:30

Why Women Sabotage Each Other at Work And How To Make It Stop

4/1/2019
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One day soon, you may find yourself on the other end of woman to woman aggression, and the biological and social research this conversation highlights will help you understand exactly why it’s happening and more importantly – how to keep it from occurring in the first place. As you’ll hear quickly in the episode, I had a really difficult situation with a mentor in my very first professional job who I felt went behind my back. I was so confused when it happened and felt totally powerless in...

Duration:00:49:05

How To Be Influential, Even If You Are a Woman

3/25/2019
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n this episode we're talking about charisma and influence. No matter what your job title, chances are, you’ve got to sell your ideas to others. And when you’re done with your presentation, no one is ever going to say to you that you weren’t charismatic enough; you didn’t command the room; or you weren’t compelling. So how would you ever know if this is a topic that’s holding you back? That’s what I wanted to learn. In this episode, I talk to John Neffinger, the author of Compelling People:...

Duration:00:59:11

What Women Can Learn About Confidence From Drag Queens

3/18/2019
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My guest is Jackie Huba, the author of Fiercely You: Be Fabulous and Confident by Thinking Like a Drag Queen. Jackie is going to tell us: • Why drag queens can teach women so much about confidence • The power of creating an alternate persona for business meetings • The nonverbal behaviors you might not be aware of that are demonstrating your power or lack there of • The psychological effects your clothes have on your performance • And what the heck is dragersizing and why is it so...

Duration:00:59:44

Introducing Diana Kander: Professional AF

3/8/2019
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Coming March 18th, Diana Kander interviews authors and thought leaders who have something to teach women about how to be more awesome at work. Diana acts like a guinea pig for each episode, trying the advice and instruction before each taping to report back on how well it worked for her.

Duration:00:01:46