Ep. 4: The Power of Pop-Up Events
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
2y ago
Our guest is Susan Sandler, an integrated marketing expert and entrepreneur. Susan founded PopUpSummer!, one of the first Pop-Up Retailing companies in 2001 and has worked with hundreds of designers and brands in single and multi-brand activations across the country, including Adidas, BirchBox, Lululemon, and many more. We discuss the impact of the pop-up industry to date and address its role in the current and future retail and brand marketing environments. Show Notes PopUpSummer! Pop-Up Survivor Workshop Follow PopUpSummer! on Instagram ..read more
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Ep. 1: Turning the Tide: Leading Change from the Inside Out
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley / Deborah Barta
2y ago
Our first guest is Deborah Barta, Senior Vice President of Innovation and Startup Engagement at Mastercard. We discuss her career journey and the important role that intrapreneurship can play in women's careers. Deborah shares her advice on how to succeed as a female intrapreneur, ranging from "finding your true north" to honing your ability to lead change and unlock human innovation potential inside our most influential institutions. Music Credit "Inspired" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 ..read more
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Ep. 6: Relationships are the Key to Career Success
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
3y ago
This episode features Ife Babatunde, Agency Lead at LinkedIn where she is responsible for managing strategic partnerships with the company’s largest media and advertising agency clients. Prior to LinkedIn, she was Vice President of Brand Marketing at Guggenheim Partners and a Senior Brand Planner at Ogilvy & Mather. She is a frequent speaker at industry events including SXSW, Advertising Week, and Cannes Lions.  Additionally, Ife is a passionate angel investor committed to closing the funding gap for women and backing the companies she wants to see in the world. She is a member of var ..read more
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Ep. 3: Leading with Kindness and Strength
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
3y ago
This episode features Fran Hauser, the best-selling author of The Myth of the Nice Girl: Achieving a Career You Love Without Becoming a Person You Hate.  Fran Hauser Website The Myth of the Nice Girl From the Desk of Fran Hauser  ..read more
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Ep. 7: Trust Yourself
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
3y ago
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Ep. 5: Shifting Out of Autopilot
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
3y ago
Our guest is Patricia Karpas. Patricia leads content for both Muse, the brain sensing headband and Meditation Studio, the 5-star app that Apple named as one of its top 10 of the year. She is also the co-host and founder of the popular podcast, Untangle, where she has interviewed over 200 thought-leaders, authors and experts in areas related to meditation, mindfulness, neuroscience and other contemplative practices. Patricia is a former television and media executive and has worked at CNBC, NBC, AOL and Time Warner. She has her MBA from the University of Denver. Untangle Podcast: https://medi ..read more
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Episode 0 - Welcome!
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Timothy Mobley
3y ago
Hi everyone, I’m Jennifer Scott Mobley.  And welcome to the Early Career Women Podcast. As a communication professor, Forbes author, and founder of the Early Career Women Collective, I’ve spent over 10 years studying the experiences of young professional women and if there is one thing I know for sure it’s this: there are two things that matter in life: people and time. If you manage those well, everything else will take care of itself.  As the founder of the Early Career Women Collective, I have been creating a space for young women to do just that. If you’re not familiar, The Early ..read more
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Ep. 2: The Power of Asking
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
3y ago
Our guest this episode is Dr. Wayne Baker. In his new book All You Have To Do Is Ask, Baker offers us numerous tools—favored by companies from Google to GM—that transform asking for help from an uncomfortable burden, to an advantageous skill and catalyst for success. Music Credit "Inspired" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Notes All You Have To Do is Ask (Book): https://allyouhavetodoisask.com/order Asking-Giving Assessment: https://allyouhavetodoisask.com/assess Infographic: https://allyo ..read more
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Ep. 6: Relationships are the Key to Career Success
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
3y ago
This episode features Ife Babatunde, Agency Lead at LinkedIn where she is responsible for managing strategic partnerships with the company’s largest media and advertising agency clients. Prior to LinkedIn, she was Vice President of Brand Marketing at Guggenheim Partners and a Senior Brand Planner at Ogilvy & Mather. She is a frequent speaker at industry events including SXSW, Advertising Week, and Cannes Lions.  Additionally, Ife is a passionate angel investor committed to closing the funding gap for women and backing the companies she wants to see in the world. She is a member of var ..read more
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Ep. 5: Shifting Out of Autopilot
The Early Career Women Collective Podcast
by Jennifer Scott Mobley
3y ago
Our guest is Patricia Karpas. Patricia leads content for both Muse, the brain sensing headband and Meditation Studio, the 5-star app that Apple named as one of its top 10 of the year. She is also the co-host and founder of the popular podcast, Untangle, where she has interviewed over 200 thought-leaders, authors and experts in areas related to meditation, mindfulness, neuroscience and other contemplative practices. Patricia is a former television and media executive and has worked at CNBC, NBC, AOL and Time Warner. She has her MBA from the University of Denver. Untangle Podcast: https://medi ..read more
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