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There are so many changes going on for so many of us right now. In politics, in our professional and personal lives, lots of transitions are taking place. It’s easy to decide just to cope when life’s in flux.This week on The Women’s Leadership Podcast, Elizabeth challenges us to engage with the change.

The goal is to choose, in order to find a way through that allows us to have a conscious experience. The process of choosing how we respond can lead to the ability to create our own happiness.

Listen in on this episode of Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Choosing to Swim.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, creating safe culture in dangerous times, and building a future in alignment with our values, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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Before we launched Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast, we asked listeners what they’d like to hear from Elizabeth. We were surprised, and then not surprised, that many of you wanted an episode dealing with the shame that comes with an ending like divorce.

So, this week on the podcast, Elizabeth breaks down shame and the systems of oppression - both external and the ones we’ve internalized - that keep us stuck in it.

The important messages of this podcast include

  • Perfection is a tool of oppression.
  • Find a safe, loving and appropriate space to speak your shame.
  • Then, commit to the brave act of claiming your decisions and moving forward into your new future.  

It all adds up to this: You have the right to the beautiful life of love and leadership that you choose.

Listen in on this fourth episode of Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast:Shame, Grief and Speaking Your Stories.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, creating safe culture in dangerous times, and building a future in alignment with our values, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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This week on The Women’s Leadership Podcast, we’re talking about making sure you keep learning as a leader. We are never done!

We’ve got to meet the working world exactly where it is, and then strive to move it forward. Our own learning can equip us to help our workplaces create change.

In Continuing Your Education: Intersectionality, Equity and Growth, Elizabeth discusses our responsibility as leaders to create safe space for everyone. Diversity of thought comes from diverse people. Diverse people only thrive when work environments are safe for all.

Here’s your 3-part charge for this week: Learn the language of intersectionality. Learn the language of equity. And, make a concrete decision about how you’re going to keep moving your professional development forward this year.

Enjoy this third episode of Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Continuing Your Education: Intersectionality, Equity and Growth.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, creating safe culture in dangerous times, and building a future in alignment with our values, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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Welcome to Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast!

This week on The Women’s Leadership Podcast, we’re talking about how to advocate for change in the workplace.  

In Becoming a Change Agent at Work, Elizabeth lays out the whys and hows of helping your workplace make positive change for women. Because the kinds of policies women want and need in the workplace are good for all of us.

Here’s your 2-part charge for this week: Get familiar with the policies of your company. Then, ask yourself whether there’s one policy area you’re willing to take the lead on.

Advocating for a policy change and being willing to lead or co-lead that kind of effort not only helps you move your workplace culture forward, but can also have a significant positive impact on your own career trajectory. Win - win!

Enjoy this second episode of Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Becoming A Change Agent at Work.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, creating safe culture in dangerous times, and building a future in alignment with our values, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

 

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Welcome to Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast!

We’re so happy to be back. And we can’t wait to share this brand new episode with you.

In Four Themes for 2019, Elizabeth gives us her take on how to approach this year. Our voices are needed now more than ever, AND we all have big work to do. So, what should we focus on as we move forward?Listen in as Elizabeth breaks down the greatest challenges we’re facing right now in women’s leadership, which also happen to be the primary areas where we need to do our own work and step forward to lead: survival, safety, and self-care; conscious response and engagement; activism at work & using our voices; and no more settling.

If we place our primary focus on these four themes during 2019, we’ll be poised to build a future together that works for ALL of us. It’s all about the future-building.

Enjoy this first episode of the Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Four Themes for 2019.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, creating safe culture in dangerous times, and building a future in alignment with our values, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

 

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We hope your 2019 is off to a great start.

We’re getting Season 3 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast ready for launch. We’ll be back soon, and we’re excited to share fabulous new content with you.

While you’re waiting, please enjoy this classic from Season 1, Competition and the Transformation of Envy. It’s one of our most-downloaded, most-shared, most-talked-about episodes.

It’s also one you can learn from every time you listen. Competition and the Transformation of Envy is challenging in all the best ways. We hope you love it.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values. We’ll be back with Season 3 in February 2019.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, and creating safe culture in dangerous times, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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This week, we’re celebrating the coming of the New Year with our final episode of 2018 and the conclusion of Season 2 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast.

In this episode, Elizabeth describes the final stage in her future planning process, the vision board.

Building your vision board is a process of choosing from a place of possibility. It’s an opportunity to stretch yourself out of your comfort zone to envision the big and even impossible-seeming things you want to create in the world. Vision boarding allows you to commit to your dreams.

You’ll hear all of Elizabeth’s tips & tricks for collecting images and words that represent you as the “wonderful, intersectional, glorious being” that you are. She recommends her favorite type of sticky board for keeping your vision together throughout the year. Plus, she describes how she involves her kids in a family visioning process.

Enjoy Episode 20 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Vision Boards, Leadership and Change for the New Year. You’ll love it!

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values. We’ll be back with Season 3 in February 2019.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, and creating safe culture in dangerous times, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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This week, Elizabeth shares with us how she creates a vision statement and goals for the coming year.

She’s coached hundreds of clients through her visioning process over the years. It gives you a product that grows and changes with you, rather than stagnating like New Year’s resolutions.

Elizabeth’s process works because once you’ve got the words on the page, you do the work to train your brain to really believe that your goals are possible.

You set intentions and you take action. Essentially, by breaking your vision down into achievable goals, you become the person you’ve envisioned. You’ll have so many reasons to celebrate!

Episode 19 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Creating Your 2019 Vision Statement is packed with visioning and manifestation goodness. You won’t want to miss it.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, and creating safe culture in dangerous times, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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Welcome to a new episode of The Women’s Leadership Podcast. This week, we continue our discussion of clearing and visioning for 2019.

In Part II of the Cleaning the Slate series, Elizabeth invites you to consider whether there are people in your life who do not serve you, and offers her best coaching on how to let them go.

Connections are so important to our health and well-being. We need to be in relationships with people who meet our emotional needs on a regular basis.

Our need for connection is innate. Our brains require face-to-face contact. We thrive when we are witnessed and see our best selves reflected back by people we love and trust.

Take an end-of-year inventory of your relationships. Purposefully choose those that serve you. Let go of those that are toxic.

Sometimes we have to say, “This relationship has run its course.” Let Elizabeth show you how in Episode 18 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Cleaning The Slate, Part II: Eliminating Toxic Relationships.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, and creating safe culture in dangerous times, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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This week, Elizabeth invites us to think about the kinds of change we want to create in 2019, and do some planning and visioning to make it happen.

One initial step to creating the space for change is wiping the slate clean of daily habits that no longer serve.

Think about the places in your daily life where things just aren’t flowing the way you want them to, where stress or dread crop up. Those are likely the moments in your day when you’re keeping the plates spinning, but it’s by default rather than by design.

Now, imagine how you could change up that routine to remove the stress and dread, and instead invite more flow and ease. Wipe the slate clean of all your preconceived notions about how that routine needs to go, and think creatively about how you can redesign it.

As we move toward 2019, do yourself a favor. Make a note of a moment where daily life is stressful. Then, imagine all the ways you could transform that moment so that it serves rather than depletes you.    For more on creating routines and habits that serve, check out Episode 17 of The Women’s Leadership Podcast: Cleaning The Slate: Shifting Negative Daily Habits.

Join us weekly on the podcast for all things related to women’s leadership, equity, advancement, inclusion and success in alignment with your values.

If you like what you hear, please support us on Patreon where you can get access to bonus content.

And, if your organization is looking for someone to address women’s leadership challenges, including #MeToo, leveraging privilege, and creating safe culture in dangerous times, we’d love to connect with you. Reach out to our team at info@gaialeadershipproject.com to schedule a conversation.

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