Nicole Kalil is a confidence sherpa, an in-demand speaker, leadership strategist, respected coach, and host of the “This Is Woman’s Work” Podcast. A fugitive of the C-suite at a Fortune 100 company, she has coached hundreds of women in business, which has given her insight as to what – structurally, systemically and socially – is and isn’t serving women and leaders within an organization.
Nicole joins The 411k to discuss her new book “Validation is for Parking” which is all about confidence! We really enjoyed this shame-free discussion about confidence – what it is, what it isn’t, and how to build it – and we hope you will to.
Hustle culture… Gig economy… Quiet quitting… the Great Resignation… Burnout… These are phrases we are seeing more and more in the news so we brought in an expert to talk through what this really means. Jinny Uppal has 20+ years of experience driving transformational growth by challenging existing norms in business. She joins The 411k to talk about how to manage the professional world without compromising your wellness. Specifically, Jinny teaches us about strategic inaction.
Chris DiOrio, Chief Procurement Officer for Staples and Professor at Boston College, joins The 411k to share his salary negotiation tools. Chris shares his experience and even helps us practice ‘the’ conversation with a boss.
Danielle Evans, aka Dollars with Dani, joins us to share her wisdom on how to research market salaries and negotiate a job offer to get what you want. The job market is hot right now and economists are calling this period The Great Resignation. With people transitioning jobs in record numbers, it is critical to know how to negotiate for appropriate compensation. Don’t miss these tips from an HR insider and money coach!
Lauren McGoodwin, founder of Career Contessa, joins us to discuss her book Power Moves: How Women Can Pivot, Reboot and Build a Career of Purpose. Through her work at Career Contessa, Lauren shares development resources for women who might be job searching, soul searching, leading and managing, or trying to find new ways to advance their careers. In this episode, we talk about how to set expectations in your job and how a career with purpose is different than a “dream job.”
83% of women report having at least one mentor in their careers, compared to 76% of men. In fact, 21% of women report having four or more mentors, whereas just 15% of men report having that many. HOWEVER men are 46% more likely than women to have a sponsor. WHY IS THAT? In this episode, we explore sponsorship with Joyce Johnson, a speaker, business consultant, sales champion, and 6x author. According to Joyce, it’s all about the PIE – Performance, Image and Exposure.