Host Amy Elisa Jackson dives into the stories of extraordinary people navigating life’s most pivotal moments at the intersection of the personal and professional. IN PURSUIT is an original podcast from Glassdoor.
IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor - Alicia Menendez
Alicia Menendez, author of The Likeability Trap: How to Break Free and Succeed as You Are, joins host Amy Elisa Jackson for a discussion about likability in the workplace, how it can become a trap particularly for women, and what you can do to break free from its constraints.
IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor - Joy Donnell
Joy Donnell is a consultant, public speaker, and author of the book Beyond Brand. She encourages everyone to get out of the box of having a personal brand which can limit advancement in work and life. Her practical suggestions for resume writing and job interviews will inspire you.
IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor - Nora McInerny
Nora McInerny is the reluctant cofounder of the Hot Young Widows Club, the bestselling author of It’s Okay To Laugh, Crying Is Cool Too, and the host of the award-winning podcast Terrible, Thanks for Asking. Nora is a master storyteller known for her dedication to bringing heart and levity to the difficult and uncomfortable conversations most of us try to avoid.
IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor - Alon Shaya
Alon Shaya, owner of Saba in New Orleans and Safta in Denver, has reached great professional heights as a celebrated chef. But he has discovered that capturing even the biggest prizes can be empty victories when your working environment is toxic.
IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor - Sali Christeson
Sali Christeson, founder and CEO of the workwear brand Argent, is on a mission to help women dress like they mean business. The Argent story began when Sali left a comfortable corporate job to go out on a limb, taking a chance on herself and the germ of an idea. She believed that women deserved clothes that inspired confidence.
IN PURSUIT from Glassdoor - Molly Moon Neitzel
Molly Moon Neitzel, owner of Molly Moon's Handmade Ice Cream, opened her first ice cream shop in 2008 as a way to test her progressive values in a real world business environment. Now she has eight shops and has become a powerful advocate for pay transparency, the practice of letting all employees know what others in the company are making.