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Like a REAL Boss podcast is where we go beyond the title and unravel the complexities of being a boss. If you are the head honcho, top dog or queen bee…this is for you? Get insight from experienced leaders and passionate workers. Your #1 destination for tips, tricks, trends, tools, talking about the stuff so you can be a better boss podcast.
This is your wake-up call for all bosses, managers and anyone brave enough to enter BOSS-HOOD. Leaders welcome!!

Like a REAL Boss podcast Tiana Sanchez

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    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Like a REAL Boss podcast is where we go beyond the title and unravel the complexities of being a boss. If you are the head honcho, top dog or queen bee…this is for you? Get insight from experienced leaders and passionate workers. Your #1 destination for tips, tricks, trends, tools, talking about the stuff so you can be a better boss podcast.
This is your wake-up call for all bosses, managers and anyone brave enough to enter BOSS-HOOD. Leaders welcome!!

    Risks, Benefits and The Great Resignation

    Risks, Benefits and The Great Resignation

    Risks, Benefits, and the Great Resignation with Adela Jamal, Cristina Muñoz, and Shannyn A. Smith.
    Adela Jamal was most recently Executive Director of Professional Services and Workforce of the Future at Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) in Los Angeles, California. Prior to SPE, Adela worked with technology-focused consulting firms and startups in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Adela is deeply passionate about helping women and underrepresented communities thrive and has been supporting and leading numerous DEI programs over the last decade. (She was Co-President of Sony Pictures’ Women In Technology EBRG from 2018-2021, and founded the Caregivers EBRG for Sony Pictures in 2020). Adela has a B.S. in Business Administration from San Francisco State University and is currently a MIT Sloan Fellows MBA class of '22 candidate. (She is on the Sloan Women in Management committee as VP of Mentorship). LinkedIn > https://www.linkedin.com/in/adelajamal/
    Cristina Muñoz is the CEO and Founder of Proyecto Moms, the platform that connects professional women with flexible job opportunities across Latin America and Former Procter and Gamble Executive, as Talent Practice Manager for Latam region. Cristina has been recognized as 100 women leaders in Chile 2021, Latin América HR Influencer 2020 and Visionaries under 35 2019, mainly because of her deep commitment and passion about gender DEI initiatives and helping women to return to their careers and organizations to increase their gender representation.
    Cristina is a Psychologist with an Organizational Development and Change Management post Degree from the University of Chile and Gender Strategy Certificate from INSEAD.
    LinkedIn > https://www.linkedin.com/in/cristina-mu%C3%B1oz-galeno/

    Shannyn Smith is the Founder of The Capital Boutique. She connects female founders and funders to increase access to capital. She is an Innovator in Residence at the MIT Innovation Initiative, exploring gender diversity of Chief Investment Officers. Shannyn was of the Boston Business Journal's Power 50: The Movement Makers. She was the “Marketer of the Year” at Takeda Pharmaceuticals and recognized by PM360 ELITE as one of the most influential people in the healthcare industry. Shannyn launched her career in strategic communications in NYC. She earned her MBA from MIT Sloan and her AB, cum laude, from Harvard.
    LinkedIn > https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannyn/

    • 47 min
    [Ep 123] The Essential Guide to Recruitment

    [Ep 123] The Essential Guide to Recruitment

    Finding the right candidate for a position can be a daunting task if you are not properly equipped.  In this episode of Like A Real Boss, Shannon Russo explains how her company Kinetix help professionals find the perfect match for your team.


    Shannon founded Kinetix by combining three companies to form a recruitment process outsourcing firm (RPO) that leverages an integrated services model comprised of total RPO, staffing & recruiting, and HR consulting.
    In her role as CEO, Shannon is responsible for overall operations and leading the strategic direction of Kinetix. In real talk that means she creates the foundation for company strategy and delivers new business for the company, keeps up good relationships with existing clients, manages the leadership and sales teams, and drives the overall vision and culture of the Kinetix brand.
    Prior to forming Kinetix, Shannon held various positions throughout ten years at Spherion Corporation, a Fortune 500 staffing, recruiting and workforce solutions company. Without breaking out her entire resume, let’s just say she knows a thing or two about how to make the trains run on time.
    Prior to Spherion, Shannon held various positions at large, public and privately traded companies such as W.R. Grace, M&M/Mars, Inc., and Kidder, Peabody & Co. Incorporated in the US and overseas. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics Management from Ohio Wesleyan University while running track and playing field hockey and achieving academic All-America status.
    About Kinetix:
    Kinetix is the recruitment process outsourcing firm (RPO) for growth companies. We leverage an integrated services model comprised of total RPO, staffing & recruiting, and HR consulting to help clients ensure that growth will never be slowed by an inability to acquire and retain the best talent. Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Atlanta, Kinetix has filled tens of thousands of positions, from security guards to CFOs. Find us on the web at www.kinetixhr.com.
    Kinetix also cares so much about the art of HR and recruiting that we also maintain two blogs (www.hrcapitalist.com and www.fistfuloftalent.com), created with the goal of building a community we can learn from. We know it’s working because FOT and HRC are now industry leaders. Aggregate traffic to these blogs (including page views, email, RSS feeds, etc.) delivers 200K+ in impressions monthly.

    • 31 min
    [Ep 122] Five Senses for Success

    [Ep 122] Five Senses for Success

    We all learn our 5 senses at an early age, but did you know that there are 5 senses that you need to be successful?  In this episode of Like a Real Boss, Juli Geske-Peer explains what they are and how they can be used to be successful.
    Juli Geske-Peer has spent her career honing leadership and relationship skills, and she'd be the first to say she learned many lessons the hard way. Today, as president and founder of Peer Performance Solutions, she brings those hard-won lessons to her clients—helping individuals and organizations lift performance and attain their goals.
    Her passion lies in making a positive impact across the stakeholders she serves, and empowering her clients to carry that same ethos forward. She has earned formal degrees in communications (BA) and organizational leadership (MA), as well as certifications in leadership, training, coaching, and mediation.
    Juli has over 20 years of successful consulting and management experience and has worked with companies ranging from local nonprofits to multinational organizations. She is also a voracious reader of thriller/suspense novels and loves being lakeside surrounded by her family.
     
     

    • 31 min
    [Ep 121] Intentional Optimism: Keys to your vehicle for Personal Growth

    [Ep 121] Intentional Optimism: Keys to your vehicle for Personal Growth

    Women leaders have always had to work a bit harder to show that they that matter to others, but they never stop to think about what really matters to them.  In this episode of Like A Real Boss, Andrea Johnson shares tips to help women do just that.
    Hi there, I’m Andrea Johnson, and I'm an Optimism Expert and Professional Encourager. My mission of helping others find true freedom is expressed through coaching, motivational speaking, podcasting, and building a global community of women, growing through following my six tenets of Intentional Optimism.
    I spent my entire childhood and adolescence battling weight gain and, ultimately, bulimia and depression. As an adult, I found several tools to help me manage, including gastric bypass surgery, years of antidepressants and counseling. In 2008, I was diagnosed with early menopause (at age 37), and told I had a 13% chance of a live birth using IVF.
    Then, in Feb. 2017, my mother finished her 15-year fight with breast cancer, and I finally sat down and truly walked through all the pain and anxiety and emerged, as if from a crucible, with a new life philosophy - Intentional Optimism.

    • 34 min
    [Ep 120] Tips to Strengthen your Video Presence

    [Ep 120] Tips to Strengthen your Video Presence

    Let's face it, virtual meetings have become the new public speaking and has become the new fear for may people.  In this episode of Like A Real Boss, Suzanne Glover breaks down a few of her top tips to help you feel more comfortable on camera.
     
    Suzanne Glover, a professional actress, sales pro and internet marketer combines 35 years of experience in these areas to help you strategically leverage video to grow, not only your business, but to enhance your personal life with more confidence, self love and success!

    • 36 min
    [Ep 119] Heart-Forward Leadership: Being Vulnerable with a Purpose in the Workplace

    [Ep 119] Heart-Forward Leadership: Being Vulnerable with a Purpose in the Workplace

    Leading today takes transparency as well as a bit of vulnerability to foster trust with your team.  In this episode of Like a Real Boss, Becca Apfelstadt explains how bringing your whole self to work can help you become a more well-rounded leader in today's world.
    As Co-Founder and CEO of treetree, a creative marketing agency in Columbus, Ohio, Becca Apfelstadt is on a mission to make treetree the favorite place employees have ever worked and clients have ever hired. treetree delivers creative firepower for B2B giants, expertly linking the creative and sales strategy with a solution that does more than just executes—it elevates.
    As an entrepreneur and CEO who wears many hats, Becca started a bi-weekly newsletter and blog, Get Your Mind Bright, in 2020 to share insights on her career, family, vulnerability, resilience and leadership. She believes strongly in sharing stories of success – and struggle – to help shape and inspire the next generation of female leaders.

    • 37 min

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Tiana’s podcast provides clarity and easy to apply concepts. I love how she breaks down an interview to give you two or three nuggets to apply. There is a lot of value gained from her interviews about leadership and organizational dynamics.

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This podcast is amazing!

I love love love this podcast! Every episode is so edifying and filled with insight on how to navigate in the business world. I’ve learned so much from Tiana. As a fashion designer, it is imperative to learn the importance of not just creating products and services but to also know how to sell and market them. Building a brand is a lot of work and this podcast has opened my eyes to story telling and capturing the attention of my audience. Thank you again Tiana! I’m tuning in for every single episode.

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True professional

Tiana is a seasoned entrepreneur with great insight in business and operations. Her podcast has tons of guests that will help any existing entrepreneur or a soon to be business owner.

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