Women in traditionally male-dominated industries, such as tech, engineering, law and finance, face a difficult challenge. It feels like walking a tightrope between being respected vs. sounding bossy. Speaking up can be a challenge. Being heard when you do is even more of a challenge. If this sounds familiar, you need to join our conversation here on Speakers Who Get Results, hosted by Elizabeth Bachman, the go-to person for advanced level training in speaking, presentation skills, sales and leadership. With a lifetime spent perfecting the art of presenting, Elizabeth helps high-level clients master a message that brings the funding they need, the allies they want, and the recognition they deserve. A sought-after speaker and strategist, she works with leaders and influencers who need to become concise and compelling presenters by helping them show up as smart, down-to-earth, loose, friendly – even funny – and still be taken seriously. As an international opera director, Elizabeth has directed such luminaries as Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo in more than 50 operas around the world, giving her a wealth of tools to help business professionals become respected presenters. Fluent in five languages, she is adept at working with presenters from many countries, bringing her global experience to her clients. Elizabeth is the author of the upcoming book, 17 Speaker Keys to Increase Audience Engagement and How to Get Booked as a Speaker: Taking Your Show on the Road, the ultimate guide to filling your calendar with lucrative speaking gigs. Many women find it challenging to get the visibility they want, whether they are presenting themselves in meetings and business communications or giving a speech. This is even more important when you are dealing with cross-cultural communication challenges – from gender miscommunication to working with international colleagues. Consultants and Trainers who work with corporate clients and speak to promote their services have similar challenges. How do you make yourself understood in our global business world? A self-proclaimed language geek, Elizabeth is an expert at helping people communicate in order to get things done. With her guidance, they get the results they want through the words they use and how they present themselves in the room. You can expect to get the same positive outcomes when you tune in to Speakers Who Get Results. Elizabeth brings interesting people to her round table conversations — from business greats to language experts to speakers from different countries and cultures. She will also be imparting helpful lessons in presentation skills – everything from strategy to script, delivery style, enhancing audience engagement, and more! Tune in to Speakers Who Get Results with Elizabeth Bachman, and make a difference, not just a point!
Leading With Impact And Influence: Unleashing The Leader Within With Carla Miller
When there are communication issues, leaders should step up. Are you sure that you are leading with impact and influence throughout your organization? It’s time to drive change and make a massive difference because everyone could benefit from that. Join Elizabeth Bachman as she talks with Carla Miller on dealing with difficult situations. Carla dives deep into developing the confidence you need to increase impact and influence. Carla Miller is a leadership coach and board-level facilitator who works with women in management and leadership roles to develop their careers. Tune in to unleash the inner leader within you.
How To Be A Confident Negotiator With Tina Greenbaum
What do you need to become a confident negotiator? Elizabeth Bachman introduces us to Tina Greenbaum, the Founder and CEO of Mastery Under Pressure—a management coaching program for high-performing executives who need to refine and master their interpersonal and inter-departmental skills. In this episode, Tina shares how she charged her client $1,500 a month for her services. Guess what her client said in response? "I would've paid you a whole lot more." That was a great learning experience that motivated Tina to master the power of negotiation. If you want to become a confident negotiator and make the best bang for your buck, this episode's for you. You’d regret missing it!
Winning Strategies For Teams With Sherry Winn
How can you have an incredible team that works together and is committed to achieving organizational goals? Can you get your people to be in alignment with your vision, your mission and your goals? If you’re a team member, how can you help from within? As a two-time Olympian and National Basketball Coach of the Year, Sherry Winn knows teams from within and without. She is truly an expert at coaching leaders and team members to championship status. In this episode, she joins Elizabeth Bachman to discuss how you could create winning strategies for teams so you can succeed in the direction you want to go. If you want to know how you to deal with problems, handle conflicts with team members and help your team do better, then this episode is for you.
Running It Like A Girl With Bonnie Mouck
If you were a new leader, how would you approach your organization? Be true to who you are but always consider that you do not have to make drastic changes abruptly. Be part of your team! Elizabeth Bachman sits down for a conversation with a passionate advocate for women in leadership, Bonnie Mouck. Bonnie is a brand management leader for a large international corporation. She is the host and founder of the international podcast, Run It Like a Girl. In this conversation, Bonnie talks about the adventures in leadership and making an impact in the world. She also discusses the challenges she has witnessed with other people when she’s leading the team. Moreover, she emphasizes the importance of being authentic and leading from the heart. Run it like a girl and learn how to passionately grow and empower your teams to bring the best of everyone.
The Journey To Thought Leadership With Denise Brosseau
What makes the difference between a leader and a thought leader? Denise Brosseau is the CEO and Founder of the Thought Leadership Lab and the Founding CEO of the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, now called Watermark. She has used her expertise to lead women into leadership and, even beyond that, into thought leadership with programs she developed. In this episode, she explains the vital difference between the two and the steps you can and should take to take yourself to the next level. Learn more about what it takes to extend ideas to the community and help bring about change by tuning in to this episode.
Confident Communication: How To Run Better Meetings And Enroll People In Your Ideas With Alison Arnoff
As business leaders, we must know how to run effective meetings that boost the company’s overall performance. In having confident communication with team members, we can engage and learn from each other, resulting in many wonderful benefits for the organization. In today’s episode, our guest is executive coach Alison Arnoff. Alison has a 30-year record helping giants like Intel and EMC plus seven startups resulting in six exits. She empowers leaders, aspiring leaders, and executives. She joins Elizabeth Bachman in a discussion focusing on running better meetings, diminishing yourself, and enrolling people in your innovative ideas. Listen to her and gain ideas on how people will show up for you and how they will appreciate that you made their job easier.
A show that truly lives up to its name!
Elizabeth's methodology is a breath of fresh air. There’s a steady drumbeat with her message— it’s consistent, it’s human, and it’s effective. Highly recommend tuning in!
Elizabeth Bachman Is My Favorite
It’s hard for me to believe that this much value and wisdom is available for free. Bachman not only knows her material, she is positively brilliant at drawing her guests out. There’s a saying I cherish, “One good idea can change your life.” Elizabeth delivers not just one, but rather an abundance of good ideas!t