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Women's Leadership Success Sabrina Braham MA MFT PPC

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    • 4.9 • 51 Ratings

Since 1989, Women Business Leadership Skills and Career Development Executive Coaching Advice. Interviews with Successful Women CEOs, Managers and Entrepreneurs to Help You Influence People, Improve Performance, Get Promoted, Increase Earnings and Enhance Your Job/Life Balance

    Active Listening Leadership Skills Improves Corporate Culture & Profits with Hybrid Teams | Sabrina Braham MA MFT PCC Women’s Leadership Success

    Active Listening Leadership Skills Improves Corporate Culture & Profits with Hybrid Teams | Sabrina Braham MA MFT PCC Women’s Leadership Success

    Active Listening Leadership Skills Will Transform Your Results, Culture and Bottom Line

    Do you work in a remote hybrid worksforce and want to feel more connected with your colleagues at work? Get more done? Be more profitable?

    Here’s a sad leadership fact. Many leaders don't know how their team or customers perceive their leadership. Are you one of them?

    If you're one of those executive leaders who might have issues engaging your team, career, or profits, especially in today's remote hybrid teams, …. then developing your active listening leadership skills covered in this podcast could be a life-changing episode.

    "The art of effective listening is essential to clear communication, and clear communication is necessary to management success." – James Cash Penny

    When you are a leader at any level, the responsibility as a listener multiplies, both positively or negatively. Active listening is one of the fundamental factors of effective communication skills.



     As you improve your active listening skills, your entire workplace culture and results will improve. To help you improve your active listener leadership skills, we have Sabrina Braham MA MFT PCC on our episode today as a guest.





    Sabrina Braham: Executive Business Coach, Management Consultant, Author, and Media Host

    Sabrina is a life-changing executive business coach and management consultant who expert in leadership excellence and business growth. She is also known for helping women leaders in STEM with career development, increasing influence, impact, and income. Sabrina is the co-founder of this incredible podcast 'Women Leadership Success' which is ranked in the Top 2% in the world. Since 2007, she has successfully published 115 shows with influential thought leaders, all dedicated to empowering todays and tomorrow’s women leaders, and the men who promote gender equity.



    Sabrina Braham MA MFT PCC - Master Business Executive Coach & Managemetn Consultant



    Today, Tim Warren, who is the co-founder of this podcast, and Sabrina’s husband is interviewing Sabrina on how to develop active listening leadership skills you will love. Sabrina shares some powerful real-life management consulting stories, tips, and suggestions regarding leaders. their active listening skills and how you can be a better leader too.

    Great Leaders Active Listening Talents: Show Notes



    * Why “George” thought he was doing a good job; but his team did not feel the same… [2:40-6:25]

    * How did Sabrina help “George” change behavior & his results? [6:46-9:26]

    * Benefits of active listening [9:50-11:40]

    * How group intelligence can change team outcomes [12:08-13:33]

    * Use these simple steps to better listening! [15:03-17:46]

    * What holds companies/ leaders back from developing active listening skills? [18:28-20:42]

    * How can Sabrina help you implement active listening in your culture? [22:26-26:31]

    * Where can you get more tips and help to develop your listening skills, a growth mindset, or improving your culture with Sabrina Braham? [28:14-32-30]

    * What is Sabrina's vision for women's leadership? [[34:09-34:54]

    * How can women (and men) participate in this shared vision of gender equity? [35:55-38:04]



    We hope that you had learned something useful from our active listeners leadership skills podcast. Remember that listening is a phenomenal form of giving someone huge respect.



    Sometimes all it takes, is to listen to the other person for a while, and you will see you would be able to positively ...

    • 44 min
    Confident Girls Become Confident Women Leaders | Girls Without Limits | Critical Issues & Their Solutions | Future Women Leaders | Sabrina Braham MA PCC & Dr. Lisa Hinkelman

    Confident Girls Become Confident Women Leaders | Girls Without Limits | Critical Issues & Their Solutions | Future Women Leaders | Sabrina Braham MA PCC & Dr. Lisa Hinkelman

     Do you know that confident girls become confident women leaders?

    Do you know bullying at a younger age impacts the way women treat each other in the workplace?

    Do you want to support confident empowered girls?

    Do you know that the technology-driven era has changed the stressors for young girls and women?

     



    The Issues that young women and girls have still show up in the workplace with women today...



    It doesn’t matter if you’re raising a girl or not because the Issues that young women and girls face at workplace are formed based on how they were nurtured. Helping girls succeed in both their academic and personal lives and become tomorrow’s leaders is only possible if you are helping support confident empowered girls. If you’re looking for ways to do that, you have come to the right place!

    How Confident Girls Become Confident Women Leaders

    We believe that Confident Girls Become Confident Women Leaders but the path to raising such girls needs your undistracted attention, care, and respect. In this podcast, Sabrina’s special guest will walk you through a new perspective of nurturing young women leaders.



    The world has changed and so have the stressors for young girls. Our focus is on critical issues that young girls and teens face and provide solutions for those problems. To help you understand these stressors and their solutions, we have a wonderful guest, Lisa Hinkelman, to share insights and expert advice.





    Dr. Lisa Hinkelman, an Educator, Counselor, and Parenting Coach!

    Dr. Lisa Hinkelman is a highly sought-after educator, counselor, researcher, and author who has spent more than 15 years researching girls and educating adults. As a professor at The Ohio State University and the Founder/CEO of the national girl-serving non-profit, Ruling Our Experiences (ROX), she equips educators, parents, school counselors, mentors and coaches throughout the country. Her latest book, Girls Without Limits: Helping Girls Succeed in Relationships, Academics, Careers, and Life hit #1 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases list and provides a framework for helping girls thrive.







     

    How Confident Girls Become Confident Women Leaders: Show Notes



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    What is” Ruling Our Experience”? What does it do? [0:51-2:18]



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    How Girls Without Limits help you to explore and connect at a deeper level. [2:31-4:33]



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    Why investing in preparing current leaders important for the future? [5:03-7:08]



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    Develop healthy relationship with teens and preteens. [7:27-11:06]



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    Learn how to show girls we care. [11:18-14:22]



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    What should we be aware of as parents, educators, school counselors, mentors and coaches? [14:52 -21:13]



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    How social media is encouraging bullying, emotional distress, and unconnected relationships? [22:18-27:20]



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    Teach young girls to set boundaries for their protection. [27:41-31:40]



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    Identifying bullying and relational aggression and its solutions! [32:55-37:31]



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    Discover ways to normalize girls going through menstruation? [37:50 -41:21]



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    How confidence and leadership are connected? [41:35-42:51]



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    What kind of risk-taking should be encouraged?

    • 52 min
    Professional Women LinkedIn Profile Optimization | Sabrina Braham & Donna Serdula | WLS113

    Professional Women LinkedIn Profile Optimization | Sabrina Braham & Donna Serdula | WLS113

    This is part 2 of a special show on professional women LinkedIn profile optimization. If you haven’t listened to part 1, you can start here. But be sure to catch the great advice in part 1 on profile optimization for executive women as well.



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    Do you know how to present yourself as a warm person on LinkedIn?

    Do you know the benefits of using LinkedIn to help you get a promotion inside your company, or a better job in another company?

    How would you like to have a strong, eye-catching LinkedIn profile?

    I am so excited about this interview. There are so many secrets in this show that will help you get better jobs, promotions, and a network of like-minded people that will re-enforce your personal brand and expand your income.



    And be sure to listen for the free gift from me in the middle of the show that will advance your career and leadership and help women world-wide too.



    In Part-1, we learned about the importance of LinkedIn profile optimization, tips on creating a great LinkedIn profile, how to create connections, and expand our networking and SOAR methodology. All of this incredible information to help women leadership and career development.







    In Part-2, we are continuing with our guest, Donna Serdula, LinkedIn Guru, who will expand our knowledge on creating a strong, eye-catching, and credible LinkedIn profile. Donna Serdula is making people’s lives better by guiding them to get better jobs, promotions, and incredible job positions by building a better more authentic LinkedIn Profile that sets you apart.



    Professional Women LinkedIn Profile Optimization Part 2- Summary Show Notes:



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    Free help for military women career development [38:05- 40:55]



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    Learn how Sabrina improves her profile with Donna’s suggestions [40:56- 44:09]



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    Powerful tips to write a great ‘About’ section that gets noticed. [44:12-45:59]



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    How you can get your ideal recommendation from others on LinkedIn to increase your clients and advance your career [46:36- 48:38]



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    Powerful networking tips inside your company to help you get a promotion. [49:16- 51:24]



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    Why showcasing personal hobbies and interests on LinkedIn profile helps you be more authentic and desirable. [51:25- 53:29]



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    How to expand networking on LinkedIn to get a better job in a different company. [54:16- 56:52]



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    Donna’s simple secret on following big companies to help your career development. [57:12- 58:09]



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    How much does your experience matter on LinkedIn? [58:46- 1:00:09]



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    LinkedIn have a new feature of following profiles. How can it help you? [1:01:07- 1:02:16]



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    Difference between being authentic and overly vulnerable on LinkedIn. [1:03:02-1:05:10]



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    Best things to do for LinkedIn Profile Optimization! [1:05:29- 1:07:10] OR [How to beat LinkedIn Algorithm?]





    We hope that this episode helped you. Be sure to follow us @ https://www.linkedin.com/in/executivecoachsabrinabraham/ - or Search for: “executive coach Sabrina Braham” & Donna Serdula

     

    But be sure to catch the great advice in a href="https://www.

    • 36 min
    Executive Women LinkedIn Optimization | How You Can Build Your Brand | Grow Your Network | Get Better Jobs | Part I - Donna Serdula & Sabrina Braham MA PCC

    Executive Women LinkedIn Optimization | How You Can Build Your Brand | Grow Your Network | Get Better Jobs | Part I - Donna Serdula & Sabrina Braham MA PCC

    Do you have any of these LinkedIn profile questions below? LinkedIn has become the talk of the town, but don't worry as we're here to help with executive women LinkedIn optimization for your profile.



    - Why should executive women use LinkedIn?

    - What does a powerful LinkedIn profile have in it?

    - Do you have a LinkedIn profile but you’re not getting recruited?

    - Did you know that your LinkedIn profile should be different from your resume?

    - Have you ever wondered why you should use LinkedIn to build your brand, grow your network and influence, get a promotion, increase your income or get a better job?



    “LinkedIn helps people connect with opportunity.” Donna Serdula



    In 2022, LinkedIn has reached 800 million users worldwide and 95% of recruiters hire individuals based on good profiles. It's time that we, especially women, should take up the charge and make strong LinkedIn profiles to get what we deserve.



    The need for practical tips and techniques is what you need at the moment and that is why we have Donna Serdula onboard to help us understand how we can build a strong LinkedIn profile recruiters can never reject and will increase your influence and help your career development.



    To optimize LinkedIn, you need more than a profile for a job, you need better and more useful connections and a strong network. In the first part of this incredible podcast, you will get to know the secrets to having an outstanding LinkedIn profile coming from our expert guest Donna Serdula.

    Donna Serdula, LinkedIn Specialist, Author: “LinkedIn Profile Optimization For Dummies"

    Executive Women LinkedIn Optimization with Donna Serdula



    Donna Serdula is a versatile marketer and LinkedIn specialist. After having 10 successful years in the sales and marketing industry, she weaved her own path in becoming a legendary LinkedIn expert. Her book “LinkedIn Profile Optimization For Dummies” is a breakthrough in helping small and big businesses to get hold of their LinkedIn profiles in a professional and beneficial manner. Donna has been working with her team of 20 incredible writers at her website LinkedIn-Makeover.com making people’s lives easier in getting better jobs, expanding their networks and personal branding with her power of creating successful LinkedIn profiles and their maintenance.





    Executive Women LinkedIn Optimization with Donna Serdula's New Book

    Executive Women LinkedIn Optimization Part I of II Show Notes:



    Reasons why executive women needs LinkedIn [03:07-04:31]

    “Your network is your net worth.” Is that so?

    How LinkedIn helps executive women connect with opportunities. [04:32- 08:20]

    Learn how and why your LinkedIn profile needs to be different from your resume. [10:32- 12:00]

    Discover the professional benefits of being active? [12:25 - 23:17]

    Learn about SOAR methodology: Strategize, Optimize, Amplify, and Regulate.

    Want a powerful profile? Here are the top 3 things executive women do to increase their income and impact? [23:19- 29:28]

    How a LinkedIn Premium Business account can help you prospect, grow your network and advance your career.[30:27- 33:41]





    Executive Women LinkedIn Optimization Part - II to Come



    In part two, we're going dive deeper into LinkedIn to help executive women get a promotion or a better job. Donna shares one of her top trade secrets that increases your chances of getting your ideal job, and answer some core questions that our listeners have asked.



    Also in part II Donna reviews Sabrina’s linkedIn profile, points out some flaws and make some great recommendations to improve, that will help you too.





    Action for Traction: LinkedIn Optimization for Executive Women

    • 40 min
    Women Reputation Management | The Female Executive’s Guide to Building, Pivoting and Repairing Your Reputation

    Women Reputation Management | The Female Executive’s Guide to Building, Pivoting and Repairing Your Reputation

    Do you know why women reputation management is important, especially in your career?



    It can have a profound impact on your getting promoted, getting new business, how much you earn, and even your impact and influence in your family and community.



    Women reputation management gives women a chance to counter negative feedback. Monitoring, identifying, and promptly neutralizing negative feedback is very important for women who want to put their best face forward. Your reputation may be defined by what people say about you, but it is also determined by what you say as well. It is important to take the necessary precautions and ensure that what you say is on brand.

    Here are some questions you need to ask yourself if you are interested in women reputation management



    * Have you ever done something that negatively impacted your reputation?

    * Do you know what your reputation at work is?

    * Do you know how to repair your reputation or, better yet, do you know how to control and build your reputation?



    If you are a woman looking for reputation management strategies to help your career branding and income, you need to listen to this interview with one of the leading experts in reputation management for women.

    Reputation Management for Women in the Work Place

    “Everyone has a personal brand, by design or default. Your reputation is one of the most critical determinants of your career success.”

                -Lida Citroën, Author of Control the Narrative: The Executive's Guide to Building, Pivoting and Repairing Your Reputation



    Reputation management is something that we do to protect our name. It is the process of influencing the public perception of an individual or a group. Your reputation is how you are known, how people perceive you. As such, it is important to ensure that you strategically drive your reputation instead of leaving your good name to the whim of popular opinion or popular consensus.



    Reputation management and reputation repair allows you to put systems into place that measure and monitor how effective your name is at driving opportunities to you. This allows you to be aware when your reputation deviates so that you can take control of the matter before it becomes a crisis.

    Reputation Management, Career Branding and Reputation Repair Expert Lida Citroën





    In this Women’s Leadership Success podcast with Lida Citroën, you will learn how to manage your reputation and influence how people remember you when you leave the room. Lida discusses some strategies with Sabrina Braham that you can use for career branding, reputation repair, and reputation management. This podcast is for anyone who understands the importance of their brand and influence on their career and leadership.



    Lida Citroën is an author and an award winning brand and reputation management expert. Her job is to design and enhance the reputation of executives, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders worldwide. Lida is the CEO and founder of LIDA360, a keynote speaker and presenter with a popular TEDx Talk. She has multiple courses on LinkedIn Learning that showcase her empowering delivery style and message.





    Women Reputation Management Show Summary: Women's Leadership Success 111





    * Define your legacy. Be strategic. Know your starting point and your goal.

    * Know what you want people to think about you.

    * Use performance evaluations and reviews to discover people’s perception of you.

    * How to decide on the value of the feedback you get and what to do about it.

    * Actively plan the changes you want to make on your reputation.

    * Do women have more difficulty with reputation management compared to men?

    • 38 min
    Gender Equity | The Good Boss: How to Support Women at Work – Women’s Leadership Success | Sabrina Braham MA PCC | Kate Eberle Walker

    Gender Equity | The Good Boss: How to Support Women at Work – Women’s Leadership Success | Sabrina Braham MA PCC | Kate Eberle Walker

     Have you ever felt that gender equity at your workplace is a mere joke?

    Have you always been under continuous pressure to be ‘presentable’ just because you’re a woman?

    Have you ever felt that you are reluctant to build new healthy workplace relations for your career development?

    Have you experienced having an unappreciative male boss over you?

    Do you think that managers, especially men, should take active steps in supporting gender equality?

    We want to raise our voices regarding workplace issues, nobody wants to talk about, but we end up being quiet because we end up being complaisant.

    So, how can we overcome this?

    Gender Equity and Supporting Women at Work:

    As Aya Chebbi says, “Find your identity, your true self, and live your mission…Your power is your radical self. Find it.”

    If we think over it, this is what we, as women, need to do. If we want people to take us serious, noticed, and be respectful at the workplace, we need to be efficient in our true selves. We need to radiate the energy we want to get from our employers.



    In this Women’s Leadership Success Podcast with Kate Eberle Walker, you will learn how you can have more gender equality at work. Kate discusses with Sabrina Braham some life-changing tips that can help leaders to understand things how they can make the work easier and safer for women who are juggling multiple things. The podcast is an amazing game changer for not only women, but men as well who are working as managers and want to be the best boss for their employees.





     Kate Eberle Walker, Author:  “The Good Boss: 9 Ways Every Manager Can Support Women at Work”.

    Kate Eberle is a wonderful author of the book, “The Good Boss: 9 Ways Every Manager Can Support Women at Work”. Not only she is an author, but she has immense experience in leading, managing, advising, and investing in education companies and organizations. Her 20+ years of experience has proved out to be a useful asset for women career development. Kate is a keen observer and wonderful advocate of gender equity in the workplace.



     







     

    Women’s Leadership Success 110 on Gender Equity Show Summary:



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    Ideal work vs. the background struggles to get valued and seen.



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    What are ways to learn how to be heard and seen



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    How to be perfect can cause issues for women



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    Why Bosses who know how to treat women are the best bosses!



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    Learn why it is an awful thing to call a women’s name wrong when you’re at a managing them!



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    How to respond to a situation where you have been called your wrong name?



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    Building good workplace relationships when your boss is male.



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    Discover how can you practice the equal opportunity in your work and life?



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    Validation is everything! Why it is important for managers to let their employees know they have potential?



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    Ways can bosses encourage women to speak up more.



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    Secrets to finding a good boss.



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    Engaging men to be our allies at work.



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    Enrolling men to take an initiative to become a better boss for women.



    * To really support women in the workplace, managers, especially men, need to step up.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

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Must-Listen for any business leader

Sabrina delivers her content in a straightforward and clear manner, which really helps get the content across. You can tell that this is not your average “get rich quick business podcast” that is too often popular in today’s podcast market. Instead, Sabrina gives real insights and information that really makes a difference. Give it a listen!!!

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Incredible message and Wonderful insight

Sabrina once again delivers an amazing podcast! Her gentle and thoughtful message really hit home. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or just need some personal motivation, Sabrina‘s message is something everyone can relate to.

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Advice from women leaders

I believe these podcasts have fabulous insight into the business world. I would highly recommend it for any of my employees or any of my colleagues. Take the time to explore some of these podcast and you will not be sorry!

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