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Best of Women Amplified: Glennon Doyle on Listening to Yourself

Glennon Doyle

We’re starting 2022 with another great conversation from the archive — this one with author and activist Glennon Doyle. This special interview, guest hosted by Laysha Ward of Target (CFW’s Official Lifestyle Sponsor!), was recorded just over a year into the Covid-19 pandemic.

In it, Doyle tackles how to think about life and career choices, and how to truly listen to your inner voice. We thought her words were important to hear again now, as so many women are tiptoeing around the Great Resignation and trying to figure how to move forward with more happiness in 2022.

We hope you take away a few nuggets that make your next steps easier — and truer to you.

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Job Search Tips in the Great Resignation | That’s A Good Question

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Women are leaving the workforce in droves, leading the charge in the Great Resignation in search of radically different work experiences with organizations that value humanity and their people above all else.

Like so many of us, the pandemic was a time of deep reflection for our listener, especially after moving cross-country to care for family. Feeling exhausted, underpaid, overworked and not valued, she is ready to hit “re-do” and put her expansive skill set to work.

In today’s episode of That’s a Good Question, we will talk about job search strategies in a post-pandemic world. Through active problem solving, practical advice and shared experiences, learn how to identify the right company and position that aligns with your priorities, aspirations and values.

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Big Changes: How to Thrive, Not Just Survive

Cassandra Worthy

The changes we’ve had to embrace this year were monumental and caused many of us to feel overwhelmed. But what if you could cultivate a growth mindset that could help you enjoy—and thrive during—times of significant change in your life?

Today’s episode of Women Amplified, which is a replay of a session from the 2021 Texas Conference for Women, will help you do just that.

We will explore strategies that will help you leverage your decision-making skills to champion change. This framework will help you quantify your strengths and areas of growth, as well as the softer skills required to effectively manage change.

Learn how to embrace change, and ways to find your power and resilience during turbulent times.

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How to Bring an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Any Position

Rebecca Minkoff

You don’t have to own your own business to think and act like an entrepreneur. Being entrepreneurial is a mind set and a skill set that can be applied to any position at any level.

Fashion mogul and social activist Rebecca Minkoff talks candidly about her journey and shares the top attributes most important to her success and in overcoming the challenges she faced along the way.

Whether you are starting a business or leading a corporate team, this episode will arm you with experience-based advice that allows you to take the driver’s seat of your career and life and unleash the fearless entrepreneur within.

 

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The Double-Bind Facing Aspirational Women | That’s A Good Question

When men put themselves out there they are rewarded for their assertiveness. But for women, they face a backlash, and are often labeled as aggressive, bossy or overbearing.

The double-bind facing women aspiring to advance is real — even in 2021. Today’s listener is a 20-something woman in a male-dominated industry and one of the youngest in her position. There are many open doors for advancement within the organization, but between her gender and age, she isn’t quite sure how to get noticed without becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy of negative gender stereotypes.

In this episode of That’s a Good Question, we will explore how she can manage up, advocate effectively and gain visibility among senior management. Through active problem solving, practical advice and shared experiences, you will leave inspired, confident, and armed with tools to seize advancement opportunities without negatively impacting your reputation.
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