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9 Rules Women Must Follow to Get Ahead
Ellie Nieves interviews Julie Steinberg of the Wall Street Journal on the 9 Rules Women Must Follow to Get Ahead.
The Female Leadership Experience
Ellie Nieves interview author and leadership strategist Deborah Stephens on: The Female Leadership Experience: 7 Ways Corporate Cultures Need To Change In Order To Retain Women Leaders.
Latina Leadership: An interview with Patricia Mota of HACE
Ellie Nieves interviews Patricia Mota, the Director of Membership Outreach for the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE), focusing on leadership development for women and post-secondary outreach. Patricia works on growing and strengthening national networks through the delivery of skill development and networking building programs for students and professionals. Patricia strives to engage experienced professionals as mentors and advisors to create a multi-generational network to support Latinos’ career growth around the country.
9 Steps to Take When Fearing Job Loss
Leadership Speaker and Coach, Ellie Nieves, interviews Michael Froehls, the author of the book: The Gift of Job Loss. Michael is a highly accomplished professional with 15 years of expertise in management consulting and in strategic, financial, and operative executive positions, held at some of the largest and most respected global financial services firms. He is the founder of The FroehlsGroup, LLC, a consulting boutique.
What the Most Successful Women Do Right
Ellie interviews Emily Bennington on the Five Principles of Exemplary Leadership: What the Most Successful Women Do Right. Emily Bennington is coauthor of the very first business book every new grad should own, Effective Immediately: How to Fit In, Stand Out, and Move Up at Your First Real Job. She is a frequent speaker on the topic of career success and provides organizational savvy training to new grads and their employers. Emily has been featured on Fox Business, CNN, and ABC, as well as quoted in publications including the Wall Street Journal, New York Post, and Washington Post Express. She is a contributing writer for Monster.com and a featured blogger for The Huffington Post, Forbes Woman, and US News and World Report. Emily’s second book, a career guide for young women, will be published in the fall of 2012 by AMACOM.
Get Organized and Get Ahead!
Ellie Nieves interviews Jennifer Ford Berry, the Best Selling Author of Organize Now! A Week-by-Week Guide to Simplify Your Space and Your Life. Jennifer will share how you can get ahead in your career and personal finances by getting organized.
Living Your Best Life: Health, Wellness and Business Success
Ellie interviews, low glycemic nurse, Joyce Harrell, on Leadership Strategies for Women Radio. Learn how living a healthy lifestyle can help you live a more productive and successful life.
High Octane Women: How superachievers can overcome burnout
Tune in to Leadership Strategies for Women Radio on Tuesday, Septemebr 13 at 6:30pm Eastern. Women's Leadership Speaker and Strategist Ellie Nieves will interview Dr. Sherrie Bourg Carter, the author of the book: High Octane Women: How ” can avoid and overcome burnout. Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D.,is a nationally recognized psychologist who specializes in extreme and traumatic stress in women and children. Her television appearances include TheTodayShow, CNN Headline News, and Fox News.
The Emerging Woman Leader's Toolbox
Tune in to as Ellie Nieves interviews Life Success Consultant, Miguel DeJesus. They will discuss the tools every emerging woman leader should have in her toolbox.
Lessons for Emerging Women Leaders
Ellie Nieves continues her Women in Leadership Series with Regina Calcaterra, an attorney and former candidate for NYS Senate.
How to be a Star Woman Leader
Ellie Nieves interviews Dia Simms,General Manager of the Blue Flame Agency, a Sean "Diddy" Combs company.
A Woman's Guide to Successful Negotiating
Tune in to the Leadership Strategies for Women radio program. Your host, Ellie Nieves, will interview Lee Miller the Co-Author of “A Woman’s Guide to Negotiating.”