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144: What I've Learned about Being a Leader [Leadership Series]

Speaking Your Brand: A Public Speaking Podcast

Release Date: 10/29/2019

184: Why Some Speakers Become Thought Leaders with Carol Cox [Thought Leadership Series] show art 184: Why Some Speakers Become Thought Leaders with Carol Cox [Thought Leadership Series]

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What do you think when you hear the term “thought leader?”

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183: Amplify Your Voice by Having a Sponsor with Jhaymee Tynan [Finding Your Voice Series] show art 183: Amplify Your Voice by Having a Sponsor with Jhaymee Tynan [Finding Your Voice Series]

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In the play “Hamilton,” you may remember the song, “The room where it happens.”

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182: Your Voice Can Help Others Break the Silence with Kelli Palfy, Ph.D. [Finding Your Voice Series] show art 182: Your Voice Can Help Others Break the Silence with Kelli Palfy, Ph.D. [Finding Your Voice Series]

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In this episode, my guest and I talk about what may be a difficult topic for some of you: sexual abuse and in particular male sexual abuse.

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181: Find Your Story, Find Your Voice with Dr. Jerrica Dodd [Finding Your Voice Series] show art 181: Find Your Story, Find Your Voice with Dr. Jerrica Dodd [Finding Your Voice Series]

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We’ve been talking for the past couple of podcast episodes about finding your voice and both the challenges and opportunities around that.

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180: You Say You Want to be a Thought Leader: What That Really Means & How to Find Your Voice with Carol Cox and Diane Diaz [Finding Your Voice Series] show art 180: You Say You Want to be a Thought Leader: What That Really Means & How to Find Your Voice with Carol Cox and Diane Diaz [Finding Your Voice Series]

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Have you struggled to figure out what to say?

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179: The Deep Truths You and Your Brand Need to Say with Rebeca Arbona [Finding Your Voice Series] show art 179: The Deep Truths You and Your Brand Need to Say with Rebeca Arbona [Finding Your Voice Series]

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When my guest said this during our conversation, we both stopped to write it down because it was so good:

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178: The Most Important Questions in Negotiations with Alexandra (Alex) Carter show art 178: The Most Important Questions in Negotiations with Alexandra (Alex) Carter

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This is not your typical conversation or approach to negotiations.

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177: A Radically Different Approach to Understanding Racism with April Harter, LCSW show art 177: A Radically Different Approach to Understanding Racism with April Harter, LCSW

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This is a very different conversation about racism.

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176: Handling Triggers, Reactions, and Emotions in Ourselves and Others with Lara Currie show art 176: Handling Triggers, Reactions, and Emotions in Ourselves and Others with Lara Currie

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We’re all feeling a lot of emotions and seeing reactions and triggers in ourselves and others.

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175: The Work of Anti-Racism as White Women with Carol Cox and Diane Diaz show art 175: The Work of Anti-Racism as White Women with Carol Cox and Diane Diaz

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This is a conversation for white women about our role and privilege in a racist and white supremacist society and the work *we* need to do.

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More Episodes

We’re continuing our podcast series on Leadership: what does it mean to be a leader for your audience, your clients, your community, and yourself.

In this episode, I share key lessons I’ve learned, including around a recent business decision.

To me, being a leader means helping others navigate change, to move from initial resistance and discomfort to understanding, acceptance, and enthusiasm to take new action. 

As humans, we tend to resist change out of self-protection (fear of the unknown) and desire to keep the status quo (“don’t fix what’s not broken”).

At times, this serves us well.

However, progress, innovation, and success require change.

And it’s leaders like you who make it happen.

Listen in for strategies you can use to be a more impactful speaker and leader.

This episode is part of our podcast series on Leadership, episodes 141-145.

 

About Us: The Speaking Your Brand podcast is hosted by Carol Cox. At Speaking Your Brand, we help women entrepreneurs and professionals create their signature talks and gain more visibility to achieve their goals. Our mission is to get more women in positions of influence and power: on stages, in businesses, on boards, in the media, in politics, and in our communities. Check out our coaching programs at https://www.speakingyourbrand.com



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