• Career Strategies for Women that Work

  • By: JJ DiGeronimo
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Career Strategies for Women that Work

By: JJ DiGeronimo
  • Summary

  • Many professional women aspire to advance their careers. Yet, many encounter common obstacles when navigating the landscape both at work and at home. From corporate cultures to internal chatter, high impact women are often searching for proven and actionable strategies to make their goals a reality. With firsthand experience in demanding roles while juggling the numerous demands outside of work, JJ DiGeronimo, a woman in tech turned award-winning author for working women, shares some of her best strategies to empower women at work and in life right here. From self-efficacy to self-boundaries, from asking for a raise to landing a board seat to maneuvering guilt, this podcast offers a series of proven initiatives for women looking to accelerate their professional paths. As many have already learned, much of what happens on the outside starts on the inside. So don’t be surprised if we chat about mindfulness, mediation, and ancient practices too! My goal with Career Strategies for Women that Work is to create safe places to learn, explore and identify what is no longer serving us with opportunities to unleash our inner knowing to illuminate our next level of impact. Through personal anecdotes, examples, and stories from those who have stumbled, fallen, and succeeded, this podcast shares insight to focus on specific actions to maximizes your talents and make your professional goals a reality.
    © 2022 Tech Savvy Women
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Episodes
  • Dec 1 2022

    In this episode of the Career Strategies for Women podcast, leadership expert and best selling author, Ramona Shaw, talks about how our thoughts influence our behaviors and why therefore you have to grow, expand, and update your thought patterns to become a more effective leader to others.

    JJ and Ramona also discuss common leadership challenges and why the root causes to these challenges lie in the leaders’ mind and have a lot less to do with skills and habits than you might think.

    Plus, Ramona shares how leaders can change the way they think to become more confident & competent leaders people love to work for.  

    Ramona Shaw is a Certified Professional Leadership Coach, podcast host, and best-selling author of “The Confident & Competent New Manager: How to Rapidly Rise to Success in Your First Leadership Role.” 

    She is passionate about helping new and mid-level managers become leaders people love to work for by strengthening their leadership and communication skills, raising their confidence and resilience, and increasing their focus and emotional intelligence.

    After graduating with a Masters Degree in Finance, Ramona entered the field of private equity and ultimately led strategic projects and international teams as a VP of Client Services at a renowned global private equity firm.

    She now specializes in delivering coaching and training programs for leaders at fast-growing startups and companies such as Twitch, UBS, Google, Dropbox, Lionsgate, Asana, Stitch-Fix, Sequoia Capital, and dozens of others.

    Ramona regularly shares insights to her over 8,000 LinkedIn followers, nearly 2,000 Instagram followers, and via her podcast, The Manager Track, with new episodes published every week since April of 2020.

    Shownotes:  jjdigeronimo.com/41

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    20 mins
  • Nov 17 2022

    It is good to have perspective so when things do not unfold as planned you have some reserve energy!

    Can you think of the last time you were told no or can you think of a project or initiative where every door was closed? It’s not easy, as many of us are told NO, so often, whether it's at home in our communities, or even at work. 

    No, seems to be such a popular thing, and it comes in so many ways, and oftentimes it can really deplete us and kick off our stories that say, I'm not ready. Who am I? What was I thinking? These self-reflecting questions can really slow us down or even cause us to create a detour or a workaround. 

    I am looking forward to sharing some of the strategies I used to create my own Yes! 

     To download 3 chapters, visit jjdigeronimo.com

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    12 mins
  • Nov 10 2022

     Professional women are subject to blind spots—obstacles that can minimize career potential, impact, or advancement. On Career Strategies for Women that Work, master executive coaches Brenda Wensil, MA, and Kathryn Heath, PhD, who recently published I Wish I'd Known This: 6 Career-Accelerating Secrets for Women Leaders with Berrett Kohler Publishers, will discuss the three common blindspots for women in their careers, including Preparation and Practice, Reputationality and Installing a GPS for Your Career.

    Professional women are subject to blind spots—obstacles that can minimize career potential, impact, or advancement. On Career Strategies for Women that Work, master executive coaches Brenda Wensil, MA, and Kathryn Heath, PhD, who recently published I Wish I'd Known This: 6 Career-Accelerating Secrets for Women Leaders with Berrett Kohler Publishers, will discuss the three common blindspots for women in their careers, including Preparation and Practice, Reputationality and Installing a GPS for Your Career.

    Articles + Resources

    • I Wish I'd Known This: 6 Career-Accelerating Secrets for Women Leaders: https://www.amazon.com/Wish-Id-Known-This-Career-Accelerating/dp/152300097X
    • Bravanti: https://bravanti.com
    • The Working Woman's GPS: https://www.amazon.com/Working-Womans-GPS-Leads-Astray-ebook/dp/B09ZK5C7ZS/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1664384006&sr=1-1
    • Show notes: JJDiGeronimo.com/39
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    22 mins

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