Own It! from Women Lead Change

Own It! from Women Lead Change

You say “stubborn," we say determined. You say “quiet," we say deliberate. You say “outspoken," we say passionate. You say “bossy," we say… #ownit. The most courageous female leaders have been called a lot of things. But what can keep some down, only propels the best forward. They own it all. Join Women Lead Change CEO Tiffany O’Donnell as she digs deeper into the power of the stories these women tell themselves. Each one with a perspective that may be just what you need, when you need it. Tactical, informative, and inspirational. How will you #OwnIt? This podcast features thought leaders, industry experts, CEOs, and senior leaders who recognize the imperative to advance women leaders at all levels. Topics range from personal interviews to tactical development insights around issues like gender intelligence, male allyship, emotional intelligence, and executive presence.... Show More

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September 17, 2020 32 min

Tiffany O'Donnell talks with Karen Forgus, Senior Vice President of Business Operations for the Cincinnati Reds. In her current role, Karen oversees a variety of departments including ticket sales, corporate sponsorships, community relations, diversity initiatives, communications and more. In 2014, Karen was selected as a “Game Changer” by Sports Business Journal. The honor is presented annually to recognize women who are havin...

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September 3, 2020 27 min

Tiffany O'Donnell talks with Tatum Buse who is the chief financial officer at Collins Aerospace. In this role, she leads financial reporting, planning & analysis and compliance and controls at Collins. Tatum is passionate about the development and advancement of women in leadership roles. In 2007, she co-founded the Women’s Employee Resource Group at Rockwell Collins, and in October 2019, she was named the executive sponsor...

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Tiffany O'Donnell talks with Gretchen Carlson, a fierce, fearless and internationally-recognized advocate for women’s rights, whose bold actions against Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes helped pave the way for the global #MeToo movement. A journalist, author, TED talk alum, and champion for workplace equality, Gretchen was named one of Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World.” She authored the New York Times best...

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Tiffany O'Donnell talks with Sarah Morgan. She’s the Chief Excellence Officer of BuzzARooney LLC, where she provides consulting and coaching surrounding inclusive & equitable organizational culture, and practical, people-centric leadership.

On today's episode, Sarah gives us some powerful insight into the distinction between being anti-racist and non-racist.

Resources from Sarah can be found here.

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Tiffany O'Donnell will be talking about how a shy Iowa girl created a global fitness brand before the age of 35. Babs King always loved fitness and wellness. She even owned a yoga and pilates studio for a time.

You'll hear more about the start of FLEO, a strength training apparel company, known around the world for it's bold and bright colors and prints. What started with the purchase of a sewing machine is now a global...

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Tiffany O'Donnell talks with drama researcher, New York Times best-selling author, leadership consultant and founder of Reality-Based Leadership, Cy Wakeman. She's been a keynote speaker multiple times at Women Lead Change events and always leaves her mark in the best of ways. Have you ever listened to a speaker and said, "That's the voice inside my head, I just couldn't find the words." Well, our friend Cy ...

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Tiffany O'Donnell talks with one of the founders of Women Lead Change and her predecessor as CEO, Diane Ramsey. Or “The Diane” as she calls her. She talks about the origins of the nearly 14-year old organization and why it’s more relevant today than ever in its history. 

She is also very candid about her personal leadership journey, including lessons she learned as the daughter of a single mother. Diane Ramsey, in the hot seat ...

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June 16, 2020 1 min

You say “stubborn," we say determined. You say “quiet," we say deliberate. You say “outspoken," we say passionate. You say “bossy," we say… #ownit. The most courageous female leaders have been called a lot of things. But what can keep some down, only propels the best forward. They own it all. Join Women Lead Change CEO Tiffany O’Donnell as she digs deeper into the power of the stories these women tell themselves. Ea...

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