Welcome to the Visibility Factor podcast with Susan M. Barber – a show where business leaders and anyone seeking ways to raise their visibility can come to learn how to take action in their own authentic way.
82. Embracing Your Mid-Life (with Michelle Newman)
Michelle Newman, is a 50-something entrepreneur, executive coach, and the host of the top 2.5% globally ranked podcast The New Mid. Motivated by her own transformational journey and executive roles at ABC and CBS studios, Michelle is passionate about defying the expectations placed on women both on-and-off screen. With over two decades of experience researching, studying, and guid...
81. Take Imperfect Action
Today’s episode is focused on Imperfect Action. Can you think of people in your life who seem to have it all together? They don’t let obstacles get in their way. They just keep making things happen no matter what.
How do they do it? They take imperfect action where they do experiments and try new things instead of staying stuck to keep making progress. It’s a way to see that 80% completion is good enough ...
80. Habits Can Change Your Leadership
Today’s episode is focused on the book titled Atomic Habits by James Clear. My recent listen to this audiobook inspired this podcast episode. I took away the key lessons that he referred to in the book and some great actions to implement for myself. My approach in this episode is to share the three lessons and discuss how James talks about them, where I have applied them, and ideas for you to ...
79. Create a Thriving Workplace (with Trenia Parham)
My guest on today’s show is Trenia Parham. She is a Leadership Consultant & Strategist for mission-driven leaders and organizations. As a Social Worker and Relationship Coach, she spent the last 20 years leading, training and mentoring in the nonprofit and public sectors as well as running a Relationship Coaching business for 10 years. Now she combines her leadership and rel...
78. Unlock Your Real Value (with Alison Leverett-Morris)
Today’s episode is an interview with Alison Leverett-Morris. Alison Leverett-Morris is an entrepreneur and leadership coach with a focus on Neuroscience & Psychology. She's dedicated to empowering people to overcome self-doubt and live their true potential. Since graduating with a Fine Art degree, Alison has consistently found entrepreneurial ways to drive positive chang...
77. Leveraging Resilience
Today’s episode is focused on how to leverage your resilience in difficult times. We are all born with resilience, but depending on what we have been through, some people are able to move through the changes faster. The changes that they have been through have helped them learn how to tap into their resilience. Learn more about what resilience and how you can use it to your advantage.
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76. Slowing Down to Speed Up
Today’s podcast is focused on slowing down in order to speed up. You might ask yourself why on earth would I slow down when there is so much to do? It is natural to think that way, but you can be so much more productive, strategic and even happier when you give yourself time to reflect and plan. I am sure you are thinking…seriously? That doesn’t even sound possible with the schedule that I have both in...
75. Take Charge of Your Career (with Ellen Connelly Taaffe)
Today’s episode is an interview with Ellen Connelly Taafe who is a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Women’s Leadership Programming at the Kellogg School of Management. She spent 25 years with Fortune 500 companies holding senior brand management roles in PepsiCo, Royal Caribbean, and Whirlpool Corporation. Ellen serves as an independent board director for thre...
74. Leadership Lessons (with Steven Mintert)
Today’s episode is an interview with Steven Mintert who spent 38 years of his career at Kraft Heinz (and all the iterations of the Kraft company throughout his career.) He worked in several different Information Technology leadership positions in plants and at headquarters. He was responsible for regional operations, global programs, and global operational roles. He is a leader who is k...
73. Reinventing Your Career (with Linda Lautenberg & Judy Schoenberg)
Today’s episode is an interview with the founders of EvolveMe. A company that is helping women with their career reinvention. Judy Schoenberg, Co-Founder, is a graduate of Harvard University and a former national executive for Girl Scouts of the USA. She’s authored numerous publications on girls’ and women's leadership, and her work has been featured in Whit...
72. Remote Leadership
Today’s episode is focused on remote leadership. The world changed for leaders in 2020, and for those who had never led a team remotely before, it was a big adjustment. Leading remotely used to be reserved only for people who managed team members in different locations or countries. Now everyone was experiencing it no matter where they were in the world, and all at the same time.
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71. Maintaining a Neutral Mindset
Today’s episode is focused on how to maintain a neutral mindset. Having a neutral mindset helps you maintain your emotions and be open-minded when others may not be able to do that. You can’t make good decisions if you are in a fight-or-flight moment. The goal isn’t to be over-the-top negative or positive. Achieving the outcome you want is about remaining calm and accepting whatever situation you ...
70. Becoming a Leader
Today’s episode is focused on becoming a leader of a team or even taking over a team. It is very exciting when it happens to you. Leadership isn’t something that people are immediately good at when they get the title. It takes time to figure out who you are and what you stand for. Having a strong leadership foundation is great way to start, but then what? You can take every class there is, but this is about...
69. The Power of Words
Today’s episode is focused on the power that your words have in an organization and as a leader. What you say can have a positive effect on someone, and the opposite is also true. What type of message do you want to send to others in conversations, meetings and presentations? Consider the importance of the words that you use so that you are seen, heard and respected.
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68. Creating a Better Workplace
Today’s episode is focused on the state of the workplace in 2023. Gallup has published a report based on over 120,000 leaders globally and their responses to various survey questions on engagement, stress, workplace locations and what they need from their managers. There are quite a few interesting statistics that came out of the report, and I discuss my thoughts on some of the results.
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67. Empowering Yourself to Make a Career Transition
Today’s episode is focused on how to make the decision for yourself on whether or not to make a career transition. I think that we all consider leaving when we are having a bad day, but how many people actually do it? Sometimes these decisions are thrust upon us (layoffs, reorganizations, etc), but we always have the choice to make these decisions for ourselves. How do you make ...
66. A Recruiter’s View of Job Search (with Adam Viet)
Adam Viet has been a leader in the technical staffing world for 5+ years and in the industry for 11 years. He's passionate about networking and meeting new people, and hosts a podcast called "The Shooters Touch." He has a strong love for basketball and will talk hoops with anyone willing to listen!
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65. Leveraging Opportunities to Show Your Value
Today’s episode is focused on how to leverage opportunities to show your value. When you look at the choices that you make every day, are you focused on doing the easy things that keep you in the background or the harder things that could put you into the spotlight? This isn’t always a conscious thought, but more than likely the easy things are what you already know and would be cons...
64. Networking to Build Connections and Visibility
Today we are talking about how to use networking to build connections and increase your visibility. I will be approaching this from both the in-person view as well as online. I find that many people know that they need to expand their network, but they don’t know exactly how to do it, so they push networking to the bottom of their priority list.
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63. Embrace the Power of You (with Tricia Montalvo Timm)
Tricia Montalvo Timm is a first-generation Latina board director, venture investor and speaker. With her new book, Embrace the Power of You, she hopes to inspire anyone who has ever felt like an “other” in the workplace to embrace their true selves, own their identity and achieve success and fulfillment in their life and career.
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