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In the Ellevate Podcast you’ll meet real women having a real impact. Female entrepreneurs, authors, business women, and other inspiring leaders share their experience and takeaways from their careers. Ellevate’s mission is to close the gender achievement gap by bringing more women into positions of leadership. Hosts Sallie Krawcheck and Kristy Wallace, Chair and President of Ellevate Network respectively, interview female leaders to showcase the immense talent these women bring to the table. ...
 
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My 2.0

Sonali Batish

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Sonali Batish interviews women who narrate inspiring stories of their career transitions, sharing their wisdom, along with practical and actionable advice through their challenges and fears; their support systems, and debunking myths and fallacies. My 2.0 podcast aims to build a peer and mentor community of women who provide support that allows us all to embrace and prepare for our career transitions.
 
About The Podcast 8 Minutes of Learning With Hira Ali are self-development podcasts hosted by me. In this brief podcast I hope to inspire and motivate you and share with you, tips, techniques, and strategies along with many other tools which will help you in overcoming personal & professional challenges and in advancing your potential. In each podcast, I will talk about a new topic. Some of the topics I wish to cover include; Leadership, Self-Help, Emotional Intelligence, along with inspirat ...
 
In the Power Done Differently podcast (formally Tell It Like It Is), you’ll meet powerful, passionate women from around the world who are doing power differently. From politicians to artists, entrepreneurs to c-suiters, anti-capitalists to actual royalty, this is no echo-chamber. We explore big things, speak candidly and hold space for disagreement. We laugh with each other and we learn from each other. Because power doesn’t have to corrupt us. It can connect us. It can change everything for ...
 
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In episode #21 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Dorie Clark, strategy consultant, executive coach, and keynote speaker, shares her transition from a career as a journalist to an entrepreneur. Dorie thought she was going to be an academic but got turned down for all doctoral programs. Her Plan B was to become a journalist, and she ended up getting laid off…
 
This week, we sit down with Kristen Shaughnessy to discuss her journey from reporting at small stations to NY1, misinformation and opinions in the media, and NDAs and ageism in the workplace. For more context on Kristy and Maricella's discussion, you can read this Forbes article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/amyschoenberger/2022/01/03/women-led-bus…
 
Description: This week, we sit down with Scout Sobel to discuss her book, The Emotional Entrepreneur, how depression helped her find entrepreneurship, and the pressure of purpose. For more context on Kristy and Maricella's conversation, read this NPR article: https://www.npr.org/2021/11/15/1055870011/harvard-crimson-first-latina-president-coronell-…
 
In episode #20 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Sarah Brown, Senior Director Sales Enablement at Health Carousel, shares her transition from a career in counselling to entrepreneurship. Sarah’s journey started with a Master's in counselling. She worked in juvenile corrections with a superintendent who had been there for 20 years and was very experienced. …
 
This week, we sit down with June Sugiyama and Meena Palaniappan to discuss empowering women and girls through technology, being a changemaker in our community, and shifting and responding to the needs of users in tech, especially during the time of climate change. For more context on Kristy and Maricella's discussion, you can read this Fortune arti…
 
In episode #55 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Bea Wray, Author and Keynote Speaker, shares her transition from a career as an entrepreneur to an author. She grew up always knowing that she’d be a psychology major and a psychology researcher. And she went to college for psychology and even did an honors thesis and was on a path to do research and hopeful…
 
This week, we sit down with Radha Agrawal to discuss her book, "Belong: Find Your People, Create Community & Live a More Connected Life," re-imagining the nightlife experience in a safe space, and how women tend to do all the research when starting a business instead of taking chances. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatep…
 
In episode #17 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Judy Robinett, Founder of Crack The Funding Code, shares her career transition from social work to a power connector. Judy calls her career transitions ‘one mistake after another’. She went to college for a Physcology degree and became a social worker after. She transitioned to getting her masters in Economi…
 
In episode #16 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Kristy Wallance, CEO of the Ellevate Network,shares her transition from a career in finance and investing to running a networking platform. Ellevate network is the largest coalition of professional women in all career stages committed to succeeding in the workplace and the world and in lifting communities ar…
 
In episode #13 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Diana YK Chan, Founder and CEO of My Marketability, shares her transition from a career as a consultant to career coach. Diana experienced multiple pivots along her career path. She started with a rotation program in operations, training, marketing. And eventually pushed to get her MBA and landed a top job a…
 
This week, we sit down with Saleema Vellani, author of "Innovation Starts With I," to discuss the roots of innovation, the definition of success, and learning about yourself through active introspection. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepod.com!
 
This week, we sit down with Simon Mainwaring to discuss his book, "Lead With We: The Business Revolution That Will Save Our Future", investing in companies making a change, and how the pandemic changed perspectives about climate change, supply chains, consumerism, and business ethics. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepo…
 
In episode #51 of My 2.0, guest Alisa Cohn, Global CEO Coach, #1 Startup Coach - T50 Marshall Goldsmith Awards; shares her career transition stories spanning from accounting, corporate to coaching executives across the world. Alisa talks about her career stories and how she transitioned into coaching. How that was not an aha moment for her but a de…
 
This week, we sit down with Crystal R. Emery to discuss the importance of representation, changing the narrative, and advocating for yourself as a Black woman, especially in the health industry. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepod.com!
 
In episode #50 of My 2.0 Podcast, guest Debbie Millman, Designer, Author, Illustrator, Educator, Brand Consultant, Host of the award-winning podcast 'Design Matters', talks about her career transitions and lessons learned. Debbie talks about the drawing she did as an 8 year old, that she discovered a few years ago, that seemed to have foretold her …
 
In episode #48 of My 2.0, guest Poorvi Shrivastav, GM & VP, Product@HubSpot and member of the Forbes Technology Council shares her many career transitions in the product and technology in her search to find purpose. Starting off in India building a high-end apparel start-up to solve a problem she was facing, Poorvi consolidated her software develop…
 
In episode #47 of My 2.0, guest Joanna Bloor, Founder and CEO of The Amplify Lab, shares her transition from a career as a technology executive to a potentialist, adventurer and fairy godmother. Joanna came to the US from England in high school and began her discovery of building a future without any rulebooks. She talks about how important it is f…
 
In episode #46 of My 2.0, guest Joanna Bloor, Founder and CEO of The Amplify Lab, shares her transition from a career as a technology executive to a potentialist, adventurer and fairy godmother. Joanna came to the US from England in high school and began her discovery of building a future without any rulebooks. She talks about how important it is f…
 
In honor of Working Caregivers Month, we sit down with Heather Ainsworth of AARP to discuss how she got her start, how to navigate caregiving right now, and why leadership needs to evolve with the times. We also chat about how to avoid burnout, so be sure to tune in!
 
In episode #45 of My 2.0, guest Michelle Lim Warner, CEO and CoFounder at DCanter, shares her transition from a career in healthcare innovation to wine retail. Michelle and her husband loved wine. Not just consuming it, but exploring the many grape varieties and the associated culture and traditions. Since they didn’t have an endless budget that al…
 
In episode #49 of My 2.0, guest Melanie Spring, International Keynote Speaker & Professional Speaker Trainer, shares her transition from a career in branding to a speaker trainer. Melanie started her career in web design and branding, where she always had a side hustle like most entrepreneurs. When she finally bit the bullet to start her own brandi…
 
Join us for a replay of our Mobilize Women closing session, Creating a Racially Reconciled Future! Tune in for an open and critical discussion of the actions, acceptance, and awakening the human race needs for a racially equalized future.
 
In episode #44 of My 2.0, guest Asha Aravindakshan, VP Customer Delight and Operations at Sprinklr, shares her transitions starting in middle and high school through non-profit, government, the private sector and finally to becoming an author. Asha thinks she was meant to have career transitions since she seemed to have lined up jobs and internship…
 
Re-airing Dorie's original episode #21 of My 2.0 to celebrate her recent book The Long Game: How to be a long term thinker in a short term world. Dorie thought she was going to be an academic but got turned down for all doctoral programs. Her Plan B was to become a journalist, and she ended up getting laid off after about a year on the job.Eventual…
 
Join us for a flashback to our Mobilize Women Week "Self Defense Class and Conversation!" Get ready for a discussion of the power we can harness over our bodies, the power of our collective communities, and the power of organizing a movement.
 
In episode #42 of My 2.0, guests Melissa Boatwright, Global Insights and Technology Leader at LinkedIn, and Sarah Roberts, Head of Military and Veteran Programs at LinkedIn, share their personal stories of career transitions from the Military into Civilian space, including insights from their recently published Women’s Veteran Opportunity Report. M…
 
We're back with another Mobilize Women Week replay - this time, it's "Power Dynamics and Equity!" With great power comes great responsibility - and those with power should be accountable. Tune in to hear more!
 
In episode #41 of My 2.0, guest Kara Goldin, Founder and CEO of Hint, Inc., shares her transition from a career in ecommerce to launching a new product category through Hint water. Kara started her career in journalism at the Time magazine and later CNN and found her way into becoming a technology executive at America Online. As she took some time …
 
It's another Mobilize Women flashback this week, as we replay our "Innovation in the Time of Crisis" panel. What are the new ideas that are being developed and how have companies pivoted to try and reach the next frontier, all while facing a world that is completely different? Find out!
 
In episode #15 of My 2.0 archives, guest Seema Alexander, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Disruptive.CEO and Creator of the U.N.I.Q.U.E Method shares her career transition from the corporate world into entrepreneurship. Seema grew up in a small business environment, since her parents ran the first Indian vegetarian restaurant in the DC area. …
 
This week, we're spotlighting our Mobilize Women Week session "Building Psychological Safety and Belonging," in which we discuss how we can build workplaces where people feel like they belong, are not afraid to make mistakes, and can show up authentically to voice their opinions.
 
In episode #14 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Anita Moorthy, CEO and Founder of The European Startup Show, shares her transition from being a computer engineer to product marketing and podcasting. Anita has experienced several transitions in her life, starting from when she was studying computer engineering at the University of Waterloo, working in thei…
 
In episode #12 of My 2.0 Archives, guest Jessi Hempel, Host of the Hello Monday podcast and Senior Editor at Large at LinkedIn, shares her personal transition story as well as what she has experimentally learnt through her podcast. Jessi has wanted to be a writer since 3rd grade, and went to college to become a journalist. She wrote for Time Asia, …
 
We’re coming back and we want this new world to not just be good, but be better than what we could have imagined. What will it take to turn around? Find out in this week's podcast, a replay of our Mobilize Women Week session "The Great Comeback!"
 
n episode #38 of My 2.0, guest Carol Fishman Cohen, CEO and Co-founder of iRelaunch, shares her transition from a career in finance to entrepreneurship. Carol took a career break from 1990 to 2001. As she contemplated her return to work, she socialized the idea with business school classmates and ex-colleagues and landed a job much more quickly tha…
 
In episode #37 of My 2.0, guest Kaitlin McCulley, Founder & CEO at Outlet, shares her transition from a career in news channels to building a media platform as an entrepreneur. Kaitlin started working as a TV anchor and journalist and through her years at many TV channels, realized that she wanted to do more than shaping news in the way the channel…
 
This week, we chat with Rachel Rodgers, CEO of Hello Seven, about the many layers of entrepreneurship. We also discuss pay discrepancies based on race and gender, paying off debt, and looking at work disruption as opportunity. Be sure to check out her book, "We Should All Be Millionaires!"
 
In episode #36 of My 2.0, guest Caroline Vaquette, Executive Partner OurOffice, and a changemaker for a more inclusive workplace, shares her transition from a career in business to HR. Caroline is French, born and raised in France. But was ready for an adventure when she and her husband decided to move continents to China. And decided to do it all …
 
We've got a special treat for you this week, as we replay our Mobilize Women Week kickoff session, all about Dismantling Social Constructs! Get ready for honest, open conversations about gender roles, racial labels, beauty standards, and so much more!
 
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