Many talented and smart women business bosses have excellent information to share with other women climbing up the corporate ladder. We want to share with these bosses, and future bosses, some advice about breaking into the C-suite. The best characteristic of podcasts is that you can listen and learn while driving, walking, or even preparing meals. In most cases, these podcasts come to you at no charge.
1. Being Boss
Business owners Kathleen Shannon and Emily Thompson broadcast their insights concerning creative entrepreneurship and give listeners advice on action items and a plan. These ladies have covered hundreds of ways to learn about the business world, while being entertaining.
2. The Broad Experience
Ashley Milne-Tyte is a British-born public radio reporter who lives in New York. Ms. Milne-Tyte began this podcast in 2012 to investigate the experiences women had in the workplace that were different from most men's experiences. Since having a balanced existence is what most of us desire, many ambitious women seemed unable to reach their full potential. She focuses on women of different ages, backgrounds, and experiences that match the show's theme.
3. Lady Boss Entrepreneur
Listeners can hear this podcast on Apple Podcasts. Regina Ackley is the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at the ALS Association of Greater New York City. Here, Ms. Ackley shares ideas and tips from her podcast members and work from home tips, how to write bios, and more.
This podcast focuses on helping women entrepreneurs grow their businesses. Natalie Eckdahl, business strategist and coach, interviews entrepreneurs on subjects like hiring a bookkeeper, financial management, hiring a CFO, social media, content marketing, work-life balance, etc.
5. So Money
The host of So Money is Farnoosh Torabi, a best-selling author, television personality, and an award-winning financial correspondent. Her podcast centers on conversations about money. She candidly converses with the world's top business minds, influencers, and authors. Her guests have included:
In one of her special episodes contains her conversation with Morgan Housel, author of The Psychology of Money. Housel says:
"Mastering money has little to do with math. Instead, behavior is the most critical side of investing."
Ms. Torabi's topics include:
● Managing student loan debt
6. She Did It Her Way
● How to run your dream business while working your 9-to-5
● Stop holding yourself back.
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Fundid is on a mission to get women-owned businesses the capital they need to grow so that we can all close the business wealth gap. While 42% of businesses in the US are owned by women, they only account for 4% of revenue generated by private businesses. We spend our time at Fundid thinking about what the world would look like if women also generated 42% of revenue and how to get them the capital they need to make that happen. Fundid is creating new ways to get small businesses the capital they need to grow and is built from the feedback of women entrepreneurs.