THE BROAD EXPERIENCE
and what it can do for your company

Tuesday, October 29, 13

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WHAT IS IT?
An online audio show and podcast that gives women
an edge at the office

Listener testimonial:
“Discovered The ...
Hosted by print and
radio journalist
Ashley Milne-Tyte
I’m a storyteller. I have more than ten years
of expertise covering...
Areas where the show can enhance
your corporate culture:

•Retention
•Executive Training
•Morale
•Networking
•Mentoring
•W...
Speaking topics:

•I can build a talk, program or podcast series

around the topics I cover on the show, each of
which wil...
WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP
How to achieve it, avoiding the traditional barriers that trip
women up along the way
“What happens, pa...
PERFECTIONISM
Stop trying to live up to a stereotype
(& ditch the guilt)
“This is why women aren’t in positions of power. ...
IMPOSTOR SYNDROME
Why women rarely have the confidence to claim
expertise, and how to remedy that
“Honestly, men bluff it a...
AVOIDING WORKPLACE
MEANNESS
We hate talking about it, but woman-to-woman hostility is
still a feature of plenty of workpla...
AMBITION AND POWER
Do these two words mean completely different things to
women and men?
‘I do think women need to learn h...
CONFIDENCE
How to conquer your inner critic and achieve the confidence
you need to get ahead
“If you set yourself a challen...
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I host an audio show and public radio segment about women in the workplace. I can bring the same lively, conversational style to companies that want to improve their offerings on diversity and women in leadership.

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  1. 1. THE BROAD EXPERIENCE and what it can do for your company Tuesday, October 29, 13 1
  2. 2. WHAT IS IT? An online audio show and podcast that gives women an edge at the office Listener testimonial: “Discovered The Broad Experience two weeks ago...just finished catching up on every episode. As a young woman just starting my career in the graphic design industry, I had so many questions and worries that you have already addressed. ” Thank you, thank you for this incredible resource! Tuesday, October 29, 13 2
  3. 3. Hosted by print and radio journalist Ashley Milne-Tyte I’m a storyteller. I have more than ten years of expertise covering business and women in the workplace in a lively, compelling way for national and international audiences. npr Tuesday, October 29, 13 3
  4. 4. Areas where the show can enhance your corporate culture: •Retention •Executive Training •Morale •Networking •Mentoring •Women’s leadership Tuesday, October 29, 13 4
  5. 5. Speaking topics: •I can build a talk, program or podcast series around the topics I cover on the show, each of which will spark discussion and has a solid audience takeaway •I’ve delved into numerous topics on The Broad Experience, from ‘leaning in’ to the negative effects of female guilt to women’s attitudes to ambition and power •Audio from the prominent women I’ve interviewed can also be included •Read on for a few topic examples Tuesday, October 29, 13 5
  6. 6. WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP How to achieve it, avoiding the traditional barriers that trip women up along the way “What happens, particularly when women get out of college, is they enter a new world in which politics matter. So if no one ever told them an important part of the job is understanding informal networks, then women have a hard time advancing.” - Tiffany Dufu, Levo League Tuesday, October 29, 13 6
  7. 7. PERFECTIONISM Stop trying to live up to a stereotype (& ditch the guilt) “This is why women aren’t in positions of power. They’re trying to be the ideal woman and they’re not thinking about what it is they really want.” - Jodi Detjen, co-author, ‘The Orange Line’ Tuesday, October 29, 13 7
  8. 8. IMPOSTOR SYNDROME Why women rarely have the confidence to claim expertise, and how to remedy that “Honestly, men bluff it all the time. As women, we tend to be more modest in our thinking.” - Chrys Wu, coder, journalist Tuesday, October 29, 13 8
  9. 9. AVOIDING WORKPLACE MEANNESS We hate talking about it, but woman-to-woman hostility is still a feature of plenty of workplaces “Stop over-sharing with the people at work. The people at work don’t have to be your very best girlfriends. They don’t have to be your confidants. Put a lockdown on your mouth.” - Michelle Villalobos, author of ‘The Stiletto in Your Back’ Tuesday, October 29, 13 9
  10. 10. AMBITION AND POWER Do these two words mean completely different things to women and men? ‘I do think women need to learn how to own their power and self-authorize, whereas perhaps men automatically think it’s theirs to exercise.” - Nicki Gilmour, CEO, Evolved Employer Tuesday, October 29, 13 10
  11. 11. CONFIDENCE How to conquer your inner critic and achieve the confidence you need to get ahead “If you set yourself a challenge every year and you achieve it, you will feel very much more confident going into the next year, and you will build your confidence year on year.” - Financial Times columnist Mrs. Moneypenny www.TheBroadExperience.com Ashley@TheBroadExperience.com (646) 226-0728 Tuesday, October 29, 13 11

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