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Accept, Adapt, Accelerate! The secrets to being a successful person featuring Karen Mangia
During this show Karen Mangia shares her wonderful mindset for being successful, along with how to deal with our inner critics by staying in our power of curiosity, creativity and choice to move forward. She tells us how we're on 'the climb of our lives' and expresses the importance of stopping, to enjoy and appreciate the ride! Karen reconfirms the importance of resting and taking time out, and grants us permission to do so. She also reminds us of how important our values are and how getting back to our values can realign us and protect us from burnout! Do not miss this episode and finish 2022 on a high! Follow Amy Carroll : Website: www.carrollcoaching.com Podcasts: https://www.carrollcoaching.com/podcasts Blog: https://www.carrollcoaching.com/blog Newsletters: https://www.carrollcoaching.com/newsl... YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/AmyCarro... Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/amycarrollcoa... Twitter: https://twitter.com/amycarroll63?lang=en LinkedIn: https://ch.linkedin.com/in/carrollcoa... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amycarrollc... Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-2418095 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Iw3LX0... iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast... Connect with Karen Mangia here: Karen’s Profile: linkedin.com/in/karenmangia Websites: salesforce.com/ (Company) successwithless.net/ (Success With Less Book) twitter.com/karenmangia (Personal)
What does it take to create a Culture of Belonging? | Karen Mangia | TBCY
S4 E213 Karen Mangia, Salesforce Executive & Wall Street Journal Best Selling Author 00:38- About Karen Mangia 01:12- About her journey 02:30- About Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 05:49- How much is actually being achieved in terms of DEI? 08:03- Women leaders in the boardrooms 09:15- Accountability 10:37- Inclusion and the Great Resignation 13:13- Impact of Culture on Inclusion 15:51- How are young leaders changing and adapting to inclusion? 17:07- About the books 19:59- About her podcast 21:46- Three lessons Unlike before, schools, colleges, and the workplace today are focusing on creating an inclusive environment to provide equal opportunities to people with mental or physical disabilities. But there’s still a long way to go to spread the concept of inclusivity and diversity to every individual. People with disabilities go through different kinds of hardships, one among which is accepting they are different and getting acceptance from others. In today’s episode of TBCY, we are extremely delighted to have Karen Mangia with us. She is the Salesforce Executive & Wall Street Journal Best Selling Author. About Karen Mangia - I help customers around the world solve complex, strategic business problems and position themselves for future growth. - I have a deep understanding of the customer experience--inside and out--from leading global Voice of the Customer portfolios for Fortune 50 companies and 20+ years of consulting directly with customers across multiple industries and segments. - In my role as VP of Customer and Market Insights at Salesforce, I engage with key customer accounts and collaborate to develop innovative strategies to address their key business challenges. - I help translate feedback into actions to increase customer retention, growth, and satisfaction.
The Douglas Coleman Show VE with Karen Mangia
Karen Mangia Karen Mangia is a WSJ Best Selling Author and one of the most sought-after thought leaders in the world, sharing her thought leadership with over 15,000 organizations during the course of her career. A prolific blogger and sought-after media interview, she has been featured in Forbes and regularly contributes to Thrive Global, Authority Magazine and ZDNet. Thinkers 360 named her as #9 on their List of Global Thought Leaders and Influencers on Health & Wellness, #12 for Mental Health and one of the top 150 B2B Thought Leaders to Follow. As Vice President of Customer and Market Insights at Salesforce, she engages current and future customers around the world to discover new ways of creating success and growth together. She leads the company’s Work from Home Taskforce and is shaping the strategy for the workplace of the future globally. Passionate about diversity and inclusion, she also serves on the company’s Racial Equality and Justice Taskforce. Prior to Salesforce, she spearheaded Customer Experience at Cisco Systems. About her recent bestseller: Success from Anywhere: Companies and individuals are looking for more freedom: personal freedom, creative freedom, and freedom to rethink what work really means. From dealing with COVID-19, facing diversity issues, battling burnout, zoom fatigue and more, organizations are stretched thin and must find a way to help their employees find balance and freedom in order to thrive in these unprecedented times. In Success From Anywhere: Create Your Own Future of Work from the Inside Out, bestselling author and veteran Salesforce executive, Karen Mangia, delivers an eyes-wide-open discussion on the future of work and what it means to find personal and professional success in the new workforce. https://www.readsuccessfromanywhere.com/ The Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.com If you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below. https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow
Shoppers Spend Big & What's Next for Work | Leading Through Change | Salesforce
In this episode of Leading Through Change, Leah McGowen Hare, VP, Trailblazer Community & Engagement at Salesforce speaks with Karen Mangia, VP, Customer and Market Insights about what experts are calling The Great Resignation, employee burnout, and what the future of work could look like. That will be followed by an insightful conversation with Rob Garf, VP & GM, Retail at Salesforce, about Cyber Week 2021 as well as the fall out from the disruptions in the global supply chain. And finally, we will have a very special conversation with Gita Rampersad, JD, MHA, Vice President of Health Systems Integration at Feeding America, about the dire situation facing many Americans when it comes to food insecurity and the work that Feeding America is doing every day to combat it. 0:00 - Intro 1:23 - Karen Mangia Interview 9:25 - Rob Garf Interview 18:42 - Gita Rampersad Interview #Salesforce #LeadingThroughChange Watch more and learn more on Salesforce+: https://www.salesforce.com/plus Subscribe to Salesforce: http://bit.ly/SalesforceSubscribe Learn more about Salesforce: Website: https://www.salesforce.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/salesforce/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/salesforce Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/salesforce/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/salesforce About Salesforce: Salesforce is a customer relationship management solution that brings companies and customers together. It's one integrated CRM platform that gives all your departments — including marketing, sales, commerce, and service — a single, shared view of every customer.
Hybrid Work, Innovation and Belonging - The Innovation Moment - Part 1
In this first episode of The Innovation Moment with Karen Mangia, VP of Customer and Market Insights at Salesforce and Kate Clifford, Chief HR Officer for Accenture North America we kick-off with exercises leaders can do today to help rethink the future of work and innovation in hybrid environments.
Powerful Leaders Define Success for Themselves First with Karen Mangia
There’s a balance in leadership success between being nimble and controlling the right kind of controllables. Karen Mangia is that leader who has found personal and professional success because she decided to prioritize — and control — what that looks like on a daily basis for her. You’ll hear in this interview how Karen was letting other people’s definitions of contribution, meaning, and boundaries drive her. And it wrecked her body, mind, and spirit. Lucky for us she found her way out and even used the pandemic as her reset time. She has changed her relationship with her career and invites you to do the same. Our episode brought tears to my eyes and I hope it touches you in a similar way with these lessons: Saboteurs will hold you back if you keep listening to them. Success doesn’t mean more, more, more. Commitment to success can be toxic. Blending in to fit in will cause you to lose yourself. It’s not other people’s responsibility to meet your needs. Do you have an addiction to activity? Do you know your body’s warning signals when it’s time to slow down? The difference between dopamine happiness and joy Set priorities to do your best work and communicate to those you work with. Divest before you invest. You always have choices. Why you need to stop asking others for approval Busy is a belief You only need 10 minutes a day to define success for yourself. ● Subscribe to my channel ● Share with a friend who is an ambitious leader ● Get more tips to fix your hot messes at https://www.stefaniekrievins.com/blog ● See the full blog post at https://stefaniekrievins.com/powerful-leaders-define-success-for-themselves-first-with-karen-mangia/
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