Topics range from negotiating better business deals to talent acquisition and retention, beating burnout, and balancing tensions between core and new innovation efforts, and more.
On this episode of the Multifamily Women® Podcast, host Carrie Antrim interviews Alycia Anderson. Anderson created a company in her own name and has dedicated her life to creating a diverse and inclusive society and encouraging others to reach their fullest potential. She’s spoken on TEDx about overcoming ableism – an experience she describes as a dream come true.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Multifamily Leadership is pleased to announce the national ranking of the Top 35 Best Places to Work Multifamily® for Women. This is an exciting list based on data gathered from the research conducted through the national Best Places to Work Multifamily® program.
Shifting customer expectations is changing how we work and lead teams. Women influence 83% of all consumer spending in the United States so Carrie Antrim had a conversation with Kesha Fisher and Nicole Wray, both of Greystar, to consider how revenue goals and performance are influenced by women.
Turns out change management is a critical step in inspiring innovation within a company. Understanding how to leverage and integrate both typically male and female behaviors will be the path to modern leadership norms and success in a tech-led world. In this conversation with Kaycee Kisling and Kim Senn Cross, we dive deep into what executive women are doing to continue to engage their teams.
How do you take control of a company from A to Z? Leading a company or team requires you to make sudden shifts from marketing meetings, to HR, to discussing financial transactions, and everything in between. Cindy Fisher and Georgianna Oliver look at the full enterprise of running a company, department, or team and how with a strategic vision, top leaders are getting people involved when they may not understand the overall strategy.
The future is bright in Multifamily for people that give a damn. Good leadership is about developing strong relationships, supporting and developing other leaders. Stacy Stemen and Sarah Saglam highlight those who really care, are engaged, are involved, and how they manage their daily duties to stay so involved.
“Inevitably, momentum and energy don’t lie,” said Hailey. “So you can create a space in your teams or your companies where you’re using these ‘Yes, and’ principles to brainstorm effectively, and then you implement the boundaries and the ‘No’ in the editing process. But there’s sacred time for brainstorming.”
Dr. Cari Skrdla is an experienced neuroscientist and the founder of LifeBack Consulting. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Eastern Michigan University, an MBA from Western International University, doctoral studies in Psychology from Argosy University, and a doctorate in Behavioral Sciences from the University of Greenwich. Dr. Cari is an expert in brain science and how that correlates to our everyday actions, for better or worse.