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NEWS AND MEDIA COVERAGE

KMA 960 and KMA FM 99.1
The Dean and Don Radio Show
On April 7, Jo Miller spoke with Dean and Don about her upcoming appearance at the ICAN Women's Leadership Conference and how having sponsors can make a difference to career advancement.
   
Midland Business Journal
Breakout sessions strive to develop leadership skills
Helping emerging women leaders move into management and leadership is the goal in the two leadership sessions by Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Read the article >>
   
Cedar Rapids Gazette
A checklist for when to diplomatically say no
One way to demonstrate your potential to grow beyond your current role is to take on “stretch” assignments, but there are times when the extra workload can actually work against you.
Read Jo Miller's guest column for the Cedar Rapids Gazette >>
   
Network of Executive Women
Leadership Academy offers strategies to stay motivated
Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching, offered more than 380 Network of Executive Women members real-life strategies for "Staying Motivated and Engaged” during the year’s first Leadership Academy webinar.
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Women's Global Leadership Network
Building Relationships Key to Gaining Influence
Keynote speaker Jo Miller, CEO of consulting firm Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc., addressed the ways in which oil and gas professionals can expand their influence, at any career stage.
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  Network of Executive Women
Strategies for Influencing Up
More than 400 NEW members learned to give feedback to managers, sell big ideas and negotiate their own success during the NEW Leadership Academy webinar, Nov. 7, 2013 facilitated by Jo Miller.
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Royal Gazette
Helping Women in Bermuda reach their Leadership Goals
Jo Miller tours the world providing women in business with a road map for how they can work towards leadership positions in their chosen fields. She was recently in Bermuda speaking at a sold-out workshop, hosted by the Centre for Leadership.
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SAP Radio
Empowering Leaders at all Levels
Your entire workforce, entry level to C-suite, has leadership potential that can benefit your organization. What is your HR team doing about it? Jo Miller spoke to SAP Radio's HR Trends.
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  Cedar Crest College
Leadership Series Unleashes the Power of Women
The first-ever Cedar Crest College Power of Women Leadership Series seminar, titled “The Power and Influence of Leadership Development,” was held on January 31, 2013 and the sold-out program was a success.
Read the article and watch the video >>
 
   
NetApp NetApp's Women in Technology Group Celebrates 3 Years
NetApp 360 Blog
NetApp's Women in Technology group celebrated its third year anniversary with a special one-hour presentation from Jo Miller, CEO of Women's Leadership Coaching, Inc.
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Business 380 Magazine
The Business Quiz
Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. was interviewed for the Business 380 Magazine Biz Quiz.
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Milpitas Patch
How to Climb the Corporate Ladder as a Woman in High-Tech
At the Poised for Leadership workshop, Women’s Leadership Coaching is teaching women how to get those senior-level, executive jobs they’ve wanted.
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Forbes Woman
Tame Your Inner Control Freak
Women’s Leadership Coaching Inc CEO Jo Miller commented on how top-performing women can relinquish control without losing power or negatively impacting performance.
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San Francisco Chronicle
Juice Up Your Job

Jo Miller, CEO of Women's Leadership Coaching in San Jose, counsels women who have established careers but are feeling stagnant in their existing jobs.
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Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
2008 Women of influence

Jo Miller was recognized as one of the 2008 Women of Influence in Silicon Valley.
   

Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
Women Both Help and Hinder Each Other

Jo Miller, CEO of Women's Leadership Coaching describes two factors that can prevent women from helping each other. 
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Boston Globe
Find Someone to Watch Over You

Jo Miller, chief executive of Women’s Leadership Coaching, describes the difference between a mentor and a coach.
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Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal
40 Under 40

Women’s Leadership Coaching CEO Jo Miller was named as one of Silicon Valley business community's 40 rising stars under the age of 40.
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ARTICLES AND ADVICE

Ask an Executive: The Four Characteristics of Leaders Who Get Hired and Promoted

Women's Leadership Coaching Blog

What are the most common characteristics of people in your organization who contribute the most value?  Read Jo's article >> 

 

Five Must-Have Network Connections

Iowa Women's Leadership Conference

Having a network of strong working relationships across your organization can connect you with hidden information, resources, and opportunities. Read Jo's article >>

 

The Rules of the Game: Pay Attention to Office Politics If You Want to “Win” the Corner Office

Women's Leadership Coaching Blog

Have you ever wondered if playing the game of office politics is necessary to be successful? Read Jo's article >> 

 

How to break into 'closed' networks

Network of Executive Women

The way to advance is by understanding what drives and sustains the informal social networks around you. Read Jo's article >>

 

You got the job—now run with it

Network of Executive Women

Three steps to take to quickly survey the landscape when you start a new role. Read Jo's article >>

 

Ask an Executive: Five Ways to Advance Your Career

Women's Leadership Coaching Blog

If you had one hour to speak candidly with a senior executive, what questions would you ask? Read Jo's article >> 

 

Three Components of a Good Strategy

The Gazette

How would you make the transition from being reactive to thinking and acting strategically? And what exactly is “strategy,” anyway? Read Jo's article >>

 

3 Tips to Becoming a Visionary Leader

The Gazette

Being visionary sounds like a lofty designation reserved for the rarest of business gurus. To anyone tending to the day-to-day running of a business, being a visionary can seem like an indulgence for which there simply is not time. Read Jo's article >>


6 Critical Career Missteps That Put a Lid on Career Advancement

Women's Leadership Coaching Blog

It isn’t easy to break out and establish yourself as an up-and-coming leader inside a large corporation. Some days you can feel like the best kept secret in your organization. Read the article and watch the video

 

Tips for Getting to the Top Floor: 3 Simple Ways to Up-level Your Elevator Speech

Women's Leadership Coaching Blog

Is your elevator speech elevating your career all the way to the top? Or is it leaving you stuck on the ground floor?   Read Jo's article >> 

 

What Your Boss Won’t Tell You About How to Become a Leader

Women's Leadership Coaching Blog

Five common and uncommon tips for moving upward, including some things you’d be unlikely to hear from your manager. Read Jo's article >> 


What's Wrong With Working Hard?

Women's Leadership Coaching Blog

Are you a hard worker? Doing great work and delivering outstanding results aren't always enough to attract reward and recognition. Watch the video >> 

 

MEDIA KIT

Biography for Jo Miller, CEO, Women's Leadership Coaching, Inc.
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High resolution head shot for Jo Miller
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Company Fact Sheet
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Media alerts and releases
February 11, 2014: Jo Miller’s Webinar Reveals How Women Can Develop Workplace Political Savvy for Career Advancement

 

February 2, 2014: Network of Executive Women Launches 2014 Leadership Webinar Series for Its Members

 

February 7, 2014: Jones School to host 14th annual Women in Leadership conference

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