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VMC PODCAST

Valerie joins the Business Code Podcast to talk about:

  • How organizations can support coaching and mentorship opportunities internally.
  • The benefits of formal mentorship programs for management and staff.
  • The influence of generational differences on leadership.
  • Key competencies for emerging female leaders.

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The Business Code is a co-hosted by Karina Crooks (@KarinaCrooks) and Kerry Bezzanno (@KerryModcom), The Business Code Podcast seeks to challenge how we view organizational health by digging deeper into the issues that impact employee engagement, leadership integrity, organizational functioning and team performance. They’re passionate about bringing the humanity back into organizations and rethinking the way they function. Their aim is to provoke new perspectives on reputation, brand and integrity-focused business.

Featuring some amazing business leaders from across the globe, they explore the concept of healthy, thriving organizations from the vantage point where internal communications and organizational development integrate. Some of our topics include:

  • Healthy and respectful workplaces
  • High functioning teams
  • People development
  • Workplace bullying and harassment
  • Ethical leadership

Mentorship, whether it occurs in or out of the workplace, has numerous personal benefits, especially for women.

CEO of VMC, Valerie Martinelli discusses the pros of mentorship and how women in the workplace can develop a support system for elevating the cause of women in the workplace. She also discusses the widespread benefits of mentoring programs and how these are important programs for employers to institute into their culture. Valerie talks about her experience and how utilizing mentorship, sponsorship, and coaching can help us learn to turn our weaknesses into strengths and how owning our careers is critical to success.

It was a great honor having our Founder & CEO featured on Talent Culture.Take a second to learn a little bit more about Meghan M Biro, another great “Innovate Woman” who is also the CEO of Talent Culture:

Meghan M. Biro (@meghanmbiro) is a globally recognized HR + technology analyst, author, speaker and brand strategist. She is the founder of TalentCulture and hosts #WorkTrends, a popular Twitter Chat and podcast every week. Her career spans across recruiting, talent management, digital media and brand strategy for hundreds of companies, from startups to global brands like Microsoft, IBM, and Google. Meghan can be regularly found on Forbes, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur and a variety of other outlets.

Meghan has been voted one of the Top 100 Social Media Power Influencers in 2015 by StatSocial and Forbes, Top 50 Most Valuable Social Media Influencers by General Sentiment, Top 100 on Twitter Business, Leadership, and Tech by Huffington Post, Top 25 HR Trendsetters by HR Examiner, in addition to other outlets and websites.

We applaud Meghan on her much success and look forward to seeing her continuing to stand out and be an example for women all over!

Click Below to Read the Twitter Chat that Went Along with the Podcast: #WorkTrends

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Butterflies of Wisdom is a podcast where we want to share your story. We want to share your wisdom if you have a small business if you are an author or a Doctor, or whatever you are. With a disability or not, we want to share your story to inspire others. To learn more about Butterflies of Wisdom visit their website.

On Butterflies of Wisdom today, JC (Host) and Best-Selling Author, Win C (Co-Host) welcomes Valerie Martinelli. Valerie is currently the CEO & Owner of Valerie Martinelli Consulting, LLC. As a Leadership, Life, and Career Coach, she offers 1:1 and program-based coaching for women. As an HR/ Management Consultant, she offers organizations various management consulting services such as program development, management, and evaluation, including gender diversity, diversity and inclusion, and other training and educational programs. HR Consulting services include human resource audits, employee handbook, and other policy developments, as well as employee assessments, methods of measurement, and management. She is also the Founder of Innovate 50/50, a gender equality campaign and mentorship program for women. The objective is to bring light to the issues that affect women and girls through empowerment and education. Valerie is also an advocate of educating men on gender equality and diversity issues and creating equal, inclusive, dynamic workplaces. Valerie is also the Host of #InnovateWomen, a monthly Twitter chat that discusses issues that affect women, such as those in the workplace, professional, society, and economy. She is also a writer for Careers in Government’s blog GovTalk, a monthly blog which discusses public sector innovations, trends, and issues. Valerie has her Master of Public Administration degree from Post University and Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Connecticut.

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How can we keep bro-culture, discrimination, and sexual harassment out of our startups?

In this week’s episode of Startup Tuesday, our host, Kelly Ann Collins, chats with Valerie Martinelli, a successful business and leadership coach on the Forbes Coaches Council. Valerie shares her insights on discrimination and gender equality, as Kelly Ann shares some of her stories from Silicon Valley.

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