Jul 12, 2019
Did you know that female leaders who act in ways associated with male leaders – assertive, authoritative, directive – are seen more negatively than males? Unfortunately, this is the case in today’s society. But, The Women’s March, the Me Too Movement, and so much more has empowered women to stand up for what they believe in, take action, and claim their voice in today’s world.
In this episode of Hilary Topper On Air, Hilary interviews Rhonda Moret, Founder of Elevate For Her.
Rhonda has more than 20 years of experience working in a strategic marketing and business development capacity for some of the world’s most recognized brands including Universal Studios, Subway Restaurants, Nike Golf, the PGA of America, and the PGA TOUR. She has also worked with several high-profile individuals including PGA great Tiger Woods, tennis legend Billie Jean King, NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner, MLB Hall of Famer Randy Johnson, New York Times bestselling author Robert Kiyosaki, and yes, even Donald Trump (President of the United States).
With direct hands-on experience working in all areas of the marketing discipline -- from branding, strategic marketing, and design, to digital marketing, special events, public relations, and as a result of her comprehensive knowledge base, Moret is frequently retained by organizations seeking short-term marketing initiatives which ensure long-term results. Her work has garnered her media attention and she has been interviewed by Forbes, The Washington Post, Adobe’s CMO.com, The Business Journal, USA Today, and several other publications and other media outlets.
Rhonda is also a professional speaker, offers one-to-one strategy sessions and VIP days, and hosts mastermind groups exclusively for women looking to be her professional best. She lives in Del Mar, California with her family.
Rhonda will discuss how and why the time is now for empowered women to claim their voice. She will discuss how women should stand up and speak out. She will talk about how to ask for a raise, the plum project, and find the right mentor. Rhonda will also go over the greatest obstacle holding women back in the workplace, in society, and within personal relationships and more!
Elevate For Her is a professional development organization offering programming specifically designed for women. Programs include negotiations, personal branding, unconscious bias, personal finance, and even improv. They offer programming to corporations, associations, and on a one-to-one basis. Their subject matter experts include a Stanford Law School professor, Harvard’s first Diversity & Inclusion Officer, and even a well-sought after Hollywood actress. To contact Rhonda or learn more about Elevate For Her, visit www.ElevateForHer.com.