Before becoming a coach, Joanne Heyman spent the first 23 years of her career in senior management and running pro-social organizations.
Joanne Heyman is a self-described anti-authoritarian who believes that deprivation is a terrible motivator and that coaching is a way to game success – both personally or professionally.
Have you ever been too nervous to ask for a raise or charge what you think you deserve?
Does your inner people pleaser ever hold you back from getting what you want personally or professionally?
Do you find it hard to compete with other women and not take it personally?
Well lots of women do. Because women have a greater expectation placed on us, in terms of how we make other people feel.
And in this episode of Women Wanting Women Joanne Heyman helps me explore why and what we can do about it in our own lives.
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Joanne Heyman, Founder and CEO of Heyman Partners, is a highly sought-after coach, strategic advisor, lecturer, and facilitator, who has led organizations and counseled leadership of foundations, non-profits, social enterprises, media companies, and creative institutions.
She was the founding Executive Director of the Urban Zen Foundation and has also served as the Executive Director of The International Center in New York, Vice President of the Corporation of Yaddo, Managing Director of the Financial Services Volunteer Corps, and as a senior advisor to The Goldman Sachs Foundation and the American Jewish World Service.
She holds an MA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a BA in Comparative Literature from Smith College. She serves on the Board of Directors of The GroundTruth Project/Report for America and The Dinner Party. She is also a Guide at Chief and a coach at the Arizona State University Cronkite School of Media and Journalism Table Stakes program. She is a resource and contributor to Kahilla, Thrive, and The MUSE. Joanne is a regular lecturer at Columbia University and a contributor to Forbes.
You can find out more about Joanne Heyman at her website heymanpartners.com and follow her on Instagram @joanneheyman and also connect with her on LinkedIn.
If you enjoyed this episode, also check out my interviews with Jennifer Russell about how you can increase your personal power with everyone you encounter. And also my conversation with Dr. Saida Desilets about how to to increase your aliveness so you can have better relationships, better sex and a better world. And also my interview with Coco Mckenzie about practical steps you can take to build radical self-love.