Middle Management challenges for Millennials, and a path for leadership success

Join Diane Schroeder in the latest episode of “The Fire Inside Her” as she dives into the crucial topic of setting boundaries, especially the art of saying no, and its impact on effective leadership and personal well-being. In a thought-provoking conversation with guest Emily Tsitrian, CEO of Yeeld, they explore the disproportionately low representation of women and people of color in higher corporate positions and the pivotal role of coaching and promoting underrepresented voices in organizations. Get ready to uncover insightful strategies for individual contributors eyeing managerial roles and the unique challenges faced by millennials in leadership positions. With reflections on authenticity, the entrepreneurial journey, and the changing dynamics of leadership, this episode is a captivating exploration of personal growth and professional empowerment.

Emily Tsitrian is CEO and co-founder of Yeeld, a payments consulting company, and is an award-winning author of a management and leadership book called Make Me the Boss. She was most recently the head of Enterprise Professional Services at Stripe, and has spent the past decade leading client success teams across various tech companies. Emily studied economics at UC Berkeley and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

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Make Me the Boss by Emily Tsitrian

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