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  • Have you dreamed of getting in front of the camera and sharing your insights? Or are you simply interested in what it takes to be successful in the media?

    Mona Naqvi is the Global Head of ESG Capital Markets Strategy at S&P Global. Mona was awarded the 2021 Index Leader of the Year Award by Women in Asset Management. Kristine Delano and Mona discuss media. What does it take to find your voice and be successful in engaging an audience and conveying a message.

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    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

    Mona's excelllent recommendation: The Gene by Siddhartha Mukherjee.

  • Should you walk away? But your impact is you stayed.

    How do we assure when we look back on our careers that swallowed so much of our time, our energy, and our life that we had a positive impact?

    As Chief Investment Officer of Kestra Investment Management, Kara Murphy provides investment expertise and support for financial professionals. Prior to joining Kestra, Kara served as Chief Investment Officer at Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management and she was also CIO at AIG Funds. Kara earned a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and a master’s degree from the University of Chicago.

    Kristine Delano and Kara discuss how to be a force for good that inspires others in an industry of tough choices. From the devastation of 9/11, Kara shares with us how she found Career Impact.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

    Book recommendation: The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

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  • What can happen to your relationships, your career yourself when you actually listen?

    Bella Oung is the Head of Digital Marketing at Innovator Capital Management. She leads all digital marketing initiatives and external partners relationships. Previously, Bella was the Global Head of the ETF Digital / Capital Markets Channel Marketing for Invesco PowerShares, where she oversaw the online roadmap in support of 140 ETFs and led the capital markets channel strategy. She earned a B.A. degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a M.S. degree in Information Systems from DePaul University.

    Kristine Delano and Bella discuss how to authentically listen to those around you and why it can make such a difference in your career and life.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

  • How do address difficult topics with challenging people in the workplace?

    Rebecca Sin is an ETF Analyst at Bloomberg in Hong Kong. She recently won the Bloomberg Intelligence 2021 Award for her ETF research. She was previously the Head of Equities, Asia Pacific at Tradeweb and Head of Commerzbank ETF Sales and Trading for Asia Pacific. She enjoys educating clients and driving the growth of the business. Rebecca earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University.

    Kristine Delano and Rebecca discuss how to prepare for difficult conversations and how do we navigate once we are in them.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

  • How do you plan your career while still encouraging flexibility and opportunity?

    Kelly Ye, CFA is the Head of Research at CoinDesk Indices, a market leader in digital asset indexing. She leads the research team in designing crypto and other digital asset indices. Kelly holds a master’s degree in Operations Research and Financial Engineering from MIT and a B.S. in Applied Math from Peking University.

    Kristine Delano and Kelly discuss how career planning has both structure and fluidity. Knowing when to follow a map and when to pivot for opportunity, can be the key to success.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

  • How do we make smart career choices that lead to positive results for ourselves, our companies, and our families? And if it all goes wrong, how do we recover quickly and with grace?

    Christine Berg is a Managing Director and Head of Client Coverage Americas for MSCI. She is a member of MSCI’s Executive Committee and has served as one of the global heads of MSCI’s Women’s Leadership Forum since its inception in 2013. In addition to holding her CFA, Christine received an MBA from St. John’s University.

    Kristine Delano and Christine discuss the career choices that make the biggest difference and when to harness the courage to shock those around us. Listen and let us know the choices you are facing!

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

  • How do you create lasting and encouraging connections? What easy and effective steps help you build your network?

    Marguerita Cheng is the CEO of financial advisory firm, Blue Ocean Global Wealth. As a Certified Financial Planner® she helps educate the public, policy makers, and media about the benefits of competent, ethical financial planning. Rita is a regular columnist for MarketWatch was recently awarded the 2021 Women in ETFs Service Award.

    Kristine Delano and Rita discuss how following your passion, being willing to say “yes”, and leveraging social media can all conspire to bring impactful connections into your life. What is the most important thing as you walk into a room of people you don’t know? Rita shares her successful insights.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

  • Why will self-awareness of your skills and strengths make a huge difference to your success?

    Holly Framsted is Director of ETFs at Capital Group, home of the American Funds. Prior to joining Capital, Holly was a managing director and head of U.S. ETF product segments at BlackRock where she was responsible for leading the development and commercialization of BlackRock’s factor, sustainable and megatrends ETFs for U.S. investors.

    Kristine Delano and Holly discuss how careers ought to reflect strengths and on not rely solely on titles or pre-conceived notions of success. How do you know which strengths you possess and how do you apply them to your own career planning? Listen to the episode for guidance on creating a strength-based framework for your career trajectory.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

  • How to prioritize wellness while remaining productive and relevant?

    Lara Crigger is the Editor-in-Chief at VettaFi (ETF Trends). She oversees content strategy and direction, while helping develop new opportunities. For 15 years, first as a freelance writer and then at ETF.com, Lara has followed the trailblazers and trends shaping the ETF industry. From SEC rulings to securities law, from market structure to market movers, she is always on the lookout for misunderstood or overlooked stories worth telling.

    Kristine Delano and Lara discuss how work is good for mental health, but negative working environments as well as inadequate work/life boundaries can lead to physical and mental health problems. Listen to the episode for guidance on prioritizing our mental health on the job.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

    Books mentioned: The Bogle Effect by Eric Balchunas and Kamila Knows Best by Farah Heron.

  • How do you negotiate in a way that builds lasting and productive relationships? We all negotiate. In our personal lives, in our careers, how we negotiate and who wins, can make a lasting impact.

    In this episode of We Talk Careers, we are talking to Shanna Weber. Shana is the Managing Director of Corporate Strategy at Charles Schwab. She leads a team focused on identifying near term growth opportunities while also supporting long-term strategic planning across the enterprise. Shannon earned her MBA from the University of Arizona and dual BS degrees in finance and management from Arizona State University. She completed her SIFMA designation at Wharton.

    Kristine Delano and Shanna talk about the art of negotiation. Why is listening a superpower? And how nothing can beat preparation. They mention Episode 11, where Diana Tidd talks about the importance of how other’s receive information.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

  • Coaches, Mentors, Sponsors…oh my. How do you leverage your Network Pyramid? What is the role of a coach? How do you use a mentor? And why do you need a sponsor?

    In this episode of We Talk Careers, we are talking to Sue Thompson. Sue is an Executive Vice President at State Street Global Advisors and Heads SPDR America's Distribution. Prior to joining State Street in 2018, she advised some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated investment managers on their growth and distribution strategies. Sue is a graduate of the University of California, Davis School of Law and a Member of the California State Bar association.

    Kristine Delano welcomes Sue back to We Talk Careers to talk about your Network Pyramid and how to cultivate these important relationships in your career. “A coach talks to you. A mentor talks with you. And a sponsor talks about you.” Don’t miss out.

    Sue’s previous episode on Your Brand is Episode # 5

    Michelle Mikos dives deep into Mentoring in Episode #10

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

    Also check out Sue’s book recommendation: The Changing World Order by Ray Dalio.

  • What are the signs that a corporate culture is rotten? Or perhaps just not a good fit? On the flip side, it is amazing what is possible when the culture at your job is healthy and supportive.

    In this episode of We Talk Careers, we are talking to Laura Morrison. Laura is global head of listings at CBOE Global Markets. Laura spent 20 years at New York Stock Exchange and played a leading role in bringing new and innovative ETF products to market while launching key market quality programs. Laura received her bachelor's in finance from Western Michigan University.

    Kristine Delano and Laura talk about corporate culture. What makes some work environments amazing and what drives people out. Before you transition to your next role, how can you be sure the culture is a great fit?

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to https://kristinedelano.com/we-talk-careers-episode-12-diagnosing-culture/ for a free worksheet – Diagnosing Corporate Culture. Also check out Laura’s book recommendations: Accountable by Michael O'Leary and Warren Valdmanis, and The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni.

  • How do you advocate for your career? When do you push back and when do you stand firm?

    In this episode of We Talk Careers, we are talking to Diana Tidd. She is on the executive committee of MSCI and coordinates the environmental, social and governance strategy. Prior to this role. Diana worked as the head of the Asia team for Brown Brothers Harriman. In 2016, Diana was named by Money Management Executive as one of the top women in asset management. Diana received her bachelor's in political science, from Colgate and a masters in Latin American studies from Stanford University.

    Kristine Delano and Diana talk about the tough spots in your career. When you have to stand up and when you should stand down. Learn from their nuanced insights - like how to read conference room to when to take things offline.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to https://kristinedelano.com/we-talk-careers-episode-11-career-advocacy/ for a free worksheet - Advocate for YOUR Career.

    Also check out Diana’s book recommendation: The Premonition by Michael Lewis.

  • One of the best things that can happen on the job is when someone sees your potential. They take notice of the work you are doing and challenge you to do more. Be more. They offer to sit with you and untangle the mixed-up messages you are getting from your colleagues and others. They are a mentor. What makes them great?

    In this episode of We Talk Careers, we are talking to Michelle Mikos. She is the Managing Director of ETF Due Diligence at Invesco, where she has been for the last 16 years. She has a bachelor’s from Notre Dame and recently completed her MBA at Oxford. She lives in Chicago and has traveled to all seven continents.

    Kristine Delano and Michelle challenge you to get a mentor and be a mentor. What steps can you take to find and retain a great mentor? Prepare to be inspired and a big shout out to Bobby Brooks for his prominent role in Michelle’s story.

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    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for a free worksheet to Woman-Up and Be a Great Mentor. Also check out Michelle’s book recommendations: The Road Less Traveled by M Scott Peck, Feeling Good by David D. Burns, and Meditations by Marcus Aurelius.

  • Most of us have had moments or even seasons where our success feels illegitimate, or we feel inadequate to our own efforts. We are told to feel confident and project success. Why does it sometimes feel like a house of cards?

    In this episode, we are talking to Kathleen Moriarty - a senior counsel in the law firm of Chapman and Cutler, specializing in exchange-traded products and FinTech. She is regularly quoted in the media about issues from financial indexes to ETFs to crypto. The fact that Kathleen, a member of the New York city bar Association's investment management regulation committee and the NASDAQ quality of markets committee, can suffer from Impostor Syndrome should make us all take a deep breath. Kristine Delano unpacks how Kathleen tackles Impostor Syndrome head on.

    Follow on Instagram kristine.delano.writer for behind the microphone photos and inspiration.

    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for a free worksheet to Tackle Impostor Syndrome to the Ground. Also check out Kathleen’s book recommendations: Momo by Michael Ende and Her Again by Meryl Streep.

  • Do you pride yourself on being productive? Have you found the line between toxic and healthy?

    In this episode, we are talking to Kara Pagliuca. We all strive to be productive and keep on task, but what happens when we can’t leave the work behind? What are the impacts on us and our relationships when we verge over into the unhealthy region of productivity? Kara shares with Kristine how she uses planning, routines, and other skills to keep both productive and healthy. Kara is a Senior National Account Manager at State Street.

    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for a free worksheet on the 5 Indicators of Toxic Productivity and 8 Ways to Combat. Also check out Kara’s book recommendation Option B by Cheryl Sandberg.

  • Is stress beating you down? How are successful women finding creative ways to turn down the crazy-meter and find peace in their careers and in their lives?

    In this episode, we are talking to Linda Zhang. Stress is a natural neurological and biological function that can spur us into action and even save our lives. But what happens when stress stays at a critical level for too long? We burn out. Linda shares with us her unique and accessible ways of dealing with stress. Linda is the founder of Purview Investments, an ETF sub-advisory firm focused on climate and sustainable investing.

    The conversation between Linda and Kristine will help us take a deep breath and recognize the importance of mindfulness and mind resets.

    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry.

    Go to www.kristinedelano.com for 7 Simple Steps for Managing Stress in your Career and also check out Linda’s book recommendation The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Yu.

  • Have you been dreaming of another opportunity? Is a new job on your horizon?

    In this episode, we are talking to Jill Mavro about career transitions. For anyone looking to not only survive their career, but thrive, this is a topic of great significance. Jill Mavro was an Executive at State Street for over 20 years. She is now an Advisor for Cap W Global, a boutique investment bank founded by women and serves women and entrepreneurs of color.

    The conversation between Jill and Kristine will help us deconstruct a healthy career transition and learn how to execute it.

    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry. Go to www.kristinedelano.com for a one-page checklist on preparing for a Career Transition and also check out Jill’s book recommendation Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey.

  • Do you have a personal brand? Do you know what it is?

    In this episode, we are talking to Sue Thompson about your personal brand, something we all have, but sometimes don't spend enough time cultivating.

    Your brand represents your skills, but also how you're perceived. Sue Thompson is an executive vice president at state street, global advisors and Heads SPDR America's Distribution. The conversation between Kristine and Sue feels like it is over much too quickly with great insights and steps to nurture your own brand.

    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry. Go to www.kristinedelano.com for a one-page summary on cultivating Your Personal Brand and also check out Sue’s book recommendation Choke by Sian Beilock.

  • What is a great team? How do you move from individual contributor to team lead? The skills are different and can be hard to learn from book. Janel Jackson takes us on her journey.

    Janel is the Head of US ETF Capital Markets at Vanguard. She shares her insights on clearly communicating a vision, inspiring others, and delegating decision making.

    Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry. Go to www.kristinedelano.com for a one-page summary defining teams and the questions you should ask yourself before leading. Also check out Janel’s book recommendation Assembly by Natasha Brown.