Communications, Job Search, Networking Expert

Need an energetic, insightful expert on your show? Book Michelle as a guest on your show. Michelle’s has appeared on TV and radio shows across the country including CBS Money Watch, Fox 5’s Good Day NY, and over 100 radio shows such as; Gayle King, NPR, Martha Stewart Living, and The John Tesh Show. She has been quoted in the New York Times, The Star Ledger, Working Mother and Real Simple magazines, US News & World Report, on MSNBC, and Monster.com among others. Her book, articles, quizzes and videos have been featured on USA Today, AOL, Forbes, CNBC, and About.com. Use her professional expertise and knowledge as a timely topic for your show.

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Radio & Podcast

Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Martha Stewart Living Radio –Find Out What the Simplest Law Is.
Exit Coach Radio Show with Bill Black — How Relationships Drive Business Growth
Real Deal with Jason M. Silverman — Use the Laws of Likability to Supercharge your Business
American Management Association — Converting Conversations into Connections
Smart Business Revolution with John Corcoran – The 11 Laws of Likability
Exit Coach Radio Show with Bill Black — Relationship Networking
The Larsen Group — Discover the Differences Between “Get To’s” and “Should’s.”
On The Money with Steven L. Pomeranz — Learn to Find Someone’s Interesting Qualities.
The Boomer Business Owner with Charlie Poznek — Analyzing All Aspects of Business Coaching
Marketing Thought Leadership with Linda Popky — Branding Yourself to Win
Dr. Diane Hamilton Show –Take the Lead with Dr. Diane Hamilton
Jim Harshaw: Revealing Failure as the Path to Success with Jim Harshaw — Relationships, Being Likable and Advancing Your Career

 

Career and Likability

Hal Elrod International — Upping Your Likability
The Art of Charm – Nail the Interview
The Gayle King Show – Discover Why It’s Good to be Liked.
The Brian Lehrer Show — Veterans for Hire
Clearly Influential with Sandy Donovan — 11 Laws of Likability
Dr. Zara’s Circle of Change Radio Show — Helping Heroes Get Hired
John Murphy International – Being Liked is Important — Really!
Tell Janus Radio Show & Podcast – Relationship Driven Leader
Kacey On the Radio — Who Likes You, Baby? Find out How to Relate to People We Don’t Like
Stick Like Glue Radio with Jim Palmer — The Laws of Likability
The Marketing Lifestyle Show with Amy Schmittauer — Likability of Your Brand
Jennings Wire – The 11 Laws of Likability

 

Fun Interviews With Michelle

The Rude Awakening with Bulldog — Relationship Networking: The 11 Laws.
The WHAM Morning Show — Relationship Networking WORKS.

Press & Citations

Networking and Likability

US News & World Report  – 9 Ways to Be an Incredibly Likable Interviewee
NBC NewsHow to ‘Pick Someone’s Brain’ The Right Way 
Forbes – Named one of Forbes 25 Professional Networking Experts to Watch in 2015
Entrepreneur.com – 8 Science-Backed Techniques That Will Make You More Likeable
Time.com – 7 Ways to be a Better Schmoozer
Forbes.com – How to Score on the Entrepreneur Likability Scale
U-T San Diego – Get Ahead by Obeying the Laws of Likabilty
CareerAttraction.com – Using the Law of Curiosity to Create Powerful Business
CIO magazine – Vetting Moral Courage
BetterBloggingWays.com – How to Apply the Laws of Likability to Increase Your Social Currency
Forbes.com – 10 Pieces Of Advice For Business Owners Looking To Expand Their Ventures
JimHarshawJr.com – Relationships, Being Likable and Advancing Your Career 
CNBC.com – Your Career’s Success Could Come Down to This- Do they like you?
AMACOM Books Blog Making Your Network Stronger in a Bad Economy
Forbes.com – Seven Downsides To The Collaborative Culture Boom
Business Insider – Great Startup Teams Foster a Culture of Likability
Forbes.com – 14 Tips For Leading A More Effective Meeting
Forbes.com – Networking From Home
ScienceCareers – Tooling Up: Are You Likable?
Forbes.com – 10 Ways You Can Train Yourself to be Happier
BaselineMag.com – Being Liked Trumps Being Smart
Realtor.org – Networking for Referrals: Making a Good First Impression

 

Job Search and Interview Process

MSNBC.com – How to Use Your Work History to Land a Job
The New York Times – The Job Transfer: Look Before You Leap
Forbes.com – 9 Ways To Prepare For Your Second-Round Job Interview
SpoonerAdvocate.com – How to Make a Great First Impression
USAToday – Faking Exuberance Won’t Land You a Job
CollegeRecruiter.com – The Cover Letter Debate: Stand Out From The Crowd
Forbes.com – Eight Career Experts Explain What Candidates Should Never Ask In An Interview
CollegeRecruiter.com – Put Your Best Foot Forward with Your Resume
Working Mother Magazine – Get Hired Guide: Score Your Dream Job
US News World Report – What’s Good and Bad About Temp Work
The Star Ledger – Sound Advice for Those Switching Jobs
Hoovers.com – No Experience? No problem!
career-intelligence.com – Keys to a Successful Job Interview

 

New Job and New Grads

Monster.com – Five Ways To Build Leadership Skills In An Entry-Level Job
Forbes.com – Is Entrepreneurship Right For You? How To Transition From A Corporate Career
Hoovers.com – Short-Term Work Can Offer Long-Term Advantages For Recent Graduates
Careersandcolleges.com – The Mentoring Advantage

 

Career Skills

Real Simple Magazine – Nine Secrets of Motivated People
Forbes.com – 13 Ways To Overcome Negative Thought Patterns
Forbes.com – How to Quit Your Job the Right Way
ChiefExecutive.net – 6 Do’s and Don’ts for a Win-Win Negotiation
Forbes.com – 10 Ways To Get Over Your Fear Of Public Speaking
Monster.com – Take A No-Crying Approach To Resolving Workplace Conflicts
Forbes.com – 10 Ways To Manage Your Relationship With Your Boss
TheStar.com – If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It: Author Says Women Should Use Their ‘Erotic Capital’ 
Forbes.com – 12 Reasons Why ‘Playing To Your Strengths’ May Not Be A Good Idea
Mother Nature Network – How to Get Along With Difficult Co-Workers
Forbes.com – 13 Key Strategies For Building A Successful Brand In Today’s Economy
Forbes.com – 10 Ways Managers Can Solicit Feedback Without Seeming Ignorant Or Weak
Forbes.com – 12 Techniques For Being Less Reactive And More Intentional With Workplace Communication
Eric Jacobson – Effective Listening Traits 
Forbes.com – Your First Three Steps Back To Work After Taking Time Off
The New York Times – How a Promotion Can Test a Friendship
Forbes.com – 13 Ways Leaders Can Better Understand The Unique Strengths of Their Team Members
Eric Jacobson – How to Be a More Effective Listener
Forbes.com – 12 Pitfalls When Moving From Mid- To Upper-Level Management
career-intelligence.com – How to Get Started on the Right Foot in Your New Job
CareerBliss – 6 Surprisingly Effective Networking Icebreakers
Forbes.com – 12 Signs a Manager Needs Outside Help

 

Interviews and Other:

Forbes.com – Eight Signs It’s Time To Promote An Employee
Sales Mastery – Follow These 3Laws to Be More Likeable
Daily Worth – 5 Steps to Breaking into a New Industry
Artofmanliness.com – How to Contact a Busy Person
Artofmanliness.com – Networking Tips for College Success: How to Build Relationships and Land a Great Job After College
Usnews.com – 6 Networking Icebreakers That Aren’t ‘What Do You Do?’  
The Voice of Job Seekers – Interview with Michelle Lederman, Author of The 11 Laws of Likability
TCWmag.com – Executive’s Bookshelf
GoodCall.com – Grads Must Prepare for Tricky Job Interview Questions, Survey Says