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To advance and succeed in your career, you need to be seen and heard, and meetings are a crucial time to show up and demonstrate your value. Here are five ways to make it easier for you to speak up in meetings when you’re an introvert.
Taking on a new role comes with many challenges and what worked in your previous role may no longer work in your new role. Discover why being in a “brain trust” is the single most important thing you can do to succeed in your new role.
When you take on a new leadership role, there are five main challenges to overcome to show you’re capable of leading at the next level. The key is to recognize the challenges and learn how to handle them.
In this time of unease and uncertainty, it’s important to stay focused on the goals and aspirations that matter most for you. Here are three things you can do to stay focused on your goals and not get distracted by the fear and tension around you.
A question many people ask themselves is, “Should I leave my job or should I stay?” The decision to leave is such a personal one and it's one only you can make. That being said, I want to share three ways to help you decide.
If you feel you’re ready for a promotion but the recognition isn’t coming, how do you ask for a promotion? There are four important things to accomplish in the conversation to be successful and one mistake to avoid.
To rise to your full career potential, you need more than a sponsor and mentors. You need the support of a group of people who can make a difference in your career and are in a position to make an impact. You need your own Career Board of Directors.
A self-evaluation is your chance to remind important people why you should be promoted. Use these tips to write an effective self-evaluation that represents you well and helps your case for promotion.
We all need to influence people at work, but it’s easier said than done and it feels especially fraught when the stakes are high. So how do you influence someone to your point of view and make a compelling case for what you want?
You might think being smart, strategic, technically skilled, or having the best network of connections makes you a great collaboration partner. While all of these are helpful, there’s another quality that stands out above the rest.
Leaders who adopt a certain personal brand of leadership and stick to it can easily become outdated “dinosaurs”. Here’s how to evolve your personal brand as a leader and be more effective.
Whether your source is the bookstore, the library or borrowing from someone else, give yourself the gift of knowledge and make time to nourish your mind. Here are four books I’ve read that have made the biggest impression on me.
Feedback is essential to your career success. Yet receiving feedback can fill even the highest performing professionals with dread. Here are ways to handle the feedback you receive and use it to create an amazing career you excel at and love.
Who do you turn to when you need career advice? Who do you consult when you need to talk through a career challenge you’re facing or a decision you need to make? Use this free resource to get the career advice you need.
In a job interview, what are the things that make you someone they want to hire? In my guest appearance on LinkedIn Career Talks, I spoke about what hirers are really looking for, plus how you can show this to them in a job interview.
As a leader, asking questions can be more important than having the answers. And asking the right questions at the right times will help you become an even better leader. Here are some of my favorite questions and when to ask them.
Most people miss the golden opportunity to use their mid-year review to connect and raise their profile with key stakeholders. Don’t be like most people. Instead, achieve three important goals by doing a “reverse” mid-year review.
Do you have a perfect boss? One that meets with you regularly, gives feedback, listens to your concerns, supports your development, and trusts you to do your job? If not, here are some ways to improve your relationship and career success.