Career advancement, Influential Relationships, Self-leadership
We all know that this is going to be a stressful week.The world is holding its breath, watching events unfold that are out of our control.We know that this can happen in our personal and professional lives.There have been times (even before the pandemic) when you navigated events completely out of your control.And then the
About leadership, Self-leadership
Mak runs an incredible community for new managers, the Awesomesauce New Manager Crew. Check out her thoughts around impostor syndrome for new managers… as well as which Friend would make the best manager (and the worst!)
Have you considered coaching but have zero idea of what to expect to pay? If you’re looking for a professional development coach, here’s what you should expect to pay… and what you’ll get for that price.
When I was in grad school, I really dug into the research on how your reputation can impact how people perceive you as a leader.And I wanted to share one tip based on what I found, as well as what I’ve observed while working with my leadership development clients.It’s a simple, if not always easy,
Imposter syndrome. Imposter phenomenon. Imposter feelings.
You’ve probably come across at least one of those three phrases in the last few years…
But what is it exactly?
And – more importantly – how do you get over it?
Click here for my latest blog post on 3 Strategies to Overcome Imposter Syndrome and Feel Comfortable Being Assertive.