It can be difficult for a remote employee to stay visible at work, especially when in-person employees are seen as higher performers. Here’s what to do.
The word “expert” can stop us in our tracks from sharing our insights and experiences. Here’s what to do when you don’t feel “expert enough.”
Don’t have a track record yet? Just starting out or pivoting to a new subject area? Let’s talk about the power of borrowed credibility.
Christy Pichichero coined a new term – discriminatory gaslighting. We often mistake this for imposter syndrome. Here’s why.
It’s not our job to be liked by everyone. Women are socialized to want to be liked. Here’s how to avoid the trap of likeability.
In this interview on The Courageous Presenter Podcast with Colin Ryan, I share tips on how you can promote yourself to speaker, do the minutes to become a more confident and charismatic presenter, and watch how it changes your life and business.
Having multiple offers is one of those “good problems” I get to coach clients through. Here are four actionable ways (with real examples) that will teach you how to become career poachable, too!
LinkedIn is a great place to promote your latest professional wins! Here is Coaching Lindsey’s round-up of four example posts you can try today, in 10 minutes or less.
From PR Pace Cars to those of us waiting for “our results to speak for themselves,” take the quiz & discover your self-promoter type.
How often have we heard “If women were more confident, they’d be more successful.” This so-called “confidence gap” is problematic because it places the burden on individual women instead of the institutions and systems that are made for the white men that predominately lead them.
Attending virtual conferences to build your network? This is your call to promote like the boss you are and make the most of any conference as an attendee.
Whenever we feel out of control, what do we do? Try to control as much as we can. This is a story about a time where all my plans fell through, leaving me to do the one thing I absolutely did not want to do: trust.
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