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5 Strategies to Build Confidence and Earning Power
Do you ever leave a conversation thinking, “Oh, why did I agree to that?” or, “Why didn’t I say what I meant?” You know, that ultimate face-palm moment.
Have you ever wondered why your co-worker is getting promoted when you’re the better worker? Or maybe you’ve struggled with wanting to assert your influence at work, but you’re concerned with being labeled shrill, or a “B.”
When you look at the evolution of the workplace, it’s not surprising that women may struggle to feel empowered and heard in it. The reality is, the workplace is a decidedly masculine paradigm. Women aren’t the “ideal worker” for which it was first designed. In essence, you’re striving to be successful in a world with serious Mad Men DNA.
Are you ready to change it up? In this workshop we’ll talk about 5 strategies that can help address the communication patterns that trip you up in a workplace you didn’t design.
In this workshop you will learn:
1. How today’s current workplace evolved and how that can create issues for you
2. What the 5 Communication Strategies are, and how they show up in your career
3. Specific action steps you can take immediately target and resolve self-sabotage in your job
Lea McLeod, M.A. is a former Fortune 15 Executive and Oregonian now living in New York City. She coaches professionals to overcome job obstacles, earn more money, and find more peace of mind at work.
Lea is a veteran of large organizational work, and small business ownership. She spent 6 years as a Director level manager and global leader at HP. There she led a global team to deliver a $1.3 B world-class programs to over 300,000 employees worldwide. She has started two businesses of her own in the Career Development and Job Search Coaching space.
She has authored over 70 columns for TheMuse.com (with 3M+ monthly readers), focused on career and empowerment related topics. As a member of the Career Coaching service there, she has earned a 5-star rating from numerous client engagements.
Her free email series, 21 Days to Peace at Work, has been downloaded by over 3,000 readers at LeaMcLeod.com. She also authored the The Resume Coloring Book and E-Course, deployed to over 2,000 undergraduate students.
You can find her at www.leamcleod.com and on Twitter @LeaMcLeod. Connect with her on LinkedIn (LinkedIn.com/in/LeaMcLeod).