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One of the largest barriers standing in the way of women getting promoted into senior leadership is practicing the skill of self-promotion - visibly expressing one's achievements in a work environment.
In this session you’ll learn:
About the research that backs why being visible makes you want to run the other way
the “game” of self-promotion and advocacy and how to play it for yourself and others
how to establish a self-promotion habit at work, using three cognitive biases that we all have
About Lindsey Lathrop (she/her)
Lindsey Lathrop (she/her) is a certified coach, gender equity consultant, entrepreneur, and certified #IamRemarkable Google trainer. Lindsey's coaching empowers women and underrepresented groups to practice negotiation and self-promotion skills in the workplace and beyond. Her passion for equity and inclusion led her to co-found a consultancy to engage leaders to explore their biases and shape inclusive and engaging workplace cultures. Lindsey and her husband Colin chose to relocate to Durham in July 2020 from Burlington, VT where they spent the last 15 years. When she's not working, she's playing in her backyard garden and getting pulled along on trails by her Aussiedoodle, Remy.
Connect with Lindsey at lindseylathrop.com/blog |@coach_lins |Connect on LinkedIn
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