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The importance of visibility for career progression


Nadine Powrie, MA, ACC, Assoc CIPD: “What if people call me out and say negative things about me?”
Gemma Stow (she/her): ” It’s not about you. It’s about them.”

Jeni Ling: “I don’t know what my top 3 strengths are.”
Gemma Stow (she/her): “What is it that you don’t know about yourself that you could use to your advantage? Ask 3 colleagues what they think your top 3 strengths are.”

Jan Daines: “I don’t have an audience.”
Gemma Stow (she/her): “You don’t always need an audience.”

Nicki Deeson on being visible when it’s too late: “and suddenly I have my back to the wall, trying to explain what the team did and how valuable they were.”

and that’s just a snapshot

We explore great questions:
– Are you ready to give yourself permission to be first? How will you do that?
–  Do your female employees feel supported with career progression? If not, then what are you going to do about it?
–  Does self-promotion make you feel awkward? If yes, then how can you shift your mindset
–  How to get feedback that helps you?

What’s in it for you?
– A visibility plan

Thank you, Gemma Stow (she/her)Nicki DeesonJeni Ling Jan Daines for being part of this conversation.

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