This is the year you level up in your career and become the boss we know you are. In this webinar, our founder Claire Wasserman, will help you identifies opportunities to lead, how to make allies at work, creating a growth plan, and making sure your voice is heard.
Whether we like it or not, our bosses have enormous influence over our ability to succeed, thrive, and advance in our organizations, in our careers and in our own leadership journey.
Establishing strong, productive working relationships with those above us is the single most effective way to accelerate success in any organization. Whether you are reporting to a supervisor, middle manager, VP, top executive, or a board of directors, managing up is a skill that we all need.
This lively webcast provides proven strategies and techniques to increase cooperation and collaboration between those who have different power levels, perspectives, and personalities. Learning to effectively manage up is good for you, good for your boss, and good for your organization.
Learn to work with the boss they actually have, and not the one they wish they had!
Understand and manage personality differences that impact manager/staff relationship
Recognize different leadership styles and explore adaptive strategies for communicating and collaborating with each style
Take ownership for one's own professional success
Who is this best for?
Anyone who has a boss or is a boss!
About the instructor
Mary Abbajay, author of the best-selling Managing Up: How to Move Up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss is the president of Careerstone Group, LLC, a full service organizational and leadership development consultancy that delivers leading-edge talent and organizational development solutions to business and government. As a sought-after author, speaker, consultant, and trainer, Mary helps clients develop the strategies, skills and sensibilities needed for success in the 21st century. Her expertise lies in helping clients create dynamic and productive workplaces that foster professional and personal excellence and growth.
Mary is a frequent expert contributor for television, radio and print publications where she provides practical leadership and career advice. In addition to her role as a Forbes.com contributor, her work and advice have appeared in the New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, Forbes, The Financial Times, Money, Southwest Airlines Magazine, Monster, and the BBC. In 2010, Mary was named as one of Washington Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business and was a Smart CEO Brava Award recipient in 2017.
Does any of the following sound like you?
You hold yourself to impossible standard
You beat yourself up if things don't go as planned
You're hard on yourself
You tend to obsess over making decisions
You tend to take things personally
You feel pressure to perform / be "on" all the the time
You're scared of making a mistake
If you found yourself nodding your head, you may be a perfectionist. Holding yourself to crazy high standards and beating yourself up if/when you don't meet them, can get in the way of being productive, fulfilled, and ultimately happy.
I want to help you change this.
Join me for an interactive workshop where I'll walk you through common mindsets, ways perfectionism prevents us from succeeding, and practical tips on how to overcome it. My goal is for you to walkaway with an actionable (and realistic!) plan to help you release pressure and so you can become the star I know you are!
About the instructor:
Claire Wasserman is a career coach and the founder of Ladies Get Paid. This year she was named to Well + Good’s inaugural Council, and chosen as one of Bumble’s 100 Most Inspiring New Yorkers. For the past few years, she's traveled the country hosting town halls for thousands of women to talk about money, work, and self-worth. Claire . is currently writing a book about her experience, to be published in 2020 by Simon & Schuster. Learn more at clairewasserman.com
About the space
**Webinar is from 6-7pm ET and will be recorded**
Financial healing is the first step to building long-term wealth and true financial confidence, but many of us overlook this crucial step and find ourselves battling cycles of financial dysfunction all of our lives. This webinar will will free you to step into money confidence.
A clear understanding of the impact of their childhood financial identity on their current money behavior.
Create an empathic lens to re-evaluate the money messages and stories they tell themselves.
Develop a preliminary plan of action to redefine and rewrite their money stories and behaviors to more thoughtful and empowering ones.
About the instructor
Kara Stevens is the founder of the award-winning site The Frugal Feminista and author of three powerful personal finance and personal development resources for brown girls worldwide: Heal Your Relationship with Money: A Self-Care Workbook, Unmasking The Strong Black Woman, and The Wealthy Woman's Blueprint Financial Planner.
You'll receive a code the morning of.
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