Ever thought about approaching conflict resolution and team development from a pure strengths perspecitve?
Visibility as a topic – or to-do – brings up a lot of uncertainty for women. But we can become more visible AND feel authentic about it.
Supporting women at work doesn’t need big DEI initiatives. Every leader can start empowering and encouraging their female team members.
If you work in an office, you may be tempted to quit your job when you get bored. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Ask for feedback – it’s good for you. This article was written to provide tips on asking for feedback so it’s most valuable to you.
And that’s what I want for you too: Be asked to do more of what you love doing, by taking matters into your own hands.
Women in STEM who get this right have a clear advantage: Knowing your strengths is the first step to becoming a recognised expert.