It is possible to get unstuck and get your career back on track. Building relationships through connecting, keeping your accomplishments updated and staying current with your image will help you stand out. When you stand out, it makes you competitive and attractive. and believe it or not, that's the fuel to get your career moving forward again.
To be successful in your career or business, learning how to network effectively is essential. Transitioning from a "networking" mindset to a "connecting" mindset will bring better results.
When it comes to strategies, much of what you do to stay competitive depends on your goals. However, there are three strategies every professional should do to keep a competitive edge. -Jocelyn Giangrande Strategy #1: Promote Your Expertise The first step to boosting your game, is knowing how to self-promote your expertise. Self-promotion is an … Continue reading 3 Strategies to Boost Your Game
Most of you if asked, would say you're confident. To some extent, that would be true. However, my question to you is ...are you confident enough?
Few of us pay close attention to our numbers in the workplace. This tendency impacts our ability to promote our value. Numbers tell our worth, our potential and allow us to build confidence in our ability. It's difficult to promote our value without the numbers to back it up.
"To change where you're going, you need to know where you've been."-Jocelyn Giangrande Where You're Going, depends a great deal on where you've been. Therefore, I always reflect on the past to make plans for the future. When you evaluate your past, it gives you the opportunity to learn from mistakes and enhance your strengths. Taking this step is critical to future success.
Communicating confidently with your boss can be challenging. Day- to- day we have conversations with our boss that impact how they view our work, our potential and our relationship. Therefore, knowing how to talk to your boss with confidence as well as ensuring that you are building the right reputation is critical. There are 3 things you should avoid saying to your boss to maintain a positive impression.
Career expert, Jocelyn Giangrande shows professional women how to communicate effectively, get their opinions heard and to earn respect in business meetings.
On a scale of 1-5 (with 5 being the highest), how would you rate your level of confidence? This is a question I often ask women. To my surprise, most rate themselves pretty high. In fact the majority rate themselves between a 4-5. Now, that's pretty darn confident. However, it always baffles me when I … Continue reading Are You Really As Confident As You Think?
Welcome back! There are all kinds of myths about confidence floating around. Below are 3 myths I thought you may find interesting. Myth #1. Confident People Are Born. The other day I watched a public TV interview with CEO, Bob Fish of Biggby Coffee. Mr. Fish, (AKA Biggby Bob) has a refreshing philosophy on what … Continue reading 3 Confidence Myths You Should Know