“Passion and enthusiasm count for so much nowadays. So many people are just phoning it in. And so, if you are a little bit passionate about something or enthusiastic, you actually stand out even more.”
Listen & Learn:
- Overcoming the fear of identifying oneself as a leader or expert.
- The concept of impostor syndrome and how it affects individuals.
- The importance of engaging in one’s own thinking to become an expert.
- The qualities of a leader and how everyone has the potential to be one.
- How can individuals figure out what to talk about when they feel like they have nothing to say?
- Strategies for self-promotion and building confidence.
Lisa Bragg, author of Bragging Rights, helps leaders, including middle, senior, and C-suite executives navigate out of the old thinking and into a way of savvy self-promotion that is authentic and gets results. Her method isn’t a go-it-alone, individualistic approach; instead, it’s about how we can venture further together. There are benefits to you, your teams, your company, and the world. Lisa is a multifaceted speaker, advisor, and coach, and is a pioneer of developing “online” content as the founder of MediaFace, and a former TV journalist.
In her book, Bragging Rights, Lisa digs deeper into understanding bragging. She conducted one of the world’s most extensive research studies, and the findings overwhelmingly show we want to hear you brag. But how do you do it in a way that isn’t obnoxious?
Thought leadership strategies that position leadership and entire teams for success. Call LORI JONES today at 303-678-7102 to learn more.