We all have a personal reputation. Yours is how people describe you when you’re not in the room. If you could listen, what would they have to say?
I help my clients increase their self-awareness of what it is they have to offer and how they wish to come across. With greater confidence in how you want to present yourself, you can take control of the signals you send and own the impact you make.
You can ask people for feedback and use psychometric profiling tools to understand your approach. It really pays to check the words you think define you against those other people derive from how you look, sound and behave. After all, there’s no point working hard to earn a reputation if it doesn’t reflect your core strengths.
A range of tailored courses and workshops are available to help you hone your unique proposition. These vary enormously but typically fall into two core areas: personal impact and interpersonal impact. They can be delivered face to face through 1:1 coaching, talks or workshops and also online via Zoom. Your main take-out will be greater confidence.
Give yourself the time and space to think about your core strengths and values. Actively shape your reputation before you’re given one by other people.
It’s important that your impact remains consistent in the dynamic world of work. Learn techniques to deal with courageous conversations, giving and receiving feedback and building resilience in the face of change which will enable you to stay true to your values.
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