C-Suite Coach

Your Next Opportunity

Your Next Opportunity

Let’s keep it real, 2018 came quick!

It’s almost like we were in an episode of Black Mirror and time traveled faster than anticipated. The good news is, we get to create new and exciting opportunities for ourselves. Were there things you should have started last year? Are there projects you didn’t complete? Are there relationships you need to mend? Whatever you didn’t get a chance to do last year--the time is now!

Negotiation Tips for Your Next Performance Review

Negotiation Tips for Your Next Performance Review

As we move into the end of the year, many of you will be having your annual assessments at work. Your annual assessment is a great time to review your performance over the past year, discuss your goals for the upcoming year, and perhaps more importantly is often the perfect time to negotiate for yourself! Read more to learn how to make your next negotiation a win-win.

The Road to Passion, Purpose, and Entrepreneurship

The Road to Passion, Purpose, and Entrepreneurship

In college, many of us aspire to graduate and immediately land our “dream job” -- that job that will allow us to live the type of life we always dreamed of. Once we get out into the “real world,” however, we usually end up falling into one of two categories: 1) Having found our “dream job,” we feel totally happy and fulfilled in our careers, or [this is most of us] 2) We don’t.

Those who fall into the second, “unfulfilled” category, have two choices: 1) Keep doing what you’re doing and remain unfulfilled, or 2) Change course.

Making the Ask: Woman UP!

Making the Ask:  Woman UP!

Have you ever been afraid to ask for something? Maybe it was a small thing: like borrowing a cup of sugar from a neighbor, or asking a friend to take you to the airport. I hate asking other people for things. Unless I absolutely need something, I won’t ask (and even then, I’d still lean towards not asking).

Then one day, I found out you could (and should) ask for more at work. This, of course, can go two ways: 1) Ask for more work and responsibility, or 2) Ask for more money. Have you tried either one?