What makes you remarkable?
Do you embrace your successes? Do you find yourself feeling uncomfortable when you talk about your achievements? Or do you instead just stay quiet to avoid awkwardness?
Let’s stop succumbing to our fears and speak up for ourselves.
Let’s stop judging other women and cheer them on (and mean it) when they share their accomplishments.
Let’s stop glazing over how remarkable and badass we actually are.
The benefits of self-promotion – including taking control of how you’re perceived by others, and making them understand the unique contribution you can make – are vast. Self-promotion is a skill you can practice and it starts with taking a #IamRemarkable workshop.
#IamRemarkable is a Google initiative empowering women and underrepresented groups to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond.
— Improve the self-promotion motivation and skills of women and underrepresented groups.
— Challenge the social perception around self-promotion.
Intrigued? Sign up and join me in the#IamRemarkable movement!
More workshops to come – stay tuned!
Kelly Nash is a Chicago-based writer, career coach, speaker and founder of Lipstick & Ink®. She also works full-time in technology as a Role Strategy and Employee Engagement Manager at Salesforce and has over 12 years of digital marketing experience. Kelly has been featured in Thrive Global, Chicago Tribune, International Association of Women, General Assembly, Salesforce, and SheFactor. She’s fueled by black coffee, sunshine, a good ink pen, and a bold lip.