AMBASSADOR COURSE: noun; a person who acts as a representative or promoter of a specified activity.
What activity would you consider yourself the ambassador of? What skill or leadership trait do you wish you were a good representative of? Promote the right culture in your organization or promote yourself as an independent contractor. This is the next phase of your professional journey.
This eight-session series covers each the subjects below in two coaching sessions each, scheduled at your convenience.
Speaking & Facilitation
Ironically, it seemed easier to avoid talking in front of people in person compared to the constant display in front of your webcam. Don’t fear team meetings where you can feel put on the spot.
Nonverbal communication plays a large role in remote work settings. Learn to respond appropriate and engage even though a screen. Run a meeting with confidence despite technical challenges.
Sometimes it can feel like everything is going right and then ‘life happens.’ Learn the tools to react better to change without losing sight of your goals.
Once you become familiar with adapting to your surroundings, craft the right environment to cut down on those situations from running the show.
If you’re a younger leader, you can sometimes feel the hint of intimidation or imposter syndrome. Understand the best way to navigate challenging conversations and feel confident in your decisions.
When you’re learning, you’re growing and that inevitably leads to change. Thinking critically and having a strategic mindset help you lead your organization or team.
Some industries are just as busy, if not busier than they were before. Just because you work from home now, it doesn’t mean the phone stops ringing. Take a minute and recharge before it catches up with you.
Judy’s phrase, “Any strength when over-extended becomes a weakness” applies to a number of things. One of them is work. Your constant chasing the next “to-do” list item is exactly what’s causing your fatigue. Remember, even beasts need to sleep.