We often get caught up in our day-to-day tasks, to-do lists, and other action items. With this everyday whirlwind, we often lose sight of ourselves professionally — our strengths, goals, company mission and vision — the big picture. In this methodical, impactful, and dynamic webinar by GladysKong, CEO of UberMedia, she’ll teach you ways to rediscover your own strengths and how to apply them to your company’s initiatives. By taking a look at your own work and recognizing your past achievements, Gladys will take you through how to bring these things to your seat at your company’s table. Below are the questions and exercises we encourage you to share with your colleagues to discuss in association with the webinar:
What does your day-to-day look like?
What are you most excited about with your job? Would you say that is passion of yours?
Can you list your top 3 strengths?
When was the last time you updated your resume?
How do you keep track of your accomplishments?
Do you have any mentors? How do you connect with your mentors and mentees?
What are your company's problems today? What do you think are some ways you can help solve them?
You deliver strong results and you always know your numbers. How do you help your CEO recognize you’re capable of so much more? How can you communicate confidently, command respect, and build trust? Strengthen your executive presence and go from good to great. This is a full day in-person workshop with options on May 22 (SF), June 19 (SV) and September 18 (SF).
Millennials have only just begun their reign as the largest generation in the workplace. But they are not alone. For the next decade at least, these young professionals will be working side by side with more established generations, including the Baby Boomers, who are working longer than ever, and an entirely new group coming up, Generation Z. This means within any organization, any team, any meeting, any marketing opportunity, you may find any combination of generations. Each of these age groups has their own attitude, expectations, and professional style. To lead and succeed in any organization today, you must adapt to how Millennials work, while continuing to accommodate their older colleagues and paying attention to the next generations coming up. As the leading expert on generations in the workplace, Lindsey Pollak combines the most recent data from a variety of authoritative sources with her own original research, as well as detailed case studies from her Fortune 500 clients.