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Ladies who Self Promote - how to stand out for all the right reasons

  • 6 Self Promotion Blunders We all Want to Avoid

Self promotion can be tough for executive women. We can feel damned when we do, yet doomed when we don't. It's a tight rope that we need to navigate or we simply throw our hands up in the air and give up.

But not only is self promotion necessary, it can be really powerful when planned and linked to your long term career goals, plus far more fun when we plan in a collaborate environment with others.

Join me as we examine the 6 self promotion blunders that cost us a lot of money - and what we can do about it!

If you have ever experienced any of the following issues then this event is a MUST -

  • you're a younger executive but you've been told you're too ambitious and you need to do your time and wait in line

  • you're a deep subject matter expert but hate self promotion 

  • you're so busy making everyone else look good, but you struggle to do it for yourself

  • people have taken credit for your results and you don't know how they got away with it

  • you've got a seat at the table, but no-one knows why you're there, and you don't know how to fix that

  • you still haven't worked out what what you want to be when you grow up!

  • OR you're simply curious about working with Amanda and want to see her in action.

I was recently introduced to Amanda’s Women of Impact networking events. The insight l have gained has been revelatory. Just three words - quality not quantity. Amanda’s truth bombs are legendary, and yet she always holds space for confidence building. I really enjoy meeting with other senior level executives experiencing similar career challenges. Can’t wait for the next one!

— Jodie Burns, Managing Principal Solicitor, Victorian Government Solicitor's Office

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Working with Amanda is like getting an instant promotion! She has a deep understanding of how women work, lead and think and is therefore able to create self-promotion strategies that feel both comfortable and crucial for anyone wanting to have more impact and control the narrative of how they are seen and heard professionally. Amanda is a brilliant connector and motivator who has the knack of combining focussed learning with a serious injection of fun.
— Penny Terry - Speaker | Broadcaster | Mentor