Reluctance to Claim Your Achievements

Learn how to claim your own achievements, move past either/or thinking that limits your confidence and ability to self-promote, and examine the influences that hold you back.

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TOTAL COURSE RUNTIME: 37 MINUTES

Content:

    1. How to Own Your Achievements
    2. Either/Or Thinking
    3. Conversation with Megan Gilgan and Laine Joelson Cohan
    4. Defining Your Referent Group
    5. Reluctance to Claim Achievements
    6. The Art of Self-Promotion
    7. Knowledge Check

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