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[005] 5 Reasons Why You Should Speak Up In Meetings The Leadership Pod

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One of the biggest barriers to building visibility that I see with my clients is not speaking up in meetings, especially when they have an idea, opinion or suggestion to share with the room.
This is such a shame because meetings are the easiest way for any professional to build visibility. But for a couple of reasons that I share with you in this podcast episode, emerging leaders more often that not, hold back.
My aim with the episode is to encourage you to speak up more in meetings by sharing with you five great reasons why you should!
In this episode, I discuss: 
How lack of confidence can cause you to hold back in meetings.How not all corporate cultures support people talking freely in meetings.Why keeping quiet shows you have nothing to contribute.How people can start questioning why you’re even in the room!Why meetings are easy and FREE way to increase your visibility.How speaking up can get you closer to high-level projects.Why you need to speak up to position yourself as a leader. 

Listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/005-5-reasons-why-you-should-speak-up-in-meetings/id1500219829?i=1000468536530


Resources mentioned:
“2019 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends”, Deloitte. Episode 004 of The Leadership Pod, “Q&A: How to Get Noticed and Rewarded for the Great Work That I Do” To build your skills in speaking up confidently and assertively, take a look at the Assertive Communication Skills Masterclass video course on Udemy. If you’d like to see what this course is about, please follow this link: https://www.udemy.com/course/assertive-communication-skills-masterclass/?referralCode=91E0C72EBD36C4BC684B

Love te show? Let me know!
Are you a fan of The Leadership Pod? Have the tips, insights and strategies I share with you helped you increase your visibility and influence so you can unlock your leadership potential? 
Head over to Apple Podcasts and tell me how this podcast has helped you by leaving a review. And don’t forget to subscribe so you can be the first to know when I release a new episode.
What are you waiting for? Head over to Apple Podcasts, leave a review and subscribe! 
Join the Executive Impressions’ Community of Emerging Leaders!
Want even more tips and insights so you can advance into leadership? Join my monthly newsletter and I’ll give you access to the Leadership Evaluation Toolkit so you can evaluate where you stand in building your visibility as a leader, and what areas you need to work on. 
Access these free resources and join hundreds of others in the Executive Impressions Community here: http://www.executive-impressions.com/your-gift


Follow me on LinkedIn!
LinkedIn is my number one social media platform and I would love you to join me there. Everyday I share tips and insights and a lot of video posts around leadership that you won’t find anywhere else. And the conversations over on LinkedIn are next to none! 
Join us by following me on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kararonin/ and followin

One of the biggest barriers to building visibility that I see with my clients is not speaking up in meetings, especially when they have an idea, opinion or suggestion to share with the room.
This is such a shame because meetings are the easiest way for any professional to build visibility. But for a couple of reasons that I share with you in this podcast episode, emerging leaders more often that not, hold back.
My aim with the episode is to encourage you to speak up more in meetings by sharing with you five great reasons why you should!
In this episode, I discuss: 
How lack of confidence can cause you to hold back in meetings.How not all corporate cultures support people talking freely in meetings.Why keeping quiet shows you have nothing to contribute.How people can start questioning why you’re even in the room!Why meetings are easy and FREE way to increase your visibility.How speaking up can get you closer to high-level projects.Why you need to speak up to position yourself as a leader. 

Listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/005-5-reasons-why-you-should-speak-up-in-meetings/id1500219829?i=1000468536530


Resources mentioned:
“2019 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends”, Deloitte. Episode 004 of The Leadership Pod, “Q&A: How to Get Noticed and Rewarded for the Great Work That I Do” To build your skills in speaking up confidently and assertively, take a look at the Assertive Communication Skills Masterclass video course on Udemy. If you’d like to see what this course is about, please follow this link: https://www.udemy.com/course/assertive-communication-skills-masterclass/?referralCode=91E0C72EBD36C4BC684B

Love te show? Let me know!
Are you a fan of The Leadership Pod? Have the tips, insights and strategies I share with you helped you increase your visibility and influence so you can unlock your leadership potential? 
Head over to Apple Podcasts and tell me how this podcast has helped you by leaving a review. And don’t forget to subscribe so you can be the first to know when I release a new episode.
What are you waiting for? Head over to Apple Podcasts, leave a review and subscribe! 
Join the Executive Impressions’ Community of Emerging Leaders!
Want even more tips and insights so you can advance into leadership? Join my monthly newsletter and I’ll give you access to the Leadership Evaluation Toolkit so you can evaluate where you stand in building your visibility as a leader, and what areas you need to work on. 
Access these free resources and join hundreds of others in the Executive Impressions Community here: http://www.executive-impressions.com/your-gift


Follow me on LinkedIn!
LinkedIn is my number one social media platform and I would love you to join me there. Everyday I share tips and insights and a lot of video posts around leadership that you won’t find anywhere else. And the conversations over on LinkedIn are next to none! 
Join us by following me on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kararonin/ and followin

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