Nichole Harrop is a Women's Leadership + Career Coach who helps women own their confidence and advance their careers. She is a mentor and coach to women in the workplace who need additional support with confidence, self awareness, communication, growth mindset, networking and more. The world needs more female leaders and Nichole is here to create more of them.
119| Prepare For + Have A Great Phone Interview
Nichole talks about simple, yet important things to do when preparing for your phone interview as well as what to do when on your phone interview to have it be a success. But know that it won't always lead to next steps in the process, and that's okay. It's one step closer to the position that is the best next step for you.
Episode 43 is all about Nichole's favorite interview questions
118| MM: How To Respond To A Salary Range Question
We've all had the conversation around how to reply to someone asking what your salary range is or what you are looking for in terms of compensation.
In this episode, Nichole shares a script of what you can say the next time you're asked this question.
117| Activate Your Self Worth to Boost Your Net Worth
Author, Becca Powers, is a multi-six figure Fortune 500 sales executive in the tech industry by day, women’s career and life coach by night, and Kundalini yoga teacher by weekend.
Becca shares her raw, real, and radical story of overcoming the extreme adversity of being a success-driven woman in Corporate America as a working mom of four children while dealing with the real dramas of her personal life.
116| MM: Are You Asking For Feedback?
Do you ask for feedback proactively? Do you worry when someone says, "Hey can we talk?"
A great way to start getting more comfortable about feedback is to proactively ask for it. Nichole shares how feedback is a gift and talks about the analogy of feedback compared to a physical gift.
115| How To Handle Difficult Tasks
What have you tried when it comes to getting the more difficult tasks done? Do you have an ongoing list of things you have pushed off or are still waiting on completing?
Nichole shares what has worked for her, maybe it will work for you, too.
114| MM: If You Want It, Go And Get It
Nichole talks about how to go after what you want. Don't leave anything in someone else's hands or the ball in someone else's court. If you want something badly enough, go after it by being proactive.
Knows her stuff and delivers!
I’ve personally worked with Nichole in multiple companies and she is absolutely incredible! Knows her stuff, has incredible work ethic, and am thrilled at how she is giving back and sharing her wisdom through this podcast. Can’t recommend her highly enough.
Nicole does such a good job covering a variety of topics. The show is filled with beautiful insights and wit. THEIR guests offer awesome advice as well. I would recommend this show to anyone looking to be inspired!
Yay! And help!
I wish I found this podcast YEARS ago!!!
I just used the Google doc method of taking an inventory of my value, and daily/project-wise accomplishments. At my last review, it definitely helped asking for a raise. I was just promoted to a management position and,which is exciting, except, I do not think the pay reflected my role and duties. I was already player a “leader” role in the firm, therefore officially being put into a management position was a highlight of the covid filled year. Almost a year later,I have been re-evaluating my role and pay—I don’t believe I have been compensated fairly.
I’m curious to hear about your take on pay based on family size; is there such a thing. With small firms, it very much feels like a personal work family, therefore we know a lot about each other. Being a single female in her 30s with no kids, I’m always curious if others at my same level are being paid more because of their financial obligations. During the pandemic, we have all cut our hours. I have once heard HR say “he/she will be fine” referring to an employee that was single, no mortgage, no kids. Have you seen companies operate in a similar manner as to ASSUME employee’s financial situations.