Not Even Remotely Sorry: Unapologetic During a Pandemic
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About the Event
While it may be the polite thing to do, apologizing—especially over-apologizing – can diminish our credibility. During this time of a pandemic and #wfh situations, it appears that we are very apologetic about our messy office, our kids appearing on screen, or our dog barking in the background.
I say, no more! There is no need to apologize for this situation that we are ALL in.
This presentation gets at the core of the apologetic team member, leader, and hard worker. The goal will be to provide tips to avoid weakening your messaging and your leadership reputation. During the session, participants will explore the following:
- Do women apologize more than men? We'll discuss the perception and have a lively dialogue on the this topic.
- Case study review. You'll have the opportunity to review a case study and provide recommendations.
- Reflection. You'll have the opportunity to do a self-reflection so that you can stand tall and speak confidently without the need to apologize.