Today, we are joined by Natalie Serebrennik in a conversation about the lifelong and empowering impacts of self-advocacy in the workplace. Discover the essential steps to self-advocacy and how expressing your thoughts and feelings can help resolve workplace conflicts. Dial in!
Key takeaways to listen for
Foundational steps towards achieving self-advocacy in the workplace
Strategies for expressing and sharing your goals with others
Ways to break free from the victim mentality
The power of speaking up in resolving internal conflicts
Reasons to build a support system and find the right mentors
About Natalie Serebrennik
Natalie is a dedicated and certified professional coach who left a stable and lucrative career in Capital Markets to follow her passion for helping success-driven women advance in their careers. With over 16 years of first-hand experience in the corporate world, Natallie brings a wealth of practical knowledge to her clients, focusing on helping them overcome challenges and achieve their career goals.
Natalie’s journey involved overcoming fears and hiring a coach, which empowered her to pursue her dreams. She now leverages her extensive background to help clients navigate challenges like managing difficult conversations with management, overcoming imposter syndrome, and juggling career and personal responsibilities. A certified coach with a commitment to continuous learning, Natallie is a multitasker who values spending time with loved ones and pursuing her passions.
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LinkedIn: Natalie Serebrennik, ACC, CPC
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