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Watch your Language! Words that are Sabotaging your Career

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Watch your Language! Words that are Sabotaging your Career

Speaker: Julie Holunga

  • Format

    Video

  • Level

    Basic

  • Duration

    50m

In this session, participants will learn strong vocabulary that impacts their success as a leader, and learn the obstacles that prevent their progress and impact.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify how to remove weak language from your vocabulary and insert strong leadership language to influence and impact those around you
  • Recognise how to increase your confidence by taking action and speaking up.

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Product information

Overview

Women face issues that hinder their career progression, such as diminished confidence, not being heard, and not regarded as a leader. In this video, Julie shares one of the overlooked keys to leadership success for women: a strong vocabulary. An effective leader needs to be articulate and use robust words. Yet, women can be careless about the language they choose (like, um, sorry…) In this session, participants will learn strong vocabulary that impacts their success as a leader, and learn the obstacles that prevent their progress and impact. Leave this session knowing that with practice, you will excel in your career by increasing your skills and confidence.

Professional development

All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.

Prerequisites:None
Programme level:Basic
Duration:50m
Format:Video
Access:This is a digital product. You will have access to the content for a year after purchase date.

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£35.00 (CIMA members only)

£45.00

VAT calculated on checkout

Speaker

  • Julie Holunga

    "Julie Holunga of Chinook Executive Solutions works with female professionals who are qualified to be a leader in their career, and yet doubt their skills or ability to take the reins. She also works with attorneys and accountants to build their books of business – their way. Both these groups did not learn the necessary skills through education or professional development and lack the confidence to activate the skill sets that Julie teaches.

    Julie previously served as the project manager for Alumni Career Services at Harvard Business School. She built relationships with leaders at Wall Street firms focused on the efforts to advance women into positions of leadership. Julie began her career working at Harvard University in the Capital Gifts group.

    She received her Bachelor's degree in French Literature and Economics at Union College and her MBA from Boston College. She spent seven of her formative years living and attending school in France, India, and Hong Kong. Julie and her family moved from Boston to Calgary, Canada and are now settled in Denver.

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