Jun 14, 2022
Some people are completely comfortable at work. They know what they bring to the table, and they’re comfortable asking questions and challenging the status quo. But many also feel out of place, and they pick up on small actions that only make them feel less comfortable speaking up. Limor Bergman, a software engineer, noticed that women in her male-dominated field often struggled to feel included and to speak up at work. So she took her 20 years of experience in the industry and started coaching women in tech, with an angle toward curiosity.
How can we become curious about ourselves, so that we know what our strengths and talents are? How can we become curious about our strengths, so that we can better pinpoint where we want to take our careers? And finally, how can we speak up at work in a way that demonstrates our curiosity–not only so that we can be heard, but so that we can initiate change and show our value to those around us?
Through group-centered and individualized coaching, Limor helps women in tech reflect on their strengths, learn from their mistakes, and take responsibility for making themselves heard in their work environments.
You can also connect with her on Linked In at https://www.linkedin.com/in/limorbergman/, or take her LinkedIn course for job-seekers, looking to do less job-seeking: https://limorbergman.teachable.com/p/how-to-find-a-job-without-looking.
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