How to Self-Promote at Work (Without Being a Jerk)

September 4, 2019

 

According to a 2016 LinkedIn study, only 35 percent of folks said they feel comfortable describing their professional accomplishments. Over half said they feel more comfortable talking about a colleague’s professional achievements than their own. A more organic way to do it is to send over any positive feedback you hear from clients or co-workers to your manager, whether it’s emails or handwritten notes.“This is one subtle way to share unsolicited feedback that your manager may not ordinarily have access to,” career coach and speaker Dr. Tana M. Session said.

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