Posted on Apr 26, 2012
You were taught it’s not okay to brag, right? Join the club. But in today’s world, there are important and surprising reasons why high performing professionals need to regain this lost skill and start sharing their success stories more freely.
Join PRSA Lookout Chapter on May 16 at 11:30 a.m. at Niko’s Grill for a fun, highly interactive workshop led by leadership & workplace coach Darcy Eikenberg, ACC, author of Bring Your Superpowers to Work: Your Guide to More Clarity, Confidence and Control and founder of career & success site Red Cape Revolution.
In addition to the fresh techniques you’ll gain to tell the world about your own successes, you’ll discover:
• Why we can no longer afford to consider “brag” a four-letter word;
• The three reasons we need to start bragging today, and;
• How to brag so others don’t gag.
You’ll have the rare opportunity to share your stories in a friendly, encouraging environment—a place where you can’t make a mistake and experimentation is welcome. As an added bonus, you’ll get an opportunity to connect with several different people at the event—and their stories may offer you ideas to solve the challenges in your own workplace. Finally, you’ll uncover something great about someone else–and about yourself as well!
Get ready to master the art of bragging at PRSA Lookout on May 16. Register now. Click here to RSVP and pay online.
More About Darcy Eikenberg
With a unique mix of perspectives, passions and practice as a leadership, executive & workplace coach, author and speaker, Darcy Eikenberg, ACC founded Red Cape Revolution as a way to help everyday professionals rediscover their superpowers, bring them to work, and make a bigger difference in their corner of the world. Working with clients such as The Coca-Cola Company, Microsoft, Deloitte Consulting and State Farm, she is recognized for her ability to help today’s busy professionals find clarity, confidence, and control, in ways that work for their organizations and for themselves.
Before launching her own business, Darcy was a Principal at human resources consulting firm Hewitt Associates (now Aon Hewitt), where she served on the North American Communication Consulting Leadership team and led the Southeast communication and change management business before intrapraneuring an internal coaching program there. She is the past president of the Georgia Coach Association and earned her credentials through the International Coach Federation.
A frequent guest of the media, Darcy has been quoted in the Harvard Business Review, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CareerBuilder.com, CNN.com, TheLadders.com, Glassdoor.com, and more. She blogs regularly at Red Cape Revolution, where you can sign up to download a free chapter of Bring Your Superpowers to Work and also receive her twice-monthly Community News with more tips and bonuses.