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2021-03-03 - Articulating Your Value Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
KATHRYN MILLAN
04:44
UT Austin
Elizabeth Schaub
05:27
Austin!
Kristen Macintosh
05:28
Spring, TX
Corey Hill
06:11
Austin but not a member of the Whiney Orange Natiion
Katy Montgomery
08:01
Are we automatically muted or do I need to find a button for it?
Elizabeth Schaub
09:50
Good point re: muting!
KATHRYN MILLAN
10:32
need good vocabulary
Konavis Smith
10:50
Bragging on yourself is sometimes seen as taboo
Cheri Nightingale
10:51
Work is having us do 3 year development plans and have to explain why I want what I want.
Kathy Burbank
10:54
I have a new boss and need to know how to make myself shine.
Shince JOSEPH
11:04
Its sounds like how do you sell yourselves...
Kristen Macintosh
11:05
I'm looking for work (thanks COVID) and I know I have value, but I believe most companies won't see it through the hard facts on my resume.
Doralee Lvovsky
11:09
What does research say about how employers better understand/are receptive to hearing about self strengths
Amy Armstrong
11:10
advocating for self
Sheldon Slover
11:19
confidence
Elizabeth Schaub
11:39
Strategies for documenting how one is providing value during the course of the year to be adequately prepared for the conversation during the annual review.
Tama Theis
12:42
Not at all comfortable.
Lisa Sova
14:08
I start talking too fast and get sidetracked easily
Calandra Jean Lindstadt
15:12
Hi Lisa, it should be easy for you because you’re awesome :)
Sheldon Slover
15:16
I choose Other.
Corey Hill
15:23
not sure what i think is valuable is valued the same way by others (decision makers)
Kristen Macintosh
15:25
Other: I know my value and can sound a bit frustrated/sarcastic when I have to explain why my 'soft skills' are actually extremely valuable, just because they aren't tech skills
Sheldon Slover
15:27
Value is sunjective
Tama Theis
15:30
Other. Not everyone sees my worth and does not agree when I start to discuss it.
Sheldon Slover
15:33
subjective
Dee Anderson
16:01
The CEO doesn't want to hear it
Lisa Sova
16:05
I see you Cali! Thank you for the kind words.
KATHRYN MILLAN
16:08
Not sure how I am valued.
Amy Armstrong
16:48
@ Kathryn...you are awesome.
Doralee Lvovsky
21:18
Will slides be shared via email afterwards?
Extended Campus
28:56
replying to those who inquired about access to the slides and recording, we will be sharing those with everyone who signed up after the webinar today.
KATHRYN MILLAN
28:58
Is this not Debussy?
Sheldon Slover
31:15
I have issues concentrating, ADHD so when I answer questions of this nature I end up with great math skills, and circle around to purple socks without making the connection to either.
Elizabeth Schaub
31:31
The piece was composed by Erik Satie.
Val Nicholson
31:47
I just started using this journal and am LOVING it: https://thestrengthsjournal.com
Elizabeth Schaub
32:06
Trois Gymnopedies: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gymnop%C3%A9dies
Corey Hill
33:50
will you have notes that can be downloaded later?
Sheldon Slover
38:13
That is a great idea, thank you!
Sheldon Slover
44:02
Odd question, how do you do an exercise like this without acting like you are seeking someone's acceptance or like that are judging you?
Cheri Nightingale
53:52
I unfortunately have to jump off, but thank you for this! Look forward to practicing and shining!
Erica Amundsen
54:34
Thank you! Very insightful.
Samantha Coleman
54:40
Thank you.
KATHRYN MILLAN
55:17
This was very helpful. Thank you!
Sheldon Slover
55:21
Can this be shared to other peers?
Extended Campus
56:02
contact Brett at teccomm@austin.utexas.edu
Tracey Lovejoy
56:40
tracey@catalystconstellations.com
Tracey Lovejoy
57:27
https://www.amazon.com/StrengthsFinder-2-0-Tom-Rath/dp/159562015X
Tracey Lovejoy
57:46
https://www.viacharacter.org/
Extended Campus
58:34
everyone, please feel free to ask any follow-up questions in the chat.
Jan Orr
01:00:18
Everyone will receive a follow-up email tomorrow with a link to the slides.
Sheldon Slover
01:00:33
What is imposture Syndrome? It was mentioned earlier?
Lisa Sova
01:03:19
Thanks so much Tracey!!
Amy Armstrong
01:03:32
Thanks. You are a great presenter!
Sheldon Slover
01:03:38
Thanks a bunch, you are great!