Today make sure your voice is heard. Speak up.

 

 

Published by Aija Rhodes

Aija is the founder of BossChix Network, a women’s empowerment and lifestyle blog that celebrates women’s professional achievements, community involvement, and family life. BossChix Network also empowers women to overcome challenges and achieve their goals, BossChix Network serves as an outlet for women to connect and collaborate with others who seek to climb the corporate ladder, land roles that prepare them for senior leadership, and live authentically. Aija is a management consultant for a Big Four consultancy firm. She is a certified Project Management Professional and has fourteen years of program and project management experience assisting clients in conquering an array of business challenges. Most recently, she led a team that designed an IT security program and portfolio management processes for a global healthcare company. When she isn’t blogging or working with clients, Aija can be found enjoying the restaurants and museums of her hometown, Washington, D.C.

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Garf
3 years ago

I am a shy type person so speaking up especially in public is always a challenge for me. Thanks for a piece of advice.

keoshia
3 years ago

Thank for this, I am bad about speaking up in meeting.

shannon
3 years ago

Pinned!! I wish someone had told me this simple yet effective piece of advice when I was just starting out in the corporate world.

Helene D\'Souza
3 years ago

Yeah I need to pin this somewhere! I sometimes loose the thread right at the beginning of meetings because of some “problems” that have happened.

David Elliott
3 years ago

This is a great reminder. We are our own best advocates. I need to remember this.

Anne
3 years ago

It’s good to gather your thoughts, I always feel so unprepared and self-conscious when I stumble into a situation without planning!

nicki
3 years ago

I saw this earlier on your Insta!Such great words for today – I followed them <3

Joely Smith
Joely Smith
3 years ago

Nice advice and very empowering! I agree that all of our voices should be heard but not everyone has enough confidence. I am sure this short but helpful post will empower someone to use their voice!

Julia
3 years ago

Perfect advice! As someone that has been in Corporate America for over 10 years, I agree with this. Be bold, know your stuff, and speak up!

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