The Power Language of Women: 5 Phrases that You Should START and STOP Saying at Work
Have you ever heard the saying, ‘words are powerful?’
Well, what if I told you that words ARE power!
Did you know that how people perceive you, your professional brand and your power are determined by the words you say…or don’t say?
We speak at least 7,000 words a day and many times use phrases, well-intended, that give away our power or simply don’t allow us to fully show up in what could be meaningful moments.
This session is going to explore 5 phrases that you should start and stop using at work to regain your power and fully embrace the meaningful moments that matter! Specifically, we are going to dive into what your colleagues actually hear when you use those ‘stop’ phrases and what we want them to hear by incorporating power packed ‘start’ phrases!
The benefit to you is simple! Thoughtful and confident speech when it matters!
There are sure to be some ‘aha’ moments so join us for the ride!
About Catherine Wheeler:
Catherine Wheeler is a change management expert and organization fixer, think Olivia Pope minus the scandals. She’s spent over a decade coaching top leaders of Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations through significant transformations, including a $19.5B acquisition; challenging and equipping them to successfully navigate the terrains of people systems and organizational design for mission-driven impact.
What she has discovered in over a decade of research and coaching is that the narratives we believe are core to the experiences and outcomes we create for ourselves, those around us and the organizations we serve and lead. For leaders, leadership is the story people believe about you. For organizations, culture is the story people experience.
A teacher at heart she ignites and expands the curiosity and creativity of captive audiences globally during keynote addresses, conferences, podcasts and webinars.
When she’s not transforming leaders and organizations you can find her cuddled in blankets with her husband and daughter, scrolling Pinterest for five-ingredient recipes.