Talk Title:
Accepting Feedback, Advice, and Change is Critical to
Your Career Success

Focus:
Soft Skills

Presenter:
Jill Reggiannini

Date/Time:
June 28th, 3:40 pm EDT

         


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Presentation Overview

Accepting Feedback, Advice, and Change is Critical to Your Career Success

Do you have thick or thin skin? Do you welcome advice, suggestions, and change? As you start your first professional job it will be immensely important that you keep an open mind and understand that criticism and feedback will be an important part of your professional development. Keep in mind you are stepping into a new position and have little knowledge of the culture, industry, and processes. Jill will remind you to graciously accept feedback and make the necessary changes that will help you advance your career.

Jill will discuss three important career management techniques.

  • Develop a growth mindset
  • Seek feedback early and often and consider it a gift
  • Focus on what you can give, not what you can get

Presenter: Jill Reggiannini

Jillienne (Jill) Reggiannini is a Confidence & Success Coach who expertly supports ambitious women in overcoming self-doubt, self-negativity, unworthiness and impostor syndrome so they can have more influence, earn more income and make more of an impact.

Jill is passionate about guiding her clients to a place of confidence in their capabilities, so that they can bravely and boldly be their authentic selves and attain the success they desire – not what the world pre-defines for them.

Prior to founding aspiredly, Jill spent over a decade in corporate human resources, talent development and leadership roles. She’s worked across varied industries with high-achieving software startups, public accounting firms and multiple Fortune 500 companies.

Jill holds her Certified Life Coach (CLC) accreditation from the Life Purpose Institute, as well as certifications from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Human Capital Institute (HCI). She earned her M.S. in Human Resources from Western Carolina University and B.A. in Communication Studies from The University of Iowa.

A native Iowan-turned-North Carolinian, she, her husband Anthony and their Cavapoo Oliver recently began a new adventure with a move to London, UK

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