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Why We Don’t Send Technical Talent to Speak at Conferences and Should

Last week I talked about why you don’t need to be an expert to speak. I also shared the Inventory Method with you, as a method for extracting your expertise, no matter what your experience level is. Are you eager to share your experiences at conferences and events, and participate in our upcoming Confident Communicator…

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How One CTO Gained the Confidence He Needed to Put His Best Ideas Forward

Alex Kazakov has been passionate about technology for as long as he can remember. Now CTO of Glownet, a now 25-person company that makes RFID wristband technology for the event industry, he is often called upon as a mentor and coach to fellow engineers who rely on him for guidance and leadership—often to pursue new…

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How One UX Leader Faced Her Fears of Public Speaking and Telling Her Story—and Won

Tammy was tired of being nervous—it was the one challenge that she felt held her back from sharing her expertise as a leader, as well as opportunities for her to share her unique insight at conferences and industry panels. Her challenge boiled down to a classic case of imposter syndrome—the deceptive feeling of not having…

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