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White paper: Quietly Powerful - Get your talents recognised and succeed on your own terms as a quieter professional

Megumi Miki, Updated December 2017

It is challenging when talented professionals are naturally quieter or have introverted preferences as many workplaces value extroversion. They are regularly told to speak up, promote themselves and demonstrate extroverted behaviours to get ahead. Too many talented quieter professionals who contribute a lot fail to get noticed, recognised or are overlooked. Some find it too difficult to switch to extroverted behaviours. Others are good at pretending to be an extrovert but feel exhausted or depleted in doing so. The white paper outlines a way for these professionals to become quietly powerful and thrive by leveraging their natural qualities more fully.

 

Download the full whitepaper here.

 

Webinar recording: Quietly Powerful - Unlock Your Hidden Talent

Megumi Miki, May 2018

The second global webinar to introduce Quietly Powerful as a way to unlock the talents of quieter professionals and leverage the hidden talent in organisations. 

 

Access the webinar recording here.

 

Webinar recording: Introducing Quietly Powerful

Megumi Miki, June 2017

The first ever global webinar to introduce the Quietly Powerful movement was held on 7th June 2017 with over 200 people registering. With attendees from around the world we discuss:

 

  • The challenges for quieter professional women (and men), including one that many are not even aware of.
  • Can quiet/introversion be an advantage?
  • How can we become quietly powerful?

 

Unfortunately the webinar recording quality is not great. It is slightly better from where the slide show starts so you may wish to skip to 8:30. 

 

Access the webinar recording here.

 

You can watch a shorter video instead of the webinar recording – this was created due to webinar recording quality issues. Video can be accessed HERE 

 

White paper: Rethink Diversity for Competitive Advantage

Megumi Miki, 2015

We work in an increasingly inter-dependent world where cross-border teams are becoming the norm and partnerships across the supply chain are a necessity. With technology driving disruption and business transformation, innovation is not ‘nice to do’. Traditional businesses are being overtaken by new business models, often started by talented individuals who didn’t ‘fit’ in organisations and the best talent are difficult to attract and retain. Organisations run the risk of falling behind if they do not leverage the power of diverse teams, thinking, and collaboration .

 

Download the full whitepaper here.

 

White paper: Step Up! Address performance and behaviour issues before they turn sour

Megumi Miki, 2015

Read time: 15 minutes

What is it costing you, your team and organisation to have people with performance and/or behaviour issues? The 12 page white paper outlines the cost of ineffective approaches, the value of building accountability and five common mistakes made by leaders in addressing the issues based on observations and research.

 

Download the full whitepaper here.

 

White paper: Inspire to Outperform - Grow proactive teams that drive performance

Megumi Miki, 2014

Read time: 12 minutes

Have you ever wondered why some teams are able to deliver so much more quality and quantity with the same or fewer resources? Find out what it takes to inspire more than drive performance. It is how dormant human potential – individual and collective – are unlocked. This 8-page white paper outlines the journey towards an ‘inspired’ team. 

 

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Inspire to Outperform Self Assessment Tools

The short form assessment tool asks you 20 questions to gauge how much you inspire people to perform at their best. The full assessment tool contains 3 questionnaires to assess how much you inspire people as well as what you may be doing that inspires people or not.

 

Click here to access both assessment tools.

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