In the Press
As seen at NBC Studios
Mika Brzezinski's Know Your Value event aims at empowering women in both their personal and professional lives. Her team chose 3 finalists who have the chance to win a $5000 grand prize. Two weeks ago, the contestants came to a full-day coaching bootcamp with us at NBC Studios. This video highlights the work Liz did in coaching them to make their pitch to win the prize. This video (see below) highlights the work Liz did to help them dig deep and develop the confidence to overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.
As seen on "This Changes Things"
Broadcasting live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and the Sprint Flatiron Building, Cheddar explores innovation in business. In last Tuesday's episode of "This Changes Things," Liz Bentley along with Emily Anne Epstein, Executive News Editor at Bustle, provided expert guidance on how managers can handle workplace issues ranging from office relationships to harassment. Watch the episode.Please note: Liz's segment begins at 10 minutes, 30 seconds.
As seen in LADDERS
Sometimes our “fun activities” are so choreographed or scheduled that the excitement and joy have diminished. In Liz's article on LADDERS, you'll discover why it's so important to prioritize fun and how you can make it happen.
As Seen in The Washington Post
Solid advice can go a long way toward pushing us closer to our goals, and sometimes refining our focus. Check out Liz's contribution to this Washington Post article on the best career advice for business leaders.
As seen in Business News Daily
I recently contributed to an article for Business News Daily on why emotional intelligence is critical to success. In it, I explain that "that people with high emotional intelligence typically drive good outcomes and results, align people with the mission, hold people accountable, coach their subordinates and colleagues when they're stuck, and create a collaborative and cohesive work environment." Read the article, by Saige Driver, to learn more about EQ and how it can help you advance.
As seen in Well+Good
Want a promotion? Liz shared some insight for a Well and Good article on the best way to ask for a promotion, because there’s a good way and a not-so-good way to go about it. Read the article by Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal to take a look at Liz's “promotion checklist."
As seen in Moneyish
Saying “no” to your boss or refusing an assignment can be incredibly difficult, but it’s also incredibly important when it would go against your beliefs. Liz shared some suggestions for how to approach this kind of conversation in this article for Moneyish by Jeanette Settembre. Check out Liz's advice, along with recommendations from other experts.