Every month on our site, Jo Miller — CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. — will answer your career and leadership questions. Please email your question to Jo and it may be answered in an upcoming column. (All questions will remain anonymous.)
Be sure to take a look back through the archives to read Jo’s career and leadership advice.
Influencing Without Authority
Understanding your six sources of influence.
How can I break into male networks?
Some different things to try to get into male networks at work.
Funds are not available for training!
What are some strategies for getting training, when there are no funds available.
How Do I Become a Visionary?
How do you go about establishing vision in your career.
I just got laid off
What to do when you get laid off.
How to engage and use a mentor.
Selling your technical idea to management, with Sophie Vandebroek, CTO, Xerox
How to go about influencing a great technical idea and selling it to senior leaders.
How Do I Find My Niche?
Three essential elements to a successful career.
How Do I Recession-Proof My Career?
Concerned about the economic downturn? Find out three steps you can take now to ensure you’ll never have to look for a job again.
Building A Presence in a Global Virtual Workplace
Ways to increase visibility when you work remotely.
How Do I Delegate without Micromanaging?
Effective techniques for managing without hovering.
Five Key People You Need in Your Network
You may not think of yourself as a “shmoozer,” but consider building your network with these five key types of people.
Learning the Fine Art of Self Promotion
Ways to promote your accomplishments without feeling sleazy.
Getting Credit for Your Ideas
Learn two steps to take on a bigger leadership role and get credit for your work.
Four Ways to Ensure You’re Promoted
Strategies to work smarter, not harder, to get to the next level.
Emotional Intelligence vs. Passion in the Workplace
Managing your emotions in the workplace and striking a balance.
Steps to Earning Equal Compensation
Five ways to maximize your salary and advance in your career.
Working through Tough Salary Negotiations
Negotiation techniques for getting paid what you’re worth.