How to Successfully Make a Mid-career Transition — In Just 7 Minutes with Susan Peppercorn
Why you've got to check out today's episode: During this period of the Great Resignation and the Great Sabbatical, you might be considering what to do with your career, especially if you're ready for a change. But too often, people get discouraged because of their mindset or because their approach to a job search doesn't yield results. That’s why you’ve got to listen as Susan Peppercorn shares her advice on making that mid-career transition and download her free resource which includes the most commonly asked interview questions and how to answer them. Resources/Links: Get the Interview Survival Guide: https://www.susanpeppercorn.com/resources Watch the video of this episode: https://youtu.be/EwLXn87UIoU Summary If you want to transition mid-career but lack the confidence to do so, you need to start networking and reframing what it means to ask for help. Susan Peppercorn is an executive and positive psychology coach who works with executives and professionals to help them create positive shifts in their careers. She was named one of the top 20 executive coaches in Boston in 2020. Susan provides practical tools and strategies and acts as a thought partner to support the challenging process of change. She is also author of the bestselling book, Ditch Your Inner Critic At Work: Evidence-Based Strategies To Thrive In Your Career.
How to Explain Why You’re Looking for Another Job, with Susan Peppercorn
Find Your Dream Job: Insider Tips for Finding Work, Advancing your Career, and Loving Your Job
What do you say when a hiring manager asks you why you’re looking for a new job? If this question makes you feel defensive, Find Your Dream Job guest Susan Peppercorn says you need to find a way to put a positive spin on your answer, even if the truth is that you were fired or laid off. Hiring managers understand difficult situations, so don’t be afraid to be honest, while not spewing negativity toward a former employer. Susan advises focusing on what you bring to the table and why you’re interested in working with that company. About Our Guest: Susan Peppercorn(https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanpeppercorn/) is a coach, writer, and speaker. She’s passionate about helping people move from surviving to thriving in their careers. Susan is the author of the bestselling “Ditch Your Inner Critic At Work: Evidence-Based Strategies To Thrive In Your Career.“ (https://amzn.to/2Z49VJ7). Resources in This Episode: Wondering if you’re in the right job? Get your free Career Fit Self-Assessment at https://positiveworkplacepartners.com/ If you’re struggling with how to craft a compelling cover letter, we’ve got a free guide that can help. Download Simple Rules for a Winning Cover Letter here: https://coverletter.macslist.org/
Susan Peppercorn is an executive coach, writer, and speaker who helps professionals to make successful career choices. She’s coached clients from a wide array of industries and areas. She is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business review, as well as the author of the bestselling book Ditch Your Inner Critic: Evidence-Based Strategies to Thrive in Your Career. She is certified in Stanford’s Designing Your Life methodology. Today, Susan joins me to talk about the long and winding path that led her to where she is today and what she’s learned from it. She talks about the fruitful effect that having to flounder had on her life, career, and choices. She discusses the rare definition of marketing as customer-oriented, why questions are often more beneficial than orders, and the emphasis of value over numbers in sales. She presents her definition of creativity, distinguishing it from originality. She notes the danger of self-limiting beliefs, shares stories of her clients’ journeys and successes, and speaks on the importance and difficulty of letting people struggle. “Questions are so so powerful because you’re not telling somewhat what to do. You’re asking them questions so that they can gain insight into their own thinking and their own motivations. And by doing that, they can then tap into their own inner wisdom.” - Susan Peppercorn This week on The Virtual Campfire Podcast: The benefits of having to flounder The desire to make an impact Service leadership Creativity vs. originality Recognizing your gifts Resources Mentioned: 7 Traits of an Inspiring Leader The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks Ditch Your Inner Critic: Evidence-Based Strategies to Thrive in Your Career by Susan Peppercorn Connect with Susan LinkedIn Website Twitter Facebook Sharing Inspiring Stories Around The Virtual Campfire Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of The Virtual Campfire with your host, Tony Martignetti - the Inspired Coach. If you enjoyed this episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe and leave a rating and review. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn and share your favorite episodes across social media. And for more great content, powerful stories, and helpful insight, be sure to visit our website.
Why the inner Critic? With Executive Coach Susan Peppercorn
My Perfect Failure
Susan PeppercornWhy the inner Critic? With executive coach Susan Peppercorn About SusanSusan is the author of the bestselling Ditch Your Inner Critic At Work: Evidence-Based Strategies To Thrive In Your Career and an executive coach, writer, and frequently requested speaker on resilience, happiness at work and finding your superpower. Certified as a Positive Psychology coach, Susan applies the science of how people thrive to help her clients learn to value and market themselves. She is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review has published on overcoming fear of failure, taking control of your onboarding and conquering self-doubt.She is certified as an executive coach by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and has a B.A. from Queens College, City University of New York and a M.A. from The University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Il.On this episode of My Perfect Failure (Why My Inner Critic) Susan tell how we can shed our inner critic which holds us back. Some of the areas we cover.· What is our Inner Critic?· How we can ditch our inner critic?· Positive Psychology· Beautiful Enemies Hire Susan· www.positiveworkplacepartners.com www.positiveworkplacepartners.com Get Access to the 2 free E-books by Susan detailed below.· 25 Tips For Making a Successful Career Transition· Are you in the right Job? Susan Contact· 617.838.9125 Susan LinkedIn · https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanpeppercorn/ Purchase Susan’s book: Ditch your inner critic at work· Ditch Your Inner Critic at Work: Evidence-Based Strategies to Thrive in Your CareerPlease leave a reviewPlease if you can leave a review at https://www.podchaser.com/MyPerfectFailure or the platform of your choice that would be great My Perfect Failure contact me Work with me: firstname.lastname@example.orgMPF Website: http://www.myperfectfailure.com/ Insta: follow: https://www.instagram.com/padsmpf/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/failure_perfect Facebook MPF Private Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/377418129517757/
789. Expert–How to Silence Your Inner Critic, with Susan Peppercorn
Discover Your Talent–Do What You Love
Susan Peppercorn is a thought leader in career management. She is the author of the best-selling, Ditch Your Inner Critic at Work: Evidence-Based Strategies to Thrive in Your Career, and is a contributor to Harvard Business Review and Fast Company. Her coaching and talks are based on the principles of positive psychology—how the resilient, creative and fulfilling aspects of living can be learned and applied. She is accredited by the International Coaching Federation.
268: Susan Peppercorn: Ditch Your Inner Critic and Thrive In Your Career
Leaders Of Transformation | Conscious Business | Global Transformation | Leadership Development
Susan is the author of the bestselling book Ditch Your Inner Critic At Work: Evidence-Based Strategies To Thrive In Your Career and an executive coach, and speaker. Certified as a Positive Psychology coach, Susan applies the science of how people thrive to help her clients find satisfaction in their careers. She writes for Harvard Business Review on self-management and has published on overcoming the fear of failure, taking control of your onboarding and conquering self-doubt. She is certified as an executive coach by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and has a B.A. from Queens College, City University of New York and a M.A. from The University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. In her conversation with us today, Susan discusses failure, success, and how to ditch your inner critic at work. Even successful people have an inner critic. We explore the difference between seeking excellence verses perfection, how to deal with the imposter syndrome and get off the shame train. Listen as Susan provides practical steps to transform what you say and believe about yourself, as well as how to give healthy feedback as a leader so that you empower your people and help them quash their own inner critic. Key Takeaways We are biologically wired to scan for threats. The inner critic is a self-protective mechanism. Successful people have an inner critic, but it is usually situation specific. We all need people in our lives who will give us feedback that’s honest yet compassionate. A good leader will provide feedback routinely – not just once a year. Feedback should be very specific In dealing with failure, acknowledge the pain of it but do not to wallow in it or blow it out of proportion. The person striving for excellence knows what the goal looks like, while the perfectionist keeps moving the goal further and further away. Perfectionists tend to procrastinate because they are so afraid of making a mistake. Shaming is blaming ourselves endlessly for a mistake we made. Resources Ditch Your Inner Critic At Work: Evidence-Based Strategies To Thrive In Your Career Connect With Susan Peppercorn Website: positiveworkplacepartners.com LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanpeppercorn Twitter: https://twitter.com/susanpeppercorn Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/PositiveWorkplace Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/speppercorn/?hl=en
037: Facing your Inner Critic during a Career Transition with Susan Peppercorn
Life Through Transitions | Helping you navigate life's biggest changes
Susan is a writer for Harvard Business Review and has published in Fast Company and Thrive Global. Her articles and workshops cover managing yourself in the workplace and career development and have included topics such as overcoming the fear of failure, managing career-envy, taking control of your onboarding and conquering self-doubt. Susan is certified as an executive coach by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and as a positive psychology coach by Positive Acorn and the Whole Being Institute. Susan is the author of Ditch Your Inner Critic at Work: Evidenced-Based Strategies to thrive in Your Career. In it she makes a compelling case that career satisfaction―and the full engagement that comes with it―is more important than ever in today’s workplace. Her book is a step-by-step guide to help you develop the tools and resources you need to bring more happiness and satisfaction to your work; in your current job or a new one. In this episode, Susan shares from one of her more significant career transitions, and how she moved through it with courage and vulnerability.
215: How Employers Can Help Employees be Productive - Susan Peppercorn
The Mark Struczewski Podcast
Susan Peppercorn is an executive transition coach, author, and speaker that helps successful professionals break through barriers to finding meaning and happiness in their work. As a creative strategist, Susan has enabled leaders in biotech, academia, technology, and marketing to reclaim their passion and contribute in authentically rewarding ways. On this episode with Susan Peppercorn: what can an employer do to help their employees be more productive? What can an employee do if they are overwhelmed at work? Punching your inner critic in the nose. Where you can find Susan online: Her Website Her Blog LinkedIn Facebook Twitter What did you think of this episode? I want to know. Go to MarkStruczewski.com/susan and leave a comment. To leave feedback about the podcast or give suggestions for ideas for future episodes (including guests you'd like to hear me interview), go to MarkStruczewski.com/mypodcast or email email@example.com. If you are looking to take your productivity to the next level or if you are interested in bringing me in to speak at your event, visit MarkStruczewski.com. Follow me on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Subscribe to my weekly Next Level Productivity Digest. If you love the show, share it with a friend on Apple Podcasts.
Susan Peppercorn How to Deal with Your Inner Critic | Ep. 231
Stop Riding the Pine
Susan Peppercorn Susan Peppercorn is a Career and Life Coach, who holds a Certification in Positive Psychology. Her book presents strategies that aim to help people become more fulfilled and happy with their chosen careers. “Crafting your job to match your strengths and the energy that you get from certain tasks, you could stay in… The post Susan Peppercorn How to Deal with Your Inner Critic | Ep. 231 appeared first on Bottleneck Distant Assistants.