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A Coach Specializing in Career Advancement and Presentation Skills

Nancy Ancowitz is the author of Self-Promotion for Introverts®: The Quiet Guide to Getting Ahead, a Publishers Weekly Best Book.

Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, Nancy helps you present your best self one-on-one or in front of an audience (virtually or in person)gain visibility—and land that coveted job or promotion. 

Nancy draws on her successes in the corporate, communications, entrepreneurial, and creative worlds, where she’s received awards and accolades for her achievements. She enlists deep listening, insight, and respect for her clients, who range from CEOs to emerging leaders in business and the arts. Partnering with Nancy, they often see rapid and remarkable results.

Nancy shares her expertise as an adjunct instructor at New York University and presenter for a diverse range of organizations. She blogs for Psychology Today and used to blog for Salary.com.

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Nancy Ancowitz Explains Self-Promotion for Introverts®

Nancy is interviewed on public speaking, self-promotion, and boosting your confidence on the following several-minute videos:

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Networking tip for introverts: Build your professional network by writing targeted e-mails and LinkedIn notes to colleagues, fellow alumni, and people you’d like to meet to ask for virtual coffee chats.

Online presentation tip: Practice out loud on video – a quick way to drastically improve your delivery. Video record yourself and watch the playback for the best results.

Online meeting tip for introverts: Practice interjecting. Role-play with a trusted associate; put up a hand (virtual or real), say the name of the facilitator, and jump in with a line like “Good point, Carter. I’d like to add that….”

Self-Promotion for Introverts® tip: If you’re looking to switch jobs/careers/industries, identify and articulate the transferable skills and experience you have that the hiring managers you’re targeting are seeking. Hint: look for keywords in job listings.

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