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Confidently define yourself in your new role

Updated: Jun 26, 2020

Congratulations! You've got the job! You'd set your sights on the next step in your career, the next rung on the ladder and got it! All your preparation and hard work paid off. But already self-doubt is kicking in. Does this sound familiar?

It is quite natural to feel daunted when progressing into a new role with increased responsibilities, bigger budgets, larger teams, more visibility within the company. Being prepared for that move can be the difference between confidently succeeding and being the leader you want to be, or suffering constant cycles of self-doubt and early mistakes.

Perhaps you’re thinking about your next move and already thinking if you're up to the job.

Would you rather:

  • Feel confident about taking up this new opportunity?

  • Define your own leadership style 

  • Take control of who you are and what impact you will have?

  • Feel bold about your abilities?

  • Bring all of your unique experience and expertise to your new role?

​This tailored programme is designed to build your confidence and help you define the person you want to be in your new role. Whether you have recently been promoted or are on the cusp of a new challenge, six sessions will enable you to:

  • Identify your ‘new normal’

  • Address and challenge the negative beliefs you have about yourself

  • Overcome the fears that may be holding you back

  • Identify your unique skills and abilities

  • Define your strengths and confidently find more ways to use them

  • Plan how you want to move forward 

  • Feel more confident in who you are in your new role.

Get in touch with any questions or to arrange a free introductory call. You may also find this blog on 'Imposter syndrome in your new job - work to overcome it', of interest.


Gemma Brown is a certified coach who works with successful women, 1-2-1 and in groups, to identify their strengths and build confidence which enables them to have the self-belief to fearlessly bring their whole being into all areas of life. Gemma is based in Cambridgeshire and carries out face to face coaching in the area as well as 1-2-1 coaching via Skype and Zoom. For more about Gemma, visit her 'About' page.

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