It hurts to feel invisible at work – and it has consequences for your career. Advisor Melina Royer and entrepreneur Tijen Onaran share tips to help you gain courage and act confident.
People want to be recognized for their achievements and ideas. This is not vanity – recognition is one of the most important needs in psychological research. And a lack of appreciation is always part of the statistics on layoffs. The problem has two sides: Appreciation is a management task – and team members who remain pale in everyday company life can shine with a little support. But it is also a question of personal responsibility. Adopting this can be difficult if employees feel overlooked, ignored or even ignored.
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