Nov. 6, 2022

Quiet Quitting Is Real, A Have A Seat Minicast

Quiet Quitting Is Real, A Have A Seat Minicast

We should not judge people by their peak of excellence; but by the distance they have traveled from the point where they started.― Henry Ward Beecher

Quiet quitting. We've all heard the phrase that has gained traction in the last several months. My take on quiet quitting is that it's the slow and low key disengagement from ones role at work, typically from those who are dissatisfied with their work or workplace.
I believe it's real, as I've experienced it in my career journey; however one trick truly helped me work my way through it and allowed me to gain back the control that was contributing to my quiet quitting fatigue.

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Debra Coleman

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Creating Have A Seat...Conversations with Women in the Workplace Podcast was a way for me to engage in weekly conversations with women about their career journey and share them in a fun and supportive way. I truly believe we all have a unique story to tell; we add value in what we do and are rock stars in our own right and I'm excited to bring you these stories every week.