Teena Evert M.A., LMFT, CCTC
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EP30 Claim The Lead Podcast


The Claim The Lead podcast is for you if who want to create a meaningful well-lived life. 

My name is Teena Evert, I am a Career-Centered Life Coach, Trainer and Podcast Host with a true passion for helping people develop greater self-awareness, satisfaction and success in their work-life. I help you unlock your possibilities and find a career you love for life!

This episode is part of the CAREER ADVANCEMENT SERIES that has been curated to help you become an Exceptional Communicator.

In this episode you’ll learn: 

♥ The antidote to fear of success or failure

♥ The importance of having a growth mindset

♥ Strategies to boost your confidence, self-esteem and strengthen your relationships with others

♥ How to get the credit you deserve

Stay tuned for the next episode in the CAREER ADVANCEMENT SERIES where you will learn ways to “Communicate To Positively Persuade and Influence Others”

If you would like to explore any of these topics further and receive additional support and coaching, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me by sending an email to support@teenaevert.com 

If you would like to schedule a FREE 30-minute consultation please click this link


7 questions to explore WHO you are, before deciding WHAT you want to DO!

  1. What are the greatest gifts and talents and attributes that I bring to my work?
  2. How could I make a positive difference and/or contribute to others?
  3. At work, my greatest sense of fulfillment comes from?
  4. In my personal life, my greatest sense of fulfillment comes from?
  5. In my life (professional or personal), what’s the ONE THING I would set out to accomplish, if I knew I absolutely would not fail?
  6. What are my greatest moments of satisfaction, joy and happiness?
  7. The qualities I seek to express in my life are?

14 specific things that you can do to support others:

  1. Offer to help out a coworker when you have a little spare time.
  2. Keep blank thank-you notes nearby and use them.
  3. Praise people in front of their peers.
  4. Be aware of people’s interests and hobbies. If you see an article or other information about their topic of interest, give it to them.
  5. When one of your coworkers does an exceptional job, send a note of acknowledgment to their boss.
  6. Smile and say hello to everyone with whom you work. That’s everyone!
  7. Go to lunch with someone and give them a full hour of your undivided attention – resist the temptation to talk about yourself.
  8. Continually look for ways to protect and enhance others’ self esteem.
  9. Leave a voicemail message of appreciation to someone.
  10. Ask for what you need.
  11. When you do experience anger rising, postpone your communication if you think you are going to lose it. Passive folks–you’ll be about to cry. Aggressive people–you’ll be gritting your teeth, clenching your fist and ready to explode. Wait until you’re in total calm control.
  12. Give people the benefit of the doubt. Assume the best intentions.
  13. Never, ever, ever allow yourself to get involved in gossip–even passively as a listener. If you support it in others, you approve it for yourself!
  14. Seek win/win solutions to everything. Hold the belief that what we both want is equally important.


About the Author Teena

CAREER-CENTERED LIFE COACH | Teena Evert, MA, LMFT, CCTC helps you navigate important transitions in your life and career with intention, clarity and purpose. She can help you get unstuck, identify your barriers, and move forward fearlessly into a bright future of your own design.

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