Events & Workshops

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Build confidence and learn how to self-promote in an authentic way

Do you find it easier to advocate for others than for yourself? Are you afraid that being assertive will make you less likeable? Do you often get overlooked despite being the most hardworking person in the room?

You are not alone. Cultural and gender modesty norms, as well as impostor syndrome or being part of an underrepresented group can pose barriers to self-promotion.

It’s time to take charge of your narrative and show your unique value, overcoming unconscious bias and limiting beliefs!

In addition, research shows that gender, race, age, ability, and other identity-based stereotypes can impact the perception about a person’s competence and ability. This leads to implicit biases we may not even be aware of. We must take action and become more intentional about creating a kinder world where each of us is welcome to show up as their authentic, remarkable self.

#IamRemarkable is a Google initiative empowering women and underrepresented groups to speak openly about their accomplishments in the workplace and beyond, thereby breaking modesty norms and glass ceilings. To date, the program has reached over 400.000 people across 170+ countries. Learn more at

In the 90-min #IamRemarkable workshop, you will learn how to develop the confidence and skills to promote yourself in an authentic effective way. The complimentary workshop is open to everyone and is divided into three parts:

  • Raise awareness through data & research about gender modesty norms, unconscious bias and barriers to self-advocacy.
  • Practice self-promotion through a powerful exercise, overcome preconceptions and learn how to articulate your achievements.
  • Consolidate your learning through a refreshing group discussion, take-home exercises and book recommendations.

Over 1000 companies have implemented #IamRemarkable in their organisations, helping employees feel motivated, connected and confident


Self-promote more often


Feel more confident


Achieve job/career growth

Source: #IamRemarkable Impact Research conducted by Ipsos MORI (Dec 2021)

The #IamRemarkable workshop is also a great opportunity for networking and building inclusive leadership. It creates a safe space that prompts us to self-reflect and learn how to better support our teams, acknowledging their success and sharing it with upper management. 

If you are interested to join my next #IamRemarkable workshop, follow me on Eventbrite or subscribe to receive updates on upcoming events and new blog posts straight to your inbox. If you want me to host a workshop for your team, get in touch.

What Participants Are Saying*

“I felt that it was an open and genuine environment where I didn’t have to put a filter on the information I was receiving because it came from an authentic place.”

“I loved that it brought together like-minded people and it created such a strong sense of connection.”

“The workshop was great and all exercises shifted the energy and my attitude to myself. That was priceless!”

“The workshop speaks about important things we tend to ignore or overlook.”

“I wasn’t aware that the bias on women is so strong!”

“I found that we must be proud everyday of ourselves. Small steps make us remarkable. We mustn’t do brilliant things to be remarkable.”

“Liliana was kind and very inclusive. Quoted examples so we can relate to what she was saying. Very encouraging. Felt very good to be part of this workshop.”

“I resonated with so many points raised by Liliana as a facilitator. Also, very inspiring that self-promotion and self-appreciation can do so many things for us personally and professionally.”

“The most valuable is realizing that most of the times most people struggle with similar things, and it’s not just you.”

“Liliana is not only knowledgeable, but also very empathetic; she created a safe space in which we could share without fear of judgement, as well as offering her own insights.”

*Source: #IamRemarkable Impact Survey conducted by Ipsos MORI. Feedback is anonymous and was collected from participants who attended a workshop facilitated by Liliana Mihart between Feb – Sep 2022.

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