Are You an Introvert
Ready to Triumph in the Workplace?

Welcome to a paradigm shift in leadership —

specifically tailored for introverts.

In a world where the loudest voices, quickest decision-makers, and savviest networkers often steal the spotlight and garner the most kudos, climbing the corporate ladder and achieving professional success as an introvert can be especially challenging.

Many introverted professionals (count me proudly among them) struggle to shine and get the promotion, pay raise, or other workplace recognition they deserve. We try to conform to workplace norms that reward qualities associated with extraversion. And what typically happens? We fail at pretending to be something we’re not and miss out on opportunities to let our true gifts shine.

I started this program because I believe that it’s time for introverts to “flip the script” by recognizing and showcasing their innate talents, strengths, and gifts – so that they can emerge as the effective, powerful leaders they are.

Contrary to what many think, introverts have myriad qualities that make them exceptional leaders. Did you know that 70% of gifted individuals are introverts? Introverts also excel in developing meaningful relationships, sustaining focus to tackle complex problems, and enjoying solitude that fuels unmatched creativity – all elements of effective and inspiring leadership.

Introvert, now is your time to shine.

I started this program because I believe that it’s time for introverts to “flip the script” by recognizing and showcasing their innate talents, strengths, and gifts – so that they can emerge as the effective, powerful leaders they are.

Contrary to what many think, introverts have myriad qualities that make them exceptional leaders. Did you know that 70% of gifted individuals are introverts? Introverts also excel in developing meaningful relationships, sustaining focus to tackle complex problems, and enjoying solitude that fuels unmatched creativity – all elements of effective and inspiring leadership.

Introvert, now is your time to shine.

Meet Stacey Chazin

Stacey Chazin, a dynamic leadership development coach and proud introvert, is rewriting the narrative on introversion. Having grappled with societal expectations that favored extraversion, Stacey underwent a remarkable transformation. Instead of conforming to societal pressures, she embraced her introverted qualities, turning them into powerful assets that allowed her to thrive both professionally and personally. Now, as a fervent advocate for introverts, Stacey draws on her extensive corporate and non-profit experience, a master’s in organizational development and leadership, and certification as a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) practitioner to empower introverts, guiding them toward self-acceptance, fulfillment, and success in the workplace and beyond.

Join me on a transformative journey where you will discover, embrace, and leverage your introverted strengths on the path to becoming the leader you are meant to be.

Introducing

I-Factor Leadership Coaching for Introverts:
UNLOCK YOUR VOICE, UNLEASH YOUR POWER!

My six-month, one-on-one coaching program weaves together two evidence-based, holistic frameworks to help participants achieve a profound and holistic transformation.

Through a unique integration of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) framework–the world’s most widely personality assessment–and the Appreciative Coaching model,
I guide individuals through a process of:

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Ascertaining the best of who they are

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Articulating a future that brings them happiness and fulfillment

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Activating their “positive core” – their gifts, strengths, and energy – to design and start living this future

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Appreciating their transformation in ways that empower them to adapt and thrive in the face of future challenges and opportunities

The transformation delivered through this uniquely integrative coaching program is designed to be profound and sustainable. Participants will emerge with practical tools, strengthened confidence in their abilities, and a mastery of how to apply their introverted gifts to triumph professionally.

Applications are now open!

Please note that I accept only two new clients per month, so that I can give each individual the attention they deserve.

Stacey is the absolute best choice to be your coach because she identifies with and personally understands introverted tendencies, will challenge you to think deeply and grow, is a fabulous listener, and is a leader you’ll want to learn from.

Her coaching style aims to teach and empower you and she will share her expertise and resources openly when you choose to work with her.”

-C.M.

I am an introvert. For most of my life, I tried to fit into the social, emotional, and professional mold that society tells us is the only way to happiness, acceptance, and success: the extravert way.

From the time we’re young, we hear praise for those who are outgoing, have tons of friends, and can easily talk to anyone about anything–qualities that we later learn describe extraverts. Those who prefer to have a small, close-knit group of friends, read books, do crossword puzzles, and share thoughts in writing, are often viewed as “less-than.” As we move through life as introverts, we receive similar messages when trying to find our place in school, interviewing for a job, and trying to thrive and advance in our careers.

Maybe you’ve heard this message, too?

This message–that being extraverted is preferable to introverted–led me, time and again, to try being something I’m not. I thought I needed to be more outgoing, to spend more time with more people, and to share more of the thoughts in my head without delay. And because for many introverts, less is actually more, I failed miserably at it.

It wasn’t until I opened my eyes to the true strengths and gifts that I have to share with others as an introvert, that I stopped pretending to be something I wasn’t or feeling badly about it.

Once I did this, I felt free to explore, embrace, and exercise the best of who I am.

I pursued and secured professional, community, and social opportunities that fueled me. I stopped saying yes to requests, invitations, and people that I knew would drain me, and I didn’t apologize for it.

This one underlying shift in my mindset and my choices led me to achieve greater happiness, success and fulfillment in all areas of my life–especially in my work.

My work now is helping other introverts, like you, do the same.

Coming Soon

I-Factor Leadership
On-Demand Course

My self-paced digital course will focus on career triumph for introverts with a focus on three critical areas: communicating effectively; self-care and burnout prevention; and career advancement.

Each module includes practical strategies, tools, and guidance on customizing and implementing each step in the framework in order to achieve and sustain professional success.

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