Learn how to get noticed so you’re the go-to expert and snag your next promotion with total ease because…
You know your subject better than anyone and you work harder than your colleagues.
No more moments of…
“Hey, aren’t you so and so’s assistant?” Or hearing that a cool project handed to a co-worker—even though you’re more qualified. And not getting that 1:1 time you need with your boss to help you shoot up the ranks even though you’re doing hard and valuable work (and even took that seminar on leadership!)
Getting passed over for promotions.
Valuable work being ignored—while others gain praise
Being called “too junior“
Scientist-turned-coach helping women in science and tech get noticed in their company and gain the recognition they deserve, so they can achieve their next career level with total ease.
In the past, I felt overlooked at my job. I kept asking (begging!) for bigger opportunities and it got me nowhere.
Then, after the company restructured, I landed in a role where I had nothing to do for about 18 months—I even wanted to return my salary because I felt I didn’t deserve it.
One day I looked out my office window—bored and drained of all energy. I decided I couldn’t handle it anymore. I finally went to get help from a coach.
Within 4 sessions he helped me find back my drive, fire and self-worth which spurred an energy and determination that had me land my dream job in the company within the next 6 months. (And yes, I wrote the job description myself!)
I knew then and there that I wanted to be able to do the same kind of magic for other women in STEM. A few months and several coaching certifications later – here I am, helping you.
Born and raised in East Germany—which I think is the main reason for my figure-it-out-and-get-it-done attitude.
I love teaching! I first taught science to my imaginary school class in elementary school; then worked up to “real” kids and engineering students.
I’ve worked all kinds of side-jobs and got to appreciate the unique strengths and knowledge people from all walks of life have.
(I’ve done the paper route, packaged products on the shop floor, tutored students in STEM subjects, been a DJ and a bartender and spent plenty of hours in labs synthesizing, analysing and cleaning stuff up.)
I studied food chemistry (here’s me celebrating finishing my diploma) and hold a PhD in chemistry. I’ve always worked in the industry – in product innovation and research.
I like being out in nature, spending time with friends and family and getting mesmerised by Mary Poppins.
And I love the little dopamine hits my brain gets when reading books and articles and learning something new.
Ready to build the skills and the network that get you and your work noticed? Then Dr. Nicole Tschierske is who you need to work with.
She has helped women in science and tech improve their leadership and personal skills and put themselves in a better professional position by being proactive and asking for what they want. In addition she teaches her clients to solve any problem at ninja-level. Nicole comes recommended if you need a quick push to move your career forward: top executives have been WOW-ed by Nicole’s clients after working with her for only a few months.
When she’s not buried in research papers and books on Positive Psychology and Positive Leadership you can find this scientist-turned-coach taking long hikes in the German countryside or mesmerised by Mary Poppins on the screen.
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