Today I am laying out the exact strategy you need to create your own promotion blueprint.
Imagine trying to run a marathon without a training plan. You might have a hard time getting to the finish line, right?
Without an exact path to get you where you want to go, you'll never know if you are headed in the right direction, you can't trust yourself along the way, and you will probably feel like giving up. It's no wonder you are frustrated.
Besides just running without a plan, you might also be a manager who relies on your particular situation to dictate your results. You have a bad boss, so you'll never be able to get ahead, or you don't have enough time to "go for it", or you're not really into politics. Or maybe you're stuck in indecision. You tell yourself, "once you figure out exactly what you want to do, then you'll be able to go for it."
None of these are the real problem.
Listen up as I give you 3 simple questions to ask yourself today that will show you that you DO know what you want and you ARE clear on where to get support. You just need to put it all into a strategic action plan.
Which isn't that your job as a leader anyway?
Let's get started!
What You'll Learn:
- The real reason you haven't been able to create a promotion blueprint so far.
- That no matter how bad your situation seems, it is still within your power to make it to that next level.
- How to make powerful decisions and own where you want to go with your career.
- Who exactly is going to help you reach your goals.
- My Jedi mind trick to get you to your goals in half the time.
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About Your Host
Hi, I’m Stacy Mayer, a Leadership Coach for emerging executives who are ready to take their career to the next level or seeking more fulfillment in their current organizational roles.
I help corporate managers reposition themselves to advance their careers, build confidence in their ability to solve problems in real-time, and step into their higher leadership potential so they can make a bigger impact in their organizations.