Which commonly overlooked promotion factors are you missing?

I am happy for them, but why not me?

Over the years, the most common executive coaching conversation I’ve had with all levels of leaders has been “how do I get promoted?”  Most of the time, these leader s have demonstrated exceptional skills and very high levels of performance and likely have the tools needed to be successful at the next level and beyond.

Listen below to get of sense of the direction given and the tension released during these discussions.

(Note: If you ask the next generation to review your audio script, they get a chance to avoid our mistakes and maybe return your audio with a little something extra on it.)

Homework:

  • Think back to when you had the opportunity to plead your promotion case, did you sell the right benefits?
  • List how you will help the company and your bosses after your promotion.
  • Where will you develop and demonstrate the next level skills that support your ability to deliver the benefits above?

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