Coaching is going to be one of the most exciting and fast
growing profession in the next decade.
How to Get a Job promotion Part 2
is Part 2 of the "How to Get a Job Promotion" series.
If you missed Part one, go to www.CareerCoachCertifcation.com/tip4.htm.
Farther. Don't just see things at this present moment.
See farther. What will your job becomes 1 year, 2 years or 5 years
later? How about your company? Or your industry? Profession? What
will be needed 1 year, 2 years or 5 years later? Acquire the knowledge
and skills for your future.
7. Networking. This one is simple to talk about but not so in
doing. People loves to work with "friends". Have more
firends inside and outside your organization. Networking also
provides you with more information and intelligence. Start networking
inside your organization, then within your industry or profession,
then outside your industry and profession.
8. Willing to Move. Many people say that they want to do this
and that but nothing is started. People are reluctant to changes.
Changes imply difficulties, risks and discomforts. So, many people
stay where they were for 10 or more years without moving. Good
changes seldom come to you automatcially. (Bad ones might!!!)
Take a small move every 2 to 3 years and major changes for every
5 years. You are going to depreciate when you stay in your position
for too long. You can change your company, you job or actively
seeking new responsibilties. Make some changes.
9. Calculate the Risks and Go Ahead. Moving is important but
calculating the risks is equally essential. Tabulate all potential
risks of your planned move and ask yourself whether you can tolerate
them in case of the worst happens. If yes, go ahead at full speed.
10. See the Bigger Picture. Don't just see your
job from your job. Even if you are the CEO, you are still part
of the organization.
See how your work fits into other parts of the company. People
getting most promotions are those who can see the bigger picture
and concern what the company concerns.
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