Join Lisa Earle McLeod for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning to Be Promotable.
- [Instructor] If you take nothing else away from this…course, know this.…Your destiny is in your hands.…- Other people decide whether or not you're going to…get the next promotion.…- But over the long haul your career is the result…of your choices.…Your skills, your behaviors, and your internal drive.…You know one promotion especially early on that will…never make or break a career.…- [Instructor] Some researchers say that people…will have as many as five to seven careers.…
Not just seven jobs, seven entirely different…careers.…- So no matter where you are, right now, in this course…we've given you the mindsets, the tools, and the…behaviors for you take the reigns.…- And we encourage you to go back into this course…and pick the areas that are the easiest for you,…and focus on those first.…You want to get some quick wins to boost your confidence.…- Then I want to look at the areas in the course…where you felt uncomfortable, where maybe you felt…the urge to fast forward because you didn't want to hear…it.…
Those are the areas that will really make a difference…
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- List three good reasons to step down from a position.
- Name three behaviors that will help you get promoted.
- Explain how to demonstrate active listening.
- Recall an effective way to demonstrate leadership and promotability when speaking with subordinates.
- Identify a common mistake many people make when communicating with their boss.
- Determine the best way to formally ask for a promotion.