Career Transition Articles
Four Factors in Getting Promoted to Executive
Taking The Steps To Promotion
If getting promoted to executive is your goal, take time to examine four factors that will influence your success in breaking through into the executive ranks. Your readiness to take on an executive role depends to a large extent on the facts of your career history, your messaging, your in-person presentation, and perhaps most importantly, the fit with the specific breakthrough opportunity.
Your professional history might be characterized by a dynamic career …
Take a Campaign Approach to Career Moves
How To Chart Your Job Search Strategy
Is there a career move in your future? If so, consider the idea of the campaign, and the verb, to campaign. The concept of the campaign might generate for you images of iconic advertising campaigns, historical military campaigns and even memorable political campaigns. Campaigning is about picking a winnable objective and then devising the strategy and tactics to achieve that end. When you campaign, you mobilize your resources towards your end goal. In the rea…
Career Boosting Tip #10: Resign / Quit your Job with Style
If you do find yourself in a situation where you are resigning from your post, be classy. How you quit your job can actually be a career booster. And conversely, resignations that are ill-timed, angry or emotional or clumsily handled can be career limiters. Here are some obvious reasons why resigning in a classy way will help your career:
You might get hired back in the same or bigger job
Every single person you worked with is a potential formal or informal reference
Every single person you worked …
Are You Ready to Take on an Executive Role?
Update: This article has been updated to Four Factors in Getting Promoted to an Executive Role
Are you ready to take on an executive role? You need to examine the “Nuances” of breaking through into the executive ranks. Readiness to take on an executive role depends to a large extent on the facts of your career history, the messaging, your in-person presentation, and the opportunity fit.
Your career history might result in a dynamic career trajectory, or the exact opposite, one that is s…