Prepare for the discussion. Be clear about what you want to say and make sure you can support it with evidence.
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It is never too early or too late to start learning to bounce.
Use the power of good relationship building before and during all negotiations with your difficult boss. People sometimes forget than former opponents often make the strongest allies. You may find that a well managed approach, working things through with your boss and trying to see their point of view will earn you respect over time. It may even mean you get that! .
Most new bosses will have made enquiries about key people in their new team. But this is still to some extent a chance to make a fresh start. As you get to know your new boss, take the opportunity to make a new and positive impression. Show how good you are and, when the new boss is settled in, make sure they know how interested you are in your own career.
Career Success Quotes Career success quotes – some words to inspire you! Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as you mind lets you. What you believe, you can achieve. Mary Kay Ash Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to […]
Even in this economic climate some people are still managing to get promotion. But how do make yourself part of that elite group.
Going for Promotion Going for Promotion – if you have the the right qualities, prepare well and have just a little bit of luck, this could be your moment! Now is the time to; Be the one that volunteers for the difficult task. Make clear that you are prepared to take on more responsibility. Where […]
You need to be as specific and detailed as you can in the way you define the change. Starting with a clear and detailed description has a huge impact on how successful the change might be. If you don’t really know what you want, you can still find yourself very disappointed.
Facing reality, admitting there is a problem and taking responsibility for action will setup the conditions needed to make progress. They contribute to that first step to the personal change needed for career success, now, and in the future.