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Getting Promoted

Writing Your Blurb or Bio: The Essential Points

O'Brien Browne | Posted 03.09.2017 | Business
O'Brien Browne

In today's hyper-connected world in which we are daily bombarded with electronic, auditory, written and visual signals and images, the average person grants someone presenting their blurb perhaps 10 to 20 seconds to grab their attention.

The Art of Getting Promoted: Subtle, Systematic, Sophisticated and Strategic

O'Brien Browne | Posted 08.05.2016 | Business
O'Brien Browne

Many employees, regardless if they hold an executive, middle management or assistant job assume that all they have to do to get promoted is work hard, be loyal and have the appropriate qualifications; in short, they behave as if promotions were automatic.

Is Too Much Professionalism Harming Your Career?

Nozomi Morgan | Posted 07.10.2016 | Business
Nozomi Morgan

My clients often fear that if they show their true selves at work and reveal to their peers the fun sides of their personalities, they won't be taken seriously. If your professionalism makes you feel stymied, then you've probably taken it a bit too far.

9 Things You Need To Do To Get Promoted

Kevin Delaney | Posted 07.01.2016 | Business
Kevin Delaney

More often than not, there are a handful of fundamental actions every employee should be taking that these employees are neglecting. Here are nine tips to help you get promoted.

8 Business Etiquette Tips Everyone Should Follow

Amy Arndt | Posted 03.29.2014 | Business
Amy Arndt

"They're looking to see how you conduct yourself, how you eat, what you drink -- all of it. Your interview begins way before you think it does."

Hey, Where's My Promotion?

Kay Koplovitz | Posted 05.27.2013 | Business
Kay Koplovitz

There are many reasons why some people seem to get on the track to consistently being promoted, and some do not. There are steps you can take, though, that will give you a better opportunity to get that next promotion. Here are some to consider.

How to Suck Up

E. Jean Carroll | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
E. Jean Carroll

Sucking up causes your co-workers and bosses to feel razor-sharp and valued, and when they feel razor-sharp and valued, you can win them to your point of view.