How to Get PromotedWritten by Leonard Konis
How to Get Promoted From time we begin working in a company or business, in back of our minds, goal is to move up ladder, and achieve a higher status along with better pay. There are many steps to achieve this accomplishment, but a combination of many steps, are often necessary. A good amount of patience and fortitude is required.
Here are suggestions, to get promoted:
First, check to see if your company will consider you for new promotion or if company will seek only someone, from outside. Become knowledgeable of requirements you will need to have, or perquisites, for position you desire. If necessary, take any additional education or training. Show your record of how punctual, smart, reliable, expiated ethical standards, problem solving skills during time you have worked for your company, and that you will continue this achievement, when promoted. Try to have a good sense of humor, when giving answers to questions. Acknowledge any awards, praises you have received, and any over time, that you voluntarily done, especially without any pay. Develop over time, a dependency your boss or company relies upon you. Make sure you always get credit for your accomplishments. Accumulate as many, letters of recommendations during time you have worked in your current job, and or recommendations from other positions you held in company. During interview, definitely acknowledge, any contributions you have made to achieve a higher status for your company. And, acknowledge, that you had participated in any previous board meetings you had attended. Disclose that you have taken any additional responsibilities in your current position. Use exhibits to highlight those accomplishments,
Benefits of Leadership Skill TrainingWritten by CMOE Development Team
CMOE’s Leadership Skill Training addresses a wide range of leadership development topics, based on needs of audience and scope of delivery. Leadership Skill Training for new leaders might be targeted to help them make transition from individual contributor to effective leader. For more experienced or advanced audiences, Leadership Skills can address situational decisions leaders face to either involve their team members in decisions, or to rely more on their own experience, expertise, and responsibility.
The Leadership Skill Training focuses also on strategic thinking skills for leaders at every level of organization, delegation and communications skills, leadership styles, fundamentals of teamwork, and developing employees.
This “flexible leadership” approach also provides participants with skills and models necessary to analyze individual situations, identify relevant characteristics, and make appropriate decision on “involvement—sole decision” scale. Rather than always approaching problems or decisions in same way, flexible leaders recognize that each situation requires an evaluation of several criteria to determine level of involvement to apply to it.