In my work as a career coach, I meet a lot of promising professionals who feel professionally stuck. They complain of being overlooked, unappreciated, passed over, undervalued and ignored.
Many of these people feel like victims. It’s my job to help empower them to take responsibility for their part, which is often bigger than they originally thought. Much of the time, we can identify specific behaviors that have contributed to the situation. While it might be hard to face, it’s also very useful information. After all, if you don’t know where you’ve gone wrong, you can’t fix it. By identifying the problems, you can start finding solutions.
I think it’s really empowering when you can stop blaming other people for what life hands you. Yes, certain things are outside of your control. But, before you throw your hands up and declare you’re a victim of circumstance, it’s worthwhile taking the time to evaluate the things that are within your control. Often, a few minor adjustments can totally change your results.
In this month’s webinar, I’ll be discussing some of the most common issues I see that hold people back in the workplace. If you’re curious, I hope you’ll join us!
The Top Career Killers that Sabotage Your Professional Growth & How to Avoid Them (Free Webinar)
Didn’t get the job again? Passed up for a promotion or raise? Struggling to climb the corporate ladder but feeling like you’re just standing still? You could be unintentionally sabotaging your career!
Every day, smart professionals make stupid mistakes that cost them big time. They end up running around in circles, begging to get noticed and get ahead, only to find themselves falling further behind. Today’s workplace is ultra competitive—just like the job market. If you want to earn more money and tap into more opportunities, you need to do everything in your power to avoid the most common career killers, and this webinar will show you how.
Attendees will learn:
- The most common things people do (and don’t do) that make employers overlook them for opportunities
- How to identify and stop self-defeating behaviors
- The essential things that need to happen to get decision-makers to support your growth—and how you can make it happen!
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