You are great at what you do! So great, in fact, that you’ve been promoted to manage your former peers (the subject of an upcoming blog post). There’s just one problem: You are overwhelmed because you are doing your old job in addition to managing others. And, you are concerned because, if being truly honest with yourself, you realize that you are the bottleneck and actually getting in the way. Where are those additional hours in the day?! How will you learn the necessary management skills?!
Maybe you are fed up with your colleague – he’s so rude! Or maybe you’re tired of dealing with Mr. or Ms. Sensitive. Either way, my bet is that you’re frustrated and wondering not just what’s wrong with your colleague, but what to do about it.
Twenty eighteen is all about getting the job or promotion you want. You’ve identified one, two or maybe even three jobs that would be a step up for you or that you are confident you can succeed at, if given the chance. But how do you get that chance?
Twenty eighteen is all about getting to the next level. It about taking getting and making the most of opportunities, whether it’s a promotion, new job, or other exciting opportunities. The question is, how do you attract the best opportunities for you?
Twenty eighteen is going to be a big year. At least you hope so. Whether it’s a promotion, new job, or other exciting opportunities, you want to be ready to successfully grab that brass ring – your brass ring – so that 2018 is, in fact, a great year for you. You don’t want to blow it, but are you ready to make the impression necessary or will nerves derail your success?
Are the holidays adding to your stress? All the extra commitments – friends, family, and colleagues all seem to want more from you. I guess that’s good, but how do you actually enjoy all of this “fun” without losing your mind?
Are you tired of work feeling like a four-letter word? Everybody says that you’ll enjoy your work and be more successful if you maximize your strengths, but how do you do that? You have a job that offers no opportunity at best and feels dead end at worst.
Being Aware Of Your Own Needs in the Workplace
Being aware of what you need is crucial in your work environment and interaction with your coworkers and bosses! We all want executive presence, which means having an awareness of your own needs. If you don’t know what your needs are, you won’t be able to recognize when a particular strategy will meet your needs. In addition, most people confuse strategy with needs.
Check out our video, where we dissect how to understand what you really need.
What are the chilling effects of hierarchy? How do relationships and reporting structures affect your team dynamics and productivity? Check out our video to increase your awareness!