November 2008
Leadership Excellence;Nov2008, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p15
The article discusses various topics related to achieving one's goal including how to handle promotion, to get unstuck at work and to speak with strength. It notes that there is a need to become aware of one's strengths and potential derailers when promoted into a new role. To get unstuck at work, one must talk with the manager and see if there is a more challenging job or a need to be transferred to another department. In speaking with strength, one should use words to change the situation but not to describe it.


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