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5 Professional Behaviors That Will Get You Noticed
February 10, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm CST
Have you noticed all of the industry promotions and changes posted daily on Linked In? People are making major moves to other firms. Others are staying at their companies and being recognized and promoted for their contributions and commitment.
Want to be one of those people?
Are you working with a company that you enjoy but feel like you need or deserve more attention and opportunity? Companies are discovering that they need to get much better at this if they want to survive the resignation tsunami.
But noticing you may not be just up to the company…..its also up to you! Now is the time to rethink old habits that may no longer be serving you well. This is a time of disruption in talent. The spotlight is on and it is the perfect time to get noticed.
Here’s just one of 5 behaviors that you need to change ….
The State of Being Stuck – One of your biggest roadblocks may be your own feeling that you’re stuck! Do you feel like something is preventing you from moving forward? Do you feel like people around you have no idea what you’re capable of achieving? Is it circumstantial? Is it an embedded company issue? Or are you on auto-pilot?
Unfortunately, this is an old habit that literally stands in your way because, over time, you have come to believe it! And it gets in the way of this situation, this moment, this challenge. You’re just reacting in a way that has become comfortable for you over time. Are you truly present for what you are doing or could be doing? In other words, you actually have the opportunity to stand out right in front of you – but you may not see it.
You are not stuck! You are not without opportunity. Be present. See today for what it is.
Join Susan Weston, President of the Susan Weston Company on 2/10/22 where she will also share these four other behaviors to apply:
- The Art of Self-Promotion
- A Clear Vision of Your Future
- The Limits of Expertise
- Avoid the Perfection Trap