Your leadership strengths are your most powerful differentiators. Identifying, embracing, and unleashing these strengths can form the foundation of an extraordinary career. Try this quick exercise: Put pen to paper
Does your organization suffer from “gratitude deficit disorder?” Quoting Department of Labor statistics, organizational psychologist Lea Waters says more than half the U.S. population suffers from GDD, gratitude deficit disorder:
When 240 senior leaders of a Silicon Valley tech company were asked to name the factors that got them promoted to their level, one eclipsed all others, and it wasn’t professional
Fact: People with strong networks and good mentors enjoy more promotions, higher pay, and greater career satisfaction. Simply put, having the right mentors can be like rocket fuel for your career.
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