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50 Ways To Avoid Screwing Up Your New Promotion (series)

2014 June 16

tags: Development, Effectiveness, Leadership, Promotion, Reputation, Self-Care, Valuing Others
by Andrew

Note: This will be a series of five posts, each with ten points essential to making and maintaining a good impression in a new promotion.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 4

Part 3

So, you’ve been promoted. Congratulations! The hard part isn’t over. Sure, you prepared for, competed for, perhaps longed or fought for the promotion, and you got it. But there are plenty of ways to fail to keep it, and many of them can have your executives questioning their decision if you aren’t careful.

The fifty tips in this series, ten a week, are intended to help you set a sustainable pace in your new role and avoid some all-too-common problems that can befall people.

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50 Ways To Avoid Screwing Up Your New Promotion (series)

2014 May 5

tags: Development, Effectiveness, Leadership, Promotion, Reputation, Self-Care, Valuing Others
by Andrew

Note: This will be a series of five posts, each with ten points essential to making and maintaining a good impression in a new promotion.

Part 1

Part 3

Part 4

Part 2

So, you’ve been promoted. Congratulations! The hard part isn’t over. Sure, you prepared for, competed for, perhaps longed or fought for the promotion, and you got it. But there are plenty of ways to fail to keep it, and many of them can have your executives questioning their decision if you aren’t careful.

The fifty tips in this series, ten a week, are intended to help you set a sustainable pace in your new role and avoid some all-too-common problems that can befall people.

read more…

50 Ways To Avoid Screwing Up Your New Promotion (series)

2014 April 7

tags: Development, Effectiveness, Leadership, Promotion, Reputation, Self-Care, Valuing Others
by Andrew

Note: This will be a series of five posts, each with ten points essential to making and maintaining a good impression in a new promotion.

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

So, you’ve been promoted. Congratulations! The hard part isn’t over. Sure, you prepared for, competed for, perhaps longed or fought for the promotion, and you got it. But there are plenty of ways to fail to keep it, and many of them can have your executives questioning their decision if you aren’t careful.

The fifty tips in this series, ten a week, are intended to help you set a sustainable pace in your new role and avoid some all-too-common problems that can befall people.

read more…

Year In Review 2013

2014 January 6

tags: Development, Effectiveness, Metacognition, Priorities, Self-Care, Series
by Andrew

This is the beginning of my fifth year of writing at 360 Minutes, and I’m astonished at how time flies.  At this point of my life, I really am surprised that time is so fleeting, although I don’t know why I’m surprised! This is the first Monday of the new year, and I’ve decided to post a year-in-review piece. I’ve resisted, sometimes actively and sometimes complacently, for the last several years.  It isn’t that I don’t conduct yearly reviews; rather, I just have resisted posting them for various reasons. One of the biggest reasons is probably that I tend to be a very private person even though I turn up easily these days via a Google search for my name…which, I suppose, is terrifying in itself! :mrgreen:

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Resolve to be Resolute

2014 January 1

tags: Getting Things Done, GTD, New Year's, Productivity, Resolutions, Self-Care, Time Management
by Andrew

effective resolutionsIt’s that time of year again. A few extra pounds for many of us. Not enough energy to make it through the day. A briefly intense drive to somehow become better than we were last year at something. What to do about it?

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