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A manager I was working with was excited in the hope to finally get the promotion he thought he deserved. He thought he had everything lined up to gain his promotion into the executive ranks—from achieving clear results to having the support of his immediate manager. Unfortunately, and unbeknownst to him, another leader above him blocked his promotion because of a past conflict the two of them had. It took him a long time to recover from this setback, and also cost his company the loss of his motivation and discretionary effort. Getting promoted is a major milestone in one’s career.
Every hardworking and ambitious young professional dreams of bagging a leadership role. Manbir shares stories of experienced corporate leaders and articulates in very simple terms a step-bystep approach to get there through the right career moves and soft skills development. A great read especially for those at crossroads in their jobs, deciding which path is right for them.
What a book Manbir has written for all corporate employees! The topics covered are pertinent, ranging from core learning and development to career planning, emotional intelligence and blind spots which are critical for any employee to manage and master. The narrative is lucid and striking with practical suggestions. This will be a great companion for all corporate employees.
Manbir’s book Get Your Next Promotion takes the readers on a step-by-step approach in their career growth right from goal setting to meaningful conversations to personal branding to big picture. She has articulated very well how professional success is important for each one to achieve their dreams backed by some interesting stories.
I personally recommend this book to my sales fraternity for their next promotion with the right emotion
How to get the next promotion is a question that comes up often in my coaching conversations with professionals in corporations. Manbir writes with clarity and honesty about a subject that leads to frustrations and resignations in many organizations. You will finally understand why, sometimes, others are chosen instead of you and what can you do to get ready for the next promotion.
In today’s dynamic business environment, talent provides limitless possibilities. The ‘rope’ to ascend in the career path for such talents is always available but one needs to be smart, not to hang oneself (with the rope) in sheer passion, instead of climbing up to the top.