Your arrival at the C-suite, or anywhere nearby, will not happen by accident, coincidence or luck. Nor will it result from being smart, accomplished and talented…alone. Dr. Anne Perschel, 3Plus co-founder and leadership coach recommends 7 steps to get you to the executive neighborhood. First create a plan. Next, build self-confidence. Third, get your ticket punched.
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“Stop waiting to feel comfortable and go for ‘okay.’ Where okay means you won’t die or get seriously injured. It exists just a few steps outside your comfort zone. The nature of “uncomfortable” is such that you won’t feel comfortable there, especially on your first trip.” Waiting for the discomfort to magically morph into your comfort zone won’t happen even after eternity arrives.” Anne Perschel tells us why!
Career advancement opportunities for women are and will continue to strike. To ensure they strike in your direction, learn to take the networking bull by the horns and ride that baby over the glass ceiling. Dr. Anne Perschel, 3Plus co-founder and vp mentoring, reveals three networking truths and 3+ solutions for women.
Dorothy Dalton recounts how overhearing 2 conversations at a corporate networking event prompted her to create B.A.S.I.C a networking acronym to give women a framework for successful professional networking
Do you have an external network? Do you build and maintain it? Anne Perschel tells a real life story, and one that is all too typical, about what happens to successful professionals who are so engaged in their work that they fail to build their network until desperation strikes.
For the past year, we’ve been interviewing women at the C-suite. Now 3Plus International readers can learn what these executive women told us about power – how they understand it, how they earn it, and how they use it to for the betterment of the business, the community and the stakeholders.
How do you handle a nervous breakdown or mental health problem in job search when transitioning back into the workplace. Do you openly declare it or re-position?
Women don’t talk about their achievements? Meet Vicki aka @BubbleOffCentre, a woman who toots her own horn and can help you do the same.
So if blood could be drawn for a cut price hand bag or pair of shoes in the January sales, why are we women so much less competitive in the workplace?
Sandy loves her job, but she wants to save her passion for things outside her work. She reminds me that not everyone is drinking the work place passion juice, and it’s important to keep that in mind.