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Passed Over for Promotion … Now what? Get Behind the “Why” and Turn Career Letdowns into a Launching Pad for Success
A few months ago, I reached out to an individual at a Fortune 500 company about a potential opportunity with a client. His background was unusual in that he had leaped from a largely domestic role into a position with substantial global responsibility. As it turns out, there was a story there.
In his prior role, he had been in close competition with a colleague for an Asia Pacific position. He had more experience than ...
Chief of Staff Role Leaps from West Wing to C-Suite—Why the Role Is Catching on in the Corporate World
Strategist. Gatekeeper. Advisor. These aren’t just buzzwords for resumes or LinkedIn profiles. They are the critical duties of a role becoming prevalent in the C-Suite.
TV shows like “West Wing” and recent turnover at the Presidential level have attracted national attention to the role of Chief of Staff. Once primarily a government or military role, Chiefs of Staff (COS, for short) are beginning to appear on the rosters of non-government organizations. The trend began ...
As the chair of Baker Donelson's Women's Initiative since 2014, Christy Tosh Crider plays a critical role in helping to create an exceptional workplace culture at her firm. Part of building a great culture involves encouraging every professional to pursue their own brand of success. This week, Christy shares her 10 steps for mapping a path to success and joy, both in and outside of the workplace.
The quest for joy, it's ...