Based on the PROMOTE! book, Rick will personally guide you to source, describe, and quantify your very best personal wins through three 1-hour sessions. Clients are too-often surprised upon learning of personal accomplishments they had previously not recognized.
Additionally you will learn the accomplishments mindset to identify successes as they are occurring. You will also learn about, and become comfortable with, presenting personal achievements to those who matter most: Management.
An overview of Rick’s customized personal promotion process:
- The “What & Wow!” of accomplishments.
- How to source ‘historical’/previous accomplishments.
- Capturing the “Who, Where, When, Why & How” background detail of each of your personal achievements.
- Crafting these details into a single-sentence statement for each achievement you discover during this process.
- How & when to present your statements to your boss and her boss and his boss!
- Draft the powerful, well crafted, life-changing Personal Accomplishments Inventory.
As a bonus, each client will receive a free, autographed copy of PROMOTE!
Reach out to Rick for rate and to get answers to any questions you have.
“The term “self-promotion” may have negative connotations for many of us, brought up on the idea that bragging is bad — this can be particularly true for women. Fine, Gillis says, just find another way to express the idea, so you can live with it. Think of it as “informing” or “reminding” others of your value. And as I’d add, remind yourself that this is part of your constant process of negotiating your professional worth. There are countless terms for professional self-promotion, but the bottom line is that if you don’t create and maintain your own image in the workplace, it’s quite possible that someone else will.” –Forbes.com
“In any workplace, you’re seen first as a commodity, not a person. Accordingly, you need an inventory of your on-the-job accomplishments–the things that express your commercial value to the business. Be able to roll those things off your tongue anytime, anywhere, to anyone.” –Inc.
“Here’s the book I’ve been waiting for since 1985. I read this book, wishing with every page, that Rick Gillis had written it long ago.” –-BizCatalyst360.com
“You owe it to your current employer, as well as hiring managers elsewhere, to describe what you’ve been up to. “It’s your professional responsibility to make decision-makers aware of the value you bring to the organization,” Gillis says. “It’s part of your job.” “–Fortune.com
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