Executive Coach

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Executive coaching is a great trend that is growing around the world.Executive coaches work one-on-one with executives to develop their skills and enhance their careers.

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Workshop: Navigating “Power, Politics and Influence” To Get Promoted 1

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Gender Culture 2

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WHY AM I HERE? MW/Fallon/McCann Account/Chief Of Staff/ Regional Learning Director Executive Coach Hired & promoted 100s of people 3

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EXERCISE #1: ARE YOU READY TO BE PROMOTED? 4

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IF YOU SCORED 12 OR HIGHER, YOU’RE READY TO BE PROMOTED. 5

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WHY MOST PEOPLE DON’T GET PROMOTED 6 Source: CNN

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REASONS I HEAR MOST OFTEN FROM PEOPLE 7

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“I Don’t Know What To Focus On To Get Promoted.” 8 “I’m Uncomfortable Merchandising Myself.” “I Don’t Understand The Politics Of This Place” “I Don’t Know The Right Time To Ask For A Promotion. It Always Seems Like A Bad Time.” “I Honestly Don’t Know How To Ask.”

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“I Feel Like It Should Just Happen.” “Gone are the days that employees are “tapped on the shoulder” for promotion simply by showing up to work and not making waves. Employers want to see passion, leadership, a “whatever it takes attitude” and a solution-oriented team player.” 9 Source: Chicago Tribune

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THE SIMPLE FORMULA 10 Performance Determination Strategy Desired Outcome Goods + Grit + Grip + Grab = Promotion Ask

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8 STRATEGIES Master Your Current Job And Convey This Truth Figure Out The Rules/Politics To The Game Define And Communicate Your Personal Brand Influence Your Management Create Time To Develop A Strategy Embrace Grace Pretend You’re The Boss & Learn From It Be Ready To Ask For The Job 11

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WE’LL FOCUS ON 4 Master Your Current Job And Convey This Truth Figure Out The Rules/Politics To The Game Define And Communicate Your Personal Brand Influence Your Management Create Time To Develop A Strategy Embrace Grace Pretend You’re The Boss & Learn From It Be Ready To Ask For The Job 12

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#1. FIGURE OUT THE RULES/POLITICS TO THE GAME 13

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“In Most Organizations, Promotions Are Governed By Unwritten Rules – The Often Fuzzy, Intuitive, And Poorly Expressed Feelings Of Senior Executives Regarding An Individual’s Ability To Succeed.” 14 Source: Harvard Business Review

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KEY QUESTION 15

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KEY ACTIONS 16

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EXERCISE #2 What are the known rules? What are the unspoken rules? How will you find out/validate? 17

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#2. DEFINE AND COMMUNICATE YOUR PERSONAL BRAND 18

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KEY QUESTION 19

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WHAT DOES YOUR BRAND SAY… 20

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KEY ACTIONS 21

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EXERCISE #3 Personal Brand Sheet: The 3 things I want to be known for are: What makes me most unique is: When people see me, they should say… 22 Consider how your and our cultural and gender lenses affect how you build and communicate your brand.

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#3. INFLUENCE YOUR MANAGEMENT 23

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KEY QUESTIONS 24

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KEY ACTIONS 25

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STAKEHOLDER INFLUENCE MAP EXERCISE #4 26

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#4. BE PREPARED TO ASK 28

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“Employees Are Usually Promoted Because A Role Opens Up, They Are Right For It, And They’ve Asked To Be Promoted.” 29

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KEY QUESTION 30

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KEY ACTIONS 31 According to 2011 LinkedIn Research, January, June and July are the best months to receive promotions in the U.S.

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EXERCISE The Ask Opening Ask Rationale Close Partner with someone and practice asking for the job. 32

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12 PARTING THOUGHTS No complaining/gossip Get to know as many people as possible Work for a company that has room to grow Groom a successor for your job Be okay with going to another company Don’t suffer Find mentors Tell people you are ready Always be prepared Embrace change and take risks Consider lateral moves Plan for your next job the day you start your current job 33

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Q&A 34

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Thank You [email protected] www.markstrongcoaching.com SLIDE SHARE ADDRESS TO COME 646.418.0291 35

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