More Work Satisfaction
Sometimes work can pressure you into being less than you can be.
As we begin 2011,
I encourage you to take back your career.
Succeed More. Like your Life.
I created my membership program to give people the tools, support and confidence they need to create a permanent improvement in their career.
You can thrive more at work
I was lucky to have a lot of help in my own career.
I built this program to help others.
People love this program.
If you enjoy reading this blog, you’ll benefit from membership.
Membership gives you specific, practical and actions you take take right way, to improve your business and career.
And it serves as a monthly reminder not to forget about yourself when you get too busy in your job.
Join Now (in January) and Get 3 months free.
That means you’ll get 15 months for the price of 12, and your membership won’t expire until April 2013!
Here are some of the topics we’ll cover in the program in 2012.
- Ruthless Priorities (and Guilt)
- Influence and Matrix Management
- Maximizing Personal & Team Brand
- Improving Business Strategy
- Communicating for Greater Impact
- Increasing Team Performance
- Executive Presence & Standing Out
- Authentic Networking
- Social Media for Career & Business
- Making More Time & Energy
How the Membership Program works:
Each month I do a webinar on a topic of Business Leadership and Career Success.
Also, each month, members get to call into a monthly Coaching Hour conference call with me to get personalized coaching.
Members get access to everything in the Member Library and…
- You can download the webinars and listen at your own convenience
- You get all the worksheets and templates from the webinars to put your career plan into action
- You get access to Personal Coaching from me in the Monthly Coaching Hour
- You get the Career Year of Action Guide (an additional $39 value) which provides step by step, month-by-month guidance to ensure you make progress in your career
Surprisingly low cost
For just $179 for a whole year, you get access to a quality of information that is not out there at any price. And you get access to me.
If you have been thinking about joining now is a great time to do it.
You’ll get 3 months free AND you’ll get started with the Career Year of Action guide in January.
Managers: Give membership to your team
- Several companies have created a corporate membership for their employees.
- Many mangers have provided membership to their team as a development program.
Companies find this to be a highly practical, effective, and low cost option to provide meaningful development to their employees.
Your team wants career development. And it’s often hard to provide.
This program is a win-win.
Because my approach to career advancement is to add more value to the business, your team will add more value to your business and develop themselves in the process. And they will thank you for it.
Contact me for group or corporate pricing.
Steps to Effective Performance Objectives
Thank you for reading this far.
I’ll leave you with a practical way to establish your performance objectives for this year:
- Know what your business values in general, and this year in particular
- Establish your Ruthless Priories to deliver value to the business
- Create specific performance objectives to support the Ruthless Priorities
- Make sure you can connect the dots between your performance objectives and business value
- Tune your performance objectives to better suit your natural strengths and give you more energy
- Provide specific, concrete descriptions of outcomes and measures
- Provide a timeline for their delivery
- Document for your manager, a recommendation for how to measure you on your objectives
- Proactively negotiate the finer points of all of this with your manager, and get buy in.
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Patty Azzarello is an executive, best-selling author, speaker and CEO/Business Advisor. She became the youngest general manager at HP at the age of 33, ran a billion dollar software business at 35 and became a CEO for the first time at 38 (all without turning into a self-centered, miserable jerk)
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