Don’t Get Stuck: How To Avoid Being Forgotten – Episode 1 – 3 Principles to Stand out & Get Promoted – Part 3
You struggle with bad news? Are you difficult to tell the truth? Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric company has a quote that talked about the importance of bad news in confronting the truth. In this episode, Clay Clark, former US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year, and Caleb Taylor talk about the significant difference between Austin doors and business owners that can have candid conversation, in those who cannot. Jack Welch says that some information is hard to swallow, and that cannot be more true. We all hear items that we do not want to accept. However, the most successful among us will face the reality head on, and create an action plan for addressing it. If you are worried about getting stuck in a career, make sure that you are having the uncomfortable and candid conversation about your growth and future within a company. This is the best way to understand exactly where you are at with management, and you can correct course along the way. With that being said, you must be prepared to hear information that you this could be that you are not delivering on your task, or you simply are not good at your job. If it is good management, they will provide you instructions on how to improve. You must be willing to see constructive criticism regularly in your career in order to be promoted. The most successful employees within a company or those that have the ability to learn quickly, and become coachable in any situation. When you can dissociate the emotion from your motion in the workplace, you can move mountains. This is one of the hardest and truest tasks that employees and business owners must master. If you enjoy this training, make sure that you check out the other videos that coverHow to avoid getting stuck.