How Not to Get Promoted: Fix the Self-Sabotaging Behaviors Holding You Back


Emily Kumler



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Publication Year 2020


ISBN-10 1404115102


Edition First
Number of Pages 144 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 21.6 x 13.9 x 0.9
Weight (grms) 138

You work hard and turn in flawless reports, you stay late and kiss up to all the right people, and you still aren’t getting promoted. What gives? Well, you’re clearly screwing something up, and it’s time you find out what it is. It’s frustrating. You’re the first one in and the last one out. You’re working your butt off. But still, you have to watch other coworkers get promoted into shiny new titles, while you’re stuck in the same position you’ve been in for the last five years. Chances are it’s not about what you’re doing right--it’s about what you’re doing wrong. How Not to Get Promoted is filled with interviews and stories of people who were being held back by the things they didn’t realize were working against them. The workplace is a minefield filled with politics and unspoken rules. This book is here to teach you: How you’re screwing it up and what to do about it How other people screwed it up before figuring it out What you should stop doing immediately What you should be doing more of Now, stop panicking and letting frustration hold you back. This book is the tool you need to get out of your career rut and make it to the next level!

Emily Kumler

Emily Kumler is an award-winning entrepreneur and journalist. She is launched and run two start-up companies, each with more than $1 million in annual revenue, putting her in the top 4 percent of female-led companies. She hosts the Empowered Health podcast, which is one of the top sciences, health, and medical podcasts. As an ABC News producer for 20/20 and Primetime, a newspaper reporter and columnist, and magazine features writer, she has gone inside the minds of murderers, world leaders, celebrities, business innovators, and everyone in between. She engages her audiences with diverse stories of people overcoming the impossible. Emily has completed advanced negotiation training and the mediation program at Harvard Law Schools Program on Negotiation. She earned a masters degree from Northwestern Universitys Medill School of Journalism and has a BA from Smith College. Kumler has spent several years studying shamanism and is one of a very small group of people who have spent time learning from the Qero Indians in Peru. For Kumler all these pursuits and interests are interconnected
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