the ultimate career builder's book
to help you turn your cold career into a HOT opportunity!
Common Career Sabotage Mistakes -- And What To Do About
Common Career Sabotage - You've made yourself irreplaceable!
struggled for weeks and months, looking
and feeling like an idiot until you figured it out your job!
Now, your boss says, "You are critical! You can't be replaced!"
you get no promotions, and only pitiful raises. You are
stuck in a dead-end job. Discouraged. Again!
Common Career Sabotage - You're overwhelmed!
slave 10-16 hours a day. You just
can't keep pace anymore. How long can you continue running
around like a chicken with its head cut off?
Common Career Sabotage - Coasting!
comfortable, enduring until "retirement."
Meanwhile, inflation eats away at your paycheck and retirement
funds. Coasting leads to atrophy and passivity. Are you just
going to lay around like a chicken with its body cut off?
things get even WORSE!
agonize over the lack of control of your own workload.
This means you suffer slower career development -- but with
pressure to do more.
don't have a SYSTEM to amplify your skills into extraordinary
results to gain recognition and boost your career advancement.
you are, stuck again treading water, going nowhere! Worse,
you likely endure daily chaos, ugly politics, and destructive
alliances that cripple your effectiveness.
next career "opportunity" might look to you like an escape,
a lateral move, or even a promotion.
about making yourself "irreplaceable!" Instead, make
make yourself upwardly mobile by developing your own Operations
Manual so you can train someone else to do your job(s).
me explain. An "Operations Manual" is simply a document
that tells someone how to do a given job so they can WIN at
that position from the get-go!
Edward Deming, genius who revitalized Japanese industry,
you can't describe what you're doing as a process, you don't
know what you're doing!"
agree, what's more I say:
is smarter than describing what you are doing in an Operations
Manual that shows others how to do it too! Always do this
before asking for a raise or promotion!"
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2006 Mike Hayden