The System Behind 17 Promotions In 10 Years
One thing that people underestimate is how lonely the career journey can get.
You can’t always talk to your colleagues, you can’t be completely straightforward with your manager, and you don’t always know where to get advice from. You feel like you have to figure it all out on your own and that’s exhausting and scary.
I know that’s how I felt for the majority of my career.
I didn’t always have someone to talk with, share with, and let’s be honest complain to about my career challenges.
A couple of weeks ago I realized that this was still the case for many of you, so I decided to collaborate with my career bestie and give you the 1:1 career conversation you've always wanted.
Meet your hosts, two of the leading career coaches in the industry:
Maya Grossman (that's me!)
CEO, Career Success Coach to high achievers, 2x VP of marketing, and best-selling author.
Career Strategy Coach with 13+ years of Fortune 500 experience (and my new bestie).
Combined, we have secured 17 promotions in the last decade and created the playbook for leveling up in the corporate world by working smarter, not harder.
In this session we give you:
The real talk, not what you are “supposed” to say.
IRL examples of how we managed tough situations.
The system that got us 17 promotions in 10 years (combined).
The secrets no one tells you about your career but you need to know.
Tap into 60 minutes of raw, honest, and valuable advice on how to grow your career and get your next promotion. Trust me when I say this is anything but your typical “cookie-cutter” advice. Both Tiffany and I hate fluff, so we only share practical advice.
If you feel like you need a boost of motivation and a career strategy for 2023 just press play.
This conversation may completely change your outlook on your career.
I believe in you and I’m rooting for you.
P.S. Tiffany and I are actually friends! We met on LinkedIn and realized even though we live in different countries we’ve had paralleled lives. How awesome is it to meet a complete stranger but feel like you totally know them?