“Christine, I want to become better at what I do. I want to make more significant contributions and be a more valued member of the team.  I don’t feel a need to become CEO of my company. How can I make sure that I am ‘lay-off proof’?”

Most of the time, people come to me for help when they:

  • Want a strategy to help them obtain a promotion
  • Are in career transition and they need help with designing a marketing strategy, interviewing, becoming the candidate of choice and negotiating compensation
  • Need to sharpen and showcase their leadership skills
  • Want to change the direction of their career: become a consultant, coach or business owner; move from corporate to non-profit; build a new enterprise using latent talents and capabilities; return to their career roots, etc.
  • Build a leadership brand and enhance their reputation

But recently individuals come to me when they seek better alignment with their current organization; or they want to make the most of their current role, they want to quietly stand out from the crowd and they want strategies to bullet-proof their career.

If your career aspiration is to be the best you can be now and for the foreseeable future, and you want to ‘lay-off proof’ your career, I recommend that you implement these five strategies:

Want to Lay-off Proof Your Career - Implement These Five Strategies

If you want to enrich your current role, consider implementing some of these top strategies to lay-off proof your career.

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Christine M. Glasco, Career Coach – consults to company executives, business owners and non-profit leaders on career management, career transition and strategic leadership development solutions.  To request a complimentary copy of Five Tips to Transform Your Executive Career  and to receive Who Needs a One Page Career Plan? You Do!   Website: www.christineglasco.com   Email:  info@christineglasco.com  Phone:  1.940.367.0837

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