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Promotions are So Yesterday with Julie Winkle Giulioni

Episode 58


The time-honored tradition of defining career development exclusively in terms of promotions, moves, and title changes is dead. Beyond, between, and besides the climb up the positional ladder, there are many other ways that employees can—and want to—grow. This episode explores some of those alternative ways to grow, the important role managers play in guiding that growth, and organizational executives should think differently about career and talent development.

About our Guest

Julie Winkle Giulioni is a champion for workplace growth and development and helps executives and leaders optimize talent and potential within their organizations. One of Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 speakers, she’s the author of Promotions Are So Yesterday: Redefine Career Development, Help Employees Thrive and the co-author of the international bestseller, Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Organizations Need and Employees Want, translated into seven languages.
Julie is a regular columnist for Training Industry Magazine and SmartBrief and contributes articles on leadership, career development, and workplace trends to numerous publications including The Economist. You can keep up with Julie through her blog, LinkedIn and Twitter.

What You’ll Learn

Why promotions so yesterday What’s at risk when you define career success and development exclusively with promotions and positions? Some alternate ways to think about careers and career development How you can create a multidimensional career development framework How can grow beyond the corporate ladder via positions and promotions

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