- Q1: How can you broaden your work experience with new responsibilities in your current position?
- — Amy Bishop (@AmyL_Bishop)Fri, Aug 08 2014 01:12:04A1: Identify areas your team may lack expertise, then research, learn & apply your new-found knowledge to lift your team up. #NPPRSA
- Q2: How can you prove to your boss that you're ready for an available promotion?
- — Keri Betters (@KeriBetters)Fri, Aug 08 2014 01:21:35A2: Give 110% in whatever you do. Come early, stay late. Ask questions and take criticism. Show you are dedicated and it'll coNPPRSAPPRSA
- Q3: What should a PR pro do if they don't see a future for career growth within their company and it's no longer the right fit?
- — Amy Bishop (@AmyL_Bishop)Fri, Aug 08 2014 01:27:45A3: Identify why it's not working out. Is it job responsibilities or industry? Understand what needs to change for you to be hapNPPRSAPPRSA
- — Carolyn White Bartoo (@CaroBar2)Fri, Aug 08 2014 01:35:43A3: They're still paying you, even if you're bored. Bust it out evry day. Ppl remember folks who flatline by choice. Not gooNPPRSAu. #NPPRSA
- Q4: What factors are most important when considering a new position at a new company?
- Q5: What are some ethical ways to search and interview for new jobs while still employed?
August 2014 #NPPRSA Twitter Chat
This is a recap of our August 2014 #NPPRSA Twitter chat. We discussed how to prepare for a career move with Ron Culp.
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