Staying on the Fast Track

Gaspard, Shayna
May 2010
Atlanta Tribune;May2010, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p20
The article offers tips on how employees can increase their value for career advancement. It states that career progress can be achieved by maintaining the drive for job excellence, respecting the experience and wisdom of older employees, and understanding the macro view of the business. It also mentions that building and nurturing a network of mentors, sponsors, brand ambassadors, and cross-functional contacts can boost a person's career.


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