Now you’re in charge of promoting others to leadership roles. Your vast experience and abilities have made you a rising star and time has been great to you as well. Now you’re on the different side of the fence, a head hunter for rising talent to get things done. You may no longer be directly involved with the product or networking aspects but now primary focus on the internal affairs of so many companies that are involved with the parent company. Are you ready to handle your next assignment? Relax, you will do fine and thanks for reading this little article.
Selecting leaders in the
based on region and goal achievements may be a daunting task. Don’t let it get to you; you can handle this by taking it in stride. Take a moment to organize your files and briefly review all of the candidate profiles. Each file represents a person with their own strengths and weaknesses. Each one of them on your desk has potential and it is up to you to select from this list the ones who will receive a promotion. It can be a challenge but you alone must make the decisions. Go over each file carefully with an open mind. Go over them with a careful eye and match it according to the requirements on the promotional guideline or recommendations based on their evaluations if applicable.
Take your time with
promotions, examine the evidence carefully and then make your recommendations. Everyone deserves a new promotion but the slots are limited and only the very best can fit them. Some people need a bit more time to develop and can wait until the next round of promotions. Others may need more time than others to mature to the level that we wish them to be at. Sometimes by not promoting them, is the best promotion. This means that we have faith in them but they are not ready for more responsibilities just yet but soon will be. This will give us a chance to view and review their particular managing styles and to find the right place for them. It is our hope that we can find the right members to promote, so that they can help benefit the members of the company.
When you send out the promotion list? It is a great time to party and celebrate the achievements of others. Encouraging speeches and letters to those around the newly promoted well help boost their morale and keep them in the green zone. Don’t forget that they are the ones that we need to be our legs and feet in the
These fine members are striving to be the best they can be and it is our jobs to recognize their achievements. It is vital as leaders ourselves to promote fairly among the members based on their knowledge, skills, achievements and educational efforts that attributes to their effectiveness in our organization.