Have you ever wondered what really goes on behind closed doors as organizations consider who to tap to work on special projects? Or who gets invited to participate in leadership development programs? Or who is being groomed – either publically or privately – for advancement? Hmm, how do decisions about promotions and advancement really happen?
Please join us for a behind-the-scenes look at organizational decision making to uncover 6 must-do tips to ensure organizational success and advancement. During this presentation, we will explore how each of the following factors contribute to one’s organizational success:
• Manage your reputation – look, dress and act the part
• Network / develop relationships (sponsors) beyond your immediate circle
• Pay attention to organizational dynamics
• Ask for feedback – regularly and routinely
• Volunteer for the hairy jobs, don’t wait to be asked
UWIT meets on Thursday, May 28th from 11:30 – 1:00 for lunch at City Range Restaurant in Greenville, SC. Please register in advance for $17.50 or $20 at the door.
Elizabeth A. Kunze is an Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant with more than 12 years’ experience in Leadership Development. In her consulting practice, she works closely with leaders and sector-leading organizations competing globally in manufacturing, engineering, and technology domains.
Her technical / industry marketing expertise (in client-facing roles) includes: Geographic Information Systems (GIS); Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems; and engineering systems and workstations, both hardware and software. Elizabeth has held key positions in strategic industry marketing; competitive intelligence; and business development (B2B) supporting international & domestic clients.
She brings broad-based strategic thinking and analysis, combined with extensive cross-cultural / diversity experience to her work with senior leaders, high potentials and organizations. Elizabeth especially enjoys working with high-potential / emerging leaders; expatriates on international assignments; subject-matter experts (SMEs); and engineering / technical professionals keen on expanding their leadership and advancement portfolios.
She holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Geology with graduate studies in Economic Geology from the University of Georgia (Athens, GA), and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) in Marketing from the University of Denver (Denver, CO).