Professional Development Webinar: “Managing Up: Positioning Yourself for Success with Your Supervisor” with Ken Jacobs

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As a young professional, “managing up” is probably something we have all encountered in the workplace, either from our own experiences or from those around us. Working with your boss to ensure you meet, even exceed, his/her needs so that you can ultimately work your way up in the company is smart. However, where is the line between going above expectations and “brown-nosing?” While you may be familiar with both, this topic is not one on which you took a college class. In “Managing Up: Positioning Yourself for Success with Your Supervisor,” trainer and consultant Ken Jacobs will help us all get a better grip on:

·    What “managing up” is and isn’t

·    Nine tips on how to manage up more effectively

·    How managing up benefits you

·    How to make your boss the best boss for you

The webinar starts at 2 p.m. (EST) on Thursday, July 7. Interested in learning a little more about Ken Jacobs? Check out his website.

Are you on the fence about spending the money to join us? We have a solution! Chances are you have a few other young professionals in your workplace. This particular topic is something all fields of work can benefit from, so consider collaborating with them and splitting the $35 fee. It gives you a nice, educational break from the daily grind and a chance to spend some more time with the other young professionals in your office!

So, what are you waiting for? Register here!

Ken Jacobs is the principal of Jacobs Communications Consulting, which helps public relations firms grow and manage business; improve client service and enhance client relationships; as well as increase staff performance, motivation, loyalty and retention. Jacobs Communications Consulting does so via training, consulting and coaching. Prior to launching his firm, Jacobs held leadership positions at Lippe Taylor, Maloney & Fox, Marina Maher Communications, Ogilvy Adams & Rinehart and Ogilvy & Mather PR. He blogs at http://kensviews.com

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