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Dec 12, 2023Liked by The Management Consultant

Totally agree with you. I could not say which one of the three are the most important, so I'll say all of them are really important.

In my experience, I couldn't promote for so long, more than 10 years, because I didn't know my audience, or, in my case, the person in charge to say who promotes and who doesn't. I was lucky to comment it to him in a not meaningful conversation and, one month later, I promoted.

My lesson learned here is to understand and know the key persons at your company so points 2 and 3 will be easier.

What do you think?

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Nov 12, 2023Liked by The Management Consultant

I’m so with you on all three points, and notably the first. I haven’t heard it expressed quite like this before. But even a draft or interim deliverable deserves the respect for its reader to be of decent quality. There’s little excuse for poor spelling or grammar, particularly now that so much automation is available for it.

Thanks for the write-up.

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Everything you create is spot on. I think promoting yourself without looking like an a-hole could be an entire book by itself. Really, really, great post.

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