Have you been
• Working harder?
• Putting in longer hours?
• Getting more education?
Only to discover all that effort has not opened the door of opportunity for you?
Do you want companies fighting to have you as part of their team? Sarah Andreas shares discoveries from working with clients and her personal experience; offering tools, suggestions, and answers to questions in an easy to read format packed with stories and examples to help develop your Career Advancement Strategy.
In her book, you'll:
• Discover simple things that may be holding you back for your next promotion.
• Identify techniques that can help you on your career journey.
• Discover how other successful emerging leaders have overcome their career blocks.
• Plus, FREE Bonus Content online.
This book is sort of a What Got You Here Won't Get You There meets Talent is Never Enough in a practical guide for emerging leaders who want to take their career to the next level.
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About the Author
Sarah has a Master's in Business Administration and is currently doing her dissertation work for her Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Johnson University. A lifelong learner Sarah is a Kent State Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, a Project Management Professional (PMP), and a DiSC® Facilitator. She uses these skills to help her clients identify current state, future state, and develop a strategy plan to move forward in their career journey.
Sarah often shares an African Proverb: "If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to go far go together." Sarah believes that in building and maintaining relationships we can create growth and development for everyone. She is passionate about helping emerging leaders create strategies to achieve the career journey of their dreams.
Sarah works for four Harley-Davidson dealerships in Northeastern Ohio for over 11 years. Riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle is one of her favorite summer past times. Sarah lives on a 250+ acre farm in Strasburg, Ohio with her husband Dan and their son Marcus. Yes, she can drive a tractor and ride a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.