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Tips on Advancing your Career when you see
no Ladder
• Over the past 20 years, the attitude towards the very concept of "career" has changed.
• The word "careerist" meant "bad...
• Vertical direction
An upright job implies a climb along the hierarchy - and not necessarily in one company, in one busin...
A career in a vertical direction is upward mobility,
wage increase. Career achievements are reflected
even on a business c...
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no-ladder/
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Many organizations offered a straightforward career ladder. If that you performed well, you could rely on an increase in salary, title, and responsibilities. Today, organizations openly reassign and terminate employees as required. Management positions before the Great recession are presently even less likely to consider turnover, as the organization’s most old employees try to rebuild or remake their retirement funds.

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  1. 1. for sophisticated clients and consultantsSM Tips on Advancing your Career when you see no Ladder
  2. 2. • Over the past 20 years, the attitude towards the very concept of "career" has changed. • The word "careerist" meant "bad man," and in general, everything related to career had a negative connotation. • However, the 2000s edition, the Big Dictionary of Economics, already reflects a shift in the public consciousness: • Highlighting three "career" directions: in a vertical direction, in a horizontal direction, and a diagonal direction. Introduction 2
  3. 3. • Vertical direction An upright job implies a climb along the hierarchy - and not necessarily in one company, in one business or field of activity. A careerist, like a rock-climber, is always invited by height. With each rise, with each jump, the status changes, and with it the money, the name of the position sounds steeper and a salary higher. Progress is apparent - therefore the very concept of "career" is associated with a vertical career. • Horizontal direction A horizontal career has many advantages. For example, they can lose a job from any position, and they cannot transfer the skill, professionalism, or knowledge by order. If a vertical career often depends on the circumstances and people with whom you need to build relationships, then a horizontal direction does a job almost independently. • Diagonal direction Diagonal career develops within one company. Such a job does not involve forcing - "higher and higher and higher." A person moves forward progressively, taking advantage of opening opportunities. He works in his place; he likes his company or field of activity; there are roots in the organization; he is interested there and feels comfortable. Types of career 3
  4. 4. A career in a vertical direction is upward mobility, wage increase. Career achievements are reflected even on a business card; others can see it and in response to hearing: "Ooh! Grow up! " A career in the horizontal direction is the accumulation of knowledge and skills. Sometimes only a narrow circle of people knows about success; sometimes those are us just who knows. There is something about a career in a diagonal direction from both: a new position, and professional growth. Take a surgeon, for example. He can set himself various tasks: to become, for example, the deputy minister of health or the head of a department (vertical career), merely a high-quality surgeon (horizontal), chief doctor or leader of a department in the hospital where he works (diagonal). How to choose your career? 4
  5. 5. For More Visit: http://blog.iagility.com/tips-on-advancing-your-career-when-you-see- no-ladder/ 5

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