Getting that first promotion will require you to rise above the other talented people in your organization, John Beeson writes. Demonstrate the ability to marshal company resources by identifying and fixing inefficiencies; in the process, you might need to build inroads into other departments. "If you think all this sounds like extra work, you're absolutely right. ... [T]hose who emerge from the pack will be the ones willing to go the extra mile," he writes.
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