Setting yourself up for a promotion

08/5/2013 |

Taking a few simple steps now can help you to earn a promotion later on, writes Adrian Granzella Larssen. Keep track of the contributions you've made and the skills you've acquired, verbalize your desire to advance and take on new challenges. "You'll gain new skills, you'll meet more people at work, and you'll learn about how things are done across the organization -- all things that position you for that someday promotion," she writes.

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