High Achievers: What Are Your Chances of Getting Promoted with Your Current Leadership Skills?


What You Need to Know to Boost Your Visibility for Career Promotion


Cincinnati, Nov 21, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Every day, good people get passed over for supervisory roles because they don't have a strong leadership base. When there are no prepared candidates to assume these roles, especially when there is an unplanned vacancy, it leads to a breakdown of duties, loss of knowledge, unclear vision, and poor morale amongst the team. This leads to inefficiency, miscommunication, and chaos which can be detrimental to an organization.

How can you position yourself to transition from a supporting role to a standout leader in your industry? Tywauna Wilson is the author of the new release Some Leaders Wear Lab Coats: 7 Tips to Stand Out, Get Promoted, and Get Paid (Trendy Elite Media Group, 2020) to help you learn exactly what it takes to transition from the front line to a supervisory position feeling equipped and prepared to lead. Although the process to evolve into a befitting leader can be tough and daunting, it's also a journey of discovering your potential, learning new skills, and developing an entirely different mindset. The outcome WILL amaze you.

"The secrets of success for my life live inside of me. When I know what my strengths are, I can utilize them to live an impactful and influential life," Mrs. Wilson said. "Leveraging and mastering these skills will help you to grow personally, enhance communication skills, react to situations with determination and brilliant solutions, and become a leader of confidence and ability."

Tywauna Wilson founded Trendy Elite Coaching and Consulting where they focus on building the next generation of leaders, giving them the tools, they need to be efficient, effective, and influential inside and outside of the workplace. This is done through masterclasses, coaching programs, assessments and their signature StandOut Leader Academy. Mrs. Wilson holds a bachelor's degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences from Kentucky State University and a MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has received several accolades including: 2019 Ambition Magazine List, 2018 Werking Women Award, 2017 American Society for Clinical Pathology Forty Under 40 Award, 2015 UC/UC Health Martin Luther King Jr Award, 2012 Girls Scouts of Western Ohio Leaders of Promise Award, 2011 Cincinnati Business Courier Forty Under 40 Award, and 2010 YWCA Rising Star Award.

 

Mrs. Wilson offers these four tips on how you--or your colleague--can stand out in the workplace:

  • Create your leadership roadmap.

 

Define your vision and purpose for your career. Outline the people, skills, education, and work/volunteer experience that you need to get to your five-year career goal. Plan your action to reach your goal and achieve success.

 

  • Develop habits of successful leaders.

 

What you do today is how you show up every day. Practicing discipline and having laser focus is essential to growing your leadership and climbing the corporate ladder.  

 

  • Surround yourself with people who will take you to the next level.

 

If you are the smartest person in the room, you need to move into a new room so that you can continue to grow and develop. Establish your personal board of directors of people who will challenge you, provide honest feedback, and provide mentorship to you.

 

  • Position yourself for leadership even before you have the formal title.

 

Learn the necessary skills in advance that will be required in a supervisory role. Develop financial acumen, increase emotional intelligence, and get to know your boss and figure out how you can help them be successful in their role.

To receive additional leadership strategies to support you on your leadership journey, subscribe to the Trendy Elite Leadership newsletter at https://trendyelite.leadingthebest.com/JMTN0001. This email series will provide ongoing tips to help you gain visibility and get promoted. 

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About the Author:

Tywauna 'Coach Tee' Wilson is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, medical laboratory scientist, and an award-winning leadership maven who helps medical laboratory professionals and high achievers grow their leadership, boost their visibility, and discover their unique power strengths for career promotion with proven strategies found in the StandOut Leader Academy.  She is the System Technical Director of Chemistry for a regional laboratory in the Dayton, OH area and the Founder and CEO of Trendy Elite Coaching and Consulting. She is the author of "Some Leaders Wear Lab Coats", the Visionary Author of the "Leadership Tidbits" book series and host of the "Leadership Tidbits with Coach Tee Wilson" and "eLABorate Topics" podcasts on DirectImpactBroadcasting.com. Tywauna has over 15 years of diverse healthcare leadership experience.

Her mission is to empower and train one million leaders worldwide to be able to utilize their skills to lead with confidence and leave a career legacy that makes them proud.

Her website is http://www.coachteewilson.com.


About the Book:

Some Leaders Wear Lab Coats: 7 Tips to Stand Out, Get Promoted, and Get Paid (Trendy Elite Media Group, 2020) by Tywauna Wilson, is available for purchase at https://www.someleaderswearlabcoats.com.

Media Interviews:

For an interview with Tywauna Wilson, please contact Mrs. Wilson at Tywauna@someleaderswearlabcoats.com or (513) 486-5881. Press kit available at https://www.tywaunawilson.com

 

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