This episode is a quick moment of trillness at the end of the year. Thank you all for listening to Season 2 of the Trill MBA Show. Season 3 starts January 6, 2019. Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!
Today we talk about tackling The End Of Year Review using Step 3 to your BPO- Best Possible Outcome. I want to make sure you are getting the development you need, and your manager’s support…even if he or she doesn’t see it for you today….that will all change if you incorporate this advice and the 3 Steps to Your BPO (Best Possible Outcome).
Are you up for the challenge of climbing the corporate ladder and making it to the C Suite? If you think you have what it takes, this show is here to help. This episode’s Career BPO Tip is all about Shifting Your Energy so that you can fight the good fight. I talk about why this is important and give you steps in how to do it! Please subscribe, rate a 5 and leave a review on iTunes and share this podcast with your 5 best girlfriends.
In this episode, I share the great nuggets I learned from the National Black MBA Conference. Starting this week, you will get a new Career Tip, Trick or Hack to help you get to your Best Possible Outcome or BPO for short. This week’s BPO Career Tip is STEP 1 for winning at work! It’s not always easy to do, but we can all do it.
In this episode, I talk about what it’s like to attend the National Black MBA Association Conference & Expo. I share my past conference experiences and my biggest pet peeve about the career fair. I also give you a discount code to a workshop that will help you WIN at the career fair!
In this episode, we talk about what happens when you don’t secure the Summer Schmoney bag and you don’t get a full time offer after your summer internship. Guess What? More interns DON’T land full-time offers than do.
Setting Yourself Up For Success
In S2: Ep 9, I meet with one of my mentees who is about a year into her first job post undergrad. She has not been set up for success in her current organization. We talk about how to turn this around and set herself up for success, regardless of the road blocks the organization puts in her way.