Our guidance on how to analyze your peers when going for a promotion.
Often when you know a vacancy is going to be coming up in the level above you, it's because you know your boss or one of her peers is going to be moving to another department, being promoted themselves or leaving the company. Sometimes, this can give you quite a lot of warning that the position you want is going to be available. However, even if you haven't had that kind of news, analyzing your competitors for the role you want is an essential part of the getting ready process.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How do I analyze my competition for a promotion?
- How do I know what skills I need to be promoted?
- Is promotion always a competition?
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