Learn the secrets of accelerating your journey toward success by better understanding yourself and how others perceive you. In You — According to Them: Uncovering the blind spots that impact your reputation and your career, Sara offers practical steps to help you leverage the perceptions of a great reputation into bottom-line success.
What's Blocking Your Potential?
If you've ever worked in an organization of any size, you've probably seen it: the talented geniuses with all the right credentials who don't really seem to be going anywhere in their chosen careers. Sometimes that "talented genius" is us, and we are hard-pressed to understand what's blocking our ability to advance.
In her new book, You -- According to Them, Sara Canaday draws on her years of corporate experience and research to not only explain WHY smart people can end up with stalled careers, but also HOW they can fix the problems (or avoid them in the future). The timing for this insight couldn't be better, given today's increasingly competitive work environment.
"You, According to Them" is a strong pick for self-improvement and career collections, highly recommended.
—Midwest Book Review
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"For leaders (current and future) who want to accelerate their careers, Sara's book is the next best thing to having your own career coach."
— John Baldoni
President of Baldoni Consulting LLC;
Internationally Acclaimed Leadership Expert, Author and Speaker
"A thoughtful and insightful exploration of the notion of 'blind spots' and how they can impact your contribution in the workplace. Well done, Sara!"
— Douglas R. Conant
Former President and CEO, Campbell Soup Company; New York Times Best-Selling Author of "TouchPoints"
"Sara's book is a must-have for career professionals, especially for those managing across teams. Her vignettes make workplace self-awareness more accessible, offering actionable solutions to individuals who recognize barriers in moving to the next level in their careers."
— Stacey Rudnick
Director, MBA Career Management;
McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin