5 Must- Have Skills to Land the Job You Want

It's time to target your career development

Hello Leader!

Are you beginning to recognize that it might take more than what you've tried so far to gain the recognition or promotions you seek?

You're not alone.

Often employees believe that years of employment, experience, or technical skills are all that is needed in order to move up. 

But the reality is that there are specific skills that truly establish someone as capable of greater leadership.

And not prioritizing these skills in your career development plan? It can actively work against you - sending a message that you are not the best person for the opportunity.

Are you? 

  • Looking to land a new job or move up in your company?
  • Trying to skip entry-level as you move into a new area of focus or industry?
  • Wondering if you have the right skills, or are "cut out", for the role you are in?
  • Working to turn your current role into your dream career?

After reviewing this career development guide, you will:

  • Identify the 5 must-have skills for any job you desire (including maximizing the one you have!)
  • Understand your strengths and areas for improvement across several leadership competencies
  • Be able to prioritize what to specifically focus on so that you can hit your goals
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Rachel Woodman, Career Coach and Mentor

Hi, I'm Rachel.

I live in Minneapolis-St. Paul and spend my days as a marketing director, career coach, and Executive MBA student.

With limited resources in my childhood and early career, I worked to overcome obstacles through sheer willpower.

It took me several years to recognize the career killing mistakes I was making, improve my brand, and begin getting the opportunities – and promotions – I wanted most.

I developed this business out of a passion to provide the guidance, and career development, I didn’t have early in my career so that others could spend less time hitting roadblocks and more time doing things that rock.

If you are looking for practical steps to establish yourself as a leader and take charge of your career then you’ve come to the right place.

There is a path out of feeling overwhelmed, undervalued, and unclear.