In an ideal workplace, every employee should feel psychologically safe enough to approach their boss for assistance. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Either way, challenges can arise when seeking help from your superiors, which is why we developed, “When to Ask Your Boss for Help.”
“When to Ask Your Boss for Help” is an online course designed to help you effectively seek and gain the assistance you need (check out What’s New to find out how to access this course FREE for 30 days!).
As a preview, here are five tips for seeking assistance more effectively.
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Bright Places has a variety of online courses available in our new Learning Management System. We are continuously adding new material to help you succeed in Leading Self, Leading Others, and Leading Your Business. Check it out!
Featuring “Exit Planned”, a course designed to help those who are considering opening their own business. This course has been carefully crafted into three dynamic parts that will empower you and provide practical tools to help you excel in your business and life. Your Program Includes:
1. Six coaching sessions
2. Pre-Session learning modules
3.. Resourceful videos, including interviews and tips.
4. Your Exit Planned Roadmap Checklist
5. Your Exit Plan Sample
6. Your Actual Exit Plan
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