Thursday, April 14, 2011

What Separates the Extremely Successful from the Pack?

Marcie Schorr Hirsch recently posted on this topic for the Harvard Business Review blog. Below is a short excerpt:

Most people dream of succeeding. What success means is highly personal, but as a veteran career coach, I can honestly say that no one has ever come to see me with a goal of anything but success. The vast majority of my clients want "extreme success" — that is, a career that advances them to the most senior echelon of an organization. Obviously there are more people aspiring to those top slots than there are opportunities. Some individuals will make it; many won't. . .

For the complete article, visit the Harvard Business Review.