The Politics of Promotion offers women the tools and guidance they need to successfully navigate the realities of their organization, emphasizing the need to understand office politics to get the promotions and recognition they deserve. It's a guide to help women get to the top and stay on top.
Heather Hansen O’Neill is an award-winning speaker and author who fires up organizations and corporations on leadership, team development, and change management. I recently spoke with Heather about cultivating relationships and she says it all starts with YOU. You say you can improve...
Be Politically Savvy
It takes both great performance and political savvy to get ahead. Not paying attention to what’s going on around you makes you vulnerable to being blindsided by politics.
The good news is that anyone can learn to be politically savvy. That’s why I created 5 tools in my political toolkit that with practice will help you successfully navigate a complex competitive workplace.Watch Now
The Politics Of Promotion
Many women focus on performance, thinking that good work garners promotion. Too often, they're left outside of the circles of power and influence where decisions are made that affect their careers.
The Politics of Promotion provides a framework for breaking into that circle, and taking control of one's own career path. Women will find that the insights in The Politics of Promotion that can help them get ahead and stay ahead.Buy Now
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The Politics of Promotion
Recently, Bonnie spoke and moderated a panel at a healthcare businesswomen event -- doing an outstanding job providing specific recommendations to women on advancing their career despite male "power circles" at the leadership level. After listening, you literally could leave the event and begin using her suggestions immediately. Even the men at the event took copious notes and thanked her for such a valuable presentation!— Gloria Stone
Director-at-Large, Northern NJ Chapter
Healthcare Businesswomens Association
From our first telephone conversation, I knew Bonnie would do an outstanding job she certainly lived up to our expectations. Bonnie’s presentation was insightful, engaging and most importantly made a lasting difference to our audience. Her talk on Owning Your Ambition was well received by our audience as many women in our audience have a difficult time of balancing ambition with the other traits that make women successful in the workplace. As the closing speaker for our Enterprising Women’s conference, Bonnie was on target and delivered. Thank you so much for the absolutely fantastic contribution you made at Enterprising Women.— Robert J. Viamari
Cape Business Publishing Group, LLC
Thank you for your inspiring and informative keynote session on The Politics of Promotion at our Women in Leadership Conference. You did such a wonderful job and we were thrilled to have you at the head of our line-up.— Christine Seiler
Marketing Instructor, Women in Business Leadership Faculty Advisor
Bowling Green State University
Attending a Bonnie Marcus talk is like watching a master class on presenting. Her warm and engaging style meld seamlessly with the importance and richness of her research. She knows what she is talking about and at the end of her presentation, so does her audience. A good teacher engages and imparts; that is what happens with Bonnie. One leaves enriched and educated from the experience. And her insights are NOT just for women.— Robert Selverstone, PhD.
During one of the first coaching sessions, Bonnie said, “why are you the lone ranger and not have more support” – it struck a chord. She was spot on with how I felt. Over our coaching sessions, we worked on building consensus in the organization around the strategy and tactics. Bonnie gave great advice on using simple words and phrases to continue to transform the perception of me and what I deliver. She made an impact on my performance in a short period of time.— Laura Comilla
Director Solutions Design & Value Creation
Bonnie Marcus just spoke at our Step Forward meeting and was fabulous! Her topic was Mastering the Art of Advocacy and Influence and she really delivered an impactful presentation that our employees are still talking about. Bonnie walked the audience through the steps of Self Promotion, Strategic Networking and Political Savvy. She also left us with 3 Key Points: 1. Knowing your value proposition is critical, 2. A strategic network helps you self-promote and build influence and 3. Navigating the system requires political savvy. Bonnie is a terrific speaker who delivers a motivating presentation.— Dorothy Kalksma
Marketing Communications Manager
Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA, Inc
Bonnie Marcus was a huge hit as the keynote at the Women's Leadership Summit where we featured her book as the framework for the entire conference. Her stories and examples and strategies ring true and inspired action. We look forward to working with her again.— Janet Wigfield
Vice President/Executive Director Conference + Events
Working Mother Media/Diversity Best Practices/NAFE
I was looking for a professional speaker who not only had credibility and intelligence, but a person who understood the issues that woman face in their career development throughout their lives. We hired Bonnie to speak to our members at Women in Housing and Finance in NYC and she more than delivered! I highly recommend Bonnie for your personal training or for group coaching. Her value proposition is clear within minutes of meeting her!— Kathleen Parisi
Bonnie Marcus is a captivating and inspirational speaker. I heard her presentation at the Bryant University Women's Leadership Conference in Rhode Island. Bonnie presents fascinating and unique material that is very meaningful to her audiences. She has a wonderful presentation style too. Every audience member appeared to be completely engaged and hanging on her every word. I highly recommend Bonnie Marcus for keynotes or other strategic speaking opportunities.— Sandra Long
Post Road Consulting LLC
I had the pleasure of attending Bonnie's recent session on "Owning your Ambition" at the Bryant University 2016 Women's Summit. In this talk, Bonnie offers succinct and research-based direction on career management skills, providing tremendous clarity on the many landmines in the working world. Bonnie, your message really resonated with me, and I hope you'll continue to be invited to share your research with other women.— Donna Sposato Williams
VP Global Industries/B2B Industries
Bank of America