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.
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Test Your Political Savvy
Although being savvy about office politics is important for both genders, unconscious bias and stereotypes create special challenges for women. It's the reality of the workplace.
Learning to navigate and overcome these challenges is the key to professional recognition for women, fostering relationships that reach far beyond the next evaluation. Are you poised to play politics and get ahead? Take this quiz to find out.Learn More
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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GPS Your Career
Bonnie Marcus presented a workshop on becoming organizationally savvy and tools for presenting your value in an effective fashion. Her workshop was very well received and the attendees thought that she was knowledgeable, well-prepared, responsive to participants' questions and able to hold their interest. Her own career experiences and those of others she has coached provides wonderful learning examples that the audience could connect with. The workshop was led very well as she has excellent listening skills and was very capable integrating participant's comments into a productive and rewarding discussion.— Alexandra Glucksmann
SVP of Cerulean Pharma
Board Chair of Women Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology (WEST)
Thanks very much Bonnie for your presentation on Navigating Through the Workplace: How High Achieving Women Get Ahead and Stay Ahead. I thought this was one of the best HBA presentations that I’ve been to. It was filled with pragmatic information for HBA members, in line with the HBA mission, and presented in an engaging, direct manner. Great content and all valid. If only I had this kind of input as I was ‘growing up’ in my career! Well done.— Anita Allen
Allen Advisory Group
Bonnie recently led a workshop on the topic Leadership in Diverse Organizations at the 2015 Nutrition Leadership Network conference. Her presentation: "Look Out Before You Lean In: Managing Diversity in the Workplace Today” was a highlight of the conference. The process that Bonnie has developed really helped us to individually uncover the challenges that we face. She led us through a series of questions that elicited insightful feedback from our small groups. When we revealed current leadership issues in the large group I was blown away by her comments and how she encouraged us to take action, suggesting very concrete next steps. Bonnie is an invaluable resource. I would highly recommend her process for any group working on leadership issues.— Barbara Laraia, PhD
Association Professor, Chair of the Public Health Nutrition Program
University of California, Berkeley
Bonnie Marcus has delivered this program (Selling from Your Comfort Zone) a number of times to our students and graduate coaches to rave reviews. Her style is engaging and her content very practical. In recognizing that coaches are selling themselves as well as a service, the various tools, techniques and skills that Bonnie teaches helps to make this feel seamless. Her delivery is experiential and people come away with a much clearer sense of key strategies to enable their success.— Bill Sex
New England Coaching
Bonnie picks the really hot topics for her show and is a thoughtful and engaging interviewer. I've been on twice and much enjoyed the experience.— Alison Maitland
Co-author of Future Work and Why Women Mean Business
I had a wonderful conversation with Bonnie Marcus on the topic of workplace flexibility for her radio program, GPS Your Career. Through her professional coaching practice she has not only helped guide women to reach their professional goals, but heard first-hand from them on the ongoing challenges they face at the office and beyond. It is this thorough understanding of the issues at hand that serves a catalyst for highly informative and relevant discussions between Bonnie and her guests for anyone who listens to this show.— Allison O’Kelly
Founder and CEO
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Bonnie Marcus on her program, GPS Your Career. She conducted one of the most thoughtfully organized interviews I’ve ever participated in, loaded with insightful questions that clearly demonstrate her expert knowledge of the coaching field. Even though that was our first conversation, it felt like I was chatting with a trusted colleague and friend who shares my coaching philosophy and passion for helping clients define and achieve their objective. I’m looking forward to finding a way to work with her in the future.— Allison Rimm
I was interviewed by Bonnie Marcus on her radio show, GPS Your Career, A Woman’s Guide to Success. Bonnie provides excellent content for women leaders, speakers, entrepreneurs, and business owners to help them navigate to success. All business professionals should write a book that sets them apart as an expert in their field. Because of Bonnie’s impressive interview skills, I was able to shine a light on how my process helps people quickly organize their content and write their books. It was a pleasure being a guest on Bonnie’s show.— Ann McIndoo
CEO & Founder of So, You Want To Write!
Bonnie provided a much needed, clear-eyed perspective on my current leadership challenges, and gave me sound advice on how to think them through. Working with her was both productive and instructive. She understands the gendered aspect of leadership, which was also very helpful. I highly recommend her.— Anne Weisberg
Families and Work Institute
I took Bonnie's GPS Career Group Coaching Program in January 2012 and the benefits I received were inspiring. My one big take-away from this program was that connecting with my true value and identifying my "uniqueness" ultimately helped me gain self-confidence and success. I would highly recommend Bonnie's courses if you are interested in identifying your unique strengths, the qualities that you bring to the table and how you can better leverage this in your career.— Antoinette Cialdella
Bonnie Marcus opened my mind to a new way to look at presenting myself to clients with my "Value Proposition." I was one of the fortunate four to be chosen to receive a one on one coaching session in front of the Five Hundred participants in one of Bonnie's seminars at the Baypath Leadership Conference. I now have a new and different approach to presenting myself to clients. I am putting more emphasis on my past accomplishments in brochures and information to my prospective clients. I have had wonderful success with this new approach with new and better projects.Thank you so very much for having given me this tool!— Bryarly Lehmann
BRYARLY CONSULTING LLC
Bonnie is a very professional and knowledgeable business coach. She is very good at showing that there is more than one way to get a job done. Bonnie has positive energy and approaches her work with an experienced accomplishment. She is very organized and approaches her business life with a calm efficiency that instills confidence in her clients. Bonnie is widely respected in her community and by her peers.— Caroline Taylor
Real Estate Professional