Evaluate Your Visibility

Learn how to increase your profile across the organization and among higher levels of management by standing out and getting noticed.

There are countless ways for you to enhance your visibility, to stand out and get noticed, and to have others recognize you. Don’t wait for your comfort level to improve, or until your next promotion. Be proactive and speak up on behalf of your work!

Being an advocate for yourself does not come naturally for many people. Fortunately, it is a skill that can be learned by taking advantage of executive coaching opportunities.

Joel Garfinkle is an expert in the field of business consulting and business coaching. He created the below assessment to help you determine how you can improve your visibility at work. This assessment provides you with the top ten areas you must emphasize to be visible. As you go through each, notice which ones you are strong at and which ones you need to improve upon.

After completing the assessment, Joel will personally review your level of visibility readiness and respond with tips to increase your career advancement opportunities. With Joel’s executive coaching program, Joel will provide you with the tools to increase your visibility and leverage it for your benefit in the workplace.

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  • Rate yourself from 1 to 5 in the following categories:
    • If the left side closely describes you, select a lower number.
    • If the right side closely describes you, select a higher number.
    • If you fall in between 1 and 5, choose one of the middle numbers.
  • You involve yourself in high-profile projects so your name comes up frequently (and positively) in discussions at the top levels of the company.
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  • People know they can count on you to accomplish even the toughest assignments.
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  • You're able to find opportunities to add value to any project or interactions that you currently have.
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  • You provide suggestions to your manager on how you can contribute more so others increase their awareness of you.
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  • You sway decisions to your desired state because when you speak, people listen to what you have to say.
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  • Your boss actively shares all the important areas you are working on, the successes you are having, and the overall impact you are having on the department to his/her boss.
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  • Whenever you do something positive, above and beyond expectations, solve problems or provide top-notch service, you’ve encouraged your clients, customers or vendors to tell your superiors about it.
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  • You've become visible to the key decision-makers in your organization.
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  • You have gained exposure to other business units besides your own and have made others understand the value you bring.
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  • People know they can count on you to accomplish even the toughest assignments.
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  • Submit this form to get a response with personal and executive coaching tips from Joel Garfinkle, one of the top personal leadership coaches in the nation. Joel will review your level of influence readiness and personally respond with suggestions to help you exert your influence right now.
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