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Mistake #15 Failing to connect your ability to solve problems with credibility (1) identify an organizational problem or opportunity (2) gather information which includes: consulting others, assessing trends and reviewing facts/data (3) once your fact- finding mission is complete, confidently present your solution | Fairygodboss
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By the way, the applause emoji showed up as question marks Susan.
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Spot on Susan ????
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Yes, how you present your recommendations is often more important than what they are about, especially in a politicized work environment -- are there any that aren't? I've learned the key to success is doing your homework and having a well-prepared and thought-out solution that's well-given, AND presenting it to the person who owns the problem within the company. All to often I've seen good ideas become shelfware because they have no sponsors. As part of your research, find the person who will champion your idea and learn what will grab their attention, then use that to get your idea across the finish line.
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