Career Warrior Podcast #288) Dealing with Conflict | How to Increase Your Promotability

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Today, I brought on Tessa White also known as the Job Doctor.

Tessa White is a former Fortune 50 executive and a 25-year human capital expert for fast-growth companies and mergers and acquisition strategies and is now the go-to career expert published in Forbes, Wall Street Times, Good Morning America, and USA Today. She also was recently named one of 2022’s top entrepreneurs to be inspired by in USA Today.

She is known to more than 1,000,000 TikTok and Instagram followers as “The Job Doctor,”and you can find her under both platforms under ​​@jobdoctortessa, which I’ll link within the description. 

Tessa heard the cry for help and has created a much-needed guidebook with The Unspoken Truths of Career Success (HarperCollins Leadership, 2/28/23) to teach how to avoid career layoffs and traps and achieve greater wealth speaking directly to the Millenial and Gen Z audience who are competing for jobs at a rate not seen since World War II.