It is almost as if your current employer knows that you are being courted by one of the nation’s top executive recruiting firms.
In the last week, you had three unexpected things happen at your job, a place where you have been a project manager for the last six years. On Monday the Chief Technical Office called and left a message in your inbox, thanking you for all of the extra time and the trip you took to help close a deal in Spokane. The CTO indicated that even though this customer was far outside of the area that you typically support, you went out of your way to answer the customer’s questions, ultimately leading to the signing of a very large deal.
On Wednesday the quarterly reports were posted and you some how moved to the third spot on the list of the top performing project ma