Do You Know How to Keep Your Name Off the Layoff List? It's Not Just About Your Expertise

In spite of the continued layoffs, there are some professionals whose names will never be on the layoff list. These are the people whose management would keep them until the very last minute. These people just seem to know what to say and do to garner admiration, attention and more importantly rewards from their management. They were not just born that smart. Along the way they received some help. They exhibit positive behaviors that make their management glad that they are on the job. When these top professionals make mistakes, they know how to bounce back. They understand that everyone makes mistakes, it is how they handle the mistake that separates them from the pack. Meloni Coaching Solutions, Inc. is now offering two products to give professionals the tips they need to be the keep their names off the layoff list.

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People who develop strong professional relationships are the people who move forward. These are also the people who employers will hang on to for as long as possible. Think about it, when all other elements are equal, don't you choose co-workers who you trust and admire?

Long Beach, California (PRWEB) July 1, 2009

As job cuts continue there are some employees who have a very low risk of ever making the layoff list. These are the people whose management would keep them until the very last minute. These are the people who are worth their weight in gold. They are not only excellent at the technical or hard skills aspects of their jobs they also know what to say and do to garner admiration, attention and more importantly rewards from their management. Maybe they were just born smart, but most likely they received help along the way. Meloni Coaching Solutions, Inc., is now offering help to professionals in the form of "Managing Up" and "Recovering from Damaging Situations"; at http://www.margaretmeloni.com/managingup.html.

"People who develop strong professional relationships are the people who move forward. These are also the people who employers will hang on to for as long as possible. Think about it, when all other elements are equal, don't you choose co-workers who you trust and admire?" said Margaret Meloni, President of Meloni Coaching Solutions, Inc. "Part of these people's success is about becoming the professional others want on their teams and how to bounce back when they make mistakes. Every one of us is going to have an 'oops at the office', it is how we behave after that 'oops' that defines us as professionals."

There are seven behaviors that successful people consistently exhibit that make their management glad that they are on the job. These are behaviors that all professionals can learn and adopt in a way that fits their professional persona:

  • Putting others first without becoming a martyr
  • Communicating appropriately
  • Setting the right priorities at the right time
  • Building strategic relationships
  • Maintaining right level of independence
  • Setting clear boundaries
  • Showing compassion towards others
When these valued professionals make a mistake, the know how to pick themselves up and dust themselves off. They learn from their mistakes, but they do not let their mistakes drag them down. They know how to take control of the situation and keep moving.

"Managing Up" and "Recovering from Damaging Situations" are both fully downloadable products which include a 40 minute audio presentation and a 20 page eBook. For more information, go to http://www.margaretmeloni.com/order_mu_rfds.html.

About Meloni Coaching Solutions, Inc. (http://www.MargaretMeloni.com)

Founded in 2006 by Margaret Meloni, Meloni Coaching Solutions, Inc. is a company devoted to helping professionals become free from the work related conflict that prevents them from having good working relationships and impacts the quality of their personal lives.
Margaret Meloni's vision is to be instrumental in the development of individuals who are at peace with their authentic selves; people who show others that it is OK to be human at work; who brings -- and values -- humanity to the office and thrives because of it; to create a world where peace and business co-exist.

By bringing individuals and groups to a place of peace -- reconciling conflict in an honorable way -- they in turn bring peace to others.
You can learn more about Margaret Meloni and Meloni Coaching Solutions, Inc. at http://www.MargaretMeloni.com.

CONTACT: Margaret Meloni at (866) 639-0487
5318 East Second Street #413
Long Beach, CA 90803
info(at)MargaretMeloni.com
http://www.margaretmeloni.com

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