How to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Promotion

Mimi Brent, Head of Global Career Development at GM gives advice on how to increase your chances of getting a promotion, including striving for excellence every day and pushing yourself beyond your comfort zone.


About Mimi Brent

Mimi is an expert and proven leader in global learning, talent development and global communications. She excels at strategy and has led multiple global teams to launch innovative, large-scale global learning and HR solutions. As head of GM’s Global Career Development team, Mimi:

Led the design, development and launch of multiple corporate-wide career development initiatives for over 80,000 global salaried employees resulting in increased employee mobility and engagement.

Internally developed and deployed a career development portal with multimedia resources (including mentoring) to engage employees and leaders in active career discussions.

Launched a global communication strategy resulting in increased monthly usage of career resources.

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