Carter Cast is a business professor at Northwestern University and author of the award-winning book, The Right (and Wrong) Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made — and Unmade. Business Insider called it "one of 17 must-read books for 2018." Also a venture partner at Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Cast has played pivotal roles are some of the most iconic consumer brands including Walmart.com, PepsiCo and Frito-Lay.
In this episode, Audrey, Lee and Carter discuss:
- Why good people sometimes sabotage their own career.
- The five archetypes of career sabotage.
- The need for self-awareness.
- Getting in the habit of asking for feedback, and how that helps you.
- How to co-exist and compete with a disruptive, large company such as Amazon.
- How ego can lead to a career reboot.
- How adaptation to your company can increase collaboration.
- What you don't know can hurt you, identify your weak skills.
- What helped you succeed in the past may not help you in your current role.
"[The problems start when] they start to think they have the answers and stop listening to the people who actually have the answers." — Carter Cast
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