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Achieve Career Success with GEM™ Online

Personal limitations can inhibit your career advancement. But when you understand and leverage your 5% Zone, it will propel you towards achieving breakthroughs in your career and increasing your chances of getting promoted..

Learn more about your 5% Zone, and other essential workplace insights and tools, through GEM™ (Global Executive Mindset) Online — a pioneering comprehensive program that’s specifically designed to fast-track your career by taking you from good to GREAT!

GEM™ Online is power-packed with 10 videos, worksheets and skill practice videos (which include our feedback!). What’s more, this program includes a FREE 1-hour coaching session with a qualified career coach, where you can receive personalized advice and tips to boost your career growth and success.

Module One

Introduction to the Global Executive Mindset

Module Two

Foundational Concepts to Getting Noticed

Module Three

Connecting Personally

Module Four

Articulating Your POV Clearly

Module Five

Communicating Confidently

Module Six

Building Trust

Module Seven

Providing Direct Feedback

Module Eight

Taking Ownership

Module Nine

Coaching and Recognizing

Module Ten

Success Strategies

Companies who have benefited from GEM™ online

Stephen’s professional career spans over 25 years in Fortune 500 companies, such as PepsiCo Restaurants International and Motorola. He also played pivotal roles as the Chief Learning Officer of Starbucks Coffee Company, and the Vice President of YUM University and Global Learning. He is also the author of five insightful and inspirational books, including his latest “You’re Hired – Now What Do You Do?”, the ultimate playbook to learning the rules and winning in any organization.

STEPHEN KREMPL
Fortune 500
prior Chief Learning Officer