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The bright side of the Great Resignation: You now have a better chance to be promoted at work

The bright side of the Great Resignation: You now have a better chance to be promoted at work

People hoping to break into the upper ranks of management often lament that it’s a revolving door of the same old candidates. Here’s how aspiring executives can do it, and how upper management and company boards can identify promising talent. Top talent are siloed away in their specialties, with little opportunity to build general management skills across the organization.