There is new research from Carter Cast that provides insight into why talented people fail to get ahead. Nearly two-thirds of all leaders and managers will derail at some point in their career. That means getting fired, demoted, or perhaps worst of all, “plateaued” where one will never hit the expected level of achievement or performance.
In this Soundview Live webinar, you will get an inside look at why some people make it big while others, equally experienced, talented, and credentialed, fall by the wayside – all based on Carter’s personal experiences.
What You'll Learn:
- The five defining archetypes that express derailment traits that cut across gender, and every level of seniority, and that play out everywhere
- How these archetypes fail and succeed, and how to recognize blind spots that can lead to downfall
- How to improve self-understanding with new ways to take charge of your career
About the Speaker:
Carter Cast is a clinical professor at the Kellogg School of Management and also a venture partner at Pritzker Group Venture Capital. He was formerly the CEO of Walmart.com and prior to that, the founding chief marketing officer of Blue Nile, Inc. the leading seller of diamonds and jewelry on the Internet. Carter teaches entrepreneurship at Kellogg and has received the Faculty Impact Award by his students each year from 2012-2017. In his role as a venture capitalist, Carter potential investments and advises portfolio companies.
Carter sits on the board of Kellogg Company, SMS Assist and the Family Action Network. He is also the author of a new book, The Right (and Wrong) Stuff: How Brilliant Careers are Made – and Unmade, which will be released by PublicAffairs, a division of Hachette Book Group. Carter has a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.