Being Promoted to Chief Technology Officer
While growing up, children often receive encouragement from their parents to aim high and aspire to great achievements in their future. Many kids follow this advice by pursuing a college education and, upon graduation, securing employment with the intention of advancing within their chosen company. College education equips individuals with a foundation of knowledge, while the company they work for provides opportunities for further learning and growth. However, climbing the corporate ladder to the extent of overseeing multiple departments within a company requires time and experience. This situation can be likened to being a business owner, where one has complete ownership and responsibility for the entire company.
In the case of Chris Johnson, his promotion to Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Scentsy led him to contemplate the most effective approach for preparing himself for his new role. In order to expedite his learning process, he proactively sought assistance from his professional connections in the consulting industry.