You are good at the job, perform well, often even better than your colleagues - but hardly anyone seems to notice and the rise remains. One possible problem: you are a professional being low-key. Your own achievements are not mentioned or talked small, you are not pushing in the center and are not looking for the big stage. Unfortunately, in the job, low-key employees are often overlooked and even outdated by mediocre colleagues who stir the drumstick. We explain why being low-key will have a hard time and what the humble ones can do to escape the consequences of being low-key.