The promise of a New Year makes a lot of us take stock of past accomplishments and challenges to identify our goals for the upcoming year. Because it is a fresh start after all! Or is it really? Old habits die hard. As a result, most New Year Resolutions will be broken by the 15th of this month.
For one thing, resolutions are not a wish list. In other words, you have to work for lasting change. How can you get to the place you want to be in 12 months time? Only with clearly set goals and a compelling vision, as Tony Robbins phrases it.
Are you looking for change? Or is change looking for you?
In the meantime, change is happening if you are ready or not. In order to succeed in today’s rapidly moving world, you have to constantly develop yourself. How will you take charge of this process?
“The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence—it is to act with yesterday’s logic.” —Peter Drucker
Are you looking to improve your skills? Progress in a new position? Or grow by gaining a new perspective on yourself in your current job? Get started with the following articles about how to identify and prepare your professional transition.
Is your current job totally wrong for you? Find answers about your job preferences and personal brand with the following career quizzes and personality tests.
Already decided that it is time for your next step? Then add to your interview preparation the reflection of your reasons for resigning. This article for example discusses 9 reasons for leaving hiring managers will understand.
Are you seeking an intellectual challenge? Or a way to give back in the form of a side career? Here are three strategies business professionals can follow to position themselves for an adjunct professorship, whether their goal is a part-time side project, or a potential career to step into post-retirement.
Shaped by technology, new advances and alternative ways of thinking; consequently the way we learn is changing. An international teaching provider pulled highlights from the report ‘Trends in Learning 2018’ by the Open University to show how learning has evolved. And more importantly, to include 5 trends that will transform the way we learn in 2019.
Wall Street veteran Carla Harris learned early in her career the key to actually getting ahead. As a matter of fact, it is to get a sponsor. A person who will speak on your behalf in the top-level, closed-door meetings you’re not invited to (yet). Learn how to identify and develop a productive sponsor relationship in this candid, powerful talk.
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