Tag: Career management

Changing your career direction

Do you want to make a career change, but are afraid to take the leap or unsure of where to start? Here are some strategies you can use to make the change.

Positioning yourself for a promotion

There is a big gap between the acknowledgement of good, solid work and being the logical choice for a promotion. The best way to examine this is by looking at what might that gap include.


Figuring out your career goals

Do you have a long-term career plan? It can be fairly straightforward to say that in five years you want to be a Director at an International Company. Or that in two years you want to be earning 20% more in salary. However achieving these goals without a plan may not be as easy.

Finding your value in the career world

Opportunities are available for people who fit the requirements and market themselves effectively. Find out how to build a more secure and fulfilling career by finding your value.

10 Reasons to invest in your career

Not investing in yourself is like floating down a fast river without a paddle, map or knowledge of what's around the next bend. Things may go fine for a while, but at some point, you're going to realize you made a giant mistake.

Tools to thrive at work

Are you stressed by work? Whether you work for a small start-up or a large corporation, you are bound to encounter unexpected changes, complex relationships, and challenging demands from time to time. Rather than let these situations increase your stress levels, you can develop skills to respond and thrive at work.

Career management

Your career is a journey. It requires constant check-ins and changes in direction along the way. Knowing how to navigate these changes and take advantage of opportunities to accelerate your career will ultimately set you up for success.

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