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Career Planning

When you decide to take your next career step, write out your personal and professional goals to see if they align. The following questions can help you clarify your objectives:

  • Which direction do I want my career to take next; do I seek greater technical or managerial challenges most?
  • Are my talents and personality traits being fully utilized in my current role?
  • Are continuing education and training high priorities for me?
  • Is the culture of the business important to me?
  • Do I want to be a big fish in a small sea or a small fish in a big sea?
  • Am I driven most by what I am good at, what I enjoy most, or what pays me the most?

After you have answered these questions, you are on the road to understanding your preferred future career direction. Now take the following next steps:

  • Career management. Take control of your career by taking positive steps to achieve your preferred direction.
  • Support. Be sure that your family endorses your choices. You'll be able to move faster when an offer is tendered.
  • Networking. Your career network should include friends, current and former colleagues, vendors, industry contacts, consultants, teachers and classmates. Take advantage of their support, firstly as valued mentors and then as sources to find that great new role.
  • Skills. Make sure your skills are up-to-date. In today's constantly changing economic and technical environment, are you staying abreast of your industry and gaining the skills not only to survive but thrive?

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