If you can't see the light at the end of the tunnel,
Change your viewpoint,
Change your viewpoint,
It is important to celebrate your milestones and the progress you are making on your goals. Use the beginning of the year or anniversaries to pause and recognize growth.
I'm excited to share the anniversary of when I opened my coaching business and blog. Stepping out on my own was a big move. I'm excited by my progress, and look forward to the coming year's development. I've enjoyed helping clients, meeting new people, and sharing tips and tools to your facilitate success.
Based on the topics most often visited in my resource pages and blog posts, visitors like you are exploring career transitions and interested in telling their story clearly in the interview, resume, online, and while networking.
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The start of a new year is always a good time to make plans. Here are a few suggestions for New Year's Resolutions for the career minded. We would also love to hear about any resolutions that you have personally set. Submit your comments through our blog.
Planning for your own professional performance development.
A big change for everyone is that companies don't spend as much money on training as they once did. Even if they offer training, it is based on their needs for today. Each person needs to take responsibility for their own personal performance development plan. Set your goals for 2018.
Understanding functional and industry skills
If you already understand the changing nature of your field, map out the skills and knowledge you need to build. If you are unsure of what the future holds ...
As a candidate, you still have work to do, but several trends in the recruiting world will work in your favor. CareerXRoads recently listed two of the the three trends impacting Talent Acquisition as a heightened focus on relationships and candidate experience.
Throughout my career, I've point to referrals and networking as key sources of candidates for employers. CareerXRoads shows that these are increasingly being used by companies. It is therefore important for a candidate to build a network that overlaps with his or her targeted companies.
Julie L. Bartimus,