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10 professional development strategy
weoDate: Monday, 2012-01-16, 9:13 AM | Message # 1
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In modern times, you are the one who holds the future of his career. So, make sure that you are moving in the right direction and wisdom on career paths.
Let's start with the following 10 strategies:

1. Talk to your boss

Sit down and talk honestly with your boss about your future in the company. Emphasize that you want your work towards the goals of the company. Share your own career goals with your boss. They will appreciate your confidence and your growth.

2. Request more jobs

Voluntary help other departments or teams, or simply ask to be assigned another task. It is a way to enhance value, polish your brand within the organization. The zeal in their work shows that you genuinely desire success and desire for your particular room and the company in general.

3. Voluntarily join the advisory board

If you have outlined plans to develop a clear career and current position does not make you satisfied. Be actively seeking opportunities to express themselves, especially involved in the advisory board. It is the best place to build your reputation as a passionate and devoted to for their career.

4. Honed communication skills

Good communication skills play an important role in accounting for the respect of your boss and colleagues. In addition, it also helps you attract the attention of people outside the company but influential in professional societies, which will open new opportunities for you. So, always be friendly style, open and relaxed and let people know how to listen and learn how to speak clearly and effectively.

5. Innovation does not stop

Do not hesitate to release the most outlandish ideas and applying the sensitivity of your professional practice. First of all issues, always looking for creative solutions to both names can be polished, has helped create iconic boss.

6. Find a predecessor adviser

Building relationships both outside and inside the company. Recent studies show that four in five employees are promoted by the influence of a mentor in the company dignitaries. The adviser is also a rich source of information about careers and valuable because they accumulate a lot of experience in the work process.

7. Marketing yourself

Learning the art polish itself. If you have some remarkable success, remember to make sure everyone knows about it - especially those in key positions can help further their careers. Let everyone know that you would like to advance in your career and fully deserves it.

8. Continuous learning

Want to have a solid step forward in your career, you must not stop to load the new knowledge. Always a pioneer in understanding the trends and levels of development of the professions. Also, be sure to constantly update your current recreate it to reflect the skills you have.

9. Building relationships

Build and strengthen your network of contacts by joining professional groups in the Assembly, meeting both professional and volunteer activities. The more people who know the strengths and abilities, you will have more opportunities come to you.

10. Building a reputation

Reputation is the most precious thing you have. Let yourself be known as a reliable working, professional and easy to cooperate with the behavior and dress professionally. Makes people remember your name by regularly attending meetings, speaking up or writing for journals.

I wish you success!
 
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