How to… plan your career in 2006

Beagrie, Scott
December 2005
Personnel Today;12/13/2005, p31
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the ways to plan one's career. According to John Lees, career transition coach, one should seek advice from senior colleagues or a mentor to help create an action plan and clarify performance objectives. It needs to be ensured that one's work is always the best one can deliver. He also suggests that one should give thought to crossover skills that will secure one's job. It is essential to periodically revisit one's career plan to appraise what one has achieved.


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