Developing alternatives & strategies

Michno, Dorothy
January 1997
Career World;Jan1997, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p28
Part IV. Provides tips on how to develop strategies and alternatives for career achievement. Determination of interests and needs; Taking note of all career possibilities; Review of all pros and cons; Prioritization of all remaining possibilities; Writing of top two alternatives as goals; Path to goal attainment. INSET: Make your own plan A and plan B..


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