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Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
Create Your Yearly Success Plan
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Create Your Yearly Success Plan

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With a little bit of planning you can improve both your professional and personal results compared to last year. …

With a little bit of planning you can improve both your professional and personal results compared to last year.

Here are some quick, helpful tips to get you started.

Mark Swartz - CareerActivist.com
Monster.ca's National Career Coach

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  • 1. Create Your <br />Success Plan <br />For 2011<br />Mark Swartz, Monster.ca Career Coach<br />
  • 2. 1. REVIEW 2010 ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND ACTIVITIES <br />What did you do well? <br />Which of your achievements are you especially proud of?<br />In what ways did you exceed your own expectations?<br />How did you achieve your goals? <br />What were the methods you used to help you?<br />Were there certain tools, skills, knowledge, courses used?<br />Where was there room for improvement?<br />Figure out why and how you didn’t meet expectations<br /> Think about how to apply your learnings from above <br />2<br />
  • 3. 2. INCLUDE YOUR PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL GOALS<br />Align your professional goals with your workplace<br />Find out the key objectives of your boss and employer<br />Make sure your own activities help fulfil these objectives<br />Include your “after work” objectives as well<br />Look after your personal and social needs too<br />Set goals regarding your health, family, social life <br />Get financial advice that contributes to your security <br />3<br />
  • 4. 3. CREATE AN ACTUAL PLAN FOR SUCCESS<br />Set achievable goals and diarize them <br />Break each goal into manageable steps<br />Add these steps to your daily planner (e.g. Outlook, diary)<br />Include target dates and any resources needed<br />Adjust the plan based on changing circumstances<br />At least once a month review your plan and make changes as needed<br />Track your goals and reward yourself regularly in small ways <br />4<br />
  • 5. Need More Career Advice?<br />Read more about this topic here:<br />Career Renovations@Monster.ca<br />This SlideShare content edited by Mark SwartzMBA, M.Ed., Monster.ca National Career Coach, author of the best-seller “Get Wired, You’re Hired!”<br />For all things career advice, go to:<br />http://career-advice.monster.ca <br />

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