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Target training new year - career resolutions

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Firstly, here’s wishing a very Happy New Year to all of you, from everyone at Target Training Associates.
The start of a fresh, brand new, twelve-month stretch of time is always exciting and full of hope. Like us, you may have made a few resolutions, whether it’s to get healthier or to give something up.

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Target training new year - career resolutions

  1. 1. New Year - Career Resolutions.Firstly, here’s wishing a very Happy New Year to all of you, from everyone at Target TrainingAssociates.The start of a fresh, brand new, twelve-month stretch of time is always exciting and full of hope.Like us, you may have made a few resolutions, whether it’s to get healthier or to give something up.Why not take the time to let your career benefit from all that New Year positivity? Here are a fewCareer Resolutions that you may like to think about:Set Goals – Think about what you want to get out of 2013 professionally. Then think about the mainsteps you need to take to get there. Aim high, then break your big goal down into manageablepieces and do what it takes to get there, one day at a time.Regularly Seek Inspiration – Start the New Year as you mean to go on by firing yourself up forsuccess. It is important to be honest with yourself about what makes you tick and to give yourselfplenty of it. Inspiration can be easier to find when looking at other people’s achievements, so don’thesitate to look at successful the work of colleagues, mentors and, of course, first-class trainers togive you that vital spark.Refresh Your Knowledge – In this fast-paced modern world, the requirements of a job can oftenchange quite rapidly. It is important to keep abreast of best practice and the most effectivetechniques. Embrace lifelong learning and take courses and qualifications which keep you at the topof your game.Ask For Support – It is a strength, not a weakness, to seek out advice from those who may knowbest. Don’t have all the right skills to truly fly in your role? Don’t flounder, speak to your manager orHR department about getting equipped with the necessary additional skills.Share Your Successes – If you achieve something great at work, or if you have a certain skill that willbenefit others, make sure you share the success. Passing on knowledge and always acknowledgingthose who have help created something positive is excellent career karma.Follow through with these simple Career Resolutions and the sky’s the limit for 2013!

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