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Part 1: Introduction > Moving Your Career Forward

Chapter 2. Moving Your Career Forward

If you read the first chapter of this book or pay even moderate attention to your local newspaper, you know that the workplace is all about change. So it’s a safe bet that your job will change in the near future—slightly, maybe dramatically.

In some cases, old job titles, roles, and practices simply are being replaced by new ones. In other situations, practitioners are being asked to redefine an old role or practice to align it with current needs, And practitioners are taking on new roles, functions, and practices as needs arise. In such an environment, you have every reason to be nervous and apprehensive about where all the change will lead, but it’s a mistake to assume that the outcomes will not be positive. Your years of experience are highly valued in this new economy, and the good news is that your own career has every opportunity to grow and flourish. Let’s look at just a few of the assets you bring to the table as a seasoned professional.


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