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Direct Your Career

Direct Your Career

One characteristic of successful professionals is the continuous and directed management of their career pathways, which requires assessing current positions and future directions, determining goals, and identifying ways to reach them. Because shifts in personal circumstances, organizational priorities, and the marketplace may call for voluntary or involuntary career moves, or because unexpected opportunities may arise, being prepared to make a change by knowing your capabilities and goals and by understanding how to market yourself is critical. The ability to control your professional progress enhances the effectiveness and efficiency of your career transitions. Directing your career also enhances and expands your employability.

These uncertain and challenging economic times as well as the issues and changes facing training and learning professionals make it more essential than ever to know how and where to position yourself for your next targeted career move. Directing your professional path includes thinking about “what ifs” and ensuring that you have the appropriate job search or marketing tools and resources.


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