Eight Questions to Make Sure You’re on Track for Career Success
Great careers are like gardens; they are cultivated and carefully tended. Like a garden, success takes work! And like a garden, the best careers can bear some wonderful fruit.
The process of tending to the garden of your career should have (in no small part) an awareness of where you are and where you are going. You have probably heard the saying “you don’t know where you are going unless you know where you have been.” It may sound trite, but when it comes to your career, it is the absolute truth!
Knowing your career trajectory is one thing, but there is something else even more vital to your future prospects. You need to be prepared! Preparation is essential, since few have the luxury of knowing when the next great opportunity will present itself.
Eight questions to ask for tracking your progress toward career success, from a recent post on Monster.com by Senior Editor Charles Purdy:
A successful career is built over a lifetime. Your goal can’t be merely finding a job and then, in performance-review lingo, “meeting expectations.” In a tumultuous employment landscape where most people have numerous jobs in a career, and many people have multiple careers in a lifetime, we all need to assess ourselves frequently to make sure we’re on the road to success.
Whether you’re looking for work or currently employed, this list of questions, supplied by leading career experts, will help you keep your career on track.
Read the entire post at Monster.com…