As learning and development professionals, we invest so much time on others’ career development that we often neglect our own. Let's change that. Regardless of when your next appraisal is, make sure you’re setting yourself up for success.
Having sound wisdom from someone who has walked in your shoes and who can offer fresh, experienced perspective is key to aligning your career goals with your passion. For this reason, I choose to be that person for others.
Limiting beliefs often hold us back from change, from seeing opportunities, or from realizing the skills we possess and working to grow them.
Conferences and training tend to focus on adding knowledge, but in truth, learning doesn’t need to be a constant build. Sometimes, we need to go backward to truly move forward.
Thankfully, we live in a time where growth and development has never been easier and more cost-effective. We can’t stop investing in ourselves after high school, college or certification. Here are three ways to create a lasting model for development.
The prevailing approach to leadership today – and to business in general – is to focus on short-term performance rather than long-term results. This short-term focus means we’re often forced to be more transactional than strategic in our work.