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Personal development and having a growth mindset has long been in my top personal core values. I can’t help but find the learning opportunities anywhere I look.
We live in a day and age where burnout is expected. The average employee’s tenure with a company is less than 5 years (and falling). Intentionally focusing on all types of growth is a must.
Your personal growth gives you transferable soft skills that are in high demand across jobs and industries. And, let’s be honest, isn’t it just fun to learn new things?!
I believe that looking at personal and professional development together is essential when looking at development goals for work. Many companies recognize this and include development goals in annual reviews and employee recognition.
Self development and life goals all tie together to ensure that continuing professional development includes personal growth.
The gas gauge flashed. 9 miles to empty. 9 miles to empty?! How did that happen? Wasn’t it just 35 miles? Oh, right. That had been three days ago, and I had repeatedly put off filling the tank. I recently returned from a business trip, and had been late to one thing after another since …
How does your introversion or extroversion affect your actions and interactions in various groups? Do you even know whether you’re an introvert or extrovert? Knowing and using your personality type to manage your environment is a game changer when it comes to stress levels, personal satisfaction and your energy. Last fall, I attended a fairly …