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How to advance in your career

Have a long-term career plan

Some people know what sort of work they want to do from an early age. Others don’t decide until much later. However, it’s always a good idea to think about which direction you want to go in. Do you want to become a consultant? Is your goal to be a specialist in a technical field? Do you see yourself as a leader? Are you inclined to be a freelancer? Would you like to start your own company? Perhaps you aren’t quite yet sure what you want to do. Nonetheless, you can still consider your career goals and take steps in the right direction.

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How to make the most of your professional network

Building your professional network is one of the best things you can do to advance your career. There’s nothing complicated about it. Networking just means staying in touch with people because it’s useful for your career and for theirs. Even if you are fairly new to the world of work, you probably already have some type of network. They could be friends and people you went to school or college with. You need to build your professional network in the same way and learn how to use it effectively.

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Three easy ways to start conversations at work

Many people lack social confidence and don’t want to start a conversation with strangers. Build your confidence and learn to make the first move. Start conversations, rather than waiting for someone to talk to you.

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How to review your own performance at work

In most companies, your manager will review your performance on a regular basis. However, you can also conduct your own performance review of yourself. After all, it means you’re talking to someone who has your best interests at heart and with whom you can be completely honest!

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Why it’s important to observe people

It’s important to understand the dynamics of conversations and meetings. In other words, how people relate to one another and the way their moods and feelings affect how they get along.

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