5 Resources to Reach your Resolutions and Excel in Your Career
It's a new year, but is it time for a new career? January is consistently the most popular job-search month, with many professionals making resolutions to start a different role or join a new company. However, growing in or reinvigorating a career doesn’t always require a job change. Consider if resolutions like climbing the corporate ladder, excelling in your job or falling back in love with your role could be fulfilled using the following resources, rather than hitting the job boards to start from scratch:
A habit is a pattern of behavior, and when something negative is repeated over and over again, it not only impacts your attitude and behavior, but your relationships and overall health, too. While people may think making and/or breaking a habit is a lengthy process, some research insists it can be done in 7 days or in 7 consecutive attempts. Now is the time to leave these 8 bad habits behind.
We’ve all heard the saying, “work smarter, not harder,” but what does that mean and how do we do that? Whether you want to come up with more creative ideas, set and stick to deadlines, or get more done in a day, these strategies from some of the leading behavioral economists and academics can help.
At LaSalle Network, 70% of our executive team is women and 85% of the women on our management started in entry-level roles. As some of the best at their craft, our female leaders share how they’ve climbed the ladder, and how you can, too.
If you’ve tried all the strategies in the resources above and still aren’t convinced your role is right for you, let us help. View our open roles here.
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