To create an effective and realistic career plan, you should first understand what you want at the end of this process. Knowing what you want begins with knowing yourself. Click here to view available self-assessments.
There is no one ‘right’ career path. You can progress within your own area of expertise from entry level to more advanced roles. This type of progression is called a “ladder,” which is a traditional way of viewing career progression.
Many of you will progress through lateral moves, including cross-functional assignments and other role changes. This approach will result in a career that ultimately looks like a “lattice.”
Career planning no longer has to be frustrating or complicated with the help of templates and self-assessments it is easy to get started.
Before you making a career choice, it is important to learn about yourself: your values, interests and skills, in combination with certain personality traits. There are several steps that will help you drive your career progression and ways to take you where you inspire to be professionally.
- Start by doing a self-assessment
- Explore options
- Create a Individual Development plan
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