Want to Change Career Paths? Here’s How to Make a Pivot
Many of us start at our first job out of college thinking it will set us up for the rest of our career. And stepping off that path seems like a huge risk. When you’re on a straight and narrow career path, it’s easy to panic if you want to make a change.
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Are You Committing These 7 Silent Career Killers at Your Job?
Might you be committing a silent career killer act at your job? If you are a hard-working savvy employee and still not getting the advancement that you have rightfully earned, you might be harming your career in silence. Nobody is going to tap you on the shoulder and tell you that but you can prevent these little-known silent career killers and protect your career and reputation.
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Naturejobs podcast: Planning your time and your goals
Time planning and goal setting can make your work and career planning more efficient, as well as help you prioritise what it is you love to do.
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Mindfulness meditation can boost your career and help you get a job
Like yoga before it, mindfulness is the latest eastern practice to go thoroughly mainstream in the west. Classes are offered by the NHS for mental wellbeing and schools are teaching it to help pupils stay calm and focus on their studies. So what can it offer the workplace and can it help your career?
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Workers are looking – and leaving – for career development
Prospective employees see career development as among the most important reasons to sign with —and stay with — with your organization. And, while you may think you are offering top-notch learning and development programs, they don’t think you are doing such a great job.
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