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How to Think Strategically About Your Career for the New Year

Focus upon more of what you want out of work. #career

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New Year's resolutions listedWith New Years’ fast approaching, you may be thinking about those pesky resolutions. If one of them is to make a change in your career, but you’re struggling to come up with an achievable, fulfilling resolution, here’s a few of our favorite ideas to help get that Resolution Engine running again:

Develop Leadership Skills By Volunteering – If you wanted to volunteer more anyway, you could kill two birds with one stone. Book-learning isn’t going to cut it when it comes to gaining true leadership experience. But don’t only volunteer at the soup kitchen. You can potentially make a big impact by volunteering for the board of a nonprofit you admire. Boards of directors provide strategic and financial leadership to ensure each organization’s vitality, integrity, and mission fulfillment. Make the most of your time on the board with these tips. (Also, here’s a quick 10 Point Test of Leadership).

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