Are you on track to achieve your personal development goals? Often, we assess and establish job development and career goals; but fail to include goals that support continued personal growth. I realize it can be a bit daunting to look in the mirror of self-reflection, but you will find that incorporating this meaningful self-assessment action in your review and goal-setting step is a worthwhile investment. Given such a challenging year of change and transitions, it is important to take the time to review your personal goals for next year or establish personal goals for the year if this is your
Quitting is easy;You just pack up your dreamsAnd leave the field.You just pack up your dreamsAnd leave the field.Staying the fight,Even when it’s hard,Even when it hurts,Even when fans have long abandoned you;This, my friends, is the true, inspiring,‘Never say die”, heart of a champion! – JCurvan
The debate on the value of traditional performance appraisal programs has been going on for many years. Based on a Gallup survey, only 14% of employees strongly agree that their review inspires improvement of their performance, yet the overall costs of the annual review process can range from $2.4 million to $35 million a year in lost working hours.* Given the sizeable investment, it is important to ensure that your company’s review program effectively promotes engagement, inspires exceptional performance, and contributes to organizational success. To Change or Not to Change? With years of negative feedback from leaders and employees alike
Believe in yourself and the promise of a brand new day! Life is a priceless gift from God, designed for a unique purpose. Just as a flower turns to catch the morning sun, We must be equally deliberate, equally bold, in finding our purpose. Change is just an opportunity to learn, reflect, and adjust your course. – Jackie Curvan
Life’s pace can be hectic with a daily blur of dizzying activity and demands on our time. You may often find it difficult, if not downright impossible, to maintain the right balance in your work, family, and personal life. To further complicate this challenge, many people are working remotely due to the global pandemic and tasked with managing work and family needs throughout the day. According to a Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) Study, 42% of the U.S. workforce is now working remotely; and according to multiple studies, many employees report extended workdays. Given these added challenges and
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