“Choose a Job you Love and You will never have to work a day in your Life”

(Confucius)

A Career Progression Plan

When planning your career, once you have identified suitable career areas where you would achieve work-based happiness. Forming a career progression plan will help you map out career success:

You can develop an effective plan by:

Bullt Points  Identifying your objectives (Short term and long term)

Bullt Points  Writing down goals (identify 3 key priorities in each)

Bullt Points  Identify timescales (keep dates in your diaries and set up reminders

A good plan should always be:

Bullt Points  Specific: target a specific area for improvement.
Bullt Points  Measurable: quantify or at least suggest an indicator of progress.
Bullt Points  Achievable: only include objectives you can achieve
Bullt Points  Realistic: state what results can realistically be achieved, given available resources.

Bullt Points  Time-related: specify when the result(s) can be achieved.

Once you have identified clear goals you will be able to focus your efforts and be able to successfully manage and be in the driving seat of your future career development and progression. A career progression plan also involves building contacts with people who can guide you.

Everyone from college graduates to mid-career professionals looking to change jobs will really benefit from a progression plan.  At Licence to Success we would be happy to help you plan your way to work to work- based happiness.

 

For more information contact: info@licencetosuccess.co.uk