Learn on the fly. Studying in the classroom is important, but more career learning happens on the job than in school. You can improve how you learn at work.
Be open. If you are heads down working just to stay up, opportunities may pass you by. Don't let the big one slip past you.
Build a diverse network. The #1 people say they keep up to date is to hang around smart people. Be strategic in your network choices.
Be greedy about experiences. Don’t repeat the same year of experience over and over again. Experience comes in all forms. Consider some not-so-typical avenues you can pursue.
Bounce forward. Recover from setbacks and disappointments by using motivational tools to maintain your career focus.
This webcast begins with author and futurist Dr. Karie Willyerd and her new book, Stretch: How to Future Proof Yourself for Tomorrow’s Workplace. Executives, talent managers, human resource professionals and IT change champions should attend this webcast to gain leading-edge knowledge and practices for managing talent. Together with thought leaders, consultants, and technical experts, participants learn the latest on performance ratings, continuous performance management, and social collaboration along with trends that are shaping the workplace. Learn the 5 practices to ensure you are constantly learning and growing to extend your skills sell-by-date.
Whether software or hardware robots, computerization is going to affect jobs dramatically in the next decade—perhaps more than any decade in history. Increasingly, it’s on you to manage your own career to be prepared for tomorrow.