It’s not my fault. How many times did you say that as a child? The question is, are you still saying that?
One of the important things about your career is taking responsibility for your own career. Here’s how:
Don’t wait for things to happen, make them happen. Often times, people wait for coworkers to come to them, for promotions to land in their laps, and for management to offer up new jobs on a platter.
Employees get frustrated when they see coworkers rewarded before they are, even if they’re harder workers. What gives?
To keep reading, click here: 4 Ways to Take Responsibility for Your Career