Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Investing in yourself, part of Discovering Your Strengths.
If you want to increase your value per hour, and be more successful in your…career, how much time are you willing to invest outside of work hours to…improve your ability?…It's common for employees to feel that they should only work the hours for which…they're getting paid.…It's certainly important to do your job, but you also want to invest in your…career by regularly improving your skills outside of your day to day job duties.…This will enhance your ability, increasing your value per hour, and your job security.…
You can make this investment in yourself by following a simple five step process.…The first step is to determine the time investment you are willing to make,…whether its one hour a week, or more, make a decision on the amount of time…you're willing to spend improving your ability.…Then budget that time by scheduling blocks of time in your calendar.…Call it your ability investment, or some other descriptive title.…Scheduling time in advance in your calendar will make it easier for you to…
This course is one of a series of five Dave Crenshaw courses based on his Invaluable teaching methodology for professional development.
- Identifying gifts, loves, and skills
- Assessing personal performance
- Applying your strengths and talents at work
- Making continual improvements that impact your career