Jolie Miller |
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
We’re excited to kick off a five-part professional development series this week designed to help you cultivate the traits of an invaluable professional. With the help of author and business coach Dave Crenshaw, we built the series around five tangible goals: developing your abilities, becoming a student of your profession, focusing on the activities that bring high value to your company, improving your professional networking, and positioning yourself as a leading expert. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or a new hire, this series is designed to help you unearth your full potential to contribute, innovate, and add value to your organization—right away and in the future.
The first segment of Dave Crenshaw’s Invaluable series, Invaluable: Unlocking Your Abilities, focuses on putting together a personal action plan that allows you to harness your natural talents, match your job responsibilities to those talents, and assess your performance. With an overarching focus on self-improvement, Dave shows how to develop yourself so that you can provide genuine and ongoing value to your organization.
Why not make 2012 the year you become the asset your organization can’t live without? Leave us a comment and let us know your aspirations for the coming year.
For more on Dave Crenshaw’s Invaluable series, watch out for these four upcoming installments:
February: Invaluable: Developing Your Business Savvy
March: Invaluable: Making Yourself Irreplaceable April: Invaluable: Building Professional ConnectionsMay: Invaluable: Becoming a Leading Authority
Interested in more?
• The full Invaluable: Unlocking Your Abilities course on lynda.com
• All business courses on lynda.com
• All courses from Dave Crenshaw on lynda.com
Suggested courses to watch next:• Creating an Effective Résumé• Effective Meetings• Time Management Fundamentals• LinkedIn Essential Training
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