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Plan your career and career properly: 5 tips for your navigation system

Anyone who is aware of their career goals, their strengths and the needs in the market, also develops a navigation system for their own career and thus gains advantages when applying for dream jobs. 5 tips how to do it.

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With these tips 5 you approach your professional goal

With its own navigation system, it is possible to navigate in unmanaged and unknown terrain, to pursue the next career steps and to react to unforeseen events.

Do not wait for your career, but take the tax and your career planning into your own hands. Self-reflection is the key to success.

Step 1: Recognize your strengths and goals

First, make it clear what mission you are pursuing. What do you want to achieve? How do you want to shape your career path? For some, leadership is important, for others, building their expertise in a particular field can be the next step in their careers. This includes the consideration of what you are willing to pay for. For example, if you want to become a board member, it will be at the expense of family time. And if you want to become a nurse, you will never be one of the big earners. You should think about the consequences of your goals and decide if the career steps you have chosen are the right ones for you.

Then you should ask yourself what success you have achieved in the last twelve months. What was your task? What makes you particularly easy to handle? Also, consider which of your strengths and abilities you have used to make the task a success. This helps above all to get a good overview of your most important strengths within a short time. You can also go on to colleagues, friends and family, and ask for the strengths of these people and what you value them. Also a professional career consultant - with a view from the outside - is a sensible investment in one's own development.

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Step 2: Go to the dialog

Do not plan your next steps in secret. For that you need dialogue. After you have defined your strengths for yourself, it is time to enter into an exchange with others.

Do you decide for yourself that the next career step is in the Company should lie? Then you should start the conversation with staff, your manager or with colleagues who already have their dream job in order to find out what a career path can look like and if others think that this way is suitable for you.

If you are dreaming of a career in another company, you should make contacts in the desired sector or field of work and make as much information as possible.

Step 3: Tell a story

If you have dealt well with your previous successes, you have a repertoire of wonderful stories at your disposal to present your strengths in conversation with others and to provide evidence of your abilities. With these key questions you tell a little story about each of your successes.

  1. Which topic or task have I addressed?
  2. How was the initial situation? What problem did I recognize?
  3. What have I done to accomplish the task?
  4. How did I proceed in the situation?
  5. How did I solve the problem? Which result did I achieve?
  6. How did I optimize the situation?
  7. What is the solution?
  8. Use numbers / data / facts if possible.

Step 4: Activate

In the next step, you should consider which networks you can tap into your career goals.

Think about where you can contribute your strengths and make others aware of you, for example, for exciting projects and tasks. Do not wait like the frog that he is kissed by the princess awake, but you will be active yourself!

Step 5: Do not be afraid of failure

All beginnings are difficult. Surely everything does not always go right away, setbacks are completely normal here.

However, if you manage to learn from supposed “failures” and deal with them professionally, you will often emerge from the crisis stronger and happier. Dare and always see failure as a new opportunity!

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