5 Steps To Take Control Of Your Career
3. Practice Patience
Often, things that are worthwhile take some time to achieve. And so it goes for your career: once you’ve mapped out a strategy and made decisions about how to proceed, give your plan time to take root and flower.
4. Figure Out What Skills You Need To Succeed
You must also have a firm understanding of the skills and experience required to reach your career objective.
This is something your mentor and key stakeholders can help you comprehend. If you do not know what skills and experiences you need to reach your goal, ask these people for input.
Then determine what training, exposure, or other assignments you may need to get the required development. Look for the experiences you need to develop and take the necessary steps to get those experiences.
Remember, you're doing what is essential to be in full control of your career growth.