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Developing a Career Strategy

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What you do and how far you go in life is up to one person: you. Great careers don't just happen. If you want a career that excites and challenges you, then you need to plan for it. This article outlines eight steps you can use to reach your full potential in your career.

Chances are, you want to work in a role that's fun, challenging and fulfilling; and that also pushes you to achieve your full potential. The good news is that there may be plenty of opportunities available to you in your current role. All you need to do is identify them, and create a strategy to get to where you want to go.

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Managing Your Emotions at Work

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This article identifies the most common negative emotions experienced in the workplace and offers practical strategies you can use to help you deal with each of them. Stressful situations are all too common in a workplace and it may feel harder and harder to manage your emotions. However it's increasingly important for you to do so.

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Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work TEDTalk

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We believe that we should work to be happy, but could that be backwards? In this fast-moving and entertaining talk, psychologist Shawn Achor argues that actually happiness inspires productivity. In this video, Shawn shares several simple strategies for rewiring our brains to work more optimistically and successfully.

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Assessing Your Career Skills

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Use this self-assessment to discover your strengths in the areas of Leadership and Management, Problem Solving and Decision Making, Communication, Time Management and Personal Mastery skills. It is a great starting point to begin considering your career development plan.

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