Clewes, Graham
April 2010
Financial Management;Apr2010, p35
Trade Publication
The article offers ways on how business professionals can reach successive promotions for career development. According to the author, career development can help professionals in gaining transferable skills to adapt and become flexible in various industries and sectors. It stresses that professionals must consider career development as a problem management or opportunity development. It suggests the use of a three-stage approach in career development that involves the need to discuss problems, concerns, and opportunities, set out potential career development routes, and plan to shift once priorities into achievements.


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