Do you take time to set intentions and plan for the new year?
Identifying the intentions that will be meaningful and doable can make a huge difference in your work and personal life.
The New York Times says your goals “should be smart – and SMART. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound.Source
Workplace resolutions create an opportunity to reflect on the previous year and set intentions for the year ahead. People who take time to reflect on and celebrate their successes are generally more optimistic, take better care of themselves and tend to be less stressed. Celebrations increase people’s sense of well-being, regardless of socioeconomic factors, education age or gender. Source
Dave Minor, President/CEO of the Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce has frequently said all roads lead to workforce.
Resolutions are no different, check out this content creators’ video about how resolutions were started.
Top New Year’s Resolutions for the Workplace
Take this time to consider where you want to be in your job this time next year. Where do you see your career going over the next three to five years? And what steps do you need to take to get there?Source
- Get Clear on Your Career Priorities
- Learn a New Skill
- Embrace Flexibility as a Manager
- Help Employees Connect with Leadership
- Prioritize Work-Life Balance