Then it’s time to get ‘learning hungry’.
This blog shares 10 more tips and is the third and final blog in a series of 3.
1) Study for a relevant new qualification
2) Learn a language
3) Read an educative book/Kindle download on your commuting bus/train/tube/journey
4) Listen to a relevant personal development download when driving instead of listening to music
5) Follow ‘opinion formers’ on LinkedIn
6) Download free relevant white papers on the web
7) Make time each week to reflect on what you have learnt and what you need to learn next to take you to where you want to go
8) Review your learning and development objectives
9) Think about what you want to get skilled at and ‘model’ someone (i.e. learn from what they are good at and copy/adapt their approach to suit you)
10) Investigate your own learning style, so you can feed your mind and memory in the best way for you.
What tips would you add? Doing just 1 of these 10 tips will make a difference over time to your career prospects. It is easy to do nothing or put it off.
In an increasingly competitive world, it is vital to build your skills, experience and knowledge to ensure that you are marketable and to give yourself choice.
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