KOSA CAREER CONNECTIONS
If you’re like many other people, you probably make a resolution or two at the beginning of each year to try to improve yourself in some way–get a promotion, start a family, get in shape–things of that nature. KOSA connects you to a world of opportunities at different levels in several dimensions.
kosa CAREER OBJECTIVES
Grow Your Network
People do business with others whom they know and trust. And the truth is, “companies” don’t make business decisions, people do. Having a strong professional network can help you advance in your career in ways that you would not be able to do alone.
Define Your Own Success
You don’t have to abide by everyone else’s definition of success. You can define what being successful and happy mean to you, which will help you clarify what you need to do to achieve it. Once you dig deep to uncover your values and purpose, you will recognize that if you try to chase everyone else's idea of what success is, you won’t achieve it.
Find New Challenges
inding new challenges in your current position will help keep your job interesting and fulfilling. This personal development goal shows your ambition and can be especially helpful for your organization if they’re frequently coming up with new ideas that are never acted on or no one supervises to ensure any type of follow-through.
Develop a Growth Mindset
People who have a growth mindset believe that they can continue to develop their talents throughout life. These people are often able to achieve more than those with a fixed mindset, who believe that they were born with their abilities already set into place and therefore don’t invest time or energy into learning new skills.
Tweak Your Work Life Balance
Having a healthy work-life balance is an important part of living a happy life. Not only will taking sufficient breaks from work have a positive effect on your wellbeing, but it will also influence your productivity by improving your performance while you’re working.
Build and Improve Professional Relationships
You spend a lot of time with your colleagues, so it is important to build good relationships with them. Having positive professional relationships can lay the foundation for your ultimate success because each person’s role in your organization either directly or indirectly affects your performance.