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Top 10 career goal examples

  1. 1. TOP 10 CAREER GOAL EXAMPLES I. How to Set A Career Goal Before you set a career goal, there are few things that you should know about goals, as they are set on various levels. 1.First, decide what you want to do, accomplish, or be in life. 2.Secondly, split your larger goal into smaller and more achievable goals or targets that you have to achieve. This will make accomplishing your goal easier to manage and will help streamline the process into reaching your ultimate goal. 3.Finally, you will want to formulate and develop a proper plan for your goal. It can be best to establish a step by step plan that will enable you to start working towards achieving it.
  2. 2. II. Do and Don’t 1. Points to Emphasize Now that you know the interviewer wants to know if your goals line up with those of the company, there are a few things you want to make sure to include in your answer. applying for. that will make you better in the position you’re applying for. that would help you do the job. happen in the company you are interviewing with. Answer the question honestly and in a way that assures the interviewer that you are genuinely interested in working for and staying with their company.
  3. 3. 2. Mistakes You Should Avoid There are also a few things that you should avoid saying. school or starting a family. This may make it seem like you won’t be with this company for the long haul. happen in the company you are interviewing with. you think you will accomplish.  Don’t give a wishy washy answer. Make sure to give a well thought out answer to show the hiring manager how eager you are to work for them.
  4. 4. III. Top career goal examples 1. Become Known as an Expert in Your Field If you have a different mindset than the rest of the people in your industry then you are probably going to be interested in becoming an influencer and being one of the people who set the trends in your sector. To do that you’ll need a strong presence and a powerful personal brand. 2. Earn a Promotion: It is always a good feeling to get promoted, and a promotion involves careful planning, commitment, and execution on your part as an employee. For instance, you may need to: do additional work, take on more projects, develop relationships with other department members, and update your resume. A promotion will generally be a long term goal that you can work towards overtime.
  5. 5. 3. Earn a Management Position: After you have been working with a company or business for awhile, you might have an itch to advance in your position. If your career goal is to earn a management or an executive position, your goal could range from lasting 6 months, to 5 to 10 years depending on the field that you are in. This type of career goal can require a series of short term goals to help you reach the position you desire. 4. Start a Business: A lot of people associate success with branching out on their own, and a viable career goal, in that case, can be to start your own business or open your own practice to become your own boss. Many people, generally between the ages of 18 and 34 have the desire to start a business if they have not already started one. When opening your own business, it can be helpful to outline a series of short term goals that can help you get to where you need to be.
  6. 6. 5. Get a Job: For many people, especially in this economy, an example of a career goal might be obtaining employment and finding a career. If you are looking to find employment, there are plenty of short term goals that you can develop that can be completed before you reach your final goal of obtaining a career. Remember to be patient in trying to find a job, as it can be a long but rewarding process. 6. Earn A Degree or Certificate: Earning a degree or a certificate is a great step into jumpstarting you career goals and putting you on a path towards success. Most careers require that the person has specific knowledge, education, or a specific degree when it comes to furthering or advancing in their career. Once you are able to obtain proper education, you can look to increasing your career goal options. 7. To Increase Sales For entrepreneurs who own a business, increasing sales of their product or service will
  7. 7. help bring in more money. Depending on the nature of the business, the entrepreneur may take simple measures, such as passing out fliers, or may have to develop a strategic marketing plan. Either way, all entrepreneurs should develop a timeline and a realistic amount by which they'd like to increase sales. 8. To Cut Costs Cutting costs is another method of increasing profitability for entrepreneurs. To achieve this goal, the entrepreneur may find a different supplier or decrease portions. As with increasing sales, the entrepreneur should determine a realistic number and a timeline. 9. To Obtain Ideal Employment or Employment in Your Preferred Field Many people work in a different industry than their field of study. Some take a temporary job until they can find something better. According to the Senate Republican Policy Committee, as of January 2013, 8 million Americans worked part time but wanted to work full time. Even if
  8. 8. you have a job, set a timeline indicating how long you'd like to work in your current job before finding a better career. 10. Get that great Job For the majority of people in the present economy, there a very common career goal is to simply get employment. If you are seeking for employment, there are plenty of short term goals that you can frame for yourself and they can be achieved before you reach your final destination of obtaining your desired career. However, it is important for you to be patient while looking for the right job, as it can be a time consuming and long but rewarding process. Additional examples of career objectives…  Start building your personal brand  Start to write,blog thought pieces  Give regular constructive feedback  Increase next quarter sales sales efforts by 20%  Build a high performance team  Introduce Slack into the workplace
  9. 9.  Find a mentor  Become a mentor  Learn a new, leadership, skill  Get employee of the month  Get in habit of writing SMART goals  Become an expert in your field  Build that <namesurname.com> website  Get Social  Learn to delegate tasks  Master presentation skills  Have regular lunch with your team  Do something that takes you out of your comfort zone  Recognise your team  Work in another department once a month  Surprise your clients  Spend time on personal development

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