5 New Year’s Resolution Goals

5 New Year’s Resolution Goals for Career and Employer Success

A new year, a fresh start, a time to think about what’s important and plan to achieve it. Be sure to include your business or work life in your best-life resolutions! Rather than listing resolutions for you to consider, we thought you might benefit from a general list of top goals for driving career and employer success that you can review to inspire you to set your own.  Below are 5 New Year’s Resolution Goals for Career and Employer Success:

  1. Work-life balance
    Burnout is a pervasive problem affecting more than half of American workers, according to a recent study.
    Flexibility, relationships, processes, purpose, and financial stability are areas to review for goals that can improve work-life balance and decrease burnout.
  2. New connections
    Not only does making new connections improve well-being, it opens opportunities and improves productivity.
  3. Leadership
    Leading is setting the stage for others to be their most successful with positivity, clear communication, and support. Whether in an official leadership role or an entry-level 1st job, everyone can and should be a leader.
  4. Perspective
    “Life is 10 percent what you make it and 90 percent how you take it.” ― Irving Berlin
    Gratitude is associated with greater happiness. “C” things differently.  Create rather than react. Focus on the way through or around rather than on the frustration of the barrier itself, and if the barrier can’t be overcome, be grateful for other, clearer paths.
  5. New skills
    Consider working on or helping employees develop new soft skills.  Soft skills improve workplace wellness, leadership, and relationships and lead to higher career and business success rates.

Our clients and employees receive the support and benefits they need to reach each of these goals for career and business success. Be sure to CONNECT with GreatWork when you need help filling or finding jobs!


The year is yours. 5 New Year's Resolution Goals

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