By: Lou McAlister, Senior Consultant
You have a job you want to keep. Sometimes you think about quitting it to work in a nicer office, have a shorter commute, get a raise, or enjoy some of the perks you read about (nap pods, anyone?). Then you think about how hard it was to get the job you have and remember how much easier it is to get a job if you have a job.
It dawns on you that you don’t want just another job. You want a better job than the one you have. That better job may be just around the corner. And it may be well within your reach.
For both employers and employees, there are some complicated dynamics to hiring, training, retention, and separation. For the sake of simplicity, let’s just say that you’re in a decent job with a decent company and you don’t see the end coming yet. Still, you want some growth and some challenge. Maybe even some security.
Here are five ways to grow your job while you avoid stagnation, learn something new, deliver additional value, and either position yourself for a promotion, or build your resume for that next career step.
1. Be alert and tune in.
The reason some people always seem to be in the right spot at the right time is because Read more Want to keep your job? Learn 5 ways to grow.