There are some core mistakes that can derail any career if you aren't careful. Make sure you don't make them...
- Don’t Quit Networking Once You Get a Job: People are usually vigilant about networking when looking for a job but stop once they're hired. Your long term career success is dependent on your ability to continue to build strong business connections as well as nurturing current relationships.
- Put More Focus on Benefits: When looking for a job, weighing the options is about much more than base pay. The role, manager and compensation are all important factors in deciding whether to join a company, but benefit programs (such as work-hour flexibility, health and wellness programs and family leave policies) and company culture are critical factors as well. More than ever, the lines between work and home life are blurring and working for a company that understands that can save you a lot of stress and money.
- Be the Driver of Your Own Destiny: Too many people depend on their manager or