Looking past the pay cheque
Organisational psychologist and career adviser John Deely offers some alternative methods of building career momentum
There is a commonly held assumption that if you do a really good job, good things will happen for your career. This is true in some cases, but the reality is more in line with the quote: “Great things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle” (widely mis-attributed to Abraham Lincoln).
If you want career momentum that is right for you, you need to advocate...
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