Boss's Tip of the Day: Get serious about personal development

 
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If you're a boss, you know that every day is a challenge to do better. This tip is based on the same research I used to develop my programs and the Working Supervisor's Support Kit .

Get serious about personal development

It's easy to fool yourself into thinking that you're serious about your personal development and it's easy to put development effort off till tomorrow or "someday."  Here's a test to see if you're really serious about it.

Do you have a personal development plan?

Do you schedule time for personal development and put it on the calendar before you schedule routine work?

Do you have a budget for personal development?

If you're really serious about your personal development, you answered "Yes" to all three questions. If you didn't, stop fooling yourself. Create a self-development plan and make sure you've set aside time and money to invest in your improvement.

If you have a copy of the Working Supervisor's Support Kit , you'll find more on this in the chapter titled "There's Always More to Learn."

If you're wondering how to master the world of social media, check out Becky Robinson's tips for ways to get better results from your social media investment in 12 minutes or less. Becky is my personal go-to source for ideas on how to use social media more effectively.

Wally's Working Supervisor's Support Kit is a collection of information and tools to help working supervisors do a better job. It's based on what Wally's learned in over twenty years of supervisory skills training. Click here to check it out.

 

 

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