Having self-knowledge about your typical work responsibilities and the skills you bring to the table can ultimately make you a more valued and engaged employee.

“One of the best ways to do this is by getting crystal clear on what makes you unique, what motivates you, and exactly what you’ll bring to an organization. People who make the space to reflect are more articulate about their goals and “value add” in resumes, interviews, and during meetings in existing roles.”

Read this article from Forbes to learn about how you can build targeted reflective practices into your personal and professional life.

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