The end of one year means the dawning of another. It’s a time for remembrance and acknowledgement; hope and ambition. From a development perspective, it’s the quintessential time to reflect, learn and change.!@!
Personally, I’m hoping that 2009 will be a year of intense professional growth for me. Having recently completed my performance review, I’m starting the New Year with a solid foundation and an eye to the future.
As you embark on 2009, what are some of your organizational goals? As you look at your learning initiatives, what’s working and what’s not working? Where is there room for improvement?
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