When an employee, with each new Contract you receive an average three-year opportunity to deliver services and “drive your objective”, to further develop your brand “content”. As such, career development is personal brand content development. So, you enter each Contract with your own content development objectives, your strategies evolving.
See your career as long-term products movement. You then consider the services you deliver (including the full spectrum of underlying applied knowledge/skills) and the manner of performance as the products and services you sell to your customers. Your brand then is characterized by, and recognized for its features (education, skills, experience, history of productivity – description of marketed capabilities), and more importantly, current output and manner of delivery.
Until you retire, career development is ongoing. Let ISG Success help with your ongoing brand development – Your Success Matters!