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(draft) Workability

  1. Workability – pg. 3-4

What’s Next?
Decide which workability attitudes and skills you want to improve

Choose three attitudes
and skills to improve
By now you’ve discovered the attitudes and skills you already have and you’ve noted how you demonstrated them. The next step is to make a list of the attitudes and skills you don’t have or would like to improve. From that list, choose up to three attitudes or skills to begin working on. This will give you a starting point and allow you to see progress in a reasonable time.
Set a goal
Setting a goal, and putting that goal in writing, will help you to accomplish what you want to do. A quick and easy way to set a goal is to describe what, how and by when. See the sample to the right.
Write down your goals
Using the statements to the right as a guide, write one goal for each attitude or skill you want to improve.

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