It’s back to school time.
Doesn’t the Labor Day holiday always remind you of that?
Of course, if you have children, you’re probably breathing a sigh of relief.
But, what does this time of year mean for all of us in business?
1) Four months to make our 2009 goals.
2) Planning and budgeting for 2010
For most businesses, 2009 has been a tough year. Many professionals have dealt with change, the unknown, and more responsibilities as their colleagues have been laid off.
What can get lost in times of workplace chaos and change?
The ongoing importance of professional and personal development.
This really is the best time to go “back to school.” Your own development cannot take a back seat.
After all, you don’t want to be left behind at the end of the year – or “expelled!”
I have no idea what the new economy will look like.
But, I do know, however, that winners don’t wait.
What do you need to do for yourself and your staff these next four months?
School is never truly over!