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Why is it important?
Why is it important?
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How to learn what is expected of you?
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SOmething written down, setting goals, work toward, check off list
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research shows that people are motivate
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goals
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directed
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evaluate progress because standard
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communicate with department
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understand what htey expect of you
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know what to do and what not to do
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strategic planning on how to spend your time and resources
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You are most important for your professional development but you also have
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You should evaluate yourself every year
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Revise or modify your plans as you learn more about

Revision as of 06:03, 16 September 2007

Why is it important?

How to learn what is expected of you?


SOmething written down, setting goals, work toward, check off list

research shows that people are motivate goals directed evaluate progress because standard

communicate with department understand what htey expect of you

know what to do and what not to do strategic planning on how to spend your time and resources

You are most important for your professional development but you also have

You should evaluate yourself every year Revise or modify your plans as you learn more about

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