Time to set yearly work goals? Here’s how to pick them and stick to them

Time to set yearly work goals? Here’s how to pick them and stick to them

“Have an honest conversation with your manager to understand what their key expectations are for you,” career coach Hannah Salton says.

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The new year has kicked off and resolutions are everywhere — and the workplace is no exception.

Many companies ask employees to set goals as part of their appraisals at this time of year, but coming up with achievable ones can be tricky.

The process can feel overwhelming and intimidating, especially if you’re new to a company or the workforce.

But they’re important for your career, says Rosemary McLean, a director at the Career Innovation Company, which provides career and business strategy support.

“Goal setting is often an integral part of business life when seeking to achieve results,” she told CNBC’s Make It.

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