Using Challenge Action Result (C.A.R.)™ to Measure Your Accomplishment to ensure Career Resilience
- Name the top 2 projects you have contributed to in the last year; what exactly was your role and what was the end result of each project?
- Think of an example when you were instrumental in contributing a new idea, process or system to the corporation you currently work for?
- An individual accomplishment journal inspires people to become engaged in their performance.
- The person becomes aware of the value they are adding to the organization.
- The information can be communicated during an evaluation and used for applying for an internal position.
- Awareness of accomplishments gives an employee a sense of security and confidence that they alone are in charge of their career.
When you are tracking your performance and not just doing your job, you become resilient with an entrepreneurial attitude. You are no longer frozen in fear of the next cut but a fully participating contributor that relies on your performance to stay employed – not the organization’s good will.