7 New Year's resolutions for your career (CNN Money)
If you're like many of Katy Piotrowski's clients, the past year of economic chaos and workplace uncertainty has caused you to forget about career advancement and focus instead on just surviving. That's a natural response, of course.
But, says Piotrowski, a Colorado-based executive coach and author of "The Career Coward's Guide to Career Advancement" (Jist, $10.95), progress "is still important and attainable, even when the job market seems to be shrinking.
The best part is, you don't need to do anything radical: Piotrowski says that even small steps can yield surprising results, like more job security and, yes, even better job offers. Four ways to get going: