Neglecting your own career can bring about the same consequences as failing to properly manage an employee, Dorothy Tannahill-Moran writes. To keep your career on track, set goals, make necessary adjustments and get feedback to "help reinforce your progress and help you know where you need to do things differently to stay on course," she writes.
Do you manage everything well except your own career?
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