Are you making progress in your career?
Gary Burnison, the CEO of leading global headhunters Korn Ferry recently shared a tool for understanding the current health of your career, the Career Momentum Index (CMI).
Gary says that, in our careers, we also need to honestly know “Where am I right now?”. For a healthy body, we can check out our heart rate, our body mass index (BMI), cholesterol, blood pressure, etc. For careers, Korn Ferry have the Career Momentum Index (CMI).
Do you have Career Momentum?
- Are you engaged in your current job? Do you wake up every morning, ready to go, or do you hit the snooze button–literally and figuratively?
- Does your boss recognize your contribution? When was the last time your boss acknowledged what you did? How well did you do on your last performance review–have you even had one in the last 12 months?
- Are you considered indispensable? Are you the go-to person for your boss and the team who does whatever it takes it get things done?
- When was the last time you were promoted? Two years ago? Five years? Longer?
- When was the last time you learned something new in your job? Are you stretched and growing, or is it the “same old, same old” every day?
If you are interested in learning more about Career Momentum, Gary continues his series on Career Momentum with The 90 Day Career Diet, Step 2.
A Fulfilling Life and Career
I recently heard Doctor Marian Rojas, psychiatrist and author of “how to have good things happen to you” (in spanish) share the 3 questions you need to answer to build a fulfilling life for yourself:
If you are IESE alumni the IESE Careers Service department are a great source of objective career coaching. There are some changes that we can manage by ourselves, there are many changes that we can really only achieve with the support of others – mentors, coaches and supporters. Here’s a list of the major changes that people turn to coaching to help navigate.
What are your thoughts?