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15 Great Resources for Women Who Want to Advance Their Careers
September 3, 2020 at 4:00 AM

Growing your career can feel stressful and overwhelming, but there are many ways to gain the recognition you deserve in the workplace. Below, find out how to navigate challenges and discover helpful resources for getting ahead and achieving the career you’ve always dreamed of. 

Defining Your Career Goals 

It’s tough deciding exactly where you want to take your career, but you don’t have to have every single stop planned out on your career path. Setting bite-sized goals can take you a long way in achieving the career you want. These resources can help you find direction. 

She Leads Engagement Labs and Courses for Women Leaders and Women Entrepreneurs

How to Set Ambitious Career Goals You Can Realistically Accomplish 

SMART Goal – Definition, Guide, and Importance of Goal Setting

8 Ways to Stay Accountable With Your Goals

7 Things You Should Do When You Fail to Achieve Your Goals

Handling Workplace Challenges 

Thinking about the goals you want to achieve is great for looking to the future, but knowing how to navigate the day-to-day challenges of work is instrumental in reaching your goals. 

6 Workplace Conflicts and How to Deal with Them

Resolving Conflict In The Workplace, According To Female CEOs

Signs You’re in a Toxic Work Environment — and How to Handle It

5 Strategies for Coping With People Who Talk Too Much at Work

How to Effectively Talk to Your Boss: 20 Do’s and Don’ts

Resources to Help Fuel Your Success

There’s a lot you can do yourself to advance your career and learn how to thrive in the workplace, but sometimes it helps to have additional guidance. These resources can help you achieve your goals. 

How to Learn a New Job Skill in Just 15 Minutes a Day

Free Online Courses for Career Development

Tips for Women Thinking of Starting their Own Business

Small-Business Grants for Women: 10 Go-To Spots

The Small Business Resource Center for COVID-19

Finding success in your career takes time and dedication, as well as the ability to be flexible when things don’t work out as planned. Whether you’re looking for more recognition, hoping for a promotion or want to start your own business one day, hopefully, these resources can help you find success.

Blog post written by She Leads Contributor, Amy Collett

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