Create an End of the Year Career Accomplishment List

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014 in Day Planning, Featured | Comments Off on Create an End of the Year Career Accomplishment List

An end of year accomplishment list will help you feel good about your work year and figure out what you need to change and improve in the next year. Source: FreeDigitalPhotos

An end of year accomplishment list will help you feel good about your work year and figure out what you need to change and improve in the next year. Source: FreeDigitalPhotos

The end of the year is quickly approaching, but for many people, it seems like there is just no time to stop and see what you’ve done over the last twelve months. That can be a real mistake. Use this guide from StaffNet, Inc. to help you create an end of year accomplishment list. You will feel good about your work year and figure out what you need to change and improve in the next year, even if that means more time off.

  • Know what’s needed. If you’re making this list for a manager or boss, you need to know what level of detail is required. Do they want bullet points or paragraphs? Asking for a sample for style can help tremendously. If you’re making it for yourself, why not jazz it up so that you enjoy making and reading it?
  • Make sure you include everything you did during the year on your list. It can be easy to forget accomplishments early in the year, but they’re part of the year too. Go back and make sure you include things you did early in the year to get a full scope of your accomplishments.
  • Include numbers and specifics when possible. You want your accomplishments recognized and including specific accomplishments is essential.

Contact StaffNet, Inc. for more information about creating an end of year career accomplishment list.