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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

How to change careers to social impact: Step 1 – Audit your strengths | Moving World Blogs

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Research has proven that we perform better when our strengths align with our job tasks and we have a deeper sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. From the hundreds of professionals helped by MovingWorlds, they point that the best way to start moving forward is actually to take a step back and know yourself. They prepared a free Audit Your Strengths activity to identify your strengths and purpose drivers. Once you have identified these strengths, you can further explore each one using the SIGNS framework.

Source: https://blog.movingworlds.org/career-change-to-social-impact-step-one/

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