Incorporating Sustainable Career Management in ESG.

Many are still wondering how can we incorporate sustainable career management in ESG.

Sustainable career management involves taking a long-term approach to your work and making choices that not only benefit you in the short term but also have positive impacts on your future career growth and development. Here are 5 tips for practicing sustainable career management:

Tips #1: Continuously improve your skills: Keeping your skills up-to-date and learning new ones will make you more competitive in the job market and increase your job satisfaction.

Tips #2: Network and build relationships: Building relationships with your colleagues and industry peers can lead to opportunities for collaboration, new job opportunities, and valuable advice and mentorship.

Tips #3: Set career goals and find your purpose: Having clear goals and purpose can help you focus your efforts and make informed decisions about your career path.

Tips #3: Maintain work-life balance: Prioritizing your mental and physical health, as well as your personal relationships, is essential for overall well-being and long-term career success.

Tips #4: Consider the impact of your career decisions: Consider not just how your career decisions will affect you, but also their impact on the wider community and the environment. For example, you could look for companies that have a strong sustainability focus or consider the carbon footprint of your daily commute.

What else do you think we should add to these tips?

To your career success


Author: Hanie Razaif-Bohlender

Hanie is co-founder and General Manager of Dragonfire Corporate Solutions Sdn Bhd, a Kuala Lumpur-based management consulting firm, and Dragonfire Academy, a center for continuous adult learning. Hanie is widely known as “The Career Doctor” for her coaching roles with private clients in their quest to find clarity, happiness, and fulfilment during their career journey.

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