Three new job opportunities are posted on our Careers page:
The start of a new year is a great time to reflect on where you are now versus where you want to be by the end of the year, and to start making plans to achieve everything you want.
What are you going to achieve this year?
Stuck for Ideas?
If you are not sure where to start with your new year resolutions, then check out these 12 ideas for resolutions that will help make you more productive or these 16 resolutions to achieve better health.
Why not resolve to attend more of our lunchtime presentations and other events? As well as learning some new skills and being inspired, you’ll get to network with other communicators in the region. You’ll find details of the latest events on this site and, if you are a registered member (membership is free!), you’ll be notified by email too.
Tips for Making Resolutions You Can Stick To
- Be sure to make resolutions that matter to you so you are motivated to achieve them
- Make them Specific, Measurable, Accountable Realistic and Time-based
- Involve other people – we only do two things in life: what we enjoy and what we’re being watched on, by involving other people you make yourself more accountable.
- Making your resolutions public is another way to encourage accountability
- Link them to your longer-term plans
- Make them fun!
Happy New Year everyone – we look forward to seeing you soon!
In order to provide more value for your professional development, we are currently reviewing the events and activities offered by the Geneva Communicators Network.
Please help us to serve you better by completing a short survey and provide us feedback on what we are doing well and where we can improve in 2018. The survey takes some 5-10 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous so please give us some honest feedback!
We look forward to your feedback and see you all in the new year!
Read about our last blogging workshop on Geneva Business News “5 tips on how to become a successful blogger” with our super trainer Leyla Alyanak, blogger at Women on the Road.