Returning to work? Regain your confidence and excel in your career with these tips

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Returning to work? Regain your confidence and excel in your career with these tips

Are you returning to work? We get that after having a break it can be challenging to return to work, especially when it comes to confidence. Here are some tips that can help you regain your confidence and thrive in your next position, whatever it may be:

☑️ Update your skills:
Keeping up with the latest industry trends and advancements can help you feel more confident in your abilities. Consider taking courses or attending workshops to upgrade your skills and knowledge. Check out some of the local courses Redlands has to offer here.

☑️ Network:
Connecting with others in your field can provide valuable insights, inspiration, and support. Attend industry events, join professional organisations, and reach out to mentors to expand your network. The Redlands Chamber of Commerce is a great place to start  check out their latest events and membership offers here.

☑️ Focus on your strengths:
Identify your unique skills and talents and put them to use in your job. By utilising your strengths, you’ll feel more confident and capable in your role. View our resources here that will help support this journey.

☑️ Seek support:
Don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it. Whether it’s a colleague, mentor, or coach, having a support system can make all the difference in building confidence. Our Redlands Regional Jobs Committee exists to lend support to both businesses and job seekers. Reach out today for more information on how we can help.

Building career confidence when returning to work can take time and effort. Set achievable goals along the way, and be sure to celebrate your successes. Remember, confidence is a journey, not a destination, and every small step you take will help you reach your goals.



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