Editor’s note: This is the ninth and final article in a new nine-part series on how lawyers can resolve to work smarter this year, which is featured on lawjobs.com News & Views. Links to the previous articles in this series, as well as to articles in other series co-authored by Valerie Fontaine and Roberta Kass, follow this article.
Time flies when you’re having fun! The first four months of 2011 have flown by and, if you’re working smarter rather than just harder, you should be having more fun. This series began with New Year’s resolutions for whipping your career into better shape. Did you keep them? Or, like most people, have you fallen off the wagon? The close of the first quarter is a good time for a mini-review and adjustment, if necessary, before the year slips away. First, we’ll flesh out the last two resolutions: how you can prepare for your end-of-year performance and compensation evaluation to maximize the return on your efforts, and writing a personal development plan to keep moving ahead. Then, we’ll check your progress so far with those pesky resolutions.
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