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Knowing and understanding your own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) can help you to come up with a plan for your career. This can be particularly useful if you’re trying to get promoted. You can use the following example of a SWOT analysis to help you do your own. Download our SWOT template.
Look for roles that will put your strengths to good use. Your strengths are what you’re good at and what will be of benefit in the role.
Weaknesses are areas where you’re less skilled or confident. If a role you want requires skills you don't have, you can work on and improve these.
Opportunities help you to develop your career. For example, ask for training to develop your skills or find a suitable mentor in the organisation.
Identify any threats to you or your career and take actions that reduce their impact. Threats are things that may limit your career.
Put your ideas in a table to make them easier to read.
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