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Most bosses love to hear employees articulate their career goals in a clear, confident manner. Develop a one-minute summary of your short- and long-term objectives. You don’t need to provide too many details, but you should offer a big-picture glimpse of what kind of authority level and activities you see for yourself in the years ahead. Example: Say, “In two years, I want to build a team of top producers. In five years, it’s my goal to manage an operating unit with a sizable staff.”
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