Why Creating a Paper Trail Comes in Handy in Business
Angelina Darrisaw was recently featured in Ann Brown's article for The Network Journal offering career advice on the value of a paper trail.
Here are some snippets featuring Darrisaw:
"You should keep track of any communication or feedback (both constructive and positive), deadlines, expectations, role responsibility, and planned time out of the office. You should also keep track of any positive reviews from clients and peers. Any communication that could affect your performance evaluation should be on record," adds career coach Angelina Darrisaw. In fact, establishing a paper trail can be important for various reasons. "A paper trail keeps track of
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