As we jump into 2017, it’s time to help clients determine priorities and set goals. Before employers know it, tax day will roll by, summer Fridays will kick in and open enrollment will be upon us. So there’s no time to waste.

Many of us set New Year’s resolutions in our personal lives. While some people stick to them better than others, setting a resolution can be a useful exercise for focusing on the year ahead. Resolutions are aspirational and can be a building block to success, so they can be a great way to set priorities for the workplace, as well.

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