You have to know what you want. Otherwise you run the risk of setting yourself up for another disappointing situation.
Keep your business affairs in your own hands. It’s the only way to be happy.
You should learn to write perfect e-mail subject lines that are descriptive.
Avoid office gossips about colleagues and the boss. Be respectful and work for the good of the company.
Learn to communicate effectively. Listen to what others are saying and focus on how to give and receive constructive feedback.
Know your strengths and weaknesses. If you think you deserve a position promotion, claim it.
Take the initiative to start something new, introduce new concepts and adopt efficient ways for getting work done efficiently.
Taking the time to express your interest in a genuine and creative way is one way to overcome any lack of education or experience you may have.
Focus on end results: Stay motivated, Focus on positive outcomes as much as possible and take action rather than procrastinate.
If you are working to the best of your ability and you are still feeling the stress, ask for help.
An easy way to manage your time is by using activity logs, prioritized to-do lists and action plans to successfully monitor where time goes.
The interviewer really doesn’t need to know your whole life story. Keep your answers succinct, to the point and focused.
Show up early. Even if bosses say they don’t care – they do. Nothing tarnishes your reputation more quick than being late at work.
Texting during you interview is not only rude and disruptive, but it’s pretty clear message that getting the job is not your first-top priority.
It is important to get up, walk around the office and take a few minutes for a metal break.
The simple task of writing a to-do list is one of the most efficient ways of keeping track of your daily work requirements.
Don’t be out the door at five O’clock. Others will see that you care about your job and don’t mind staying a little late to make sure it gets done.
Smile and say hello to everyone. A positive reaction from the support staff is important factor in the evaluation.
Your resume should be very specific when giving your accomplishments. Talk facts, figures and numbers.
While working in a team, try to finish off the given task on time so that overall work is not affected.
Do not envy, instead focus on making a positive difference yourself.
Evaluate your occupational choices and gain practical experience through internships, trainings, relevant summer employment or volunteer work.
No matter where your stress is coming from, it’s not doing you any good until you learn how to address it.
Strong interpersonal skills play a crucial role in gaining the respect of your boss and co -workers.
People naturally want to surround themselves with people they trust. Developing trust takes time and consistent effort.
You must take the initiative to have an important, straightforward discussion regarding your career advancement with your boss.