Thursday, August 6, 2015

Be the Next Boss

Every employee aims to achieve career advancement. A promotion is not only a sign of growth but also an indication that your company and your bosses trust your capabilities as a worker. However, before you could even transfer to a more spacious room and get your own pool of assistants, you will have to prove your worth. How do you show your potential? How do you make them pick you and not the others? Below are some tips to guide you through a long-term career by getting your most-coveted promotion.

Speak with sense. During meetings or brainstorming, do not leaving the room without having anything sensible to say. They did not hire your for nothing. They hired you because they saw a great potential in you. Prove this by coming up with brilliant ideas.

Show it, not show off. Walk the talk! People may have a good first impression about you. Sustain this by a systematic and efficient execution of tasks. Show them what makes you a great sales person or maybe a top notch IT analyst. Apart from giving them an impressive performance, keep your values on the ground as well.

Work your way to excellence, not work your way to your boss.  How you play your game will play a huge role in determining people's impression about you. If you keep it clean, people around you will realize that you are capable of bigger responsibilities.

Recognition will come in very easily as well as the attainment of a long-term and satisfying career.

Be on time. Promptness is a virtue in the workplace. Being prompt, not only in attendance but also in turnover of assigned tasks will be properly taken in to account when eyeing someone for higher office. If you want to move ahead, prove your worth by being on time all the time.

Listen to what other people have to say. Do not pretend to know everything. Leaders know how to listen to what their subordinates have to say. Be open to suggestions and consider such when coming up with outputs.

Making you the next boss is never too easy. However, if you know the right attitude and if you do your thing right, then you'll get more than just a promotion. A long-term and fulfilling career will surely await you.

Such good information on career advancement and moving yourself into the position of BOSS. 
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Warm regards,

Patrick Taranto

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