I started out with a small company and a big concept several years ago.
I wanted to create a platform, a cyberhub, for people wanting to insure their current career success and those that would be interested in furthering their career or upgrading their career through further education, at both traditional brick and mortar schools, and through online degree programs.
Because I work with amazingly talented people, our website, Careerglider, has really taken off. Our traffic is fantastic and still growing exponentially.
I can’t imagine running things without each and every one of our staff. Each one is integral to the success of our organization. I’ve noticed four things about them that make them that way, and I want to share them with you, in case you’d like to increase the chances of your longevity at your workplace:
1. Be humble. By this I don’t mean let everyone walk all over you on the job. What I mean is that initially you should spend twice as much time listening as talking. The company or corporation you now work for got along fine before you got there, and will get along fine long after you are gone, so try to hear what your supervisors and coworkers are saying before you try to push your own agenda and opinions. I find that the more I listen, the more I learn. And knowledge, my friends, is power!
2. Take advantage of any and all learning opportunities. This may be college-level courses that your company is willing to pay for, or it may be volunteer in-house training. Of course, if it’s mandatory, there is no special glory in that, but when management sees you taking a voluntary course, whether in-house or not; it will impress them with your commitment to your profession and their business. They like that.
3. Focus on being sociable, not social. My staff knows how to have a good time, after work. When they are at work they meld together as a team, getting their own assignments done and then helping others who may be struggling or need an outside viewpoint to kick start their own creativity. Never be afraid to interact with your co-workers, but save the office gossip for outside the office. That’s the best way to keep office politics from gumming up your own career the next time a promotion is in your sights.
4. Brevity is the soul of wit. I’ve been in a lot of company meetings over the years, and believe you me, I dislike them as much as you do! Still, they’re necessary in order to get across course corrections and new ideas. The man or woman that I pay the most attention to in a meeting is the one who can get across his or her idea with the least amount of verbiage, who doesn’t hem and haw, but comes right to the point with a few well-chosen words. You think this is easy, that anyone can do it? Not so! I myself used to practice at home, giving pithy and relevant reports to myself on different subjects relevant to my company. It’s hard! When you learn to do it, you’ll find your supervisors and your coworkers are eager to hear what you have to say. The same goes for questions; I long ago learned not to take seriously any question that takes more than twenty-five words to ask.
Follow these four tips and I promise you’ll be both irresistible AND irreplaceable at work!
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