How To Get That Promotion
If you're looking for that promotion or pay rise then you'll need
to be noticed by your employer, so here's a few tips to stand out
from the crowd:
Have a Friendly & Positive attitude towards Everyone you come
Provide Service and treat Everyone as your customer
Be Professional at all times
Always look for extra work, especially when others are ducking
for cover to avoid it
Watch what your colleagues are doing, copy from the ones who are
receiving praise for their efforts but learn to do it better than
them, while avoiding doing what your "lazier or negative"
colleagues are doing
Be a Thinker and offer suggestion on how to do things better and
Plan and follow your plan
Don't Procrastinate, do what needs to be done NOW!!
Think ahead, when ask to do A & B, do C as well
Anticipate the next question and provide the answer before you're
Dress and Act as if you were already in the position you want to
Go to lunch with successful people and learn from them
Don't be afraid to ask questions and ask for help
Avoid Office Politics
Be an Individual while being a team player
Learn everything about your company and products
Follow these tips and you won't need to ask for a promotion or
extra money, it will happen automatically.
Garry Munro is a successful consultant, speaker & coach.
Visit his web site for more articles at http://www.mindsalike.com.au
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