How to succeed at your job (part 1)
Having a job is one thing and succeeding at it is another. We’re in such an unstable time where job security is a thing of the past. Even with the uncertainty, there are still ways you need to follow to succeed at your job. Succeeding at your job requires the following:
Always show consideration for other people’s situation, needs, feelings and perceptions. Try to understand what it’s like to walk in their shoes. By doing this, you increase their motivation, improve the working environment and raise the productivity level you’re supposed to wear these qualities to work every day.
It’s the ability to adapt, adjust and advance, in an environment driven by economic difficulty and downsizing, rigid and reactive employees are often the first to be made reluctant or fired.
Learn to roll with the punches. When the winds of change blow, flexible people bend rather than break. They live to stand again, and even get promoted.
Start seeing yourself and the world around you with a sense of enjoyment. Refuse to take yourself too serious, look for the humour hidden in life’s’ serious moments and you’ll find it. People who are dispensers of misery just drag people/everybody down. A good sense of humour improves things and makes the work place better for everybody.
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