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Sep 1, 2012 Ξ Comments are off

Let your actions do the talking

posted by Tenneti

Actions speak better than words. Let your work, skills and abilities speak volumes about you and take you higher to reach your career goals. Yet, this is not an easy task. Here are some steps that can guide you through the process of letting your abilities do the talk.

Research the field of operation. Learn more about you current job. Every job is associated with many tips and tricks that you need to learn and share with others. Keep an eye on the latest technological advances in your field and be updated about implementing technology to improve your work and productivity.

Look at the next career advance. You must clearly chalk a career path well in advance. Once you have a keen eye on the technological advances, you can easily identify what lies ahead in your path. This helps you get a clear picture about your future prospects in your current field of operation.

Master the skills necessary to advance. Gear yourself even before the competition sets its eye on the skills that are necessary to move further. Change is rampant in almost all fields due to technology and hence it is imperative for you to master new skills to stay ahead in the race.

Showcase your expertise in your current job. Even before you try to be a jack-of-all-trades, be the master of your current job. You can gain expertise in your current job mostly by applying your creativity and experimenting with your work. You should be experienced enough to understand the risks involved with experiencing and tread carefully to avoid disastrous consequences. Becoming an expert is not merely enough. Learn to promote your expertise by helping others and involving in activities such as training, coaching and mentoring.

Get recognized as a responsible and reliable employee. Apart from expertise, employees look in for a great amount of dedication towards the organization. Let your boss recognize the fact that you are a reliable employee and have a concern towards reaching organizational goals, you are sure to be the first one in the consideration list for any future promotions, perks or incentives.

Show your interest in learning new things related to the job. You must also have a penchant for mastering new things. Along with the skills that are necessary for advancing in your career, you also need to garner some cross-functional experience and an attitude to learn more about the picture as a whole. Do not hesitate to ask questions and try your hand at other functions. This can help you in the long run as you try to reach a managerial position. Showcase your knowledge in performing additional duties.

Never wait for the opportunity to put in extra effort. Express your readiness to try something new. Seize the opportunities as they arise. Volunteer to help complete any pending work in case of deadline even if requires additional time and effort from you. This can help you reach the acclaimed set of outstanding employees who care more for the success of the organization as a whole. Likewise, keenly observe the potential areas for improvement and pitch in your ideas to ensure that productivity is improved. Strive hard to better the relationships within the team. Showcase a tinge of leadership qualities that helps you gain some experience and exposure at the same time.

Understand the significance of feedback. You cannot run the show unless you know the perception of the audience. There are many other factors such as biases that might stop you short from getting recognition. However, seeking adequate feedback helps you understand your rate of growth. Sometimes, it might also direct you for a change when your efforts go unnoticed for a longer period of time. Hence, stay in regular touch with your manager and seek feedback. Focus on getting feedback from the entire team.

You will soon realize that we practice most of the steps everyday, yet with a lack of proper objectives or goals. Hence, act today and let your actions speak and enhance your confidence at the same time.

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