Learning a new job is usually the first step you have to undertake when getting into the rhythm of your new employment. But once you have established your routine, how do you become visible and get noticed on a regular basis?
Here are some strategies for the workplace:
If you show up at work and get things done, whatever you’re accomplishing should have some value. Essentially, if you help people out when they need assistance, then people will help you out. Meaningful contribution isn’t just good for the company, it’s good for you.
Build a network
Whenever you’re spending a significant amount of time with a group, relationships are part of the deal. If you take the time to build and nurture relationships with the people around you, you’ll build a network of “allies”. Go into it with an open mind, and make an effort to join groups or work associations.
If you implement a few unique strategies, you’ll find yourself not only happier at work, but more valued.
What are some other ways for you to get noticed in a new job?
by Carole Marinier, Monthly blogger for Agilec