Impressing you boss can be the key element of getting success in your career and if able to turn your boss as your fan, nothing can stop you. Followings are five points which can help you to crack the code
Invest In Your Own Development
If you feel you don’t have the skills to get ahead in your job, or you need some vocational skills to become to rise like a shining star, then investing your own time and energy in your own career is very important.
“Bosses love working with passionate team members. employees who are interested in what’s happening, that want to be involved in the company, have an entrepreneurial strength of mind, feel that they can give their point of view and make their comments in a positive way are always going to do well.
Be that person who is always available, always willing to help, always excited about the job you are getting.
Go beyond expectation
Offer ideas that maybe are not directly part of your job can be a great way to show you’re engaged in the business but only if you’re really sure of what you’re saying; if you believe passionately in what you’re trying to communicate, don’t be nervous, just go beyond expectation
Go beyond your KRA
“There’s no point using words like, ‘that’s not my job’ or, ‘I can’t do that’. Actually, doing anything and everything that anyone asked you to do, can be a great way to show that you’re a team player. You’re someone that can be relied upon, you’re someone that can be given more responsibility, and you’re part of the team.”