Improving your performance at work shouldn’t be something you only think about when your review is coming up. You should constantly seek ways to become better at your job. We’ve come up with 4 tips to help you.
- Get Organized. With the volume of texts, emails and everything else, it can be challening to stay on top of your work load. Priorititze urgent items, put other items on a to-do list and delete junk.
- Delegate. Stop trying to multi-task all the time and learn to say no. If you feel overworked, speak with your boss about helping balance your responsibilies.
- Stay Focused. Most industries are constantly on the move and evolving. Everyone wants to be more productive, more efficient, and greener. That means staying on top of changing trends within the industry.
- Try some humility. Most career advice seems to encourage relentless self-promotion. But Orville Pierson, author of The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search, says it’s better to avoid strings of hyped-up adjectives and instead to describe your accomplishments simply, without embellishment.