How To Be a Success In Your Career Development
We’ve all been there, stuck in a rut, feeling like our daily routine is becoming more and more of that typical ‘routine’ than ever before. But few of us realize that to avoid getting caught up with our daily routines we have to stretch our potential and take on new activities that challenge and push us to try out things that we wouldn’t necessarily choose to do ourselves. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of three different things you should consider pushing towards your manager (or onto your employees if you’re looking for a way to increase productivity and push your employees towards progression).
Training Courses and qualifications
It goes without saying that in 2016 competition for jobs is probably fiercer than it’s ever been before. Whether it’s fighting for those university places, or, it’s that promotion that you and your colleague are both up against. The one thing that sets you apart from your obvious work effort and ability to work hard, is the qualifications that you have. Suggesting courses to your managers that can impact you is a great way of showing your boss how determined you are to get ahead.
Even more so if it’s something that can affect them and the business. Taking on specific courses that are relevant to the field of work that you’re in can benefit you massively. With the rise in marketing and the importance of IT a course that is based around analytics could be of excellent use to you. This would also be of great interest to your managers so would be sure to go down well! Places like Global Knowledge Network offer courses that you can do in your spare time which would be a great place to improve your skills and develop.
When you’ve had a bad day or hit a brick wall in your working week it’s so easy to start to become negative, thinking that you can’t do something, or that something isn’t possible, in fact this tends to be one of the first things we start to do. When in reality, are we jumping ahead and not looking at the ways we can turn around a situation around. Simply talking to members in our team can help us turn around a situation. It’s important to not be negative and remember that asking for support isn’t a bad thing!
One of the most important things, and potentially one of the most spoken about topics in the media at the moment when it comes to health and safety is around balancing your work with your lifestyle. We can all get caught up trying to meet deadlines and grab that promotion that we sacrifice key things such as socializing and doing things with our friends after work.