Network and Take Initiative to Get Noticed in the Workplace

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

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New employees may have to go to great lengths to get noticed by their supervisors. Once they've settled into a regular routine, they may forget that their current positions are only the beginning of their careers. When new opportunities arise within a company, employers may often look internally first to see if any current staff will be suitable for these positions. Professionals can make sure they are doing all they can to show their worth by following these tips in the office.

As simple as it sounds, a winning personality can help advance a person's career. Networking with other professionals definitely helps in the corporate sector. One way to successfully network is to engage in conversation with other staff members, whether they're above, below or on the same level within the company's hierarchy.

Don't be afraid to fix methods that don't seem to be working in the office. Sometimes the standard procedure may not be the most effective way to do things. New employees can show their initiative and impress their bosses with their innovative thinking.

Those looking for the fundamental education they need to start a business career may benefit from the Business Administration Management program at Reeves College where they can implement their go-getter attitude in the classroom while preparing for the workforce. To begin, fill out the form on the right.


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