How often in our profession do we get to say “I love my own job & working place as well”? Well, I can honestly say that I love my job, because what I do is try and help other people love their jobs. That, for me, it’s truly thrilling.
It’s also an exciting time to be working in my industry, digital, where a new reality is emerging: Work is no longer a place. This has made a huge difference in how people not only experience their careers, but also in how they live their lives.
1. Craft your personal brand
Think of the mental shortcuts for implementation, we all use to make sense of people we don’t know well. The digital artist, the crack coder, so the personal brand is growing in importance, as managers seek people with the right characteristics for grilled fluid projects and teams. Think of your own personal brand this way: When somebody puts you for the first time, what do you want them to think? What do you bring to their table? How do you want to be remembered?
Only one way is personal branding, if once you’ve identified your own personal you can deliver their requirement on it consistently then place it in relevant blogs, live conferences and meetups.
2. Focus on the 20%:
Have you ever analyzed how much of what you do has a genuine impact? There is a biggest difference between progress and motion. In this increasingly gives results-based economy, impact is more important than ever.
As I mentioned before how do you distinguish between progress and motion? So each situation is different, but applying a framework to force prioritization is a foremost step. Roughly your 20% of the effort gets 80% of the result.
3. Prioritize your job
Hope you have attended many interviews and exposed into multiple offers, just analyze the job role and your convenience before getting into job. If you loved your taken job you will surely shine
4. Evolve yourself every day
In this technological era, the demand for skills is changing fast. No matter how experienced you are, you need to be nimble. So sharp your existing skills up to these fast moving trends.
5. Articulate solutions, not problems
Don’t fed up if any problem arises, the problem won’t eats you at all. Try to face it with courage, Find the loops to solve your problems with in short time; Don’t ever postpone your issues. They will grab your peace.
It is good to flag problems early. But successful people proactively find a solution.
6. Think outside the box
This is for you entrepreneurship. While building your business, you no longer need to limit yourself in a boundary to candidates within 50 miles or so of your office. We now have fresh ways to integrate your multiple talents. you can think much more expansively. Do you only need a few hours a week of design? Consider hiring that talented part-time professionals
7. Build a high-performance culture
how to build a great culture with your virtual or blended team? if you are a good manager, here is a trick: Take the very best practices you have for face-to-face management strategies and implement them in spades. Here are a few examples:
a. Write down crisp, performance-based objectives with clear, written deadlines
b. Check in frequently
c. Give clear feedback and rewards
d. Treat virtual team members as kindly as people in your office
At my company we use practices like these to manage all of our team members, especially those who join us every day from around the world.