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First Impressions: How Observation Will Help You Fit with New Company Culture

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First Impressions: How Observation Will Help You Fit with New Company Culture

  1. 1. N E W T O T H E J O B ? F I R S T I M P R E S S I O N S M A K E A S P L A S H I N Y O U R N E W W O R K P L A C E D A V I D B I S H O P
  2. 2. Everyone will have a "first day on the job", and there are social cues that we should always follow in order to fully jump right into our new professional spaces.
  3. 3. Think about what you can give.
  4. 4. If you're networking or meeting a new group of people, it an be tempting to talk only about what your goals. But resist this urge. Learn about what others want, and foster a collaborative atmosphere by contributing your skills to those goals. It will come back to you!
  5. 5. Take social cues from others.
  6. 6. Every company is different. Never assume you just know the company culture. Observe, and follow the leads of the more established. Don't call someone by a name they didn't ask you to use, and outside of handshakes don't assume physical contact is okay. Learn the boundaries, and stay within them.
  7. 7. Stay humble.
  8. 8. Work for every inch; never coast by on your natural ability alone. If you've just started a position, you shouldn't be asking for a raise. Even if you solved a problem or met all expectations in your first few weeks ... remember that was what you were hired to do in the first place.
  9. 9. Keep it positive.
  10. 10. Workplace gossip is never really worth it. When you come to a disagreement with a coworker (and that's a good thing­ controlled conflict shows minds approaching a situation from different angles) be respectful and take the high road.
  11. 11. You don't need to roam the sidelines forever. Eventually, you'll ask for a raise or a new office! But when you're new to a situation, observation is one of your best tools.

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