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01TAKE ON MORE RESPONSIBILITY Always
be willing to take on extra tasks and responsibilities in the workplace. Not only does this allow you to develop your skills, it shows your colleagues and managers that you have the initiative to progress.
02 It’s important to set
your goals clearly - not just for yourself but also to your manager or mentor. This way you have a clear idea in your mind, and your manager will be able to get behind you and offer support in progressing. OUTLINE YOUR GOALS
02 Try making a list
of goals and then discuss them with your mentor or manager. They may be able to offer advice to refine these goals. OUTLINE YOUR GOALS
03 When aiming to progress,
it can often be helpful to have role model to emulate - someone who sets a good example in their management style. Selecting a manager or senior member of your organisation will make it easier for you to learn how to progress within your particular environment. HAVE A ROLE MODEL
04 Being up to date
on the current events in your industry can be a valuable tool in making yourself as valuable as possible to the business. The better you are at your job as well as your knowledge of the industry will add more value to you personally, increasing the chance of you progressing. READ AROUND YOUR WORK
04 Make sure you keep
up to speed on the industry news, the actions of competitors and also the general goings on within the organisation. READ AROUND YOUR WORK
The way you work with
your colleagues can play a vital role in whether or not you can progress to management. Knowing your peers and their individual personalities will not only help you work better as a cohesive unit, it will also mean a better working relationship if you do progress to be a leader. BE MINDFUL OF YOUR COLLEAGUES 05
06 It’s important to always
keep an eye out for any positions of leadership within projects or tasks that are happening within your department. This will show senior staff that you are prepared to take on the responsibility to lead, as well as developing your skills for management. LOOK FOR LEADERSHIP ROLES
06 Spearheading projects is a
great way to develop your management skills, especially in planning, communication and problem solving. LOOK FOR LEADERSHIP ROLES
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