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A huge goal for most people is to reach a certain point in their career where they can do work that truly matters to them. For many people, getting to this point involves getting promoted. This is a very daunting task, especially when competition gets stiff. However, there are many ways to get noticed at work and increase your chances of getting the position you really want. Here’s how to snag that next promotion at work.
Share your ideas and opinions.
A sure-fire way to get noticed by your boss and other high-level employees in your company is to bring your great ideas to the table. Many employees have ideas that could really help the company succeed, but are too scared to bring them up for fear that they won’t be viewed favorably. However, in order to take that next step in your career, you have to take a risk. By clearly and respectfully stating an idea or opinion on the company’s work at your next meeting, you’ll gain tons of respect, and your boss will start to see you in a new light.
Be pleasant to work with.
Bosses want to promote people that they enjoy working with. If you come in every day with a great attitude, are nice to talk to, and don’t create unnecessary drama, this can go a long way towards getting a promotion. A boss will consider promoting you if you are someone they know they can count on to get the job done without complaint, and who works well with other people. This is especially important in a fast-paced environment, where it’s easy for personalities to clash.
Look for ways to take on more responsibility.
In order for your boss to grant you more responsibility, you need to show them that you can handle it. Look out for opportunities to take on extra work, and if things seem slow, don’t hesitate to ask if there’s anything that needs doing. This not only will show your boss that you are a hard worker and that you are eager to learn, but also that you are comfortable taking initiative and won’t need to be told what to do all the time if you are given more responsibility.
Have great time management skills.
It may seem like a no-brainer, but always getting your work done on time is a huge key to succeeding in any industry. You’ll get more done if you are consistently on top of things, so be sure to invest in a planner (or use the one on your phone), and take notes of everything you are asked to do. If you know you won’t be able to get a task finished on time, be sure to go to your boss as soon as you realize the problem and offer up a possible solution. This will show them that you can take responsibility for your work, even when it isn’t perfect – something that definitely proves you’re ready for a promotion.