Monday, December 26, 2011

Attitude

Never try hiding mistakes that you have made at work. You will only be more embarrassed if somebody else discovers them.


Enthusiasm

If you are enthusiastic about your job, the work load becomes easier and lighter. There is also more accuracy and speed.


Friday, December 23, 2011

Networking

Meeting people who work in your prospective field can give you valuable insight into what life is like in that career.


Resignation

When you decide to resign, your superior must be the first one to know. Discuss it with friends and co-workers later on.



Motivation

Condition your mind
Condition your body
Avoid negative people
Seek out the similarly motivated
Have goals–but remain flexible
Act with a higher purpose
Take responsibility for your own results
Stretch past your limits on a daily basis
Don't wait for perfection; do it now!
Celebrate your failures
Don’t take success too seriously
Avoid weak goals
Treat inaction as the only real failure
Think before you speak


Source: Inc.



Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Probationary Period

Get Accustomed to the New Situation:
Follow what your mentor say:
Present yourself with full enthusiasm:
Be punctual at work:
Setup a strategy:

Source: SiliconIndia

Public Speaking

When speaking , the emphasis on the right word is a skill. Wrong emphasis can make people understand different things.


Research

Before you decide on a specific new career choice,  do some research on the job so you know what you're getting into.


Monday, December 19, 2011

E-Mail

Your e-mail alias, your subject line, and your content all have to be clear and appear appropriate to your recipient.


Interview

Dishonesty in your answers will lead to trouble, no doubt. You should be honest in your interviewing.


Thursday, December 15, 2011

Energy

If you are enthusiastic about your work, then you will have the ability to rub this energy off on your entire team.


Attitude

If you are aware that your boss's superiors like graphs and analysis, then prepare such presentations for your boss.


Attire

Dress in appropriate business attire while at work. A two piece suit for both men and women is the safest choice.


Graphical Resume

In your resume, avoid using graphics unless you are in a creative field. It is safe to use a border and shading.


Thursday, December 8, 2011

Responsibility

Try to keep a journal of all the behaviors that you might think are unethical, unprofessional of your boss.


Stress

Be alert while at work. If you have a crisis in your hands, be calm and composed. Avoid unnecessary drama at work.


Growth

To achieve your goals, make the use of technology, information skills and practical tools to get the solutions.


Resume

In your resume summary, always provide information about major certifications, training, IT skills or education.


Attitude

If  your boss has a difficult management style, it doesn't mean you have to take it, respond with professionalism


Monday, December 5, 2011

Team Handling

Learning better communication skills is to ease and improve your relationships with management and coworkers.


Negotiation

Be aware of salary ranges and structures in other companies to be confident while negotiating your own salary.


Network

Your network of contacts will be most helpful when there is a problem or an opportunity. Grow your network.


Sunday, December 4, 2011

Attitude

Think positively at all times. Maintain mental discipline by not allowing thoughts of failure into your head.


Attire

Dress in a manner that your position calls for. A well-groomed look with ironed attire is always impressive