Layoff? No Promotions? How to shine in work?
Shine and Sustain at work
Expectation of IT company is, to start with, the resources should be a quick learner, adaptable to the situation, a good team player with flexibility. He or She should have interest to learn new things and implement in their work.
The team member should be shrewd enough to take ownership and drive the tasks. On a regular basis he / she should portrait their capability to his / her leaders. So for that you should be active in the project or the role you are playing and keep on proving your presence.
All the companies are working based on the Time and Money. By your smart work, you were able to provide value adds to minimize time and money, you are one of the successful candidate.
Tips for beginners:
- As soon as you get into a corporate, have some time to settle
- Spend some time to understand the companies process
- Learn your roles and responsibilities
- Understand what is the expectation from you
- You can always reach out to your leaders for any clarifications
- Once you are settled, slowly start your work
- Once you get the confidence and grip on your project, start owning the tasks / activities
- Start taking responsibilities
- Think to see whether you can bring in any new ideas which can save time to perform any tasks
- Keep updating yourself on the new tools and techniques
Tips for Experienced Resources:
- Improve your communication skills. When you grow up, the expectation about your communication (both verbal and written) is very high
- Leadership activities. Improve your leadership skills. You need to manage multiple teams and team members.
- You will need to manage conflicts, judge resources skills, apprise them, motivate, coach and train them
- Multi Project Management: You will need to manage multiple projects at a same time and successfully complete it.
Basically what corporate expects is, the resource who can bring in value add to reduce time and generate money.
If you follow these tips or already following, you are safe in the industry.