How to work on your improvement program – By Talendrone

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In today’s professional world we believe if you are not re evaluating your growth every six months then you are lagging behind.

If you stay on and do nothing except work then it’s unlikely you’ll achieve your goals in the company unless you improve your performance considerably and yes though it does not sound good but it should be you . Some people compensate for underachievement at work by getting personal satisfaction
from hobbies or community activities. These activities may satisfy you, but they are unlikely to improve your job situation.
Consider improving your job performance, which will enhance your chances in the company, make you a more attractive candidate to other employers, and may renew your enthusiasm for your job. Gain the support and recognition of the powerful people in the company who affect your job. Take a clinical and hard-nosed look at how you’re dealing with the company’s political situation.

Improve your ability to play politics effectively, to deal with the personalities and motivations of the people who are important to your success. Don’t engage in backbiting, although some people have advanced themselves this way. Usually the people who are most critical of company politics are the people who don’t play politics well.

Harry Felton was a successful politician in his company, but he would say his success had nothing to do with company politics. He would say that he disliked them and didn’t consider himself effective in dealing with them. Nevertheless, he was universally respected for his ability and willingness to assist the many who sought his help.

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