Knobull Provides Research Supported Guidance To Boost Career Success

By: Knobull
BOSTON - Sept. 19, 2022 - PRLog -- Lynn Bentley, who leads Knobull suggested, "After landing that prized new job based on your ability to present your skills and accomplishments successfully, congratulate yourself on a successful job search! Then, move on: formulating a plan to ensure you make a positive first impression! Succeeding in your new position is just as important—if not more important—as landing the job."

Recent research findings indicate that the decision to hire a new employee is based on relatively limited information: how you performed in the interview, and, in some cases, what your references said about you. Also, that your employer is going to be watching to ensure you demonstrate your skills effectively and that you're the right fit.

Once you start the job, make it a priority to gain the trust of your supervisor and your colleagues. That you establish positive relationships within your own department and outside of it, and ensure you are in a position to do your best work.

It's important to be the new employee who listens carefully, asks questions, and engages with coworkers. Remember, that everyone else has been in your position at one point, and most people are happy to help ensure a smooth transition for the new person on the job.

Identify star performers at your level and analyze what has made them successful in their roles. This can give you an idea of what skills, abilities, or accomplishments are valued at the organization. Also, ask other trusted colleagues for suggestions on ways to measure up to your supervisor's expectations. Then put your skill development plan into action!

Try to solve as many issues as possible on your own. If you do need to ask a question, preface it with the steps you've already taken to solve it on your own. Establish open communication channels with your supervisor and key team members. Develop positive working relationships with staff.

Do your best to ingratiate yourself into the organization's social happenings so you can get to know your colleagues on a personal level. Starting a new job can be exhausting, and if attending numerous group activities simply feels like too much, focus on the most important and/or required events.

If you have been on the job for some time and missed any of these suggestions, now is the time to add them to your routine. Practice these methods to boost long term success!

Bentley concluded, "Express your gratitude and maintain contact with any people, such as your references, who helped pave your way to this new job. Also, tap into the learning and career development tools provided by Knobull to keep you on the right track. These people will feel more invested in you the next time that you need their help if they can follow along as your career develops."
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