Knobull Helps Propel Career Growth Forward

By: Knobull
BOSTON - March 28, 2024 - PRLog -- Lynn Bentley, President of Knobull pointed out, "Smart work is often just as effective as — if not more so than — hard work, especially in large companies.

Through experience, you can realized that the belief that promotions are reserved only for workaholics is a myth that needs to be debunked. You are able to climb the ladder by putting smart to work."

Capture daily impact

For many of us, our jobs on a day-to-day basis are composed of mini-actions rather than really big projects.

Spend 30 seconds each day capturing a screenshot of the most impactful thing you did, and store these screenshots in a folder.

1. Prioritize key metrics

Rather than attempting to excel in every single task, prioritize what truly matters in your job. Focus on your role's key metrics.

This regular check-in is vital because company priorities can shift rapidly, and you want to ensure that you're always working on impactful tasks that can lead to succes.

Also employ a framework called "start, stop, and continue" to ensure work is aligned with your manager's expectations. Every month, make sure you're receiving actionable steps.

2. Quantify your contributions

Not only is keeping track of all of your contributions crucial, but quantifying the impact of all your achievements.

However, since you've accumulated and documented hundreds of small achievements throughout the year, you can add them all up to calculate the time or money saved.

3. Make Yourself Regularly Visible

Periodically communicate your achievements to your team and leadership. It's essential to make your successes known.

Work to highlight contributions; for example, create a Slack channel exclusively with the leadership team, for weekly updates on accomplishments.

Also blog on the company site about team achievements every month and scheduled quarterly meetings with leadership to review work.

4. Follow-up consistently

After highlighting your achievements, the next step is to engage in consistent follow-up and embrace a mindset of continual improvement.

Building strong internal relationships is also key. Periodic check-ins with your manager will help keep your progress and career aspirations on their radar.

This approach works

How you package and present your work to leadership when seeking recognition is as important as the work itself, and this technique can help you efficiently do so.

Employ a clever approach to describe effective and efficient strategies that allow success without overextending. For further help, tap the Knobull menu bars and submit your request at the Contact page.

Bentley concluded, "These ideas of working less can initially feel like laziness, but it's important to remember that having some free time or focusing on fewer, high-impact tasks is not laziness — it's working smarter."
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