Point 1: Take the initiative to report and make conclusions first
Work reporting is an essential skill for most professionals.
Don't expect a leader or boss to know how much work you do.
According to the 80/20 rule, reporting takes up 20% of your time, but the report determines whether 80% of your work results can be seen by the leader. Moreover, there is no leader who does not like to send out tasks that can get feedback in a timely manner, and the leader must not report without asking.
The second point: solve the problem and directly attack the essence
Those with strong problem-solving ability must have one characteristic;
Encountering a problem is not to start the door, but to think about the nature of the problem, analyze the real cause of the problem, and discuss with the leader and unify the conclusion before solving it.
The third point: self-attribution, continuous growth
Psychologist Weiner believes that ability, effort, task difficulty, luck (opportunity), physical and mental state, and external environment are six factors that explain success or failure.
Different ways of attribution determine our emotions and subsequent behaviors.
Point 4: Be curious and expand your boundaries
Many business elites maintain a curiosity and a strong thirst for knowledge.
The promotion of curiosity and the intake of knowledge go hand in hand.
Cultivate your curiosity:
1. Be open to new things.
2. Dare to break the original thinking mode and not be constrained by traditional rules and regulations.
3. Maintaining curiosity in a field for a long time will help you become a master in a certain field.
Fifth point: Clear planning and efficient execution
- Life without a plan is like walking in a fog;
- Without a career plan, there is no direction for success;
- In the workplace, if there are no rules for doing things, you will be in a mess.
Sixth point: controllable emotions and strong stress resistance
The most important thing for self-cultivation in the workplace is to manage your emotions. The workplace is not a campus, and no one is obliged to accommodate your emotions.
Distinguish the boundaries of communication in different scenarios in the workplace. Only when the other party’s standpoint is in advance, and then communicate with the core of problem solving, can we cooperate better with others.
Emotions can be a way to facilitate your problem-solving, and venting in moderation is all it takes.