As we build our career, society teaches us a similar theme: success relies on persistent hard work. In that scenario, there is rarely place for deliberate disengagement.
But what if there is? What if giving up is the good thing to do?
You secured the job of your dreams. You know your role and the company’s expectations. You’re ready! Or, so you think.
You still need to figure out workplace etiquette, including those unwritten rules that exist in every company.
We’re in the home stretch now. Spring approaches. Soon, long summer, warm summer nights, and extended vacations will re-energize you.
But what can you do until then? How can you get over the hump? For starters, try boosting your level of career motivation.
When it comes to career advancement, it would seem that fortune favors the boisterous: those people (you know the ones!).
While there are absolutely benefits to projecting confidence and assertiveness at work, that doesn’t mean those who are more introverted don’t have a particular set of skills that, while quieter, can be leveraged just as successfully for career success…
Today, more than ever before, a job has become a transitory thing. After all, a volatile economy has changed they way we think about our career and our future.
So does that mean loyalty is a thing of the past?
It should come as no surprise that, for many of us, tomorrow’s workplace will be a digital workplace. After all, in many ways that future already exists.
If you still want to gaze into a crystal ball for what the future of look might look like, however, take a long, hard look at this infographic from Gartner…