This infographic from Cathrine’s Career Corner runs down ten innovative ways to impress your employer with your creative leadership skills.
From identifying potential problems or bottlenecks to taking notes and acceptable risks, it’s in here…
Have you ever reached the end of the day and felt like you didn’t accomplish anything? Maybe you find yourself scrambling to finish last minute tasks before calling it a day?
If so, you aren’t alone. Most of us try to cram too much into every day. And in many cases, our rigid task lists, calendars and work habits work against real accomplishment and creativity.
During your career, sooner or later, you’ll have to create something no one in your company has ever considered. You will need to think outside the proverbial box.
The key to thinking outside of the box is to force your brain to work in ways totally unfamiliar – maybe even scary – to you. Here are a few tips to help shake up your marbles – and see what incredible ideas fall out:
Conforming to a corporate culture is often an integral part of successful career growth. As workers and contributors to a business, we have to speak the language and innately know a company, in order to achieve both personal and professional goals. Yet, how much of our creative and true selves do we lose in the process?