A question for supervisors, vice presidents, and managers.?
I would prefer only answers from those who hold the above position, as this is a serious question. Thanks. On to my question. I work in a very large environment, a call center actually. I know that people like me to them, (newly employed) are a dime a dozen. I need to know how to stand out, and increase my chances of holding a position greather than the one in which I have now. For example, a supervisor, or someone with authority. Experience, I know is key. But, what are some other ways I can increase my chances of moving up in a large workplace? I have some ideas, but I want to hear yours. Thanks in advance.
Asked By: keith - 9/26/2008
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be reliable-show up on time every day and call off only if absolutely necessary... More
Answered By: wisdominknowledge - 9/27/2008
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One big thing - when problems arise, be a problem solver - and let your supervisor know that you are, but without being "in your face" about it.
Answered By: Judy - 9/26/2008
Execute your basic responsibilities efficiently and effectively, but also go beyond that by offering and implementing ideas to make the work easier to be able to do more with less. Be professional and learn to speak your mind diplomatically and defend your positions with facts and data. Focus on customer satisfaction... More
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