You landed the job. Congrats!
They execute and reflect on their plans and goals established on day one
Reflect on the goals you initially created at the onset of your new position.
“Whatever you sold them on in the interview, make it your mission to demonstrate that you’re going to do it,” Amanda Augustine, career advice expert for TopResume, previously told Business Insider.
Examine how your goals have changed and how you can improve your workflow in order to get more done and become the version of yourself you wanted to be on day one.
They become invaluable to team members and coworkers
Three months is enough time to learn the lay of the land, and make it clear to your coworkers how much you have to offer. Augustine previously told Business Insider that starting in your first week, you should be showing up to meetings and conversations and establishing your expertise to become a go-to person on your team.
They find a way to resolve any frustrations that impact their team
Annabel Action, founder of Never Liked it Anyway, shared a few tricks for creative problem-solving with The Muse, including starting with small projects, banning your go-to solutions, and even asking yourself “What would my hero do?”
“Considering how Willy Wonka would solve a packaging challenge, how Coco Chanel would tackle a communications issue, and how Salvador Dali would take on streamlining a supply Read More Here