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How to Succeed at Your New Job

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How to Succeed at Your New Job Always strive to make the right impression. It can determine your success or failure in the career path you’ve chosen.

Ready to work for your new company? It isn’t all about tasks and projects. When it comes to beginning a new job, it is important to learn how to get along with your new colleagues as well, as you will be getting things done together as a team.

Instead of using your break periods carelessly, figure out how your performance can be a real help to the team you are working with. Use your strengths to gain the respect of those who are hesitant to accept you into their group.

Here are some things you may want to consider:

1. Ask for help.

There’s nothing wrong in asking for help, as long as you don’t come across as clueless. You have to exert effort to have access to knowledge and resources without asking for guidance.

Demonstrate your competence and create an impression that you want to accomplish things the right way in order to meet others’ expectations.

2. Always take the initiative.

Be proactive and purposeful, as much as you can. Learn how the company’s priorities align together with your goals in order to accomplish what you need to in the right timeframe. Don’t just sit and wait for someone to do the job if you know you can handle it yourself.

3. Use that one chance to make a positive impression. Keep in mind that your first day will be representative for the company in the long run. Of course, it may determine whether you can fulfill the role successfully. Figure out what impression you want to leave and speak accordingly as soon as you walk in.

4. Remember that you are starting off fresh.

You can act as if you were starting work for your previous company. You have to adapt to the new working environment and adjust to your colleagues professionally. Build trust, goodwill and friendship with the people around you for a smooth transition.

Though being the new kid on the block may not be the best feeling in the world, you must do everything you can to fulfill your role, exceptionally. In that way, you can prove to your employer that they didn’t make the wrong decision in hiring you.

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Alan Carniol

Alan is the creator of Interview Success Formula, a training program that has helped more than 40,000 job seekers to ace their interviews and land the jobs they deserve. Interviewers love asking curveball questions to weed out job seekers. But the truth is, most of these questions are asking about a few key areas. Learn more about how to outsmart tough interviewers by watching this video.