Many employees think that doing a good job at a particular task or series of tasks is all that it should take to prove to their manager that they are ready for and deserving of career advancement opportunities.
Doing a good job is just not enough these days.
When considering employees that managers want to invest in, managers look for employees who:
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1. Have the ability to take initiative without always being told what needs to be done.
2. Have an understanding that taking initiative is important, yet that also recognize when the manager should be consulted.
3. Are viewed as a valued and consistent resource to the team and to co-workers and clients.
4. Are diplomatic, even in uncomfortable or challenging situations.
5. Are able to get results, even under challenging circumstances.
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