Do you have a desire to have a long-term career with your company? Are you interested in climbing the corporate ladder? If so, you need to set yourself apart and show that you're all in and that you'll be an asset to the company. But first of all, you need to be noticed by the decision makers. Here are some tips on how to get noticed by the higher-ups: Solve problemsWhen you see an issue that costs the company money or takes more time than it should, come up with specific solutions to save money and time.
At the management level, you know that there will be projects doomed to failure. Knowing when to throw in the towel versus knowing how to give CPR is the skill that sets you apart. These are the three methods experienced project managers (PM) use to turn things around. Review the ProjectIf assuming a point position after the project has hit a snag, the PM will typically arrange meetings with the former lead manager.
Your office is filled with people, each one wanting to climb the corporate ladder just as much as you do. Unfortunately, there's only so much room on each rung--you need an edge. Here are 12 ways you can stand out among your fellow employees: Listen to others. Zip your lips and let your ears do the work. This trait is so rare, it alone will help you stand out. Don't waste air space.