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As you read every word of this article, you will be amazed how these simple concepts applied consistently are some of the ways you can multiply your value in the work environment and therefore be on your way to achieving your desired success. "Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future." John F. Kennedy Conventional wisdom of the past dictated that people were to go to school and get a good education, find a reputable company and by being loyal to it for 30 years or so, they would in return be provided with benefits, bonuses and a great pension plan. Job titles and labels were held dearly to one heart. The corner office with the large windows was a coveted prize. As we know that model is a thing of the past and today if your self worth is tied to your job title, you will find it extremely difficult when circumstances and events change. People are continuously remaking their careers and lives in order to multiply their value and stay current. That is, if they are aware enough to know which skills and attitudes they require in the 21st Century. In times of change, the learners will inherit the earth, while the knowers will find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists. Eric Hoffer What if you could multiply your value, by learning what these skills and attitudes are, and start applying them first thing Monday morning? The key to insuring your success comes down to multiplying your value and the following steps will help you do that. Think Outside the Box Today people who have learned to think outside the box and ask the question, "How can it be done for the greater good to all?" rather than spending time looking for ways and reasons why something cannot be done are a great asset to a workforce. Asking questions and looking to deliver better service may not always be appreciated at first, as it may cause some fear-based reactions in others. Initial negative reactions can be addressed with good communication skills. "We need men who can dream of things that never were." John F. Kennedy Develop Your Communication Skills Possessing good communication skills, as you already know, is one way to multiply your value. As you become genuinely interested in bringing good ideas to the forefront, you will notice bosses, managers, and owners appreciating folks who can express their thoughts and not be afraid to say what needs to be said, so long as one is coming from a place of adding service to others and not from ego. Communicating well is about being able to say what needs to be said, when it needs to be said, how it needs to be said and not being caught up in what others will think. This takes practice and an ongoing commitment to understanding others first and then seeking to be understood. This is definitely not about being the loudest and bulldozing through conversations. Develop Empowering Relationships Developing good communication skills will get you on your way to developing better relationships. Strong empowering relationships for all members involved are crucial to bringing projects to fruition, and seeing deadlines met. In order to multiply your value by developing these empowering relationships, be flexible, tolerant, accepting of others, and be able to take on new ideas even if they are not your own. As you continue to expand your horizons and see how we are truly all connected, in part due to the globalization of markets, it will be come apparent how it is vitally important to be able to interact with the various races and cultures, found in your work environment. Being able to understand the various perspectives and ways of doing things that exist make you a very valuable co-worker. Cultivate Cooperation Are you beginning to see that the spirit we need to cultivate within is the spirit of cooperation rather than the spirit of competition? People of value can cooperate and can think before they react to circumstances around them. This requires that you come to the work environment with good self worth and not take everything so personally. Too many individuals actually look for ways to be offended. Cooperation is generally thought of as being executed with others and in the spirit of accomplishing something good. However let’s take a moment to look at the other side of cooperation. Have you noticed yet, that at times, you are cooperating with yourself for something that is not so good? Are you per chance cooperating with yourself negatively, by imposing limitations on your level of development? You see, those limitations also need your cooperation to stay in place. Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, theyre yours. Richard Bach Take Responsibility As you absorb this information, you’ll realize that it is imperative that you take responsibility for your entire life and work experience, in order to greatly multiply your value. More than at any other time in history, we each need to take full responsibility for our life path and not leave it up to a job, to a corporation or to someone or something else. Businesses and companies are demanding people who can arrive to the work environment having already broken free from the mold and who demonstrate through their actions a willingness to develop to their full potential. If you want to earn more – you need to learn more. Little by little by developing personally, your leadership skills and qualities will augment. As you know already, the world has enough victims what it truly needs are leaders. Lead Yourself First Make no mistake leading yourself first is crucial before ever contemplating leading others successfully. As you lead yourself, you will experience increased feelings of satisfaction, and a knowing that you have the power within to navigate the changes and challenges you will face. You will feel more empowered and discover that your security comes from within and not from a job, a title or a company. Imagine and feel yourself standing tall, with a relaxed confidence, knowing that all is well. Learning to communicate well and fostering empowering relationships in order to develop a culture of cooperation will be well worth your time. These skills when intertwined with leadership of self, will allow you to multiply your value not only in the work and business environments but also in your life outside of work, thus assisting you greatly in ensuring your success. About the Author: Lynette Chartier, Life Style Mentor and Successful Entrepreneur, is helping many become the next success story. Whether you’re looking to create an extra few thousand dollars per month, be an ex-corporate executive, or the next millionaire Mom, Lynette can assist you to tap into a proven step by step plan, and create a second stream of income and greater peace of mind. For more information visit : Success Article Published On: ..articlesnatch.. – .work-Marketing 相关的主题文章: