Habits of Highly Effective Employees
Take the process of development and learning seriously. Don’t let anybody tell you what to do or remind you of an important task. Maintain and check notes of your activities to stay ahead of your work.
When there is a problem or a delay in your task, don’t waste your time giving excuses to your boss; Fix it instead. This shows you are solution-oriented and buys extra relationship currency from your boss.
An effective employee should carry themselves in a manner which is professional, yet not cold or withdrawn.
Most effective employees keep themselves up to date with functional trends, industry knowledge and technological advancements.
Effective employees understand the importance of taking a break. Although just a few minutes long, taking a break can refresh your mind. Preventing burnout and helping refine rough ideas.
Keeping a personal schedule no matter how sparse can help you organize your day and tasks, completing them and giving time for revisions and edits where necessary.