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Growing At Work: How To Get Promoted [Video]

Last updated September 26, 2020

Every day at work will bring different challenges and opportunities. You'll interact with new customers, face a variety of situations, and learn how to meet the needs and goals of your workplace. Here are some tips to help you adapt and grow at work so you can nab that promotion!

Maintain a positive attitude! 

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Focus on the bright side of difficult situations and you'll find work enjoyable with more positive things happening.

Accept that change is constant. 

By accepting and embracing change at work you'll demonstrate your nimbleness and be better prepared for new and different procedures, situations, and tasks.

Become a lifelong learner. 

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You will be learning constantly on the job. Be open to - or even seek out - additional training, workshops, and certificates to increase your potential and value in the workplace.

Teamwork makes the dream work. 

It's important to focus first on your individual tasks, but, remember that collaboration is critical in any job, so always pitch in to help your colleagues with their work, too.

Embrace problem-solving.

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When you identify a problem at work, think about a solution. Don't focus on what's wrong, instead, focus on how you can make it right.

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