How to be the office MVP

If you want to the most valuable person in your office, there can’t be any slacking. To be your team’s Tom Brady, here are some things to think about…

Keep your finger on the pulse: Industries change, so you need to be ready and able to adapt. The people around you will change, the work environment may change, and trends within the industry will change as well. Always keep learning more about your work and take advantage of any free training or higher education opportunities. The more you know, the higher your value will be to the company.

Stay organized: You gotta get things done. If you’re working on too many tasks at once, you’ll be tied up for a long time and won’t get anything accomplished. Focus on the most important things and put those at the top of your to-do list.

Be two moves ahead: You may not come up with a new and exciting way of doing things on a daily basis, but if you train yourself to think outside the box, you will naturally innovate. Hopefully this way of thinking rubs off on the team.

Keep your eyes on the prize: You’ll never reach any goals or be as successful as you want to be if you don’t visualize how you’re going to get there. Keep pushing ahead when obstacles arise and find a way to succeed. Don’t give up when failures happen. Learn from mistakes and let them make you a better employee.

John Pettit

John Pettit

John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. Using news, community posts, press releases, jobs and events, he keeps the credit union movement digitally informed throughout the day. Web: www.cuinsight.com Details

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