How To Boost Your Work Performance
Being the best that we can be in the workplace is an aim that most of us strive to achieve. With so much to learn and with work processes ever evolving, how can you stay ahead of the curve and really boost your work performance?
In this article, we’ll take a look at three ways that you can do just that. Whether this is through goal setting or planning, boosting your work performance need not be an arduous task, after all, if the process of self-improvement is to be successful it has to be by a means that you can stick to and work towards.
Let's kick off the list with point number one…
1). The devil really is in the detail
It was once said that by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. Whilst that may sound a little stark, there is an element of truth in this expression. Walking into a situation without a plan will almost always result in a performance or situation that may not be as optimised as it could have been. Good planning allows you to analyse a situation and gives you the opportunity to scope out potential challenges and come up with ways and means to really deliver a great end result. Good planning also allows you a framework to work towards.
2). Be the completer
This point is all about getting the job done. It’s easy to procrastinate and to leave jobs half finished, however, if this pattern of work is sustained it can lead to you being overwhelmed by your tasks. If possible it’s beneficial to finish a task or project in its entirety before moving onto the next. Finishing tasks promptly are both motivating and satisfying and can lead to a more positive outlook on your work. Having multiple tasks incomplete at any one time is going to be demotivational and lead to other projects being rushed or not completed.
3). Don’t be afraid to receive criticism
It’s important to learn from our mistakes, that's why it is important to learn from constructive criticism and to take on board advice given to you. You will not get a different result if you keep doing things the same way. Ensure that you try different approaches and take on the advice given to you. Learning from our mistakes is one of the most effective ways of improving and if you actively action feedback given to you, you are more likely than not to see instant improvements.
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