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We all think we have it together at work. But then something happens—an annoying co-worker, a failed project, a company restructuring—that makes us, well, act a bit out of our element. Because otherwise, we could cost ourselves our reputation, a promotion, or even our jobs. Yes, these may sound basic, but take note—immature moves could change the way people perceive you, and determine whether you actually succeed in your career or come out looking like an uncontrollable .
Be on time in the morning, to meetings, to presentations, to company all-hands, to off-sites—early if possible. Your boss gives you an asment, or asks you to chip in on something, or wants you to attend a meeting.
Do it and do it well—because they asked, and because not doing it or doing it poorly will only hurt you in the long run. Be kind, honest, and patient with them. Along those same lines, avoid gossip. Along those same lines, respect your co-working space and those dirty dishes. Real adults take these moments in stride. And as a result, they are the ones recognized for doing the grunt work and are rewarded as such.
Patterns of early adult work and postsecondary participation among individuals with high-incidence disabilities: a longitudinal person-centered analysis
Your career, for better or worse, will never be truly stagnant. People will change, your job will change, your company will change, your interests will change.
Change, mishaps, failure, they all make you a stronger, wiser, more exciting person. You can wallow for a bit yes, even with a tub of ice creambut then pick yourself up and keep trying.
Adults know that they have to own their career to thrive in it, even if that means failing over and over again. Practice being resilient in everything you do, and people will never doubt your maturity and potential. Always be learning from yourself and keeping tabs on where you stand in your career.
This worksheet can help. Conflict and confrontation at work are inevitable.
Rather than avoid these situations, be an adult and accept them. Learn how to give tough feedback and receive it. This will only make you a more respected and confident leader. Stories and advice for Pride Month and beyond .
Show Up on Time Be on time in the morning, to meetings, to presentations, to company all-hands, to off-sites—early if possible. Dress Appropriately You know what this means in your office.
Respect Your Co-workers Be kind, honest, and patient with them. Keep an Open Mind Your career, for better or worse, will never be truly stagnant.
Get Comfortable With Confrontation Conflict and confrontation at work are inevitable.