By Ken Langdon
Fifty two clean rules for mountain climbing the ladder...two steps at a time. domesticate a funky profession deals the information and tricks to aid job-seekers-whether they're fresh collage grads or are skilled employees searching for new directions-achieve their specialist objectives. - concept #7: Lead with variety - suggestion #23: Draw your personal map - inspiration #29: altering horses mid-career - suggestion #48: Make me a suggestion
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Throughout my conversations with top people I have found this to be a theme. ” Ambitious people do not wait for a sluggish management to come around to their way of thinking. They make things happen, and then if the risk goes wrong they own up and ask for forgiveness. The risk-averse and craven manager asks for permission to act. If this is denied, he is screwed. Either he goes ahead anyway against specific instructions or, more likely, he leaves well enough alone and misses out on a chance to shine.
Q I tend to run my team with a vigorous push style and I have fallen into the trap of displaying the fact that I could do the job better than them. I have, after all, actually done all the jobs below me. I know that one of my guys is about to do something less than perfectly. What do I do? Just let him do it? A Well, yes, as long as it’s not going to damage performance significantly. Let him do it his way. If it works in the end, what does it matter? If it goes wrong, he’ll learn from the mistake.
It is never a good idea in career terms to fail at anything, so don’t try to do too much. For example, try using a personal trainer just once a week or twice a month. That should spur you to some effort. It will eventually be embarrassing to tell them week after week that you haven’t been off the couch since you last met. If there are sports facilities at work, use them by all means, but don’t make a big thing about it. A lot of people, maybe most people, eventually find doing gym exercises monotonous and boring.