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Sometimes you'll be able to get a sneak peek of what to expect. You might be able to find company videos, YouTube channels. or helpful blogs and forums to prepare you for your firs...
You're going to enjoy punching the clock much more if you genuinely like the people around you.
Get started on the right foot by being friendly. People like peop...
You might feel overwhelmed, but as a newbie always say yes if someone asks you for coffee, to lunch, to volunteer on a project or just about anything else.
Take initiative, look into why things are done the way they are, and take everything as a learning experience. You need to master the field before you start making suggestions....
It doesn't matter where you are in the pecking order or where anyone else is. Treat everyone with the same high level of respect, from the entry-level employee to the CEO. You neve...
As a newbie, you need to work harder than anyone else. You need to prove you want to be there, you like to be there, and you'll give it your all.
Make it a point to repeat everyone's name after introductions, and address them by name whenever possible. You need to drill those monikers into your head.
You might not "get" the weird birthday song yet or why Friday night happy hours are always at the same bar but go along with it. Traditions are important, and giving them a fair...
Chances are your predecessor spent a long time putting together that handbook of Standard Operator Procedures.
Learn it, memorize it, and live it. It's your cheat sheet...
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Accept that you have to put in place remote work systems, even if more than half of your employees ultimately revert to office-based work.
Intentionally design for the same interactions that would otherwise happen if people were in the office.
Your people need to feel your presence as a leader as they will have fewer opportunities to see you face to face when they work remotely.
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