How to Gain Credibility When You Have Little Experience
If you are able to deliver on time, and establish a reputation of a worker who is able to communicate and follow up well, you will be seen as a reliable, dedicated employee who does not leave an assignment hanging or unconcluded.
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Recent surveys have shown that employees can be grouped in two main categories, according to their perception of a new leader:
Relationships with supervisors can be powerful motivators.
Enough personal information as to make yourself seem more relatable provided at an appropriate time might just be the key to a future successful career.
Introducing yourself as the new leader of a team can be pretty challenging, as people will want to know more about yourself as well as about your plans in regards to the future of the company.
Explain patiently why you chose this path and how you plan on improving the chosen department. Employees also appreciate it when you explain why your new position is integral to your story and, most important, how your direct reports play a critical role in that story.
Social media is an incredibly powerful tool for personal branding.
Don't pressure yourself into thinking that you need to be the center of attention or speak with a large audience.
If you continue to build one meaningful relationship at a time with the people who actually matter to you, by setting up informal meetings or coffee dates, you'll actually end up with a stronger personal brand than those people who fly around networking events engaging in endless conversations about the weather.
Expanding your skills and expertise is a surefire way to solidify and improve your personal brand.
Once you complete your extracurricular, make sure to post your new certification on your LinkedIn, your resume (if relevant) and your personal website to cash in on the branding payoff.