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a Good Reputation at Work
Career success can be improved by developing a
good reputation at work. Ask yourself if these
statements apply to you:
- My boss
told me I was doing an excellent job
during my last performance review.
- I have made
connections with people in other
departments, so I know what's going on in
- I often ask
for new assignments that challenge me and
let me develop new skills and gain more
- I ask for
feedback from my supervisors and even
colleagues about my work and I make
changes if needed.
- I know what
I'm not as good at, and I am working to
overcome those weaknesses.
- I know who
has influence in the organization, and I
work to get myself noticed in a positive
- I volunteer
for community service projects or other
projects that give me a chance to meet
others and make a positive impression.
- I'm careful
to be seen as a cheerful and positive
person at work and I resist cynical or