How to be a good performer in an organization.

Administrative Officer & Manager Operations à Healthcare
26 Aug 2016

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How to be a good performer in an organization.

  1. How to be a good performer in an organization
  2. What is Performance ….? Performance Change Awareness Behavior
  3. Set Priorities To improve performance at work you must have the ability to set priorities and to separate the relevant from the irrelevant when facing the many tasks of the day. You must also possess a sense of urgency, the ability to get the job done fast.
  4. Positive Mental Attitude Another way you can improve your performance at work is to develop a positive mental attitude. People like to be around and to promote employees they like. Everybody quickly notices a consistent, persistent attitude of cheerfulness and optimism. When you make an effort to cultivate an attitude of friendliness toward people, they will make extraordinary efforts to open doors for you.
  5. Improve Your Skills and Knowledge Improve performance at work by continually upgrading your work-related skills and making sure that your superiors know about it. Seek out additional courses you can take to improve yourself at your job and discuss these courses with your boss
  6. Personality At Work site Probably 85 percent of your success in the world of work will come from your personality and your ability to communicate effectively with others. It will be determined by how much people like you and respect you. You can greatly improve how other people perceive you by continually looking for ways to boost their self-esteem throughout the workday. A little genuine praise and appreciation, on a regular basis, will cause people to like you and want to help you.
  7. Identify Your Blind Spots Blind spots are areas we are unaware of about ourselves and may cause good intentions to be perceived in a negative way. Blind spots can hold you back and prevent professional development. To identify blind spots you must be willing to look at yourself honestly
  8. Aim for Clarity Clarity provides confidence. Ask questions if you are not 100 percent sure of your responsibilities. Schedule time quarterly to re-evaluate firm goals, how your responsibilities fulfill those goals, and how you can better partner with team members to reach each goal.
  9. Get a Mentor/Be a Mentor Enhance your skills with a mentor. A mentor can offer new insight, perspective, and vision. Working with a mentor will stretch your thinking and supply you with a stream of self-development ideas related to your unique skills and talent.
  10. Set Milestones The road to completing a big project may seem overwhelming. Don’t let that stop you from taking time to celebrate interim achievement. Break large projects into blocks of mini-tasks and set individual success metrics to keep your morale and energy levels high. Record your progress, reward yourself, and share your progression with the team.
  11. Know Your Competition Know and observe your competition. Identify what they’re doing right and use it as a learning opportunity to implement something new at your firm
  12. Practice Humility Avoid self-promotion and practice humility. Encourage team members and hold a high respect for their unique skill set and contributions to success.
  13. Passion is one of the most important for success. If you don’t love what you do, it’s difficult to put your best effort forward and perform to the best of your ability. Ensure your values are reflected and respected in your personal and professional life so that you see true meaning in all that you do.
  14. Go above and beyond or Be Proactive Getting right to work on your performance improvement plan is a good start, but going the extra mile for your boss and your company will prove that you're willing to do what it takes to succeed at this job
  15. Ask for Feedback Regularly ask for feedback from your boss and take recommendations and suggestions to heart. Continually look for ways to improve your skills and enhance your job performance. Take advantage of opportunities like executive training, professional development or continuing education. This demonstrates a commitment to the company and to your own professional enrichment.
  16. Being a star performer in the workplace helps you achieve job security, attain professional fulfillment and advance your career. Employers look for dependable, hard-working individuals who show critical thinking skills, are adaptable to an ever-changing workplace environment and have an exceptional work ethic.