Cash & Ca­reer

CLEO (Malaysia) - - CONTENTS -

How to im­press your boss.

SIM­PLE, SURE-FIRE WAYS TO MAKE AN IM­PRES­SION ON YOUR SU­PE­RIOR.

LEARN TO LOVE CRIT­I­CISM

Con­struc­tive crit­i­cisms are a chance for you to ask where you can im­prove. Ev­ery­one has their weak­nesses so by hav­ing yours pointed out, it makes it eas­ier to see what you should and shouldn’t be do­ing.

BE HON­EST ABOUT WHAT YOU RE­ALLY KNOW

Say­ing you know how to do some­thing when in re­al­ity you don’t can cause a lot of prob­lems. Not only will oth­ers have to fix your mis­take but you could come off as in­com­pe­tent. So be care­ful what you say yes to.

DON’T SKIMP ON CREDIT

Got a praise for a job well done? Great. But don’t deny some­one else credit just to make your­self look good. If a col­league helped you out, make sure to men­tion it so it doesn’t seem like you’re hog­ging the lime­light.

DRESS FOR THE JOB YOU WANT

Take note of the peo­ple a rung above you and dress sim­i­lar to them. Keep­ing well groomed is a good way to ex­pand your job scope and show that you mean busi­ness.

“If he in­vited you out, he’s GOT to pay.”

BEY­ONCÉ

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