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Be Nice!

29 Mar 2023 9:31 AM | Avery Church (Administrator)

If you are new to the world of continuity, you may eventually begin seeking advice on how to be the best planner you can be. The gathering and use of advice is the secret sauce the creates many successful people.

In this case, starting a new profession can be both exciting and overwhelming. You are trying to learn the ins and outs of your job, impress your colleagues and superiors, and establish yourself in your new workplace. While it may be tempting to focus solely on your job responsibilities, it is important to remember the value of being a nice person when you are new to a profession.

Being a nice person can make a significant impact on your success in continuity. Here are some reasons why:

  • Building relationships: When you are new to a profession, it is important to build relationships with your colleagues. Being friendly and approachable can make it easier for your colleagues to connect with you, and it can help you build a strong network within your workplace. This principle applies to others that you may interact with. Building relationships can also help you learn about your job, as your colleagues can offer you advice and guidance as you navigate your new position.
  • Improving teamwork: Please believe me when I tell you this: continuity requires teamwork. Being a nice person can improve your ability to collaborate effectively with your colleagues. When you are friendly and supportive, your colleagues are more likely to want to work with you, which can help you achieve your goals more quickly and efficiently.
  • Enhancing your reputation: Your reputation is important, especially when you are new to a profession. Being nice can help you establish a positive reputation in your workplace. Your reputation is what gets you into places you need to be. Your colleagues and superiors are more likely to view you as a collaborator and someone who is easy to work with if you are friendly, kind, and respectful.
  • Increasing job satisfaction: When you are new to a profession, it can be challenging to adjust to your new job and workplace. Being a nice person can help you feel more comfortable and confident in your new position. When you have positive relationships with your colleagues, it can make your work environment more enjoyable, and it can increase your overall job satisfaction.

In summary, being a nice person when you are new to a profession can have a significant impact on your success. It can help you build relationships, improve teamwork, enhance your reputation, and increase your job satisfaction. So, as you embark on your new job, remember the importance of being friendly, approachable, and respectful. Your kindness can go a long way in helping you succeed and will give a good name to continuity planners and managers around the world.

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