Ever sit in the back of the company cafeteria and watch the “higher-ups” walk by laughing at their corny jokes, feeling as though their lives have to be the best ever right? Well, you’ll never know unless you become a boss yourself! So, how does that happen?
Know the business you’re in. Be very familiar with daily operations and benchmarks, industry leaders, common challenges and what differentiation your company has in the market. Read trade journals and online news posts regarding your field. Join conversations in the work place with administrators whose knowledge you can gain from.
Show initiative and a desire to learn and grow, but never show up your boss, try to make him look bad, or make him feel that his job may be challenged. As the saying goes, dress not for the job you have, but for the job you want.
Volunteer to take on more responsibility when the opportunity arises. This can lead to involvement with new people in your company, and additional exposure to more people, including managers, means more people who will witness your work ethic and management style – benefits that could very well lead to your next move up the ladder.
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