6 Things To Do When Starting A New Job Role

  1. Introduce Yourself Introduce yourself to everyone who is on your team and make yourself known to people in other teams and stakeholders with who you will be liaising with.
  2. Get Clear on What Is Expected of YouSet up time with your line manager frequently where you can both discuss the expectations of you in the role and how this will be measured.
  3. Ask QuestionsQuestions help you understand how the team works, to learn more about your role and you come across as interested.
  1. Figure Out How to Make Your Managers Life EasierFigure out your line manager’s goals, once you can understand this you can ensure you produce deliverables that are aligned to the goals they want to achieve at the company.
  2. Take Note of Frustrations That Impact Your TeamThere is always a problem that needs to be solved, once you can identify the frustrations that impact your team then you can identify solutions. When you identify solutions especially for long-standing problems that become normalise.
  3. Track Progress and ReflectAt the end of the week, separate some time to reflect on what you have achieved at work for that week. Also, reflect on how you can have completed your tasks in a more efficient/effective way.

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