Monthly Archives: January 2012
If you want a better salary than what your job offer – one of the most effective way is to develop your leadership skills.
If you notice already leaders are always paid higher than ordinary employees. You must have wondered why when all they do is just sit on their desk and boss you around the whole day.
In reality, they are perceived to be of higher value because they offer much more than their technical skills. They are also being paid for their sound judgements (that can help a company reach its goals).
While we ordinary employees are concentrating on our assigned task to earn our salary, leaders are making sure that the company is going in the correct direction. When the company is in the right direction it will grow. As the company grows, it can hire more people and provide better compensation and benefits.
That is the value of leaders.
How to Start Becoming a Leader
1. Find out the reason why a task needs to be done. When you are assigned to do a task, don’t just do it. Ask yourself or do a little bit research why the task needs to be done. What is your boss trying to achieve?
2. Come up with a more efficient and effective way to achieve the assigned tasks. After you have found out the reason for a task, you can also come up with a faster way or more effective way to do it. Or you can suggest an alternative task that will help you and your superior meet the goal better.
If you become good at this two skills, your superior will get the impression that you really know what you are doing. And they will trust you more.
Soon they will not only assign you a task but they will be asking your opinion. And that is the start of you becoming a leader.
As you develop this they will entrust you with goals instead of simple tasks. And they will assign to you people that can help you reach those goals. And in their eyes your value has also increased.
Sometimes you are looking for a job and it does not turn out well. And you take this personally. Some ask themselves, what do I lack? What is wrong with me? It really hurts their ego.
Well, If you think you are properly skilled in your profession and you have a good attitude, sometimes there is really nothing wrong with you.
The issue may simply be your skills does not match what the employer is looking for. And this has got nothing to do with you. It is simply, you and the employer do not match.
What you can only do in this case is to just look for those employers who are looking for what you can offer. Or try again when they have an opening that exactly matches your skills or profession.
Hi. We are currently looking to fill the following job positions:
1. Senior Maintenance Engineer
2. Sr. Process Development Engineer
3. Material Development Engineer
4. Blowmolding Technician
These jobs are for Malaysian deployment.
You can post your resume at http://apply.rrjm.com or email us at @apply.rrjm.com
For more details refer to http://jobsopen.rrjm.com