You’ve settled into the job, got to know the people in your team and you’re pretty sure the boss knows your name. Now you need to start adding skills and boosting your experience to build your career. Tom, a 26-year-old Digital Campaigns Officer, talks about how he embraced new challenges and made his time at work more rewarding:
You may not feel 100% ready to take on new tasks and responsibilities, but being willing to have a go is a great way to not only gain some valuable new skills, but also impress your employers and ensure you’re on the way to carving out a successful career.
There are loads of useful LifeSkills modules designed to help you develop your skills, which you can check out here.
What are personal values and how do they apply to the workplace?
Understanding your personal values will help you find employment in a workplace that shares similar values to you.
Email etiquette – get some practice
Try your hand at some different email situations and make sure all your messages give the right impression.