For most of us, at some point in our careers we will all be called to step up and take the lead. Whether it’s simply helping and coaching the new guys at work or starting your dream of leading a multinational organization, here are a few simple leadership lessons that you must learn for the sake of your team.
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Ang trabaho mo ba ay parang bundok ng lupa na, kahit gaano ka man kadalas maghukay, ay parang mas-dumadami? Kahit busy ka sa pagsagot sa telepono at email, pagtype ng reports, pag-attend ng mga meetings, at paggawa sa iba pang kinakailangan sa trabaho, pakiramdam mo ba’y parang wala ka pa ring natatapos? Ang “To-Do” list mo ba’y parang kasing haba na ng epic fantasy novel na may paparating pang mga sequel at side stories? Kung gusto mong natutunan kung paano maging mas-productive sa pagtrabaho upang mas-mabilis makatapos ng mga proyekto, makamit ang mas-maraming free time, at makapagpababa ng stress, basahin mo lang ang seven steps na nakalaan dito.
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Does work feel like a mountain of dirt that, no matter how much you keep shoveling, it just keeps piling up higher and higher? Even though you’re VERY busy answering calls and emails, typing reports, attending meetings, and doing everything necessary at your job, does it feel like nothing important is ever getting done? Does your To-Do list feel longer than an epic fantasy novel with upcoming sequels and side stories? If you want to learn how to boost your productivity at work in order to accomplish more, earn more free time, and reduce stress, then read the seven steps we have below.
Before we begin, bring out a pen and paper. To make the most out of what you will learn, you need to do a couple of exercises in the first three steps.
Sabi ni W. L. Bateman “Kapag ginagawa mo palagi ang nakasanayan mong gawin, ang makukuha mo lang ay ang palagi mong nakukuha.” Alam mo kung paano tinuturo palagi ng mga life coaches na kapag nanatili ka sa trabahong ayaw mo at hindi ka nagsikap para sa kinabukasan mo, hindi ka aasenso? Ang desisyon tungkol sa pagbabago ng career ay hindi madali, pero minsan kailangan mo talaga itong gawin.
Panahon na para sa Pagbabago
Nagtrabaho ako sa isang Business-process outsourcing (BPO) na kumpanya sa nakaraang anim na taon (January 2010 hanggang January 2016) at marami akong natutunan doon. Nagkaroon ako ng napakaraming kaibigan at masayang karanasan, pero ang mga pagbabago sa opisina noong nakaraang buwan ay hindi na tama para sa akin kaya naisipan ko nang umalis.
Bakit ako nagsulat tungkol dito? Kapag ikaw mismo ay hindi pa umaalis sa trabahong hindi mo gusto, baka mabigyan kita ng lakas ng loob para maghanap ng mas-mabuting daan sa buhay.
“Kapag nagdesisyon ka, ang mundo ay gagalaw para magkatotoo ang gusto mo.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
W. L. Bateman said “If you keep doing what you’ve always done, and you’ll keep on getting what you’ve always got.” You know how life coaches often seem to keep teaching people that they’d get nowhere if they simply stay in that boring office job they hate instead of working on their dreams? The decision to change careers is not an easy one to make, but sometimes, you just have to take that leap of faith to make everything fall into place.
Time for a Change
I’ve worked at the same “Business-process outsourcing (BPO)”-type company for about six years now (January 2010 to January 2016) and I’ve learned a lot from all the experiences I’ve gained. I’ve made friends and had a ton of fun, but the latest changes in the office environment didn’t sit well with me and I realized that it was finally time to go.
Why did I choose to write about it? If you’re still having doubts about leaving a job you don’t like, then maybe reading this will give you the courage to take the leap and find a better path in life.
“Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson