The first 90 days of any new job are super important.
You have done much hard work to get here. You’ve gone through a grueling job search process. You’ve gone through multiple interviews. You have negotiated a great offer and start date.
You’ve landed this job. Or maybe you moved into a new role in the same company. So now you are here. Ready to start on a new gig. These are your first 90 days.
One of the most crucial parts of your new job is to make sure you’re establishing that credibility.
The organization that has just hired you. They have seen the potential inside of you. They know that you can get the job done. They know you want to make a mark.
But here’s what they need to see
Office politics is everywhere: a big company, a medium-sized company, or a small company. And this is to across industries and geographies.
Companies are made up of human beings. And where there are human beings, there will always be politics. Will the future world of AI and robots have zero politics? That would be a fruitful discussion for another time.
You can choose to participate in office politics, or you can want to stay away from it. But one thing you cannot do is ignore it.
Therefore, office politics is here to stay. Here is how you can deal with office politics and address politics in a very professional way and emerge as a leader.
By staying above the office politics area, you can demonstrate that you are really about leading rather than following.
You absolutely should demonstrate that you are an objective leader
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But you are here to be a CareerTiger, not just another ordinary clock-punching employee.
So here four steps to take your job performance to the next level. Plus, a bonus step. Yes, there is a free prize inside.
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