3 Under-the-Radar Signs That You’re Excelling at Work

March 30, 2017

Career Advice

Managers are busy people. They can’t always provide us with the constant feedback and encouragement that we’d like to be provided with. But without asking anyone for a confirmation, you can likely get a pulse on your performance. The clues are there every day. Here are a few signals that you’re doing great in your position.

  1. Your boss relies on you for urgent needs.
    Fire drill! Something went south and the first person your boss turns to is y-o-u. This is a great sign that your boss considers you to be reliable, knowledgable, and trustworthy. You can get something done fast and with precision.
  2. Your coworkers come to you for advice.
    When a peer asks you for feedback, it means they respect your opinion–and that’s a responsibility that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Be confident but humble. You should be flattered that they turn to you when they need help.
  3. You’re considered a company ambassador.
    If the company asks you to attend a recruiting event or an industry conference, you should feel pretty great! Take advantage of this opportunity to represent your company in the best light and network with others. You’ve earned it!

Image via Kristian Niemi/Flickr.

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Spectrum Brands is a global $5 Billion Consumer Products company headquartered in Middleton, Wisconsin. While you may not be familiar with the Spectrum Brands name, there is no doubt you will recognize some of our brands.

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