Having all the degrees that are necessary for your particular job description does not trump leadership skills. It is these skills that will aid you in dealing with personalities you’d rather not deal with; motivate those around you; enhance the ideas of others, etc.
Here are the steps to help you in this:
In order to maintain the status quo, a lot of superiors will only give extra work to those whose job description can take it but there is no need to play it safe; be fearless!
In the medical field, one cannot rely solely one’s degrees and school names, etc. You must start current with the latest surgical techniques and other things.
Cultivate the ability to foresee problems before they arise and allows have an exit strategy for each one. Always have a still, calm mind during “problems” because this is time when your boss(es) will be keeping a close eye on you to if you will crack, snap and crumble!
This word means a lot of different types but in terms of the workplace, one of its meanings is to be punctual. Am not going to tell you to be the first in and the last to go; that will just make you jaded, bored, stressed and without a social life.
We all have that person(s) that we just don’t mesh well with and that is normal. But but them aside when you are within the perimeter of the office. You must a unifying leader not a divisive one.
Don’t feel less than to be a follower
There is nothing wrong with being a follower. All great leaders had to start from somewhere. Be eager to learn—keep your ears open when be taught. Even if by a subordinate. Pride will take you thus far.
The Bottom Line is this:
If you want to get ahead in your career, you need to know how to influence those around you.