7. Always Be Prepared. Tackle new skills and refine your abilities all the time. You learn and grow by challenging yourself. This will give you the knowledge and confidence to show more initiative in current or upcoming projects. It is better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than to have an opportunity and not be prepared.
To take initiative you should know how things work and how you can improve them. For this purpose, try to observe everything going on around you as much as you can. Be curious and ask questions. Try to find out how the things work and analyze each situation. This will give birth to new ideas and ways to contribute to the growth of your organization more and more.
6. Consider Every Opportunity. Opportunities are hidden everywhere, and people who see them are the ones who prosper. Make a habit of constantly asking yourself: “What opportunities for growth can I carve out of this situation?” If needed, think about this same question again and again. Gradually you will find the answer.
You learn and grow by challenging yourself. This will give you the knowledge and confidence to show more initiative in current or upcoming projects. It is better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than to have an opportunity and not be prepared. That is why you should aim high and constantly grow both as a person and a professional.
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UTICA COLLEGE MOVES LEARNING FORWARD WITH NEW ENERGY AND NEW INITIATIVES. Never stand still. T his institutional “signature” emerged from a thoroughgoing review of UC’s people, its history, and its practices. It is the product of an incisive self-examination encompassing scores of focus groups and interviews with students, alumni, faculty, staff, trustees, and other stakeholders in the ...
That come up with interesting initiatives and well-thought projects and then go above and beyond to make them happen. One thing’s for sure: we want to find out more – about your ideas and processes, about the hardships you faced in creating them and about the way you’re impacting your environment.