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Week 11: Two Week's Notice and
Plan For Excellence

Why You Need a Plan for Excellence

Video Time: 6 Minutes       Action Time: 1 – 3 Hours

Getting a new job is just the beginning. The next step is to layout a course of action at the new job. Having a plan helps provide a great first impression. Some key things to remember when going into a new company are to be confident, dress professionally, smile, be respectful, and engage in small talk.

 

A plan for excellence should include concrete goals to hit within the tenure there. Figure out what to accomplish while working there. This will give something to work towards and make us more productive.


Setting goals, allows us to deliver on things that we promised during the interview/hiring process. Just like in a

relationship we promise to do the dishes, laundry, walk the dog, have a romantic date night or pay the loan. It also allows us to determine ways that we can go above and beyond what they want in the role. This ensures that we impress our boss and get the most out of our job experience! It helps us become productive quickly by hitting our goals and the company goals making us a valuable team player!

Getting a new job is just the beginning. The next step is to layout a course of action at the new job. Having a plan helps provide a great first impression. Some key things to remember when going into a new company are to be confident, dress professionally, smile, be respectful, and engage in small talk.

A plan for excellence should include concrete goals to hit within the tenure there. Figure out what to accomplish while working there. This will give something to work towards and make us more productive.

 

Setting goals, allows us to deliver on things that we promised during the interview/hiring process. Just like in a relationship we promise to do the dishes, laundry, walk the dog, have a romantic date night or pay the loan. It also allows us to determine ways that we can go above and beyond what they want in the role. This ensures that we impress our boss and get the most out of our job experience!

 

It helps us become productive quickly by hitting our goals and the company goals making us a valuable team player!

How to Create a Plan for Excellence

1

Sit down and determine your goals for the first day, week, month, etc.
Think about your long term career goals and the structure of the company when setting these goals. 

Remember

Creating a list of goals and priorities is great for your career, but never forget the importance of good networking! You should also continue to meet new people and grow your connections.

2What are the main priorities for the job?

3What were the key points you promised to achieve during the hiring process?

4What are the company and team priorities?

 

 

 

 

 

5What are the goals you can achieve that go above and beyond expectations?

1

Sit down and determine your goals for the first day, week, month, etc.
Think about your long term career goals and the structure of the company when setting these goals. 

Remember

Creating a list of goals and priorities is great for your career, but never forget the importance of good networking! You should also continue to meet new people and grow your connections.

2What are the main priorities for the job?

6Creating goals are great, but remember to MEET people and make CONNECTIONS! ?

These people can help you achieve your goals and move forward!

7Return to these goals for benchmarking and below we have a step-by-step form to help you visualize, think, plan and implement your strategies.

3What were the key points you promised to achieve during the hiring process?

4What are the company and team priorities?

5What are the goals you can achieve that go above and beyond expectations?

6Creating goals are great, but remember to MEET people and make CONNECTIONS! ?

These people can help you achieve your goals and move forward!

7Return to these goals for benchmarking and below we have a step-by-step form to help you visualize, think, plan and implement your strategies.

That’s the end of Week 11 – see you next week for “The Successful Conclusion and Quiz.” Have a Super Day!