Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Before You Say Yes ...

to a new assignment, find out:

1) Whom you will report to.

2) What the goal is.

3) What challenges you face.

4) What resources and level of authority or access are available to you.

(From "200 Questions Job Candidates May Ask Your Company" from http://www.workforce.com/)


I am glad to come across this "common sense" bit of information in a written down, easy to digest form.

In the last couple of weeks, I have been presented wtih new opportunities, both professional and personal, that I need to assess and decide which to pursue.

What other "common sense" bits of information do others use before saying "YES" to new opportunities?

1 comment:

  1. Leigh Anne Vrabel via Facebook:
    "Do you have short and/or long-term goals for yourself? Compare the new opportunities to your goals - if something doesn't line up with your goals, is it really worth making an exception for? Is this something you HAVE to do? If you HAVE to do it, what can you give up to make time/room/energy for it?"

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