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The better prepared you are, the fewer your reasons to be nervous. The better prepared you are in advance of starting your new job, the better your ultimate chances of success in your new job. The first item on your list should be to thoroughly understand the job in question. Many people arrive at their first day in a new job with a thin and insufficient understanding of precisely what that new job entails. Understanding the job You clearly need to have a thorough understanding of the ins and outs of your new job – and you should have gained a large proportion of this understanding already, both prior to and during the interview stage.
Knowledge Is Power Getting to know people you may never meet Obviously, your relationships with your boss and with your colleagues are what matter most at work. However, depending on the size of the organisation, there may be people whom you may never meet but nonetheless need to know. In many large organisations, the chances of your ever actually meeting the ‘top brass’ are pretty remote but you still need to know that they exist and who they are. You’ll feel pretty silly if someone refers to So-and-so and you ask who they are, not knowing that they’re the managing director!
What did you feel? What was good and what was bad? What mistakes did you make? What did you learn that helped you to subsequently succeed? In what ways did you make a positive impression? Or a negative impression? We can all learn from the past. By thinking back to your previous experiences when starting a new job, you can aim to focus on what you did that worked – and it’ll also help you to avoid repeating what didn’t work! Summary ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● The key to preventing any new job jitters is to prepare yourself thoroughly.