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New Years Resolutions for the Office

The beginning of the New Year is an opportunity for fresh ideas and new goals. For many, that means its time to enroll in a gym membership, start that diet, join or hit those personal financial goals. The start of a new year is also an excellent time to evaluate your job and set some goals at work. Here are a few simple resolutions to consider for the New Year.

Learning Something New/Cross Training

Constant learning is very important in the workplace because processes can always be improved. Whether it is taking a class, enrolling in a seminar or cross training with other departments, extended learning can decrease cost and increase productivity.

Integrate fun

Take initiative on setting a positive work atmosphere. Work with others to find ways to create a positive and fun working environment. You can even look into arranging out of the office activities. Time spent away from the office is a great tool for team building and boosting office morale.

Set Goals

This may seem like a pretty obvious resolution, as company goals and hitting numbers are obviously very important. It is also important to set some personal goals. What do you want to personally achieve at work? Maybe it is to take ownership of a new project or become a contributor on an existing project.

Give Something Back to Your Community

This goal is very important to ASAP. There are all kinds of worthy organizations that make a difference in your community. Find a cause that matters to you and propose your volunteer or fundraising idea to your office management or team. Check out ASAP’s Giving Back page to see how we have recently given back to our community and organizations close to our heart –

Setting company resolutions can increase work satisfaction, company moral and productivity. Examine goals you want to set personally, as well as, within a group at work to benefit you and your company.

Last Modified: May 22, 2019 at 6:06 am

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