12 Must Have Characteristics Of A Workplace MVP
March 30, 2016
Whether you are part of a virtual team or in-house, striving to be a workplace MVP (most valuable player) is something that should be part of your workplace DNA. No-one (great) will stay in a team with an overriding ‘that will do’ approach. On the flip-side, everyone wants to work for and with you if your workplace values motivation, ethics, sincerity, inspiration, leadership … traits that make for a MV business made up of most valuable players throughout your team.
So, how does your team stack up?
12 Characteristics of a Workplace MVP
- Internal and external customers sing your praises
- Thinkers and doers
- Quick to see patterns and opportunities as they emerge
- Excel at active listening
- Create frameworks that let your organisation identify opportunities
- Have a clear, concise vision of what needs to be achieved
- Your code of ethics is strong and consistent
- Have an ability to keep calm and positive under pressure
- Lead by example
- Set measurable goals and produce strategic action plans to achieve goals
- See past the present to the potential
- Problem solver
A successful business is only as strong as it’s weakest link. By creating a culture of workplace excellence and fostering the MVP mentality throughout your whole team, success is undeniable.
Your thoughts? How did you and/or your team stack up?
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