The first thing I would suggest is that you need to be willing to do what is asked of you for obtaining the job, and you need to let them know that you would also be willing to learn new skills to help out the needs of the company. That will give them reassurance that they can rely on you. The second thing is good communication to your superiors and your peers on, and that includes: new ideas you thought about, discussions that might not have gone well, urgent messages that need to be given to someone else, questions that need to be asked, The days that you might need off for personal issues, and just plain logical and responsible thinking about time off or doctors appointment etc., making sure a boss knows where you are. Here are some General Skills; show respect for peer and superiors;
Carole recommends the following next steps:
- You might want to get the book "Do what you are" by Tieger & Batton. This book goes into personalities and careers best suited for you. There is also an assessment called Strengths Finder on line that might also be useful for you to take. This will give you your basic 5 skills that apply to you! I hope this has given you some thoughts and ideas, and I wish you the best with you future progress.