PricewaterhouseCoopers Audit Associate
Whenever I feel overwhelmed by my work to a point where my knowledge and skills aren't helping, I like to reach out to my peers. It helps to know that other people at your level are feeling the same thing and/or might have the answer you were looking for all along.
Quick breaks where I get up from my desk, away from my computer, and walk around my office also help to compose myself. Resetting your brain is a great way to approach a problem with a new outlook where you might see a solution you didn't see before.
IT Business Development Support at GE Digital
Lots of good feedback already! My thoughts are the folllowing:
Tax Associate at PwC
A easy way I found to be effective is to get organized by listing out all the specific work you have and categorize them. For example, I have 3 things that are low hanging fruit, 4 things that just need time to do the work, 5 things need to dig into/research which takes time, etc. After having your list, you prioritize them and think about solutions. Regarding priority & solution, always come up with a plan and consult your boss to make sure they are on board or help you sort things out.
Hope this helps.
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Manager, Risk Assurance Services at PwC
From my experience, I'd say recognise that you can't be an expert at everything IT and ask for help. PwC has many IT specialists with a breadth of experience. Don't be afraid to ask questions!
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