A guide to actually getting what you want from your job
Сообщение 01-03-2022, 14:12
In 1972, two major things happened: the very first issue of Cosmopolitan was released in the UK and Katharine Graham became the first female CEO of a Fortune 500 company, chipping away at the glass ceiling. But for most women in overtly sexist workplaces, a dogged approach was needed.
Fast forward 50 years and, although there are more men named Peter leading the UK’s top companies than women (yes, that’s an actual fact), career opportunities for us have undeniably improved. But after a pandemic that shook our world to its core, many of us are left asking: do we want to pour everything we have into our careers, just because we can?
It seems the answer is... erm, not really. When we asked you in a recent poll how you’re feeling about your career, more than three quarters (76%) of you said that the pandemic has changed your attitude towards work and ambition, with many of you realising that wellbeing and social time are more important. But how can we go about achieving that? If ambition for the past five decades has been all about clawing your way to the top, then how can we adapt and succeed within these new metrics – and ensure that our work lives feature health, wellness and balance, while also earning enough money to pay rent? We chatted to the experts to find out the answers to your 2022 work questions.Like the sound of pressing pause on your job for a while? Hell, yes. Melanie Eusebe, entrepreneur and co-founder of The Black British Business Awards, as well as author of Financial Wellness And How To Find It, thinks that post-pandemic we’ll likely see a rise in people taking sabbaticals – work leave that can be used for rest, travel, personal growth or pursuing other work opportunities – with your job consultancy held for you.
Switch it up: Moving to another department within your workplace could offer a fresh perspective on your career, so why not try chatting to some of your colleagues in different roles about what they love about their work? ‘Use the relationships you’ve built and the skills you’re known for to do some of the influencing for you,’ Tupper advises.
Try a new project: A less permanent change could be a transfer or a project-based opportunity where you spend some of your time working in a new area. ‘These are great low-risk options for exploring your possibilities, without the pressure of feeling stuck if it’s not everything you hoped it might be,’ Tupper adds.
These opportunities aren’t always advertised, so check with HR. Talk to your manager about the skills you’d like to develop and areas you want to explore before going back to them with a proposal. And not to dampen the positive vibes, but pre-empt their possible issues and come with some solutions in hand.
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