You need to celebrate your 'WINS', no matter what's going on with others around you.
I have learned a few coping mechanisms even though I'm still very much a student in this area. Here are the things I've learned so far:
You never really know how management will perceive you.
Ask yourself a few questions before you make the leap....
An objective response that sticks to the facts is best here.As I also stated above, I think it's important your company is aware of the feedback given to the program as well.
Are your managers doing something that makes you feel like you're not meeting their expectations?
I am starting to feel stale and stagnant at my workplace.
Office drama is never nice.
Don't start a pattern of quitting before you even really get started.
Pick one of these ladies that you admire most and research her journey.
I really wish colleges did a better job of preparing students for the real-life workforce.
Use the relationships that you've build over the last three years and keep in touch. Continue to network with them as you continue in your journey.
I'm glad that you've recognized early in your career that your current environment is not a good fit for you.
You have to be careful of the people you're seeking input from. Not everyone can have an opinion on your future!
If writing is what you want to be doing, then you need to be writing!
There is such a thing called a Cultural Fit when looking for jobs.
This can be hard, especially when you're just starting out. Put your helmet on and get ready!
In general, I think that interacting off the desk is important when you work closely in a team setting, and you're looking to create a good rapport.
I’m new to the city and looking for employment in corporate America again.
I would get specific and intentional with the direction you want to take and make that your mission.
You’d be surprised at how many people don’t find careers in the same field as their degree.
Since you really like your job, I would suggest approaching your boss with solutions to the problem and you may have to think outside of the box.
The key word is document, document, document. You need to start documenting the encounters you’re having, in full detail and keep it in a file.
It’s going on the third pay period and they still have not signed my paperwork that will allow me to get paid for the “promotion”.
You should be keeping track of all of your accomplishments throughout the year.
After that, I’ve never heard from her.