What Do You Need to Do Your Job Better?

by Jennifer Miller on March 27, 2012

in Workplace Issues

From time to time, I like to check in with my readers and find out: what do you need to do your job better?  What types of information can I share with you that will help you master the people equation?

If you’d do me the favor of taking this brief poll, I’ll get to work on finding the best tips out there to help you communicate, lead and influence more productively at work. This is a basic poll, so you can only select one choice. But, feel free to put any other suggestions in the comments section.


Thanks so much for helping out!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Dora April 6, 2012 at 11:20 am

I have been thinking on this since your first posted and I believe that what I really need is chocolate.

After your piece on “How to influence or lead when I don’t have a leadership title” posts, I will use my newfound skills to bring about change in this area!

Thanks, Jen!

Jennifer Miller April 6, 2012 at 11:22 am

Dora,

Alas– chocolate was not one of the options, was it? But you may be on to something . . . I feel a sudden uptick on motivation, just at the *mention* of chocolate. Wonder what would happen if I got up from my desk and ate some? :-)

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