10 Commandments Working For RMRS
Let Your Team Know What Is Going On – Email when assignments received, ask questions early, and make sure you are clear on the direction and WHY we do what we do. If you do something that affects others – let them know. You should have people’s Skype, email, and phone number just in case of an emergency. On the flip side – don’t waste people’s time with information they DO NOT need – aka don’t just cc Antonio because you want to – no, think about who you are emailing or calling and share relevant info in a timely manner.
Take The initiative
If you see a problem, FIX it! If you don’t know how to fix it, then talk to someone on the team who can help you or raise it to a manager’s attention if you feel it is important enough. Never assume other people will do what you can take care of when you spot it. Also if you spot processes or systems that can be improved upon – do it! I reward people for taking action – even if they make mistakes. Not taking action is the worst thing you can do and it is a decision. You are a skilled artist in your own discipline – see opportunities for your skills with my company and tell me where I can best use your skill-set!
Systemize Everything You Do
If you do something more than once, you should have a checklist that you follow when doing it. Astronauts, Jet Pilots, & Doctors use checklists as they eliminate error and free up your limited willpower to focus in on new tasks that require your higher level of cognitive thinking. Like a glass of water – you only have so much brainpower in a day. DO NOT waste it on repetitive tasks (- checklists free you to think on new things and get through old tasks without error and without having to think too much. All checklists should be at a central location and you need to make them unique to your requirements. Update them regularly.
Execute the Task On Time
Finish Assignments on time. When you work with others or need something from others – give them a timeframe to complete and deadline as to when you need it. Work must always be completed by the deadline…..better for it to