Here are the “5 More Keys to Becoming Indispensable at Work” from people like you who have walked the walk. These are your words:
1. Be Truly Engaged.
When decision time comes, and one of two people needs to be retrenched, the one who exhibits the “5 Keys to Becoming Indispensable at Work” will remain. The most important point is flexibility; a crisis means an opportunity for change in one’s own work responsibilities, voluntarily and with individual foresight.
As one reader puts it, “In our business, we find time and time again that it’s the truly engaged employees who rise to the occasion – and they’re the ones you want to hang on to.”
In Chris Gaborit’s recent blog, “5 Keys to Becoming Indispensable at Work,” readers from companies that were downsizing, resizing or upsizing shared their experiences on becoming “indispensable.” In this post, he had gathered their thoughts on becoming indispensable at work and added them to those of clients who have also gone through restructuring.