Break new ground. Be visible; get out on the floor, walk around the office; stay in touch with the people who take care of the daily happenings.
Utilize the unexpected and concrete. Have a concrete way of conveying your vision; use a tangible example.
Encourage risk-taking. Encourage risk taking in yourself and subordinates in order to get less predictable (read: high visibility) results.
Now let's get started on the next set of "wisdom tactics." Warning: These behaviors will help you move ahead in your career. Are you ready? Let's go.
Are you trying to get ahead? Have you been struggling to figure out what action you take will leave the biggest footprint on your career? If this is you, then stay tuned. This is the first article in a series of three articles about your career, and how you can shift it out of neutral. Let's get started!
In the third part of this three-part series, we will talk about the training system. Whether you are a trainer yourself or you are responsible for hiring and preparing the training staff, the material covered in this article will take you back through some of the core concepts that will help you create a robust training staff or simply become a more effective trainer yourself.