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Out-of-Sight, Out-of-Mind

To help prevent the out-of-sight, out-of-mind syndrome from impeding your job advancement, consider these tips for making yourself more noticeable when you’re on the job:

  • Stay active in your office, including staff meetings and social events.

  • Keep in touch with your co-workers and manager frequently through e-mail and phone calls, even when you’re not at work.

  • Make sure your supervisor is apprised of your accomplishments.

  • Do more than just the bare minimum.

  • If you’re job-sharing, stay in constant contact with your partner to minimize transition hassles; you may even want to consider working an overlapping schedule.

  • Be available for office questions and emergencies, even on your days off.

  • Volunteer for special projects.

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