1. Become Your Best Possible Self

How can you make sure you’re at your most optimal yourself at work? What it means in practical terms is taking time for the self-care that is often neglected. Consider investing in your personal health through a massage going to yoga, or taking walks with your friends every week.
Personally I’ve recently been learning the basics of mindfulness. I’ve found it helpful to apply a mindfulness-based approach to my work by applying an awareness of my thoughts, beliefs, and feelings while working. In the end, these are not a way to indulge, but the things that keep you in good health and fit to achieve and excel at work.
Set a goal for yourself to keep in touch with those who support the goals your company is trying to accomplish. They could end up being your greatest supporters, and encourage you to make your business more productive.

2. Focus on Your Relationship With Your Team

How can you improve relationships with the boss of team members to create an enjoyable relationship right from the beginning or improve an relationship to be set for successful work? Here are a few suggestions to think about.
You might want to organize regular meetings over a cup of coffee or walking through the neighborhood. Meetings on the move are becoming the norm (it can also help increase your fitness levels).
Second, you might choose to share your calendar in outlook to ensure that the work you’re working on is easily visible and clear towards your manager or team, thus demonstrating an openness and foster trust.
Do not speak negatively about other people (even when you do not yet have a good relationship with them). It’s a known fact that workers stay in their jobs because of their managers, so keep this in mind when you are looking to build a long-lasting relationship with your employees. According to an Gallup research in 2016, about 50percent of staff quit their employers to escape of their employers.

3. Avoid Negative Self Talk

Stop focusing on negative opinions about you, the abilities you possess and how you think that you are perceived at work. If you don’t consider yourself to be a positive person you will not be able to do so for others. Your image is the one other people will perceive. They will draw their inspiration from you and form an impression of your character and the manner in which you behave. Be confident and optimistic. Your positive attitude will radiate to others on the team.
Negativity doesn’t just revolve around the way you perceive and present your self, but it also affects how you communicate with others. You might think about abstaining from gossip and avoid the habit of complaining. Nobody likes the snark of a winger. It’s easy to get involved in the web of negative “chit-chat”. It’s a sign of character and honesty when one resists the lure.
Make sure you stand in the role of an example for others. You will be noticed by your employees which will make you viewed as a leader who represents the core values of the business and creates a positive atmosphere within the group.
When things go wrong and, in fact it happens at times, and will happen due to workplaces that are constantly changing and evolving Don’t throw your hands in the air and quit. Maybe you can find ways to get rid of the mess and repair it. At the very minimum, you could try taking the necessary steps to fix it by contacting a professional to assist.

4. Learn Something New

What about putting in the effort to master a new skill in your current job instead of stumbling around? If you do not learn, you’ll be able to be a failure. Remaining in a state of mind is not productive. If you don’t keep learning it is more likely to become stale and this could be the beginning of the downward spiral.
You might consider joining an external network or special interest groups. Your contribution can be beneficial. You might discover new ideas for your business and then share them with the staff. Your employees might be energized with your new insights and you could be able to develop more initiatives for your staff.

5. Be a Leader

Make others think of you as a person who represents the character traits of an effective leader. You are the person that people go to for advice or a chat. You can take responsibility for issues at work, instead of leaving it to others. If you’re an individual who displays honesty, trust, integrity, confidence, and enthusiasm, then you have the characteristics of a good leader. You can also strive to inspire others and improve your communication skills. Leaders are accountable and have good ability to make decisions. Leaders are ready to act.
Here’s a thought: ….perhaps consider asking yourself the question: what steps are you preparing to take over the course of the year?