What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Odessa:
...hammer them out ASAP...in the interview if you can.
Develop a clear line of communication and stick to it, stick to it, stick to it. Especially in smaller organizations when you lack staff to get it all done. Use the communications with your stakeholders to create realistic expectations, adhere to those realistic expectations with gusto, and be absolutely sure to deliver on them.
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Tallahassee:
"Look for learning opportunities."
Try to show a willingness to take on tasks in areas where you have no experience.
Information Technology (IT) Manager in New York:
"Finish what you Start."
Always finish with you start and communication and follow up is the key to success.
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Shreveport:
"My Job Skills Worth."
Learn all you can. Be diligent, be on time, volunteer for learning experiences, help other and teach and tutor when possible. Be respectful to everyone.
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Roanoke:
"The Most Important Thing You Have To Do Is Say Thank You."
People are the most important asset you have. Showing appreciation for the efforts of others is critically important.