Newsletter 506: What Are You Worth at Work?









8 Ways to Add Value to Meetings
What Are You Worth at Work?



Every asset in your organization has a value – including you! But unlike many inanimate assets, you have the potential to soar in value! So, how can you boost your worth at work?

Doing even the little things well can help to “raise your stock.” For example, you can enhance your reputation as a “doer” with our article, 8 Ways to Add Value to Meetings.

Understanding and using your unique strengths and talents are key to highlighting your value to your organization. Find out how to identify and make the most of your skills with our articles, Core Competencies Analysis and Personal SWOT Analysis.

Enjoy this newsletter!








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8 Ways To Add Value to Meetings

8 Ways To Add Value to Meetings

Explore these strategies for making powerful contributions to meetings.

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Core Competencies Analysis

Core Competencies Analysis

Learn how to identify and develop the skills that your organization values most.

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Personal SWOT Analysis

Personal SWOT Analysis

Discover the strengths and attributes that set you apart from the people around you.

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How Do You “Add Value”?

Find out how you can make a significant positive impact on your company’s success.

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Valuing Your Time



Valuing Your Time

Learn how to calculate how much your time is actually worth, and discover the benefits of knowing its value.

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Finding Your Unique Strengths


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A Final Note

There are more ways to identify your value to your organization than just pointing at what you contribute to the bottom line. Your value also lies in what you bring to your team in terms of effort, behavior, attitude, and unique strengths.

We’ll still be bringing you great new resources in the coming week, but the newsletter is taking a Christmas break, and will be back on January 2. In the meantime, from me and everyone at Mind Tools, have a happy holiday season, and an exciting New Year of learning and career success!

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James Manktelow (CEO)

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