Regardless of my title, I’ll work too service the values of Trusted Pest Management – Honesty, Trusted, Good Communication, Gratitude, Safety but most of all respect for all.
I’ll remind myself everyday, “I’m the most important part of my organization and I’ll do my best to make it successful.”
When I encounter challenging situations, I will focus on solving the problems rather than defending myself. My attitude is to ensure I get the job done, no matter what effort it takes. Do it once, do it right.
I’ll be attentive to the details. I’ll be specific in my communication and I’ll be precise in my expectations from everyone I work with.
If I am not the right person for the job, I’ll convey it to my senior management. I won’t stop here. If I know who is the right person for the job, I’ll direct my management to that person.
If I don’t know something, I’ll be brave enough to admit it. First, to myself and then to appropriate audience. Articulation is fine but I’ll put in every effort to accept it, learn from it and move forward. I’ll beat my ego if it comes in my way.
I’ll work to make my team and my management successful. I’ll help create the opportunities of learning and facilitate resources with my best capacity.
No matter what role, I’ll exhibit excellent personal leadership. That also, by example.
I’ll take the ownership of the task that I’m responsible for.
Often times, I’ll extend my help to other teams. Helping others creates great relationships and that’s what I’m up to.
I’ll request feedback, positive or otherwise, on regular basis. I’ll give straight feedback too.
I’ll deeply understand my organization culture, and expand it throughout the industry to help make my organization a model organization for that culture.