Raise Your Visibility & Value: What Types of Value Can I Create for My Organization?

In order for an organization to obtain value from you and for you to raise your value within your organization, you must capitalize on either an existing way of creating value or identify new ways to create value. You can create value in your organization in the following ways:

  • By continuing value creation in ways that are already existing. For example, recognizing that a high number of product returns are due to owners not understanding how to use Product A (versus Product A being defective), you consistently use a script your employer created to educate customers on the correct use of Product A, thus reducing the number of products returned by customers.
  • By creating value in ways that are new. For example, recognizing that a high number of product returns are due to Product A being defective, you create a script to help educate customers on a revised use of Product A, thus reducing the number of products returned by customers.
  • By creating value in ways that are different. For example, recognizing that a high number of product returns also exist for Product B, you create an updated  script to help educate customers on the correct use of the Products A and B, thus reducing the number of products being returned.

The types of value that you can create for your organization are endless. As a business professional you must seek ways to distinguish yourself in your frenetic work environment, to strengthen your job security, and to minimize the likelihood of an adverse job action. You must seek ways to demonstrate the value you can create for your organization is crucial.

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