Quick Tips to Learn More About Your Organization

by dcafe
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April 20th, 2022

Many times, we feel that we know everything about the organization we are working for, but in contrast, we don’t. Because an organisation comprises of so many departments where there’s always a new update, project or a new client acquired. 

Whether you’ve been at work for one day, one year, or a decade, there is always more to know about the organization you work for, and therefore here are the few steps one should take – 

Take a dive into the company website

Reading through the company’s website is the first step to getting information on all the minute details, like when was the company founded, its successful journey, the team members who made it happen, and the achievements of the company and more. Go through all the tabs that provide information about the company. Know about every tiny aspect you can, even if it doesn’t directly concern you. 

Follow company social media pages

In the digital era, social media pages are the most active part of any business. Hence if you want to be updated about your companies online activities. Follow their Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter pages. This will give you a fair idea about recent activities undertaken and also about the upcoming activities planned by the company. Always remember to like, comment, and share the posts because that’s what builds internal engagement. 

Connect with your colleagues

Be in touch with your colleagues and engage in continuous interactions. This will give you a holistic understanding of your organization in terms of people, management, clients, projects, services, and more.

Ask your mentor questions

We often hesitate to ask questions, but we shouldn’t. Because it’s great to have a curious mind. These questions will help you learn better and get you up to speed. 

Summing up

Keep learning and exploring your organization. It will only add value and keep you well informed about what is happening around your workspace.

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