How to be an Essential Employee

Matt Adolphe, author of Canadian Workplace Culture: Mastering the Unspoken Rules, and Would You Hire You? has an extensive background facilitating courses and seminars focussing on workplace communication.

Photo_Matt Adolphe 1Currently, he is an instructor at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, and a private consultant. He is well regarded for his passion in helping individuals find success in their careers. He holds a Master’s Degree in Communication Management, and lives in Calgary, Alberta.

How to be an Essential Employee

This session proposes several tips to help you excel in your job in this changing world of work. If you follow these tips, not only do you become an essential employee, but you also make work a better place for those around you. The key to getting ahead in your career is in your hands. And it starts by asking yourself: Do I have power at my job? If your answer is, No, anyone else can do my job, you need to think deeply about what your career path is. Where do you want to go? What do you want to accomplish? Where do you want to be in five years? This session examines what an “essential employee” looks like.