Professional Feature: Accurate


About The Professional Feature 'Accurate'

Accurate means that you strive for accuracy. You try to prevent errors and you ensure that the tasks within your company are carried out thoroughly, orderly and carefully.

What does that mean in concrete terms?

If you are accurate, try to deliver quality. To guarantee this quality, for example, you've your work checked by others to ensure that everything is right. You also pay attention to details in your work. You know the guidelines of your company or organization like the back of your hand and you adhere to them. If colleagues point out errors to you or if you discover them yourself, you correct them. If possible, do that immediately.

You are also accurate if, for example, you are able to make a logical order in your time planning. Time management so. You know how to prioritize the most important tasks. You pay sufficient attention to every task. Your accuracy will not deteriorate if you are under pressure. You can handle stress well. Even though two people are nagging at your desk and your computer has just crashed, that is no reason for you to unravel your work.

Which competencies are involved?

- Discipline. You adhere to the regulations and standards of your company. You ensure that these are also observed by your environment.
- Anticipate: With a look ahead you can prevent future problems or missteps.
- Result-oriented: Those who want to achieve good results will also work accurately. Sloppiness reduces the chance of success.
- Responsibility. You want to deliver high-quality work because you know that a lot depends on it. You are jointly responsible for the performance of your organization or company. An irregular order has a negative influence on this.

How do you develop an accurate working attitude?

- Make a list of all your tasks from time to time and keep track of the extent to which they have been completed or not.
- Also make a realistic schedule per day. Make sure that you get the set amount of work every day, so that no unnecessary loss of time occurs because others have counted on your work and now have to wait for you.
- Always work calmly. Take the time needed to deliver quality, even if you are under pressure.
- This also means that you concentrate. Don't fool yourself by wanting to coordinate ten tasks at once in your head. First choose the most important task and then keep your mind only on this topic until it's finished. In this way you complete your tasks piece by piece.
- Talk regularly with your colleagues about their working method. In this way you gain insight into their planning methods, how they monitor their work, detect errors and set priorities.
- As long as your schedule doesn't work, you can consider taking a time management course.

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