Organization Leads to Success

Organization Leads to Success
Organization Leads to Success
Organization when applying to a job or college is a critical element in the process and can be a major factor in not getting the offer or the acceptance letter, if you are remiss in your organizational skills.

When applying to a job it is important to read through the details of the job description and application process thoroughly. You must be cognizant of deadlines and aware of every piece of information that is required within that deadline period before submitting any paperwork. This may require phone calls to produce past evaluations or contact information, but staying on top of these details is crucial in order to prove your organizational skills from the onset of being considered. Remember, you are making an impression before you are even called in for an interview. Make sure your information is reflective of the kind of employee you would be for that company. If they receive a packet of information that is missing required documents, sent to the wrong department or received past the due date, your chances can be significantly reduced for getting called to interview. Follow application instructions explicitly and do so in an orderly, accurate and time-sensitive fashion, it will help tremendously when the employer is evaluating potential candidates.

The same set of organizational skills applies for getting into college. There is a lot of paperwork involved and important deadlines to adhere to. There are references to submit, transcripts to request, essays to write, and that is just for one school. Each application may have a different process and unique set of standards, which must be followed and executed precisely. College admissions will scrutinize candidate applications as their first step in weeding out which they think will be a valuable asset to their campus and which application packets were sub par and reflective of what could be a poor student. It would be very unfortunate to not be considered for the college of your dreams because you failed to read the directions carefully and missed a vital piece of the process. You may be a stellar student on paper but if you can not demonstrate strong organizational skills from the inception of applying, you may not be a good fit for a school you otherwise thought you were a shoe-in.

Never underestimate the importance of being organized and illustrate this crucial skill as much as possible, it will only benefit your future as an employee or a student.
http://www.onlinecolleges.net/2010/08/

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