Many people look forward to the NCAA tournament all year but some feel the madness more than others. While people argue over how much productivity is actually lost during this time, one thing is for sure, a lot more bandwidth is used in March and that makes it tough on the IT department. The tournament might add stress for Tech Pros, but many of them still like to take part in the fun, either by supporting their alma mater or choosing their brackets. Check out our infographic below for some relevant March Madness stats for the IT Pro:
While you may not be training for the Olympics, every day at work matters for your career success. You could just keep up the status quo, but that won’t even get you to the Olympics (so to speak). Instead of settling for bronze or silver, follow the Olympian path for gold to achieve your career goals:
Find Your Coach
No athlete makes it to the Olympics alone; they have coaches, mentors, family, and friends that help them achieve their goals. Find someone in the company who can mentor you and help you develop into a better person and employee. This can be your boss, another employee at the company, or someone in the same industry. This shows that you are open to development and eager to learn and grow.