In the past two decades, indoor tramping has taken on new meaning, both as a tool of environmental protection and a social and political statement.
It has become an essential tool in the modern workaday workplace.
This article originally appeared in Fortune.
Read the original article on Fortune.com:How to become a great manager at work: The 5 essential skillsYou’re in the thick of it, your colleagues are wondering what you’re doing for a living and you need to remind them.
You need to show them you care about them and their needs, and you have to do it in a way that’s inviting.
You’re a team player.
You’re not just a one-off worker.
You are a team member.
You don’t want to be judged by your boss.
You don’t need to make excuses for your failures, even when you know you have them.
You want to win, and so you’ll always be willing to work for it.
You will work hard, for a long time and you will make mistakes.
You will have a big impact on your company.
You’ll be in charge of making decisions that will last a lifetime.
You are a great communicator, and your work will be remembered for the rest of your life.
You can become an expert in your field.
You want to work at a company that is truly committed to its employees, and to your clients.
You also need to know how to communicate with other team members.
You might be a great negotiator, but you need the right toolkit to get things done.
You’ll be a part of the best-loved team in the world, and it won’t hurt if you make your mark in it.
You have the right kind of mindset.
You just need to have the courage to take the first step.