How to Impress Senior Management

Written on: 27 February 2019
Written by:Bethany Lowdon

Impressing your management with your work and ability can be great when starting a new position. It is important to demonstrate the best of your ability so upper management know your capabilities and let yourself shine.

Support in tasks

Be open to new tasks, being able to support Senior Management in tasks will make you a valuable asset to the team. Your help on different tasks will not go unnoticed and you will be appreciated by your manager and the rest of the team. Especially if workload is high, being able to support other members of staff with their tasks will be extremely helpful.


Be enthusiastic and show a willingness to learn. Starting a new job can be a challenging but exciting time. Showing enthusiasm for your work and role will show your manager that you are willing to learn new skills and take on additional responsibility.

Go Above and Beyond

Go above and beyond your own role. Putting in the extra work and going the extra mile to complete tasks and help the team will be appreciated by your management. Showing that you can go beyond your own duties and acting on your own initiative will add value to your role as part of the team.

Be proactive

Be proactive in your approach to work. If you have finished a task ask if there is any more work you could be assisting with. Use your initiative, stay focused and complete the work to the best of your ability. However, don’t be afraid to ask for help or guidance if needed.

Time Management

Have good time management, being on time and showing you can manage your workload will show your manager that you are organised and responsible. This can show senior members of staff that you are able to delegate your time effectively to successfully complete tasks.


Show that you can communicate effectively and work well with others. Being able to work as part of a team is a great asset, all working towards a common goal. Contribute knowledge, skills and ideas to increase productivity and team morale.

Written on: 27 February 2019
Written by:Bethany Lowdon