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Philip Morris International : Voices of Change | Seven tips to keep your career moving forward

11/12/2021 EST

Recognize "imposter syndrome" and dissolve it with reason and meditation

You may never get rid of that nagging voice in your head saying, "they don't think you've got what it takes." But learn to recognize it, and then get on with adding value to your company. Focus on the here and now and assess if what you are doing is relevant, meaningful, and useful to the business. If you struggle to find a convincing answer, get feedback from a friend, colleague, or manager.

Imposter syndrome may never leave some of us, but we can quieten it with daily meditation, and strengthen our self-confidence with action and support from those we value. Don't be afraid to get things wrong

Make room for yourself-and your ideas-to fail.

It's tough getting things wrong, of course. But you'll learn more for next time, and you can start a conversation about how to improve the process.

Value how much your people skills benefit your team

I started my career in human resources, because I had an innate ability to communicate with people effectively. Training and influencing colleagues and peers come as second nature to me.

When I moved to Finance, I focused on learning the subject and neglected my natural people skills. But my supervisor told me to continue with the training and influencing, because Finance benefits from a human touch. Lesson learned: Being good with people is good for your team, gives you confidence, and improves relationships.

Be savvy about professional relationships, but don't get distracted by "office politics," so you can focus on results

Understanding what does and does not work in the many professional relationships around certainly helps achieve better results. But that's very different from destructive "office politics," when staff gossip behind each other's backs, and manipulate situations for their own benefit. This helps no one, and, if unchallenged, can create a toxic and demoralizing atmosphere that harms individuals and the work of the team.

Focus instead on working with your team, playing to people's strengths, and responding to "office politics" in a discrete but straightforward manner. This way, you can resolve destructive behavior and refocus the team on achieving the best results.

Make plans, but be ready to adapt them as you go.

Set clear objectives with your supervisor. Write down your goals, especially when you're young. I had a long-term career plan 20 years ago, and I'm still tweaking it, because navigating the complexity of my business area is a job in itself. Don't get discouraged if things don't go your way the first time-learn from them, so that tomorrow you can do better.

Disclaimer

Philip Morris International Inc. published this content on 12 November 2021 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 17 November 2021 13:17:04 UTC.


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Net income 2021 9 130 M - -
Net Debt 2021 24 174 M - -
P/E ratio 2021 17,7x
Yield 2021 4,75%
Capitalization 160 B 160 B -
EV / Sales 2021 5,91x
EV / Sales 2022 5,73x
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Jacek Olczak Chief Executive Officer & Director
Emmanuel Andre Marie Babeau Chief Financial Officer
AndrÚ Calantzopoulos Executive Chairman
Patrick Brunel Chief Information Officer & Senior Vice President
Bertrand Bonvin Senior Vice President-Research & Development