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If you’re bored at work, you need to get a little self-reflective to understand why. Are you consistently feeling irritable and unproductive? Or is it a particular project that’s got you feeling the boredom itch? Are you just feeling frustrated at work or in other facets of your life as well?
Diagnose the feeling and try to point to what’s triggering it. Write it all down and consider chatting to a colleague, manager, mentor or friend if you need a bit of perspective from someone else.
One school of thought pits boredom as a good thing. Hard to believe right? The idea is that boredom becomes a catalyst for change by indicating when you need an extra push to set new goals and pursue a different kind of project/ career path.
If your boredom isn’t a passing fad and you know it’s job-linked, then chat to your line manager or CEO. Identify why you’re feeling bored and be honest about these reasons; but frame them less as complaints and more as an opportunity to ask for new challenges and a clearly defined growth plan. Remember, you have to put your hand up for more responsibility. Chat about whether you could move into a management role, for example, and whether there’s a project management or online management course you could do to accrue the skills you’ll need.
The last resort is to look for a new job. If you’ve exhausted your options, chatted to team leads and still don’t feel satisfied that you’ll find fulfillment, then perhaps start putting out feelers to see what other opportunities are out there.
Perhaps the biggest antidote to boredom is to take back control. See how the Stellenbosch Graduate Institute can provide ongoing online learning opportunities to help you tackle the new challenges you set yourself.