When interacting with your new supervisor and colleagues, make sure that you're as courteous as possible. In addition, try to express gratitude whenever your colleagues offer their help or any feedback about your work. By maintaining graciousness and using polite language, like saying "please" and "thank you," when speaking with your coworkers, you can establish a standard of respect.
8. Work actively toward cultural alignment
Adopting your new organization's culture can help you succeed in your position. Try to work actively toward cultural alignment by listening carefully, making keen observations and gaining an understanding of the core values that underpin your organization's work. Making a genuine effort toward alignment can help you develop a sense of belonging and security early in your role.
9. Keep a positive outlook
You may encounter a few obstacles or feel overwhelmed as you acclimate to your new job. While you may feel the impulse to give in to those emotions, try to instead maintain a positive mindset as you experience challenges so you can focus on making progress. As you gain confidence in your role, you may be able to overcome such impediments more efficiently.