Mar 16, 2020 - 06:20 PM
Ask your boss if they are willing to meet with you for 30 minutes, once a week. You can call it a one-on-one meeting. This will give you a chance to review what you're working on and to be sure you're on the right track. If you don't proactively ask for a weekly meeting, many bosses won't ask you to have one. But, if you ask, they will typically agree. You may also want to seek out a mentor on your team who can help you when you struggle.
In addition to these things, be sure you're keeping a daily calendar of your scheduled meetings and any due dates that are coming up. You should also keep a to-do list of items you're working on. You may also want to get a paper calendar that you can jot notes on. These are sold in office supply stores, and you can find one with both monthly and weekly calendars. They can help you to keep up with your tasks.
Also, begin to build in a process to double-check your work. Plan to complete your work a few days ahead of time, so you will have time to review everything before it is due. It takes time, but if you work on it, you will be able to avoid overlooking important details.