Building Positive Relationships with Colleagues
It is very important to build positive relationship at work. It lets you reduce stress in your office. It also plays an important role in your career success. Relationships can create a positive or negative impact on your job and your aptitude to progress and achieve recognition for your accomplishment. When you focus on building positive relationships with your colleagues and seniors in the office, you feel more comfortable with your interactions, you don't feel demoralized by others and you also start feel a closer connection to those with whom you spend most of your valuable time at work.
However, this task is not easy for most people. They think that developing healthy relationships, especially at work, is not easy. This is due to the competition and other challenges one faces at work. Unfortunately most people do not make efforts towards developing positive relationships with their colleagues. They assume that the task is impossible. Do not believe this. Remember that it is very easy to have healthy relationships with people at work, irrespective of the kind of personality you have.
Mentioned below are some tips to help you build positive workplace relationships.
You can easily apply these tips to various interactions with your team members, senior management, boss, vendors, project managers, customers, clients, administrators and direct reports.
Building positive relationships with your colleagues provides excellent opportunities to help you get your job done more efficiently. Not only will you benefit in your workflow but you'll get greater satisfaction out of your relationships at work... and so will those around you.
WANT TO USE THIS ARTICLE IN YOUR EZINE OR WEB SITE? You can, as long as you include this complete blurb with it:
Gary also wrote "The Orange Popsicle - Six Influential Lessons that will Inspire You to Change Your Life" and "The Power of RE - Recreate Your Life from the Inside-Out".
Looking to read more from Gary? Don't hesitate to stop by and sign up for his free bi-weekly ezine today."