Relating to people at the workplace can be tricky. The following recommendations should help to avert problems. You can immediately alter the dynamics of your workforce circumstances by doing the following.
Be thoughtful of others and practice basic business manners.
Maintain self-control when unexpectedly encountering the wrath of an angry co-worker.
Conceal frustration and don’t give in to transient emotions.
Ask permission from others before just assuming or taking liberties.
Rethink what could be interpreted by others as a strictly self-directed focus.
Come into work rested and refreshed instead of exhausted and irritable.
Don’t demand the completion of a task during the last hour of the workday.
Don’t exaggerate or distort the truth, or make excuses for uncompleted tasks.
Don’t brag about personal successes or acquisitions.
Listen to the feelings of others without judging them.
Be more aware of the signals being communicated through nonverbal gestures.
Use encouraging phrases to show support to peers.
Discard old prejudgments and beliefs about peers and begin to see them in a whole new light.