Business Management, ERP
  Home Business Books Career Tips ERP Books Internet Business ERP Self Help Articles
Review Section
Dynamics AX
Dynamics CRM
Dynamics GP
Dynamics NAV
Dynamics SL
Sage MAS 90
SAP Business One
Management Section
What is Six Sigma?
Six Sigma Methodology
Lean Six Sigma
Process of Six Sigma
Six Sigma Benefits
Quality Improvement
Implementing JIT
On The Job Training
Training Guidelines
Effective Communication
Global Communication
Improve Interpersonal Skills
Leadership Qualities
Leadership Activities
Charismatic Leadership
Leadership Failure
Leadership Traits
Maslow Hierarchy
Entrepreneur Management
Office Time Management
Time Management Tips
Boston (BCG) Matrix
Product Life Cycle
Problem Solving Tips
Negotiation Tips
Risk Management
Strategic Planning
Change Management
Workplace Strategy
E-Commerce Importance
Risk Analysis
Career Section
Resume Writing
Resume Cover Letter
Job Interview Questions
Become Web Designer
Start Doing Freelance Work
Self Employment Ideas
Become an Entrepreneur
Start an eBay Affiliate
Work as a Freelance Writer
Become a Webmaster
Feng Shui Section
What Is Feng Shui
Feng Shui Tips
For Wealth
For Office
For Prosperity
For Career
Business Growth
Colors and Directions
For Good Luck
Office Interiors
Office Desk
Office Website
For Job
Home Office

How to Improve Your Interpersonal Skills?

SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend

Do not lessen the importance of interpersonal skills at the workplace. You will have to stay in touch with the people around you to make your professional life exceptional. There are various points, which must be noted to improve the interpersonal skills and be closer to the co-workers. Given below are the points, which would no doubt help you to improve your social skills.

1. Smile: Some people want to be in the company of people, who are down in the dumps. Make a friendly relationship with the co-workers. Positive and cheerful attitude must be maintained towards job and life. Often smile and the positive energy radiated by you will draw others to you.

2. Be Appreciative: Always be generous and use words of encouragement. Be respectable. Make your co-workers feel welcomed when they stop by the office or when they call you. Thank the person who helped you.

3. Pay Attention To Others: Make a note of what is happening in others' lives. Acknowledge their happy times and express concern and sympathy in sad situations such as illness or death. Address people by their first names and make an eye contact.

4. Practice Active Listening: It means stating in your own words what the other person intends to say. It is also the demonstration of willingness to hear and understand the person's point of view. Obviously your office mates would appreciate acknowledging that you really listen what they say.

5. Bring People Together: Make such an atmosphere that people around you are encouraged to work. Keep in mind, no partiality should be done. Follow the requests and suggestions made. When any announcements or statements are made, make sure they are in the favor of the company.

6. Resolve Conflicts: Have the power to resolve conflicts whenever they arise or in whatever situation they take place. Make efforts to be an effective leader. If the co-workers disagree on certain issue try to solve it in the presence of both the parties with a cool mind. By playing the role of a leader in this way, you will earn respect and admiration from those working around you.

7. Communicate Clearly: A clear and effective communication avoids misunderstandings with co-workers, colleagues and associates. Make sure what you say and how you say is correct. If you tend to reveal anything that comes to mind, people should welcome those opinions of yours with a warm heart.

8. Humor them: Don't be afraid of being clever and funny. Most of the people want to be in the company of people who have the tactics of making others laugh. Sense of humor could definitely be the effective tool to reduce the barriers and gain people's affection.

9. See It From Their Side: Try to observe the situations and replies from others' side. At times people fail to empathize with others and are engulfed within their own domain. Empathize and put yourself in the others' shoes and look at their point of view.

 Read Related Articles

How to Get Recognized for Your Work
How to Manage Multiple Projects
How to Negotiate Your Salary?
Tips to Negotiate Your Salary with Employer

SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend
Subscribe to my feed
Join our Newsletter for FREE Entrepreneur Tips!
Enter your email address:

ERP Category


Features and Functions  
Software Selection  
Vendor Selection  
For SME  
For Manufacturing  
Low Cost Software  
Implementation Strategy  
Implementation Obstacles  
Web Based ERP  
Lean Manufacturing  
Failures and Prevention  
Implementation Best Practices  
Implementation Planning  
Implementation Risk Factors  
Effects on SME  
SAP B1  
Microsoft Navision  
Infor Syteline  
SAP R/3 Architecture  
Future of ERP  
SAP B1 in India  
Myths and Facts  
Process Manufacturing  
CRM Trends  
Best CRM Practices  
CRM for FMCG  
What is SCM  
For Construction Firm  
For Garment Firm  
Internet Business

Home Business Ideas  
Make Money with Clickbank  
Niche Marketing  
Affiliate Marketing  
Work At Home  
Health Care Opportunities  
Entrepreneur Moms  
Twitter Marketing  
Web Based Opportunities  
Teen Entrepreneur  
  Home Business Books Career Tips ERP Books Internet Business ERP Self Help Articles
Business Communication Entrepreneur Ideas Self Employment Accounting Software
ERP Companies ERP Consultant ERP Job Training Software-as-a-service
SAP Courses Small Business Ideas GAP Analysis Sitemap XML (1, 2)

Copyright © All Rights Reserved.