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How to demonstrate Respect in the Workplace

How to demonstrate Respect in the Workplace

      How to demonstrate Respect in the Workplace


Respect is a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.You believe that the person is worthy of your admiration because of the good qualities they bring and enlighten then workplace.


After feeling the respect , you act out in ways that show you are aware of your colleagues as people who deserve respect. 

You can show respect by doing small and simple acts.


- Treat people with kindness. Remember to never be mean to anyone. It might hurt their feelings and destory your reputation of being a respected person, and probably after the mean act that you've done, they wont appreciate the respect you give them anymore or probably they will not pay heed to you anymore.


- Listen to what others have to say before expressing your viewpoint. Sometimes cutting off people when they are talking might lead to miscommunications and also the person might belive that his/her words are not important to you anymore.


- Always appreciate other people's advice and ideas. If they do give you ideas, learn to thank them for the same and appreciate them for they have taken the time to think for you

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-Do not constantly criticize over little things, rathar try to appreciate the small things. Looking at the small light rathar than the huge darkness that surrounds it  might add a bit of postivity to any person's life.


- Body language and the tone of your voice is what matters the most. It usually displays your personality. 


- Treat everyone equal, no matter of their caste, religion, race, financial status etc.


- Include everone in meetings or discussions.. While not every person can participate in every activity do not leave any person out. Provide an equal opportunity for employees to participate in committees, task forces, or continuous improvement teams. 


- Praise much more frequently than you criticize. Encourage praise and recognition from employee to employee as well as from the supervisor.


As the two famous sayings go for all i.e , "treat others as they wish to be treated" and "give respect and take respect"

 

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2 years ago

By Anisha

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Some good points made. I would add: Never gossip about others at work - it destroys people\'s confidence that you can be trusted Bryan www.abctrainingsolutions.biz - course materials in interpersonal and managerial skills

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