By: Team NewsdayExpress | Posted: 26 Oct, 2021
While working in the office, we often get to hear the answer of how are I okay. We ask our co-workers about the same way and we get to hear the same answer. After hearing the answer, we all get busy in our work. The reality is that in doing so we miss an opportunity. Opportunity to create an environment where people mingle with honesty and truthfulness. This is because employees work better when they interact with each other honestly. If you want to win the trust of your co-workers, then there are some things to keep in mind which are very minor but we do not take care of them.
Let’s take a look at those things through which you can win the trust of your co-workers and also become reliable…
give me a chance
If someone asks you how you are doing and you are not well, the only thing that can be said is that today is not my best day. In this way, if you share your point, you are saved from over-sharing. Keep in mind that you do not have to interfere in the privacy of the other person. Refrain from giving advice unless asked for. If someone doesn’t want to talk, allow them to do so.
Ask anything other than conversation
If someone at the workplace says that he is fine, then tell him that you are fine, but whenever you are not well, he will definitely tell that you are not well. Don’t forget that I am always here to talk to you. Or you can stop for a while and ask that I remembered your wife was ill, how is she now. This way the office worker will feel that you really listen to them carefully.
Ask not once, twice
After reaching the office, when you ask someone how are you and he is fine in answer, then repeat your question once again. Say I know you just said you are fine but are you really okay. Then try to guess how long it takes the other person to respond to you and how comfortable they feel or whether they try to avoid answering.
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